The Core Systems product assembly process is the final step to engineering rugged products for the military and industry. The assembly process is performed at our facility in Poway, California and includes system integration, robotic potting, conformal coating and touch screen/AR glass integration in our class 100 clean room.
We assemble all of our rugged products in California. Our robust team have years of experience in product assembly and with the process located in the USA, the turnaround time is much quicker.
The Core Systems Engineering team are experts in small form factor mission computing, rugged LCD displays, and rugged rackmount computing and for quick turn applications. Our Standard COTS product line can be customized to meet specific program form factor or I/O requirements.
To protect circuit boards from high shock and vibration, our Robotic Potting machines are programmed to apply a specialized epoxy to critical components of PCB board. Our robots are accurate to 0.001mm an are 100% repeatable for large batch runs. Our PCB potting process has been proven to enhance the longevity and the reliability of the finish product.
We have 2 integration floors capable of building 300 systems a day. Our integration floors meet FED-STD 209E in which contaminants such as dust are reduced to a very low level by special procedures. This ensures that operations such as the manufacturing and assembly of delicate equipment can be performed effectively.
In our Conformal Coat Lab, our boards receive a thin polymeric film which ‘conforms’ to the contours of a printed circuit board to protect the board’s components. This acts as a protection against moisture, dust, chemicals, and temperature extremes that, if uncoated (non-protected), could result in damage or failure of the electronics to function.