Comprehensive Quality Control Drives High Product Reliability

VPT proudly manufactures power conversion solutions for critical power systems in avionics, military, and space applications. Client feedback lauds VPT for having the industry’s best control processes, product reliability, and overall satisfaction. This is a result of many factors that are all bound together with VPT’s proactive quality control program. Strict adherence to this program, [...]

Exploring VPT’s Role in Ground-Breaking Space Programs

We are amid a time of monumental importance for space technology and exploration. In the past few years alone, we’ve seen remarkable first-time accomplishments by both commercial and government space organizations, witnessing the first successful launch and landing of reusable rockets, the very first up-close images of Pluto, and the first launch of an asteroid [...]

Advancements in Electronics Packaging: How V-SHIELD® Offers Superior Operation

As a global leader in power conversion solutions for use in avionics, military, space, and industrial applications, VPT, Inc. understands the severe environments our products are destined to encounter. Extreme salt, air, pressure, and temperature conditions are just a few of the scenarios our DC-DC converters, EMI filters, and accessory power products regularly experience. Some [...]

VPT Recognized for Supplier Excellence by L3

L3 Space & Sensors has awarded VPT the Distinguished Supplier Award for Outstanding On-Time Delivery.  VPT is one of only three suppliers to receive this award for supplier performance in 2017.  The award acknowledges VPT’s commitment to delivering products to customers on time. L3 Space & Sensors (Cincinnati Electronics) is a leader in military and [...]

VPT’s Dan Sable Inducted into Virginia Tech’s Academy of Engineering Excellence

May 1, 2018 — VPT’s Co-founder and CEO, Dr. Dan Sable, was one of six Virginia Tech alumni to be inducted into VT’s College of Engineering Academy of Engineering Excellence last week. The academy was founded in 1999 by former Dean of the College of Engineering, F. William Stephenson, as well as the college’s advisory [...]