High Value Electronics Systems

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Customers in Military, Aerospace, Medical Imaging, and Research Lab markets have long entrusted Ellis & Watts to design and build subsystems tasked with  maintaining the operational life of their high-value electronic investments, even in demanding applications and harsh environments.

Examples of Ellis & Watts portable structures for high value electronics systems include - CLICK TO SEE FULL LIST

  • over 1000 mobile diagnostic imaging facilities supplied to healthcare customers across the US
  • custom trailer for NASA laser satellite tracking
  • trailer to house electronic aerospace ground equipment for the USAF
  • trailer to serve as a mobile military data processing center
  • custom portable ground and shipboard electronics shelter for the Naval Oceanographic Office of the US Navy

Trailers and portable shelters to house high-value electronics systems are engineered with the following features - CLICK TO SEE FULL LIST

  • custom dimensions to meet your project requirements
  • components designed for vibration/shock resistance
  • materials of construction to deliver rigidity, durability, and reliability, even in the most demanding climates or applications

Portable structures to house high-value electronics systems can be provided with a variety of options, including - CLICK TO SEE FULL LIST

  • sandwiched, foam-panel construction to minimize weight and moisture entrainment while maximizing strength and thermal resistance
  • an integrated diesel generator set for power
  • an HVAC system designed for extreme ambient conditions
  • ISO lower corners with twist-lock fittings for attachment to a truck bed along with ISO upper lifting rings
  • integrated equipment lifts that can fold for storage
  • vertically or horizontally expanding to minimize travel volume but maximize interior space when in operation
  • rack mounting provisions
  • a structural roof platform for additional equipment mounting
  • security lights
  • hydraulic jacking system with self leveling
  • EMI/RFI shielding