DEWETRON Announces New Exhibition Shows for Spring 2019

Meet DEWETRON officials and learn about new products and services at their upcoming Spring 2019 events.


East Greenwich, RI -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/29/2019 -- May 7 – May 9 representatives from DEWETRON Germany will be in Stuttgart at the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo. Join German COO @MichaelWellmann and see our new high speed power analyzer with PXI Express Bus Technology, DEWE3-PA8. Look for a larger than life, interactive model of the PA8 on the wall of our booth.

Also, May 7- May 9, visit us at the PCIM Europe show in Nuremberg. Both the high speed power analyzer with PXI Express Bus Technology, DEWE3-PA8 and our Mixed Signal Power Analyzer, DEWE2-PA7 will be on display.

The following week, May 15-17 we will be at the SMART Automation Austria show in Linz Austria and the POWER2Drive show in Munich. CPO @ChristophWiedner will be presenting 'The Challenges of Analyzing the Efficiency of Electrical Power Trains" at the POWER2DRIVE show. The DEWE3-PA8 will be on display at the DEWETRON booth with representatives from DEWETRON Germany on site to answer all your questions.

Finally, May 21-23 we will co-exhibiting the GeneSys Elektronik at the Automotive Testing Expo in Stuttgart. