Electromet’s new EZ Cool Fan Tray is our rugged and powerful cooling solution for defense electronics and communications equipment. At 3U (5.25″) in height, it is compact and lightweight and can be installed in any standard 19″ […]
Electromet Expands Support for the U.S. Navy Ship Self-Defense System (SSDS) and Common Processing System (CPS) Program
Electromet Provides Rugged, Shock-Resistant Electronic Cabinets That Contain and Protect Vital SSDS Electronics
The Ship Self-Defense System (SSDS) is a combat system that integrates sensors and weapons to provide an automated quick […]
CANES (Consolidated Afloat Network and Enterprise Services) is an ongoing Navy program to consolidate and modernize surface ship, submarine and shore-based command, control, communications, computers and intelligence (C4I) network systems to increase capability and affordability across the […]
This video was developed by Electromet customer GTS, to demonstrate the features and capabilities of our rugged and reliable electronic enclosures.
Unavoidable shocks and vibrations from combat and the environment take a toll on naval computer equipment. To help eliminate frequent repurchasing and installation of […]
In January 2018, Electromet began deliveries of a new electronics cabinet to L3 Technologies. This cabinet provides solid-state power conversion that is part of a mobile Starter Cart for F-35 aircraft deployed afloat.
Cabinet construction mirrors similar cabinets used on board […]
Electromet Supports UTC Aerospace Systems on the Integrated Low Pressure Electrolyzer (ILPE) Program
The Integrated Low Pressure Electrolyzer (ILPE) is a self-contained electro-chemical oxygen generation plant for submarine life support service. It is produced by UTC Aerospace Systems (formerly Hamilton Sundstrand). The ILPE produces low pressure oxygen for submarines and requires no high pressure storage. It operates automatically enabling unattended operation. There is […]
The AN/TPY-2 Radar is a cornerstone of the U.S. ballistic missile defense network. It is designed to detect hostile ballistic missiles in the boost (accent) phase of flight and to acquire and track ballistic missiles in the terminal (descent) phase […]
In addition to Electromet’s extremely robust, ruggedized shipboard electronic cabinet designs, Electromet also offers a family of modular, affordable, light-weight, non-ruggedized, shore-based electronic cabinets.
Electromet recently provided SAIC with a suite of these modular cabinets for the TACAMO program, the U.S. military […]
Electromet Supports Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) on the U.S. Navy/USCG’s OL-802/U MK-169 Gun Computer System
NAVSEA and Electromet Corporation collaborated on a unique enclosure designed to support a joint U.S. Navy and USCG combat systems program, the MK-169 Gun Computer System. This enclosure utilizes an Electromet proprietary hard-mounted outer structure that encapsulates an internally isolated inner structure, providing protection against shock, vibration and radio-frequency (RF) […]
Electromet Supports Lockheed Martin on the U.S. Navy’s Enhanced Capability-Mission Critical Enclosure (EC-MCE) Program
Mission Critical Enclosures (MCE’s) are deployed aboard AEGIS ships for both the U.S. Navy and several allied Navies. These enclosures house the Combat System Computing Environment (CSCE). The electronics within these cabinets is made up of Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) computing equipment and allows COTS components to utilize unique military power. The […]