Chroma Systems Solutions Awarded GSA Schedule 66 to Provide Power Testing Instruments and Support to U.S. Government Agencies and Their Respective Purchasing Agents.
Lake Forest, CA: Chroma Systems Solutions, Inc., a leading provider of power test instruments and systems, is pleased to announce its award of the General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule 66 for Scientific Equipment & Services to provide their power testing instruments and support to U.S. Government agencies and their respective purchasing agents.
“The GSA Schedule allows us to increase our commitment of efficiently supplying our federal, state and local government customers,” said Steve Grodt, Chroma System Solutions’ Marketing Executive. “Our GSA Schedule has been constructed to meet Government need and military standards for electronic testing solutions using our line of innovative commercial-off-the-shelf power testing instruments. We are looking forward to continuing our support and providing our Government customers with accurate, state-of-the-art electronic test and measurement solutions.”
Chroma’s line of testing instruments is now available under their GSA Schedule GS-07F-0676W, which can be entered on the GSA Advantage! ordering website making Chroma’s instruments more readily accessible. Contact can also be made directly to Chroma Systems Solutions’ U.S. Headquarters in Lake Forest, California.
Chroma is one of the industry’s leading providers of power and safety testing instruments and systems including programmable AC Power Sources and DC Power Supplies, AC Loads and DC Electronic Loads, Digital Power Meters, MultiMeters, Safety Analyzers, Hipot Testers, and Automated Testing Systems. Their programmable measurement instruments and automated testing systems provide solutions for applications in Aerospace, Defense, Military, Automotive, Medical, Battery, Solar, Marine, and Regulatory Testing. Customized systems and instrumentation for power supply test and characterization include architecture and platforms built to fit diverse bench-top, R&D, design verification and automated test system technical requirements and specifications. Applications include testing of battery chargers, DC-DC converters, ATX and other types of AC power supplies, batteries, fuel cells, photovoltaic arrays and point-of-load voltage regulators.