REDMOND, Wash., 26 May 2016. Interpoint MFK Series DC-DC converters from Crane Aerospace & Electronics in Redmond, Washington, are now designated Class H per Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) performance specifications. Class H is a standard military quality level of MIL-PRF-38534.
“Many of our customers require Class H DC-DC converters,” explains Bob Myers, Senior Director of Modular Power. “This assures them that the converters are guaranteed to meet the requirements of MIL-PRF 38534 and MIL-STD-883.” Crane offers MFK Class H DC-DC converters with two SMD numbers – SMD 5962-14210 for MFK singles and SMD 5962-14211 for MFK duals.
Designed for reliable performance, the MFK Series converters feature fully isolated magnetic feedback, inhibit and synchronization functions, and operation over the full temperature range of -55oC to 125oC. They are available in flanged or non-flanged hermetically sealed cases with 11 different output voltages.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics is a provider of high-quality, rugged power products with nearly 60 years of experience in power conversion, management, monitoring, and energy storage. Crane offers a full line of off-the-shelf and custom power solutions for the commercial aerospace, defense, and space markets. Crane Aerospace & Electronics delivers proven systems, reliable components, and flexible power solutions that excel in tough environments, from engines and landing gear to satellites, missiles, and electronic countermeasure devices, officials say. Products and services are organized into six integrated solutions for aerospace and defense applications, including Sensing Components & Systems, Fluid Management, Power Components & Subsystems, Landing Gear Systems, Cabin Systems, and Microwave Components & Integrated Systems.
Crane Co. (NYSE:CR) is a diversified manufacturer of highly engineered industrial products. Founded in 1855, Crane employs more than 11,000 people at over 150 locations in 26 countries.
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