Aerospace & Defence
Higher rating achieved on military RF inductors
Gowanda Electronics has announced achievement of failure rate Level R on two more of its MIL-PRF-39010 RF inductor series, ER15M and ER18M, adding to the company’s series already approved to Level R, ER10M and ER17S. These four thru-hole series meet the military’s Qualified Product List (QPL) requirements for Established Reliability (ER) and address 10 different MIL-PRF-39010 slash numbers (/01 through /10).
Circular connector is suitable for military vehicles
Weald Electronics has made a significant addition to its LMG range of circular connectors with a 37 way model designed for use in military vehicle and fighting ship applications. According to Weald, these new high density variants are suitable for use in communications systems.
Night vision goggles will let pilots see 24 hours a day
Successful trials will lead the way to a fully integrated digital night vision helmet replacing the need for traditional analogue night vision goggles. Developed and tested by BAE Systems, Striker II is a fully digital solution that provides today’s combat pilot with exceptional night vision and target tracking technology. The company has begun evaluating the digital night vision capability through a series of night flight trials from its M...