|Eon Instrumentation, Inc. Reports Record Performance Results for 2016|
Volume 4 Quarter 1 | March 2017
Eon Instrumentation is pleased to announce record Performance Results for FY 2016 (January through December) versus the same period FY 2015:
Revenues – Up 40%
Backlog – Up 100%
Product Introduction – Five new products developed and delivered – one video splitter, one converter, one interference blanker unit, and two rugged power supplies.
Additional Staff - Four new employees added. East Coast business development office established.
New Facility and Upgrades – Rugged Power Supply facility opened in Oceanside, CA. Additional engineering test, production, environmental screening equipment installed in Van Nuys and Oceanside.
Eon would like to thank all of our customers for helping us grow and looks forward to even more success in 2017.
Eon Products for Aerospace |
Analog/Digital Video Subsystems
Interference Blanker Units
Rugged Power Supplies
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Standing: Jeff Norsen, Chief Technical Officer; Greg Ford, Exec VP/General Counsel; Greg Elliott, Chief Engineer
Seated: Dr. Jim Winchester, President/CEO
|EON Instrumentation’s Bi-Directional USB to Ethernet Conversion Unit|
Volume 3 Quarter 4 | December 2016
Eon Instrumentation continues to expand its video scaling and conversion product lines with the unveiling of the all-new USB to Ethernet conversion unit, the ADV-301-USBE. This unit was developed to interface with USB connectors found on tablet or notebook computers and Ethernet switches. It can handle 1G Ethernet speeds as well as USB2.0/3.0 and has bi-directional conversion capabilities. This unit is powered by a 28VDC input and also has a +5VDC auxiliary output to charge the computer appliance. A minimal and compact package along with MIL-STD D38999 style connectors, make this unit perfect for Avionic and Ground applications. The ADV-301-USBE is fully qualified to MIL-STD 704, 461, and 810 as well as DO-160. This unit is a showcase of the strength of Eon Instrumentation, where products are custom-built to meet the needs of the customer.
The ADV-301-USBE is a custom-made video conversion unit that also supplies a +5V output
Press Releases – 2016 Recap
- Eon opened Rugged Power Supplies Division in Oceanside, California headed by Lead Engineer/GM Jim Crocker.
- Charles (Steve) Jungers, former senior executive of L-3 Communications, joined Eon as Business Development, East Coast.
- Dave Grundies, Capt. U.S. Navy, Ret. joined Eon as Business Development, West Coast.
- Eon hosted a reception at Sea Air Space conference in National Harbor, MD with over 80 customer representatives.
- Lockheed Martin, L-3 Communications, General Atomics, and General Dynamics placed major orders with Eon
- Airbus Group ordered multiple analog and digital video amplifiers
- Boeing ordered Eon's new state of the art HD-SDI video monitor and video amplifier.
- US Navy ordered an additional increment of LRIP Pre-Trigger Converter and Blanker units
US Air Force ordered video amplifiers for a flight test application.
DLA and NAVSUPP ordered power supplies and power supply repairs.
NASA ordered video amplifiers and rugged power supplies for airborne application.
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|EON Instrumentation’s New Rugged Power Supplies|
Volume 3 Quarter 3 | September 2016
Eon Instrumentation continues to grow its power supply product line with the expansion of the Rugged Power Supply Division located in Oceanside, California. Eon’s new Video Converter/Splitter, model ADV-301-HDMI, includes a dual-redundant, 28VDC input, variable output power supply with 200ms holdup capability that provides stability during power bus switchovers and line change transients. Eon’s latest standalone power supply, model M-139-6, is designed for 28VDC 50W output from high inrush input that is subject to extreme noise and 200ms holdup capability.
The engineering staffs at Oceanside and Van Nuys have developed a line of board level rugged power supplies for insertion into a variety of LRUs. These boards produce low power (10W or less single output), medium power (up to 200W multi output), and higher power (over 200W multi-output). Several include complex hold up and power sequencing. All are qualified to MIL-STD 704, 461, and 810 as well as DO-160.
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Press Releases – Q3 2016
- Eon will host its Annual AUSA Convention Reception at the Marriott hotel from 4:00 to 7:00 on October 3. No RSVP is required, but please contact us on Twitter or email if you would like to attend.
- US Navy ordered an additional increment of LRIP Pre-trigger Converter and Blanker units.
- US Air Force ordered Video Amplifiers for a flight test application.
