• 688 Fast Attack SubETI's electronics support this class of sub
  • ADNSAdvanced Digital Network System
  • AN/KSQ-1Amphibious Assault Direction System
  • AN/TPS-59Marine Corp Radar System
  • AN/UYQ-70Naval Advanced Display System
  • AN/WLD-1Remote Mine-Hunting System
  • BGPHESBattle Group Passive Horizon Extension System
  • BROADBANDSubmarine Comm Program
  • DTC-2Desk Top Computer, Phase 2 naval program
  • F35 CatbirdETI electronics on testing aircraft for F35
  • FirebirdBacking up piloting systems for Naval UAV program
  • GCCS-MGlobal Command and Control System - Maritime
  • JMCISJoint Maritime Command Information System
  • JOTSJoint Operational Tactical System
  • JSTARSJoint Surveillance Target Acquisition Radar System
  • LPD-17Landing Platform Dock electronics
  • NAVSSESNaval Ship Systems Engineering Stations contain ETI electronics
  • NFCSETI provides backup power for Naval Fires Control Systems
  • NTCS-ANavy Tactical Command System Afloat
  • PredatorBacking up piloting systems for Navy Predator UAVs
  • Seawolf Class SubETI electronics used aboard this class of vessel
  • SSDSUPS back up for Ship Self Defence Systems
  • SURTASSElectronics for Surveillance Towed Array Sensor System
  • TAC-3Tactical Advanced Computer, Phase III
  • TAMPSTactical Automated Mission Planning System
  • TAC-4Tactical Advanced Computer, Phase IV
  • TOMAHAWKElectronics for Navy Cruise Missile Program
  • Virginia Class SubsNSSN - New Attack Submarine, Nuclear Powered
  • VT UAVBacking up piloting systems for Firescout Vertical Take Off UAVs

Welcome to an Energy Technologies' Naval Site.

All of these products are manufactured by ETI in the United States.Energy Technologies, Inc. (ETI) power site covering rugged, high-reliability global UPS, Power Inverters, Solar Power, Battery Backup, Power Conditioning, Frequency Conversion, Power Distribution, Power Generation and Computer products that are the Standard used by defense, industrial and telecommunications experts worldwide. Through continuous updating and additions, we expect this site to be educational and informative on the subject of high reliability applications and the associated power conditioning and computer peripheral requirements. 

High-reliability products in use around the world including:

  • Hostile environments ranging from desert pipelines to off shore rigs to wind turbines to blast furnaces;
  • C3I and C4I applications aboard ships, submarines, aircraft, vehicles as well as field deployment;
  • Automation systems installed in factories, refineries, power plants and breweries;
  • Critical communications at Military Bases, Embassies, Federal and Civilian Agencies;
  • Homeland Security, 911 Systems, Emergency Vehicles and Command Posts.

Our customer list includes:

  • Prime Contractors: Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, General Atomics, Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics, Boeing, SAIC, L3 Communications, BAE, D RS, Telos, Sperry Marine, Hewlett Packard, Avaya and numerous others
  • Industrial Firms: ABB, Alcatel, Bailey, Bayer, GE Wind Energy, Foxboro, Graybar, Honeywell, Miller Brewing, Solidstate Controls, Texas Instrument, Union Carbide and many others
  • Federal Agencies: US Navy, US Marine Corps., US Coast Guard, US Air Force, US Army, Special Operations, NATO, FBI, Department of Homeland Security, State Department, NSA, GSA and more

ETI's Products are Rugged from the Start, Not a Consumer Product Ruggedized.Rugged, Not Ruggedized
(Subtitled, "Not all COTS Products are Created Equal")

Most products sold in the rugged market start out as desktop or consumer products (Commercial Off The Shelf otherwise known as COTS). These vendors will attempt to "ruggedize" their product to compete in the rugged market. These ruggedized COTS products usually fail due to either temperature, mechanical shock or vibration requirements since they were not designed to withstand these extremes!

ETI's products start out rugged whether for COTS or full Mil Spec applications. They are designed to and meet Military Environmental Standards. ETI's products have successfully passed these tests numerous times including Mil STDs 167-1, 810, 901D plus surviving the vehicle mounted endurance tests in the notorious Belgium Block and the explosive charges in the Barge tests.

ETI Products have the highest level of reliability.Not the Least Expensive, But the Lowest Total Ownership Cost (TOC)

In making product evaluations today, the wise decision makers base their conclusions using Total Ownership Cost or TOC. Considering all factors, ETI products have the lowest TOC due to their overall performance and reliability. Besides the initial product cost, areas to consider are Installation, Training, Maintenance, Spares and Uptime. Products such as the ETI0001-N5 series integrate features that reduce the overall space and installation costs. Defense services and support contractors are already experienced with ETI designs and the products' operation. Manpower is a very significant factor in TOC. Very high reliability means minimal maintenance, which results in minimal manpower requirements. Once the ETI units are installed, they require very little or no preventative maintenance to keep them operational over the years. Very high reliability means a negligible spare parts requirement. If spares are desired, one set per site would be more than adequate for years of operation. Very high reliability means maximum operational uptime. Since failures usually interrupt operations at the most crucial times and since UPS or PDU reliability impacts multiple downstream loads, minimizing failures or downtime is imperative. ETI has field proven very high reliability and uptime. The Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) exceeds 250,000 hours and the Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) is less than one half hour on most ETI products!

ETI is proud to be fully ISO 9001 Certified ETI is proud to be veteran owned ETI is proud to be RoHS ETI is proud to be TAA

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