Peerless Capabilities

Peerless Instrument Capabilities
Peerless Capabilities

Technical Superiority with Unmatched Knowledge and Experience

Peerless Instrument provides state-of-the-art electronic systems and software to the U.S. military. Our unmatched control systems are used in Navy propulsion systems for both submarines and aircraft carriers. Peerless also designs and manufactures advanced valve controllers for the process industry.

The business unit's products include instrumentation, valve actuators, valve and heater controls, digital signal processor cards, digital and numeric readout meters, time response test instrumentation, control equipment, COTS Power Supply Units and Automated Chemistry Analysis Systems.

Engineering and support services include embedded system design, shipboard automation and valve networking, microprocessor, FPGA, analog design, system integration, software design and qualification, and factory acceptance testing.

Peerless, part of the Defense Solutions Division at Curtiss-Wright, serves some of the world's most demanding military and commercial clients, delivering major technological advantages that exceed specified performance levels, while always setting the benchmark.

Peerless Instrument provides unique solutions because our specialized manufacturing and engineering departments are capable of adhering to key production specifications, including the following:

Military and commercial specifications

Peerless Instrument complies to the following specification protocols:

  • MIL-Q-9858A
  • IPC/EIA J-STD-001
  • IPC-A-610
  • IPC-WHMA-A-620 
Advanced Instrumentation & Control Systems
Control Systems
Engineering Services
Lean Manufacturing
Quality Assurance
Software Engineering
System Testing
Technical & Repair Support


State-of-the-art electronic assemblies, systems and software  

electronic assemblies, systems and software

Advanced instrumentation and control systems  

instrumentation and control systems

Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Monitoring Systems  
Oil, gas and petrochemical

monitoring systems