- DLA ordered power supplies as well as power supply repairs.
- General Atomics ordered additional Video Amplifiers.
- NASA ordered Video Amplifiers as well as Rugged Power Supplies for airborne application.
|EON Instrumentation’s New Video Conversion Amplifier/Splitters|
Volume 3 Quarter 2 | June 2016
Eon Instrumentation is proud to announce a new product line of Video Conversion units that include the ADV-301-VGA-2, ADV-301-VGA-3, ADV-301-VGA-4, and the ADV-301-HDMI. These units accept a wide range of input (VGA/PAL/RS-170/SDI) and amplify, split, and convert to any combination of outputs including HDMI output. These units are all fully customizable and can handle any desired input video format and convert to any output video format. Different connector options are available upon request. These video conversion products are ruggedized and designed to meet Environmental standards MIL-STD-810 and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) standards MIL-STD-461. Platforms on which Eon’s Video Conversion amplifier products are currently installed include the P-3, MH-60, SH-60, and C-130 platforms.
Video format inputs/outputs include:
· RS-170 · SDI · 3G HD-SDI · HDMI · VGA · PAL · NTSC · Others Upon Request
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|ADV-301-VGA-3 ||ADV-301-VGA-2 ||ADV-301-VGA-4 |
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Press Releases – Q2 2016
- Eon hosted a reception at the Sea Air Space 2016 conference in National Harbor, MD with over 80 customer dignitaries attending.
- Eon EVP Greg Ford and BD East Coast Associate Steve Jungers attended AUVSI New Orleans.
- Airbus Group placed a new order for video amplifiers.
- Boeing ordered Eon's new state of the art HD-SDI Video Monitor.
- AIDC ordered video amplifiers for the IDF aircraft.
- Blue Aerospace ordered Blanking Combiner units.
|Eon Instrumentation Opens Oceanside Rugged Power Supplies Division |
Headed by General Manager Roy Miller
Volume 3 Quarter 1 | March 2016
Eon Instrumentation is pleased to announce the opening of its Rugged Power Supplies Division in Oceanside, California headed by Mr. Roy Miller. Roy has over forty years experience in the design, engineering and manufacture of rugged power supplies for the military and industrial markets. Roy was Vice President-Engineering of Mission Power Solutions, Inc. in Oceanside, CA and has designed power supplies for major defense and aerospace companies, including Northrop Grumman, Raytheon and L-3 Communications.
The Oceanside facility supplements Eon’s Van Nuys facility, where Eon’s other product lines are designed and produced. These include Electronic Blanking Control Units; Analog and High Speed (3Ghz) Digital Video Amplifier Splitters and Converters; High Speed Digital Cameras, Monitors, and Recorders; Audio Distribution Amplifiers; and Hardware/Software Engineering Support Services
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Roy Miller, GM Oceanside Facility,
Dave Grundies, Business Development, West Coast
Rugged Power Supplies Division
3800 Oceanic Drive, Suite 112
Oceanside, CA 90256-5836
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- Eon Instrumentation is pleased to announce another power supplies contract in support of Turkish Aerospace Industries ANKA Unmanned Systems Project.
- Eon has retained David H. Grundies as Business Development West Coast. Dave served 26 years in the United States Navy and previously served as President/CEO of GET Engineering.
- Eon has retained Charles (Steve) Jungers as Business Development East Coast. Steve was formerly a senior executive with L-3 Communications and was involved in major programs in the defense sector.
- Eon Instrumentation's CTO Jeff Norsen, Exec VP Greg Ford, and Steve Jungers will attend AUSA Huntsville March 15-17 and visit with various customers.
- Eon Instrumentation's Exec VP Greg Ford and Oceanside GM Roy Miller will visit Turkey and Israel in April to meet with global customers Turkish Aerospace Industries and Elbit Systems.
|EON Instrumentation Continues Development of High Definition/3GHz SDI Digital Video Architecture|
Volume 2 Quarter 4 | December 2015
Since 1995 Eon Instrumentation has delivered thousands of military qualified analog video amplifier/splitter products for airborne, ship, and ground vehicle applications. The units process analog video between 10Hz – 30MHz. The units can be straightforward one input/multiple output, multiple input/multiple output, and switched matrix configurations with computer or mechanical switch control. Virtually any connector type is supported.
As video bandwidth and resolution requirements evolve the analog architectures are being replaced by high speed digital configurations.
