Orbit Electronics Group announces a new website for Integrated Combat Systems, Inc. Gives information on VME-VPX products, cable-wire harnesses, and system integration.

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http://www.ics-gsg.com is now a more valuable resource for design engineers and system manufacturers.

Detailed datasheets can be instantly downloaded.

It was apparent that the Orbit Electronics Group has something special to offer to anyone designing and manufacturing today’s cutting-edge electronic systems.

Integrated Combat Systems, (ICS), part of the Orbit Electronics Group, (OEG), recently launched a new website as part of its plan to expand its business in all military and civilian markets that require high-quality VME and VPX products, cable and wire harnesses, and every level of systems integration.

According to Ken Ice, President of both ICS and OEG, “When we considered Orbit’s extensive background in so many aspects of military, industrial and commercial electronics, and matched it with the world’s increasing reliance on VME and VPX technology, it was apparent that the Orbit Electronics Group has something special to offer to anyone designing and manufacturing today’s cutting-edge electronic systems.”

“Orbit International selected its subsidiary, Integrated Combat Systems, to be at the point of the company’s advancement of VME and VPX technologies, in part because of the extensive experience ICS has with the design, integration and implementation of naval gun control systems for the US Navy, and also because it has long been a leader in designing and building many kinds of military and industrial electromechanical assemblies.”

The website, http://www.ics-gsg.com offer insight into over 135 standard and custom-designed VME-VPX products that are among the most advanced such components available today. These include Backplanes, System Health Monitors, Air Transport Racks, Rear Transition Modules, Ethernet Switches, and the industry-leading Behlman VPXtra™ and VME Power Supplies. All are easily sorted via this website’s advanced database, searchable by Product Type, Product Sub-type, Rack Units, Number of Slots, Form, and Connectors.

In addition to providing thumbnail images, large images, and technical details for each VME and VPX product, complete data sheets can be instantly downloaded.

Orbit System Health Monitors, in particular, are breaking new ground with such advanced features as a unique, proprietary, feature-rich Graphical User Interface (GUI) that enables system designers to quickly and easily establish a broad range of operating parameters.

Also discussed at http://www.ics-gsg.com are ICS custom cable and harness assemblies for military and industrial applications, including those needed for even the most critical Military Control and Signal; Custom Data; Networks; Enclosure Harnesses; Multi-input and Multi-output; Value-added Testing and Analysis, and other complex applications.

The Systems Integration section of this web site lists examples of the Company’s long history with electronic and electromechanical system integration. Included are more than three dozen categories in which Integrated Combat System’s achievements can ensure greater reliability, maintainability, safety, survivability and enhanced human factors, in order to help assure the success of your missions. Integrated Combat Systems (ICS), is part of the Orbit Electronics Group, along with Orbit Instrument, and Tulip Development Laboratory. All three companies are divisions or subsidiaries of Orbit International. They work closely with Behlman Electronics, of the Orbit Power Group, the designer and manufacturer of the record-setting VPXtra™ and VME power supplies.

Orbit International Corp., based in Hauppauge, New York, is involved in the manufacture of customized electronic components and subsystems for military and nonmilitary government applications.

For more information contact Integrated Combat Systems (ICS), 401 Industry Road, Suite 600, Louisville, KY 40208, USA; TEL: 1- 866-319-8085; info @orbitintl.com, or visit http://www.ics-gsg.com.

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