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Solar and high frequency transformer-based industrial inverters are the latest in the market

These inverters offer a high degree of reliability, reduced size of components, have increased safety and a longer life By Kartiki Negi Monday, June 02, 2014: Industrial inverters are designed to handle heavy loads on a daily basis. These inverters have a...

Access control devices are migrating to IP and wireless technology

Access control devices are today not only efficient and high on performance, but are also easy to use By Richa Chakravarty Tuesday, May 27, 2014: Access control systems have long been perceived as just security tools but, over the years, various industries...

UPS systems and inverters witnessing new technologies and designs to support sophisticated appliances

Stiff pricing, inferior rating and lower quality batteries are some of the challenges being faced by UPS/inverter industry By Abhishek A Mutha Tuesday, May 27, 2014:  Due to shortage of power in the country, backup power system market is undoubtedly growing...

The latest in pick and place machines

A pick and place machine, also known as a mounter, is the heart of the SMT assembly process and is an expensive piece of equipment. Hence, buyers need to plan very carefully before making a purchase as there are...

Govt’s lack of foresight, political controversies and budget problems lead to slow pace of...

Indian investors are right now sceptical about making any investments in the solar sector. This is mainly due to the fact that JNNSM has been in waiting mode for months, as the Central government has been indecisive and has...

VGF model for solar projects viable, But needs financial engineering techniques

Monday, May 12, 2014: In a good news for India's solar power endeavors, India Ratings in its latest 'Financially Engineering the Solar Projects to Shine' report has suggested that the viability gap funding (VGF) model for the batch I,...

Big electronics manufacturers are already using alternatives to HCFC

The big and medium manufacturers understand the harmful effects of HCFC and have taken precautions well in advance to meet the challenges of phasing it out. Small manufacturers, however, may face difficulties in changing over to new cleaning processes By...

National scheme to support MSMEs in ESDM sector

The scheme aims at providing financial support to MSMEs to promote manufacturing, improve quality and encourage exports By EB Bureau Friday, May 09, 214: The electronic system design and manufacturing (ESDM) sector in India is dominated by global giants like Samsung, Nokia,...

Top 15 UPS system and inverter manufacturers in India

By Richa Chakravarty Wednesday, April 23, 2014: Despite a power-starved market waiting to be served, the UPS system and inverter market in India has failed to live up to growth expectations in the last financial year (2012-13). As the backup power...

The latest in electronic dry cabinets

Tuesday, April 22, 2014: Model: F1 series ultra low humidity dry cabinet, Brand: Dr Storage, Manufacturer: Ace Dragon Corporation, Taiwan Dr Storage launched its F1 series ultra low humidity dry cabinet in November 2013, which has the dehumidifying ability to reach...

Advanced soldering stations can meet all requirements of miniature-scale and complex manufacturing

Today’s soldering stations come with ultra-precise heating and temperature control, thanks to innovative technologies. These are also specifically designed for micro-soldering applications By Richa Chakravarty Monday, April 21, 2014: A soldering station is an intrinsic part of electronics manufacturing. Today, the makers...

Solar modules are being designed to increase curb appeal, improve aesthetics and increase adoption

As new technologies are yet to be proven, the industry needs to make optimum use of technologies that are currently dominant By Richa Chakravarty Friday, April 18,2014: The solar industry in India is getting more competitive and the race is on...

Today’s power meters and power analysers are more accurate and offer multiple functions

Power meters and power analysers are not only becoming multi-functional, but are also being incorporated in other testing instruments By Richa Chakravarty Wednesday, April 16, 2014: In testing instruments, it is necessary to accurately measure and monitor power and voltage, which...

The latest in power meters and power analyers

Wednesday, April 16,2014: Model: PX8000, Brand: Yokogawa, Manufacturer: Yokogawa Meters & Instruments Corporation, Japan Launched in January 2014, the PX8000 precision power scope combines power analyser and oscilloscope technologies to offer a new dimension in time-based power measurement. The PX8000 precisely...

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