Eon now offers all of its analog compact video amplifiers in digital models. The digital models provide drop-in replacement capabilities for their analog equivalents but process digital signals from 270MHz – 3GHz. The same form and footprint allow easy replacement and upgrade of the analog amplifiers. As an example, below are photos of the Analog ADV-301-22, ADV-301-23, and ADV-301-24 compared with their digital counterparts ADV-301-22D, ADV-301-23D, and ADV-301-24D showing same form and fit.
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Press Releases – Q4 2015
- Eon Instrumentation has completed the Critical Design Review (CDR) for the software upgrade contract in support of the U.S. Navy's Pre-trigger Converter and Blanker (PCAB) system.
- Eon Instrumentation is pleased to announce a new power supplies contract in support of Turkish Aerospace Industries ANKA Unmanned Systems Project.
- Eon Instrumentation received multiple orders for video amplifiers and audio amplifiers for C-130 platforms.
|EON Instrumentation Introduces High Definition/3Ghz SDI Digital Video Amplifiers as Part of Its Digital Video Architecture|
Volume 2 Quarter 3 | September 2015
Since 1995 Eon Instrumentation has delivered thousands of military qualified analog video amplifier/splitter products for airborne, ship, and ground vehicle applications. The units process analog video between 10hz – 30Mhz. The units can be straightforward one input/multiple output, multiple input/multiple output, and switched matrix configurations with computer or mechanical switch control. Virtually any connector type is supported.
As video bandwidth and resolution requirements evolve the analog architectures are being replaced by high speed digital configurations.
Eon is pleased to announce that it now offers all of its analog compact video amplifiers in digital models. The digital models provide a similar form and footprint as their analog equivalents but process digital signals from 270Mhz – 3Ghz. The same form and footprint allow easy replacement and upgrade of the analog amplifiers. As an example, below are photos of the VSA-103 (analog) and VSA-103D (digital) switched matrix showing same form and fit, and dual use of existing switches:
Press Releases – Q3 2015
Eon Instrumentation CEO Jim Winchester and EVP Greg Ford will attend the AUSA Annual Conference in Washington on October 12-13.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-849-7818 mobile
- Communications ordered customized video amplifiers for the Apache Helicopter program
- General Atomics ordered video amplifier/splitters for the Predator program
- Eon Instrumentation is pleased to announce a new software upgrade contract in support of the U.S. Navy's Pretrigger Converter and Blanker (PCAB) system
- Eon Instrumentation is pleased to announce a new power supplies contract in support of Turkish Aerospace Industries ANKA Unmanned Systems Project
- Eon Instrumentation is pleased to announce multiple orders for video amplifiers, audio amplifiers, and digital Ethernet switches for C-130 platforms.
Eon Instrumentation EVP Greg Ford will attend the ITC Annual Conference in Las Vegas on October 27.
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|EON Instrumentation’s HD-SDI / 3G-SDI Digital Monitor|
Volume 2 Quarter 2 | June 2015
- Sunlight Readable Display
- Up To 3Ghz Video Input
- 1920x1080 HD Resolution
- Pixel Density of 141PPI
- Pushbutton Menu Selection
- Optional Touch Screen
- Video Input BNC
- MilStd-810 Environmental Qual
High Stress Shock,Vib,Rain
- MilStd-901D Impact test
- MilStd-461EMI Qual
EMI Screen Shield
- 28VDC MilStd 704 Power
Eon Instrumentation has unveiled the all new HD-SDI/3G-SDI digital monitor as another component in its Digital Video Architecture. The HDM-101 compliments the digital video cameras, distribution amplifiers, and data recorders available from Eon Instrumentation. This high-definition monitor has a 1920x1080 resolution with a 60Hz refresh rate. Video Input is received via BNC connector located on the back of the monitor. Input power of +28VDC is received through a MIL-D38999 connector. The monitor uses a 15.6 inch sunlight readable Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) with vibrant colors and a pixel density of 141PPI. The display includes an EMI shield and optional touch screen. There are six push button controls adjacent to the power indicator LED which include: Power, Menu, Up, Down, Left, and Right. These controls allow for adjustment of brightness, contrast, sharpness, and color. Options are easily accommodated including higher levels of environmental and EMI testing, adjustment control configurations and display sizes (10.4”, 12.1”, 20.1”).
