ITT Touts Alternator/Generator For Tactical Army Vehicles

McCarthy, Mike
October 2011
Defense Daily;10/10/2011, Vol. 252 Issue 7, p5
Market Research Report
The article informs that Create, Regulate, Utilize and Export (CRUX) Generator of the ITT Corp. is on display for the first time at the three-day Association of the U.S. Army exposition that started on Monday. Doug Ramsey, ITT's business area lead for integrated power systems, said that CRUX can generate 1,000 amps at all times, regardless of the speed the vehicle is traveling or revolutions per minute (rpms).


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