Roxanne Sedlak, Elyria site Value Stream Manager, and Cheryl Giardini, HR Manager, participated in a panel discussion coordinated by the Lorain County Growth Partnership (LCGP), at Lorain High School, to discuss Manufacturing at Crane. The purpose of the panel discussion was to to discuss manufacturing opportunities with students who were enrolled in skilled trades, pre-engineering, or manufacturing technology programs at Lorain High.
Crane has received a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for the SmartStem® Wireless Tire Pressure System for Cessna Citation business jets. The Citation models covered under the new STC include the 550, S550, 560, 560XL, 560XLS, 560XLS+, 650, and 750.
Christopher Royle, Human Resources Manager, Lynnwood, represented Crane at a Scholar-Donor Recognition Lunch at the University of Washington. Royle also met the two students who received scholarships from the University of Washington Foundation/College of Engineering/Minority Scholars Engineering Program. The scholarships were made possible by the Crane Fund for Widows and Children.
On October 29, the Crane Landing Systems Solutions in Burbank, Calif. held a celebration in honor of shipping our 50,000 Boeing 737 antiskid valve.The antiskid valve is installed on all current versions of the Boeing 737. This component is an integral part of the antiskid system Crane produces for Boeing.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics’ Power Conditioning Module Selected for Flight Control Electronics on COMAC C919
Crane Aerospace & Electronics, Power Solutions, will be supplying ELDEC® Power Conditioning Modules (PCM) to provide flight critical and reliable power management and conversion for the Honeywell Flight Control Electronics FCE) supplied to COMAC.
AVIAGE SYSTEMS Selects Crane Power Conditioning Module for Integrated Modular Avionics on COMAC C919
Crane Aerospace & Electronics, Power Solutions, will be supplying ELDEC® Power Conditioning Modules (PCM) to provide flight critical and reliable power management and conversion for the AVIAGE SYSTEMS Cabinet Computing Resource (CCR) supplied to COMAC. The CCR will be utilized on the COMAC C919 family of narrow body aircraft. Crane’s PCM selects, conditions and applies the proper power source to the CCR.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics introduces its Interpoint® MFK Series 25 watt dc-dc converter at electronica 2014 in Munich, Germany. The MFK Series packs up to 25 watts in a 0.6 cubic inch case with up to 87% efficiency. It accepts a wide input range of 16 to 50 volts and provides single and dual outputs ranging from 1.8 to 28 volts. Magnetic feedback and operation over -55°C to +125°C ensures reliable performance.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics introduces its Interpoint® MFX Series 50 watt dc-dc converter. The newly designed MFX Series provides up to 50 watts in a 0.92 cubic inch case with efficiency over 90%.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics introduces its Interpoint® MWR Series triple 35 watt dc-dc converter. The MWR Series offers up to 35 watts in a 1 cubic inch case with up to 85% efficiency. It accepts a wide input range of 14-50 volts and up to 80 volts transient for up to one second.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics announces a series of enhancements to its popular Interpoint® MTR Series of 30 watt, high reliability dc-dc converters. The MTR 50 provides up to 30 watts in single or dual outputs, a wide input range of 16-50 volts and withstands transients up to 80 volts.