Eon Instrumentation Press Releases – Q2 2015
- Eon showcases products at Navy League’s Sea-Air Space exposition in National Harbor, Md
- Eon enters production phase for US Navy Aegis RADAR Pre-trigger Converter and Blanking units
- L-3 Communications orders customized video amplifiers for the Apache Helicopter program
- General Atomics orders video amplifier/splitters for the Predator program
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|EON Instrumentation’s Audio Amplifiers For Avionics|
Quarter 1 | March 2015
Eon Instrumentation is proud to be a leading manufacturer of Audio Amplifiers for avionics customers across the globe. Eon offers integrated audio products that work together in order to provide complete audio amplification and control for all aircraft applications. These audio amplifiers are ruggedized and designed to meet Environmental standards MIL-STD-810 and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) standards MIL-STD-461. Eon’s audio distribution amplifier products include an Audio Control Unit (ACU), an aircraft Cockpit Speaker Amplifier (CSA), and an aircraft Cargo Area Public Address Preamplifier (CAPP). The ACU combines audio signals from four input sources into a single mixed audio output with independent volume control for each input. The CSA and CAPP work together as a pair to complete the aircraft’s communication subsystem. While the CSA provides amplified audio signals to the cockpit speakers, the CAPP passes and amplifies unencrypted audio from the MICS to the Public Address system amplifier. One CSA has the benefit of being able to control two CAPPs due to its ability to provide signal level amplification and power filtering without selections and control functions. Platforms on which Eon’s audio distribution amplifier products are installed include the P-3 and HC130J aircrafts.
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|EON to Exhibit at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition in National Harbor, MD, April 13-15|
Eon is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting its latest products at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition in April 2015. Eon will demonstrate its completely integrated HD-SDI system that includes a new high-speed digital Monitor, HD-SDI Video Matrix Switcher, and HD-SDI camera. Working with Kappa Optronics and Qvio Displays, Eon Instrumentation is leading the industry’s transition to full digital system integration. Eon will also demonstrate the US Navy Aegis Radar Pre-trigger Converter and Blanker unit as well as video amplifier and avionic power supply products. Visit us at booth #2718 where we will host a reception from 3:00-4:45pm, April 14.
Eon is pleased to announce that Elmec has ordered multiple versions of video amplifiers for installation on C130 aircraft retrofit programs.
Eon is pleased to announce that the US Navy has ordered 15 production Precondition Blanker & Control Units for installation on Surface Ships to
support the Aegis Radar System upgrade. The units are deliverable in 2015.
|EON Instrumentation's Ruggedized Power Supplies For Avionics|
Quarter 4 | December 2014
Eon Instrumentation is expanding its power supply offerings in order to meet the needs of customers across the globe. Currently, Eon has delivered hundreds of low-voltage power supplies to platforms ranging from drones, embedded avionics, and missile applications. These power supplies are ruggedized and designed to meet Environmental standards MIL-STD-810 and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) standards MIL-STD-461. Eon’s power supplies can run from 28VDC power or from 115 VAC 400HZ power with total output from 5 to 300 Watts. Multiple outputs range from ±5VDC, ±12VDC and other custom voltages. Outputs are designed to have individual short-circuit and over-voltage protection and are isolated from each other, chassis, and from primary power. Fault indicators can be provided on the front panel for all outputs and output isolation enables the user to configure the power supply for different output combinations.
|EON to Exhibit at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition in National Harbor, MD, April 13-15|
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|Eon is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting its latest products at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition in April 2015. Eon will demonstrate its brand new HD-SDI monitor and compare analog and digital video matrix applications featuring Eon’s latest HD-SDI Video Matrix System along with the HD-SDI Kappa cameras. Eon will have a reception in the Exhibit Hall during the Exposition.|
Eon is pleased to announce that United Arab Emerites has ordered a Video Amplifier and Distribution Unit for installation on a UH60 helicopter retrofit.
Eon is pleased to announce that General Atomics has ordered 80 video amplifier units for use on the Preditor/Reaper drone ground stations.
Eon is pleased to announce the Jordan Airforce has ordered 5 blanking control units for use on various surveillance aircraft retrofit programs.
|EON Instrumentation Now Offers Integrated High Speed Digital Video Systems|
Quarter 3 | September 2014
Eon Instrumentation now offers the integration of all digital video products including HD-SDI cameras, high speed digital video matrix switchers, HD recorders, and HD monitors. These products are versatile and can replace an entire suite full of analog video systems that need upgrade to high-speed digital. Working with speeds up to 3GHz, Eon’s new VMS-712 HD-SDI video matrix switcher can replace Eon’s analog video matrix switcher, the VSA-103, while keeping the same size and mounting dimensions allowing for a seamless transition into the digital world. The cameras, monitors, and recorder can also be configured for analog signals.
