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MEGE Teknik Gains Testing Equipment Design Capability

by MSI

The news article that is in the second section of IDEF’19 Special Dossier published in the 71th issue of MSI Turkish Defence Review is now available on our website:

 

Boasting in-depth experience in cable harnesses, electromechanical box and panel design, MEGE Teknik showcased three new products at IDEF’19: Power Distribution Unit, Slip Ring Testing Unit and High Frequency Slip Ring. The company also took the time to introduce its design capabilities in the testing equipment field, as a new string to the company’s bow.

Erdem Yavuz, Vice President of MEGE Teknik; Didem Ulu, Business Development Manager at MEGE Teknik; and Ali Han, General Manager and CEO of MEGE Teknik

Erdem Yavuz, Vice President of MEGE Teknik; Didem Ulu, Business Development Manager at MEGE Teknik; and Ali Han, General Manager and CEO of MEGE Teknik

 

MEGE Teknik has developed a Power Distribution Unit (PDU) for ASELSAN for use with rack-type electronic equipment, in which power is drawn from a single point and distributed to the equipment on the rack. MEGE Teknik can produce the PDU for different inputs and outputs, and for different sizes of rack, according to the needs of the client. The product has been developed in compliance with the MIL-STD-810G standard for operation under challenging conditions, and MEGE Teknik’s goal is now to develop a smart and remote-controlled version of the PDU.

From top to bottom: 1U-size PDU with 12 outputs, 2U-size PDU with 16 outputs and Slip Ring Testing Unit

From top to bottom: 1U-size PDU with 12 outputs, 2U-size PDU with 16 outputs and Slip Ring Testing Unit

 

The Slip Ring Testing Unit was developed within a TÜBİTAK-supported R&D project for the testing of the slip rings found on a wide range of equipment, from remote-controlled weapon systems to radar systems. Developed indigenously by MEGE Teknik, the product can simultaneously test 240 different channels carrying different signals, including sound, images or power.

In addition to the indigenously designed testing devices, MEGE Teknik has gained capabilities in the development of Automatic Testing Equipment (ATE) in which electronic card and subsystem- and system-level tests are run. The company is also engaged in the development of testing equipment for ASELSAN and ROKETSAN under contracted projects.

MEGE Teknik showcased its self-developed Pan-Tilt system at the event.

MEGE Teknik showcased its self-developed Pan-Tilt system at the event.

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