The Econco Division of Communications & Power Industries LLC (CPI) has won a $9.7 million contract for the production of new power grid devices to support the US Navy's Aegis radar systems.
The two-year contract was awarded by the US Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime, the company announced Monday.
CPI Econco Division had previously provided rebuilt power grid devices for Aegis radar systems. Further, CPI Econco Division manufactures rebuilt power grid devices for the radar, communications, medical and industrial markets. Its product portfolio also includes rebuilt magnetrons, klystrons, traveling wave tubes (TWTs) and inductive output tubes (IOTs).
Recently, CPI Econco Division has expanded its production capabilities to include the manufacturing of new continuous-wave magnetrons at power levels ranging from 30 kW to 75 kW and high-power magnetrons at power levels ranging from 100 kW to 125 kW for use in industrial applications.
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