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|EON Instrumentation is also excited to announce that our biggest contract with the United States NAVY Surface Warfare Center is entering the prime of the production phase after all Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) units have been delivered. This blanking combiner unit (BCU) is set to be installed aboard Naval surface ships beginning early 2015 to control the new Aegis weapon system upgrade.|
Eon is pleased to announce that the Physical Configuration Audit for the Precondition Control & Blanker Unit. This clears the way for full scale PCAB production.
Eon is pleased to announce that the US Navy has ordered 12 M164 wingtip receiver power supplies for installation on Navy surveillance aircraft.
|EON Instrumentation introduces the industry’s highest performance Digital Video Matrix Switcher|
Quarter 2 | May 2014
- Showcased at AUSA Conference
- First Production Unit Shipped
- Showcased at NAVY League Conference
EON Instrumentation is proud to announce that our newest product, the video matrix switcher VMS-712, is fully qualified to EMI MIL-STD-461F and Environmental MIL-STD-810F Standards. The VMS-712 is a state-of-the-art video matrix switcher that accepts up to seven high speed digital input video streams and routes them to any of twelve outputs with the ability to re-clock each of the video signals as they are sent through. The unit is controlled by a computer software interface through a DB9 connector located on the top face of the VMS-712. Video signals, including HD-SDI and Standard Definition video signals can be multiplexed and re-clocked directly within the unit. The VMS-712 has a built-in Test Pattern Generator.
The first production VMS-712 unit has been shipped to Airbus Military for installation on the C-295 and will be interfaced to multiple IR and Video Sensors and present data to an airborne data recorder.
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Eon is pleased to announce that Airbus Military has ordered 7 VMS712 3 Ghz High Definition video amplifiers for use on the CN235/CN295 surveillance aircraft.
Eon is pleased to announce that all qualification tests have been successfully completed on the High Definition VMS712 3Ghz video amplifier. The unit is ready for full scale production.
Eon is pleased to announce that it has completed recertification to ISO9001:2000/AS9100:2008 Rev c quality standards.
Eon is pleased to announce that the US Navy Supply Depot has ordered 5 M168 embedded power supplies.
Eon is pleased to announce that Miltope has ordered 15 embedded power supplies for the cockpit thermal printer installed on military and commercial aircraft.
Eon is pleased to announce that Lockheed Martin ordered 20 video amplifier units for the C130 transport aircraft retrofit program.
Eon Instrumentation is pleased to announce that L-3 Communications ordered 50 video amplifiers for the Apache helicopter retrofit program.
Eon is pleased to announce that EADS-CASA has ordered a variety of multiple input/multiple output video amplifier splitters (ADV-301-123; 133; 134) for their CASA CN295 aircraft being sold to Portugal, Poland, Oman, US Coast Guard and other customers.
Eon is pleased to announce that GATE Elecktronik of Turkey has ordered 11 one in three out video amplifiers for application on the Turkish Aircraft platforms.
Eon is pleased to announce that Singapore Technology Aerospace has contracted with Eon to develop three different variants of one in three out video amplifiers including a unique video override capability, for airborne platforms.
Eon is pleased to announce that Singapore Technology Aerospace has contracted with Eon to develop a unique video amplifier that combines eon’s standard (1 in 3 out)x 3 amplifier + a DVI-D 1 in 3 out amplifier in a small footprint single box for airborne applications. This customized capability is being developed and qualified in 60 days.
Eon is pleased to announce that it has received an order for 22 Video Amplifier Data Units for installation on Blackhawk Helicopters.
Eon is pleased to announce that Lockheed Martin has awarded a contract to provide Cockpit Speaker/Cargo Area Public Address audio amplifiers for the C130 Special Forces Aircraft.
Eon is pleased to announce that Sabb has awarded a contract for the development of blanking control units for a shipboard RADAR upgrade program.
Eon is pleased to announce that Taiwan Aerospace Industries has ordered embedded avionic power supplies for their fighter aircraft development program.
Eon is pleased to announce that Taiwan Aerospace Industries has ordered video amplifiers for their fighter aircraft development program.
