Analytic Systems Products ABS Certified

press release
Saturday, January 14, 2012

Analytic Systems has announced that it has responded to its commercial marine reseller network in North America and started the process of certifying their marine specific power conversion products.

 

These products will be highlighted at the Multi-Agency Combat Craft Conference at Norfolk, VA in May, 2012. The first models to be certified to ABS standards are the new BCA1505 (1500W AC charger); the BCA310 (300W AC charger); the IPS300 (300W DC/AC Puresine inverter) and the VTC315 (Isolated DC/DC voltage converter). In addition a new line of cost reduced Intelligent AC battery chargers, cost reduced power supplies and inverters will also be highlighted. ABS has provided Analytic Systems with their Certificate of Manufacturing Assessment # VA2089914-A-X.

 

Analytic Systems is looking to bring on new Commercial Marine customers/resellers with these newly certified products and their new lower pricing based on its 2011 cost reduction program. This will prove to be an attractive package as Analytic Systems prepares to launch a line of new inverters, power supplies and intelligent battery chargers for 2012.

 

"Our extensive experience with the commercial marine market gives us a real appreciation for the operational challenges facing our customer,” said Bill Walker, Vice President, Sales and Marketing. "Our understanding of those challenges combined with our expertise as a supplier to various commercial and military marine users worldwide, gives us tremendous insights as our customers approach leaner budgets.  We remain committed to delivering exceptional value from production through the entire life cycle, whatever the fleet."
 

Analytic Systems, www.analyticsystems.com is committed to innovative and cutting edge technology in the design and development of marine battery chargers, dc/dc converters, inverters and power supplies. Clients include: Northrop Grumman Ship Systems, US Marines, Lockheed Martin, CDI Marine, Washington State Ferries, US Navy, Textron Marine Systems, US Army, Foss Tugs, Wellcraft Marine, Washington Marine, Sperry Marine, Kobelt, Prime Mover Controls, Raymarine, Seaspan, ACB Boats, SeaArk Marine, Metal Shark and Boat Electric.  
 

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