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Electrocomp holds successful technical seminars
19 July 2017, News

The Electrocomp Group once again held its ‘SA Best’ technical training seminar series on 16 May at Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg; 17 May at Sica’s Guest House in Durban; and 18 May at Stellenbosch Lodge in Cape Town.

All three days were well attended by a cross section of engineers and designers from the electronics industry, who were able to deepen their knowledge through a series of presentations given by local and overseas experts, as well as network and get some hands-on time with products during breaks in proceedings.

Represented by member companies Electrocomp, NuVision Electronics and CST Electronics, a diverse range of topics were covered. They included Maxim Integrated’s DeepCover security portfolio and its potential for IoT applications; Fibocom’s G510 wireless module with LCC package, supporting 850/900/1800/1900 MHz frequencies; designing with Monolithic Power Systems’ DC-DC converters, lithium-ion battery chargers and LED drivers using MPS design tools; the Renesas Synergy comprehensive, integrated design platform for bringing complex system designs to market fast; the rugged GTT carrier grade wireless enclosure and antenna solution for outdoor applications; and Silicon Labs’ Wireless Gecko portfolio for Bluetooth Smart, mesh networking and single-chip multiprotocol designs.

Terry Cousins (Johannesburg), Colin Govender (Durban) and Marius Celliers (Cape Town) were lucky recipients of R500 Takealot gift vouchers sponsored by Dataweek.

For more information contact Electrocomp, +27 (0)11 458 9000, andrew@electrocomp.co.za, www.electrocomp.co.za


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