Eon is pleased to announce that Elmec has awarded a contract to develop a torque converter unit for installation on C130 aircraft, deliverable by end of the year 2013. This unit will input ARINC 429 data as voltage pulses and output ARINC 429 digital data.
Eon is pleased to announce Monogram Systems ordered 11 toilet timer assemblies for US Air force C4 Galaxy transport aircraft.
Eon is pleased to announce that they received an order from the US Navy for 7 LRIP Pre-trigger Control and Blanking Units for delivery in year 2013 – 2014.
Eon is pleased to announce that Airbus Military has awarded a contract to develop an HD-SDI video amplifier splitter. The amplifier will have seven input and 12 output channels switchable through computer control, within speeds up to 3 Gigabytes. The VMS-712 will also include a built in pattern generator.
December 9, 2012 :
Eon annual Christmas Luncheon.
Eon is pleased to announce that General Atomics has extended its order for 50 additional video amplifiers deliverable in 2013.
Eon is pleased to announce that Monogram Systems has ordered 15 control assemblies for installation on Air Force transport aircraft lavatories.
Eon is pleased to announce that Lockheed Martin has ordered 2 ship sets of audio amplifier equipment for installation on C130J aircraft.
Eon is pleased to announce that Science and Engineering Services has ordered 3 Video distribution systems for installation on Blackhawk helicopters.
Eon is pleased to announce that EADS CASA has ordered a number of video amplifier/splitters for installation on CN295 aircraft for multiple customers.
Eon is pleased to announce that L-3 communications has ordered 5 ADV-301-103 video amplifier/splitters for use on multiple aircraft platforms.
Eon is pleased to announce that NAVSUP has ordered 8 M-168 power supplies as spare requirements for multiple ship applications.
Eon is pleased to announce that the Engineering Development Model (EDM1) for the Naval Surface Warfare Center was completed and passed FQT tests at Eon. Two more EDM’s are being built for qualification and environmental testing, due to be completed in 1Q 2013.
Eon is pleased to announce that General Atomics has extended its order for 50 additional video amplifiers deliverable in the next several months.
Eon is pleased to announce that Airbus Casa has ordered 3 ADV-301-133 units for installation on the CN235 aircraft for the Portuguese homeland security program.
Eon is pleased to announce that the company has achieved AS9100 rev C and ISO 9001/2008 certification through the Perry Johnson registrar. Final certification documents will be available in September, 2012.
Eon is pleased to announce that General Atomics has extended its order for video amplifiers for up to 160 additional units deliverable in the next six months. Total order value is in excess of $500k.
Eon is pleased to announce that the US Naval Surface Warfare Center has awarded a $1.7M development contract to Eon Instrumentation Inc. for the Pretrigger Converter and Blanking Unit, (PCAB) for the Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP) Block 2 system, and Specific Emitter Identification and High Gain/High Sensitivity subsystems. The PCAB will be installed on CG, CVN-78, DDG, LHA, LHD, LPD and LSD ship classes. The development will be completed in 5 months with the delivery of one Engineering Development Unit. After that 3 EDMs will be supplied for Environmental Qualification and Test. With the conclusion of E QT Low Rate Initial Production will begin. The total program is expected to last for up to five years with a potential value of $7.5M. This award expands Eon’s capability in Interference Blanking Control Units – allowing Eon to offer products in the small (5 channel input, 5 channel output fixed program units), medium (16 channel input, 5 channel output programmable units) or large scale (30 channel input, 8 channel output computer programmable, display oriented units).
Eon is pleased to announce that Airbus CASA has ordered 5 ADV -301-234 video amplifier/distribution units for use on a variety of airborne platforms. These units are a new development for second generation 3 input 4 output video amplifier units. The delivery will be in the fall of 2012.
Eon is pleased to announce that Lockheed Martin has ordered 6 fiber output converter units for various aircraft applications.
Eon is pleased to announce that Lockheed Martin has ordered 12 ADV -301-16 video amplifier/distribution units for various fixed wing platforms including the P3 Maritime and C130 surveillance aircraft.
Eon is pleased to announce that Boeing has ordered two video amplifier/splitters for use on the preliminary tanker program.
Eon is pleased to announce that Lockheed Martin Marietta has placed orders for over $500K of sixteen channel video amplifier/splitters, video selector modules and fiber optic converter modules all deliverable in 2012.
Eon is pleased to announce that Gate Electronic of Turkey has ordered two video amplifier/splitter units for its ongoing UAV program. The units are deliverable in early 2012.
