Metromatics provide MIL-STD products for the Army, Navy and Airforce. Our attention to detail in Sales, Engineering and Design results in your products being delivered on time and within your project guidelines and budget.
“Class A Categorised” MIL-STD Large Format LCD Displays for ANZAC Ship Retrofit
Installed into the Control Room of the ANZAC Frigates to display critical information and high definition video for crew in the Australian Naval Forces. Our LCD displays were rugged, tested and designed to survive MIL-STD-901D and vibration standards. They were classified as a world’s first “Class A” rating for shock and were provided in single and triple versions.
MIL-STD Light Weight Electronic Racks, Consoles and Cabinet Assemblies for Air WarFare Destroyer
Metromatics was selected to design, manufacture and test 24 different configurations of MIL-STD Light Weight Racks and Consoles installed on the new Australian Naval Vessels (Air Warfare Destroyers) to house important electrical equipment. The types of electronic racks we manufactured included: Network Racks, Encryption Racks, Entertainment System Racks, Radio Operator Console Bayed Racks, High Power DC Supply Cabinets and Inverter Cabinet Assemblies.
All equipment was designed, manufactured and tested to a range of Military Standards such as MIL-STD-901D, MIL-STD-167, MIL-STD-461, MIL-STD-1310F and other Naval ruggedisation standards. Metromatics also provided Fibre Optic, Coaxial, power and networking solutions plus full supporting documentation including Electrical Schematics, Cable Schedules, General Assembly Drawings and Integration Guides.
Air Force Hardware and Avionics Upgrade
Metromatics were selected to provide the Australian Air Force with replacement Avionics Suite and Processing Hardware for old equipment that was failing. Metromatics had direct access to some Rugged COTS products and were able to integrate and test a complete system for our customer from the products we represent. This consisted of a conduction cooled chassis, processor board, Digital I/O and 1553 Dual Redundant Bus Monitoring System. The advantage of this avionics hardware solution was that it allowed the Defence Aircraft to monitor errors with the electronics and interface with the computers on board something it previously was incapable of doing.