Crane Aerospace & Electronics

Lynnwood, WA 98037-8503

COMPANY OVERVIEW

About Crane Aerospace & Electronics

Crane Aerospace was formed in 1999 with the merging of ELDEC Corporation, Lear Romac, Hydro-Aire and Interpoint — long-time industry leaders with experience dating back to 1943.

Contact

16700 13th Avenue West
Lynnwood, WA 98037-8503
https://www.craneae.com/
+1 425.743.1313
+1 425.743.8234

More Info on Crane Aerospace & Electronics

Crane Aerospace was formed in 1999 with the merging of ELDEC Corporation, Lear Romac, Hydro-Aire and Interpoint — long-time industry leaders with experience dating back to 1943. The newly-formed organization offered customers and partners one source for sensing, power, fuel and braking systems and the expertise these industry pioneers had between them.

Crane Aerospace & Electronics was formed in 2003 when Signal Technology and its well-known Keltec brand were added to Crane Aerospace. P.L. Porter's portfolio of seat actuation products were added a year later, and in 2010 Merrimac Industries brought to Crane A&E its unique Multi-Mix technology — an innovative process for fusing multilayer integrated circuits and micro-multifunction modules.

Each brand that makes up Crane Aerospace & Electronics is proven in the marketplace, recognized globally and maintains a large share in the markets they serve. When you partner with Crane A&E, you join our rich heritage of experience, product leadership and operational excellence.

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The U.S. Air Force’s C-52M Super Galaxy aircraft are being upgraded with wirelessly read tire air pressure monitors from Crane Aerospace & Electronics.
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Wireless Tire Pressure Monitoring Fortifies Air Force C-5M Fleet

Oct. 23, 2019
The U.S. Air Force’s C-52M Super Galaxy aircraft are being upgraded with wirelessly read tire air pressure monitors from Crane Aerospace & Electronics.
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Philadelphia Opens Its Doors to 2018 IMS

May 22, 2018
As the applications extrapolate for wireless devices and interest grows in millimeter-wave frequencies, the RF/microwave industry gathers together with great optimism for the ...
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Industry Shows Versatility At 2012 IMS

Aug. 10, 2012
Held in Canada for only the second time in its history, the 2012 IEEE International Microwave Symposium (IMS) brought a large influx of microwave engineers to Montreal, Quebec...