FREMONT, Calif., Nov. 16, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Digital Power Corporation (NYSE:DPW) has been awarded a 3-year contract to manufacture and supply a fully custom, DC-DC multiple output power switching solution for a azimuth satellite control system to be used by the Israel Defense Forces for precision weapons in tactical warfare. Digital Power was awarded this renewable contract due in part to its proven record of providing high quality and extremely reliable complex power solutions that have been successfully deployed in Modular Azimuth Position Systems for tactical warfare. The company can provide customers with low voltage power supply (LVPS) products for defensive and offensive weapons used in air, land, sea and space, and for command and control systems. Designed to operate in GPS-disturbed or jammed battlefield scenarios, the Digital Power LVPS products feature a persistent capability that provides the azimuth satellite control systems with continuous stable power through multiple power sources in the harshest operating conditions. Amos Kohn, President and CEO of Digital Power Corporation, said, "We are proud that the superb product quality and service that we provide to our leading global aerospace and defence customers result in continuing awards of contracts for us to manufacture and supply LVPS products for a variety of systems. The Aazimuth Satellite Control Systems Project represents one of the most significant self-contained hybrid land navigation systems, designed to provide autonomous position initialization and moving base alignment for land and amphibious vehicles in the battlefield." Mr. Kohn continued, "The cost-effective and compact design of the LVPS products are suitable for installation on a wide range of platforms, such as self-propelled guns, artillery radar, rocket launchers, mortars, observation vehicles and other vehicles types. The products are designed for use in various combat scenarios and serve as critical components of systems that provide ground forces with the persistent capability to determine precise positioning and direction in all weather conditions without requiring a battlefield survey."