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11202 N 24th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85029
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Spirit Electronics acquires Insight Analytical Labs, gains device analysis capability - News

July 14, 2023

PHOENIX, Ariz. Spirit Electronics announced its acquisition of Insight Analytical Labs (Colorado Springs, Colorado); Insight Analytical Labs' team, operations, and assets will become part of Spirit Electronics.


Spirit Electronics Honored by Northrop Grumman for Strategic Excellence - Press Release

March 22, 2023

PHOENIX, Arizona. Spirit Electronics was recognized as a top Northrop Grumman Corporation supplier for 2022 with their Strategic Excellence Award, earning the honor for providing electronic components and value-added services that support unique and critical business needs for Northrop Grumman and its customers with outstanding service, Spirit Electronics announced in a statement.


Spirit Electronics wins Lockheed Martin Space Outstanding Small Business for 2022 - Press Release

October 18, 2022

PHOENIX, Ariz. Spirit Electronics announces its selection as an Outstanding Small Business for Lockheed Martin’s Space division for 2022. 


Spirit Electronics Adds MIL-STD-883 Test Services with DLA Commercial Lab Suitability - Press Release

March 23, 2022

Spirit Electronics, a value-added microelectronics distributor, today announced the achievement of DLA Commercial Lab Suitability for MIL-STD-883. Spirit’s qualified test methods include external visual inspection, temperature cycling, HAST (biased and unbiased), stabilization bake and scanning acoustic microscopy.


Semiconductor supply-chain challenges - Story

September 13, 2021

Military suppliers, being essential businesses, weathered the pandemic and economic shutdowns admirably thanks to strong defense funding. Yet even this stalwart industry is feeling the ill effects of the global chip shortage and the consequences of its reliance on offshore semiconductor manufacturing. The U.S. government is committed to returning chip production to the States, but whether that move will be enough and in time to save the industry is yet to be determined.


Counterfeit components: Risky business - Story

September 11, 2020

By Marti McCurdy

The challenge of microelectronics counterfeit prevention is to detect fake OEM parts, but what if the part is an actual OEM’s part and yet still counterfeit? Not only is it possible, it’s common. The most counterfeited product in the global microelectronics market is not always a fake. Very often it is a true OEM original but has been altered and is not suitable for the full requirements of system performance and use in a critical military system.