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VMEVPX.com beta site goes live: A valuable new resource to find and compare some of the world’s most advanced VME-VPX solutions, including over 135 standard products.

The Orbit Electronics Group has launched vmevpx.com, a single online resource that enables fast, comprehensive searches of available VME-VPX solutions for virtually any Vita Compliant electronic system used in military, industrial and commercial applications.

More than 135 different VME-VPX components and products are shown, along with a selection of options so broad that modifications and custom designs are readily accomplished. Visitors can choose from Back Planes, System Health Monitors, Card Cages and Components, and the industry-leading Behlman VPXtra Power Supplies. All are easily sorted via this website’s advanced database, searchable by Product Type, Form Factors, Interfaces, Rack Units, Number of Slots, Series, and more.

“With VME and VPX now an absolutely essential part of so many electronic products and systems, it is essential that design engineers have a single resource through which they can move quickly and efficiently to explore their options,” said Ken Ice, president of both Orbit Electronics Group and Integrated Combat Systems. “As a global leader in the design, manufacture and integration of advanced electromechanical assemblies, our group is perfectly positioned to meet design engineers’ needs with vmevpx.com, our vast selection of VME-VPX products, and our extensive integration services.”

During the beta test period for vmevpx.com – expected to run approximately 60 days – additional information will be added, including downloadable data sheets for each group of products shown. Downloadable white papers will also be available on a number of relevant topics. A direct email link allows visitors to request more information or schedule a free engineering consultation.

vmevpx.com is the brainchild of the Orbit Electronics Group, consisting of Integrated Combat Systems (ICS), Tulip Development Laboratory Inc. (TDL), and Orbit Instrument (OI). All three companies are divisions or subsidiaries of Orbit International. They also work closely with Behlman Electronics, the basis of the Orbit Power Group and the designer and manufacturer of the record-setting VPXtra™ Series of VPX-VME power supplies.