As the specialist UK distributor for the military and aerospace markets of Carling Technologies, Aerco now supplies the Carling MS-Series of sealed toggle circuit breakers. Designed for operation in the harshest of environments, the MS-Series is ideal for COTS (commercial off the shelf) military applications such as critical communication equipment and other mission critical components where high performance in conditions of physical and thermal shock, vibration, moisture resistance and salt spray is of paramount importance.
Designed in accordance with MILPRF-55629 and MIL STD 202, these new circuit breakers are extremely compact, meet IP68 requirements and feature a durable metal and sealed mounting bush that provides MIL-PRF-39019F ingress protection when mounted in a panel.
The MS-Series is CUL recognised and TUV pending and is available with one to three poles, is rated at 0.02 to 30A and 65VDC, 240VAC, 120/240VAC; UL and is ideal for all types of military equipment and vehicles as well as generators and power supplies, off-highway vehicles and machinery and construction and mining equipment.
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Now in stock at Aerco is the AD 4510, a small, powerful DC equipment fan from ADDA that is ideal for high performance cooling in confined spaces.
Already in use in bespoke ‘infotainment’ systems and instrument clusters that incorporate satellite navigation, Bluetooth, FM and DAB radio, in a number of high quality cars, the AD 4510 is built in a 45mm square frame size with a depth of 15mm, is lightweight and low noise.
Available in 5, 12 and 24V supply voltages the maximum speed is 5,500 rev/min with airflow up to 4.09 litres/sec (8.67 CFM). The frame and impeller is made of tough plastic UL 94 V-0 and the wide range of supply voltages and operating speeds plus the choice of sleeve or ‘hypro’ bearings allow designers to balance requirement of system life and operating noise levels.
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Richard Hockey has been appointed to the Aerco design support team and will work closely with engineers from key accounts and major OEMs designing-in the full range of Aerco products into new development projects.
Hockey started as an electrical apprentice with the MOD before moving to Marconi Space Systems, in Portsmouth as a design engineer. In 1989 he joined Farnell as a sales engineer where he progressed through to regional sales manager and then senior account executive before joining LPA Channel, as sales manager for the aerospace and defence division in 2010.
Aerco’s senior product manager, Paul Bandy, said of the appointment: “Richard has vast experience of working on military projects and we are sure he will make a significant contribution to our aim of continuous improvement of our design support service.”