Eon is pleased to announce that Monogram Systems has placed long term orders for 60 C-17 galley and toilet timers to be delivered over the span of 2012.
Eon is pleased to announce that General Dynamics has ordered six video selector modules for multiple applications on ground vehicles.
Eon is pleased to announce that Chugach Management has contracted for the repair of three Strafe Scoring systems for use on the test range at China Lake.
Eon is pleased to announce that NAVSUP has ordered 6 M-164 power supplies for various airborne applications, deliverable in 1Q 2012.
Eon is pleased to announce that General Atomics has ordered a quantity of video amplifier/splitters for delivery in late 2011 and early 2012 for installation on their airborne platforms.
Eon is pleased to announce that Monogram Systems has ordered 51 C-17 lavatory control assemblies for delivery in early 2012.
Eon is pleased to announce that Rockwell Collins has requested development of a unique military qualified video amplifier product that boosts VGA and other signals over long distances. First delivery is in November 2011.
Eon is pleased to announce that Wyle Laboratories has ordered 13 M-168 200w power sub-assemblies for use with the US Navy to be delivered in 2011 and 2012.
August, 30 2011:
Eon is pleased to announce that L-3 communications has ordered a large number of video amplifiers for the Apache Helicopter upgrade program to be delivered in 2011 and 2012. These one in two out units were designed and first delivered 2010.
August 15, 2011:
Eon is pleased to announce that Lockheed Martin has ordered five fiber optic converter units for delivery in late 2011. These units were first delivered in 2008 and modified in 2010.
July 1, 2011:
Eon Instrumentation News July 1, 2011
An Avionic Products Company
To: Customers and Suppliers of Eon Instrumentation
Subject: 2011 Six Month Review
Eon Instrumentation had a very successful year in 2010, due to the customer orders we received and the support of our suppliers. In the first six months of 2011 Eon is continuing this growth and expansion. Some highlights include:
Introduced a new product line of low profile video distribution amplifiers/splitters for ground vehicle and airborne applications.
Developed new products in audio amplifiers and blanking control units. Eon is also introducing displays, video recorders and test equipment products.
Won substantial new business in all product areas including UAV, airborne, ground vehicle and shipborne applications.
Established new customers both domestically and overseas.
Hired additional engineers to support our development and production programs.
Managed on time delivery performance under aggressive production schedules.
On track to receive AS9100 and ISO 9001-2008 certification in Q4, 2011.
I want to thank you for your trust in and support of Eon Instrumentation Inc. We look forward to continued growth both organically and through select mergers and acquisitions. We will be constantly updating our website www.eoninstrumentation.com with current news.
Dr. James Winchester
Eon Instrumentation is pleased to announce a new series of video amplifier units for military vehicle and fixed wing/helicopter applications. These units are based on the popular “Brick” units for one in two out, three out and four out video amplifier units that Eon has sold for many years into the missile test, fighter aircraft, fixed wing, UAV, shipborne and homeland security markets. The units are smaller, lighter and less costly than the Brick units but with many of the same features.
Eon Instrumentation has received orders for “Brick” ADV-301 video amplifier units for use on an Apache helicopter program retrofit program.
Eon Instrumentation is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a contract for “Brick” ADV-301 video amplifier units for use of the Spanish Air Force F/A 18 aircraft.
Eon Instrumentation is pleased to announce that they have been awarded additional contracts for “Brick” ADV-301 video amplifier units for use on the Boeing F/A 18 aircraft .
Eon Instrumentation is pleased to announce that they have been awarded additional contracts to deliver 12 M-168 power supply systems for use on various US Navy aircraft. The M-168 provides over 200 watts of dc power at 12VDC and 5 VDC from 115VAC 60 to 400 hz input at 95% efficiency.
Eon Instrumentation is pleased to announce that they have been awarded three contracts to deliver 32 M-168 power supply systems for use on various US Navy aircraft. The M-168 provides over 200 watts of dc power at 12VDC and 5 VDC from 115VAC 60 to 400 hz input at 95% efficiency.
Eon Instrumentation is pleased to announce that they have been awarded additional contracts to deliver 5 ADV-301-103-3A amplifier/splitters for use on a UAV program. The ADV-301-103-3A accepts one EO or IR video input (up to 30 MHZ) and provides 3 video outputs with individual adjustable gains of less than one to four times the input video amplitude. The unit is most useful for distributing video sources to multiple displays, radios, and recorders.