Fuses offer UL-Listed choices for lower amp applications.

Fuses offer UL-Listed choices for lower amp applications.

Suited for branch circuit protection, UL-listed Amp-Trap 2000® A4BQ 100-600 A Fuses are designed for applications requiring Class L fuse dimensions with ratings under 601 A. Solutions deliver Class J fuse performance, comply with OSHA regulations and NEC standards, and help reduce magnitude and duration of faults for better arc flash mitigation. Fuses ensure flexibility on new construction...

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Training Programs

BVR Systems Awarded a Naval Tactical Trainer Contract

ROSH HA'AYIN, Israel, January 22/ -- BVR Systems (1998) Ltd. (OTC Bulletin Board: BVRSF), announced today the award of a US $3.2 million contract to supply its Naval Tactical Trainer (NTT) system to an international customer. The NTT is the jewel in the crown of naval trainers, designed to facilitate advanced networked training in all naval warfare spheres. Located in a single facility, the NTT...

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The Power of Three - Work Starts on Carrier Variant of F-35 Lightning II

F-35 Carrier Variant Concept Demonstrator aircraft SAMLESBURY, England - BAE Systems has started manufacture of the F-35 Lightning II Carrier Variant (CV). The CV aircraft is the final F-35 variant to start production and means that all three variants of the world's most advanced fighter aircraft are now being produced concurrently by BAE Systems. The initial manufacturing on the CV variant is of...

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Stacked Laser Arrays meet military standards.

Offered in standard wavelength of 808 nm with power levels up to 900 W, Hermes QCW Laser Arrays degrade by less than 5% over 2 x 108 shots, making them suited for rangefinding, target designation, and pumping. Units are based on Quantum Well Intermixing process, which increases quantum well band-gap of semiconductor laser in controlled manner. Available as vertically or horizontally stacked...

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Military Equipment

BAE Systems Receives U.S. Army Contract for M326 120-mm Mortar Stowage System

10 Oct 2007 MINNEAPOLIS - BAE Systems has received a $13.9 million contract from the U.S. Army to procure 588 of the M326 120mm Mortar Stowage Systems. The contract calls for BAE Systems to begin low-rate initial production (LRIP) immediately and deliver the first 52 M326 systems to the Army by October 2008. Time is critical when our light maneuver forces are in combat, and the Mortar Stowage...

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Imaging Equipment

BAE Systems to Supply Thermal Sights for U.S. Army Weapon Program

23 Oct 2007 | Ref. 333/2007 LEXINGTON, Massachusetts - BAE Systems has received a $15 million contract to provide thermal imaging sights for the U.S. Army's Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station II (CROWS) program. Under the five-year contract, which has a potential value of up to $200 million, BAE Systems will manufacture and deliver up to 6,500 TIM1500 thermal sights to Kongsberg Defence and...

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Controls and Controllers

BAE Systems to Upgrade Situational Awareness on A-10A Aircraft

JOHNSON CITY, New York - The Air National Guard and Air Force Reserves have selected BAE Systems to upgrade the A-10A Thunderbolt II for increased situational awareness and targeting control. During 2008, BAE Systems will modify more than 100 Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve A-10A aircraft stationed around the country. The upgrade will improve pilot awareness of the position of friendly...

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Miller Offers Rebates on Select Millermatic® MIG Welders/Spoolmate® Spool Gun Purchases

o Offer runs from January 15 through April 15, 2008 APPLETON, Wis., January 15, 2008-Miller Electric Mfg. Co. is offering rebates of up to $150 to customers who purchase select Millermatic® all-in-one MIG welders and Spoolmate® spool guns between January 15 and April 15, 2008. The promotion is designed to call attention to new, affordable aluminum welding solutions, such as the Miller...

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Communication Systems

BAE Systems Awarded $709.4 Million Contract to Reset Bradley Fighting Vehicles

YORK, Pennsylvania - BAE Systems has been awarded a contract modification totalling $709.4 million from the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command for the reset of Bradley Fighting Vehicles and associated components. This modification is the largest national level reset award for Bradley Combat Systems to date. When combined with an earlier award of $234 million for long lead materials and...

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BAE Systems Awarded Vertical Launching System Contract for DDG 1000 Destroyers Potentially Worth $64 Million

MINNEAPOLIS - BAE Systems was awarded an $8 million contract - which has the potential to increase up to $64 million - from Raytheon Company for the first two shipsets of MK57 Vertical Launching System (VLS) for the U.S. Navy's DDG 1000 Zumwalt class of destroyers. The contract covers the continuation of design, integration, requirements verification, and the initial purchase of materials for the...

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