UEC Electronics LLC designs, develops, prototypes, and manufactures electronic components and subsystems for military, aerospace, and industrial markets. The company specializes in electronic/electro-mechanical systems, subsystems and components, circuit card assemblies, and wire and cable assemblies. It offers system controllers, video display units, sensor interface modules, power distribution modules, power control modules, CAN bus splitters, DC to DC converters, controllers, lead acid battery systems, high energy density batteries, output parallel adapters, power distribution units, AC and DC power supply products, renewable energy power supplies, battery chargers, core defenders, bi-col...
5914 Howard Street
Hanahan, SC 29410
Founded in 1995
UEC Electronics Receives $8.3 Million Contract from Both Government and Commercial Customers
Mar 6 17
UEC Electronics has received $8.3 million contract from both government and commercial customers. In one of the recent awards, UEC has been funded $3.4 million to work with US Army CERDEC on an Energy Storage System (ESS) for Tactical Microgrids. Building on their experience in the design of hybrid power systems for military applications, the ESS will utilize both Lithium-Ion ultracapacitors and Lithium-Ion battery technologies with intelligent control to enable the microgrid to handle high transient power spikes and to allow time for generators to turn on when new loads enter the grid, thereby decreasing the need for spinning reserve (generators running below capacity and at less than peak efficiency). This hybrid power system has broad applications that will allow the Army to keep pace with increasing power and energy demands and will lessen the logistics demand for fuel-based power sources.
UEC Electronics Wins Marine Corps Contract for Hybrid Mobile Power Systems
Apr 20 16
Arotech Corporation announced that its U.S. Power Systems Division, UEC Electronics, has recently received a $2.6 million contract from the Marine Corps to design, develop and deliver four MEHPS systems. This latest MEHPS award is for a scalable (up to 15kW) design for use at forward operating bases and is a significant part of the DoD's strategy to reduce fuel consumption by 25% prior to 2025. The Marine Corp. roadmap calls for MEHPS production beginning in 2018.