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Fuse Assemblies (5920-01-633-1212/1227/1228) - Sources Sought Synopsis and Contractors Capability Statement

General Information

Document Type:SRCSGT
Posted Date:Apr 10, 2017
Category: Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command, PK/PZ - Robins AFB, 215 Page Rd, Robins AFB, Georgia, 31098-1611, United States

Description

End Item Capabilities and Features Sources Sought Synopsis and Contractors Capability Statement SOURCES SOUGHT SYNOPSIS This market survey is being conducted to identify potential sources that may possess the expertise, capabilities, and experience to meet the requirements for qualification and production of Fuse Assemblies for use by United States Air Force (USAF) personnel. The level of security clearance and amount of foreign participation in this requirement has not been determined. Contractors/Institutions responding to this market research are placed on notice that participation in this survey may not ensure participation in future solicitations or contract awards. The government will not reimburse participants for any expenses associated with their participation in this survey. The Extractor Fuseholder and the Left and Right Pole Fuse Assemblies are a part of the Secondary Distribution Center (SDC) 150KVA (NSN 6110-01-168-8077) which is currently manufactured by PD Systems, Inc. (Cage 4V8V7). The function of the Secondary Distribution Center (SDC) is to accept primary power and reduce the voltage for distribution. Primary power can be either from a commercial power plant, engine driven prime power generator sets, or from another SDC. End Item Capabilities and Features: The Secondary Distribution Center Smart Module (SDC-SM) connects to the individual SDC outputs. The outputs are then routed through individually controlled contactors before being made available to loads. The SDC-SM in positioned next to the SDC, interconnection done with the included connector cables. The SDC-SM is designed to operate in conjunction with a standard SDC. The SDC-SM provides the SDC with the ability to control and monitor each individual output. Each SDC-SM contactor is tied into the controller for remote operations. Each contactor also has an associated multi-function transducer associated with it to display power quality for that output. The SDC-SM controller allows each output to be individually programmed with a priority setting for load shedding. The Operators Terminal provides the operator with total system power, warnings if an individual output is approaching its limit and if the total load is approaching maximum SDC capacity. The settings may be adjusted at any time from the on board operators terminal. The individual output monitoring allows operators to check individual phase balancing, quickly determine which output(s) are having loading issues, and take corrective action. The onboard controller has the ability to network with other SDC-SMs and back to an optional remote monitoring system.

Original Point of Contact

POC Randy W. Miller, Phone: 4789265871

Place of Performance

Address:
Contractors Facility, Robins AFB, Georgia, 31098, United States
31098,
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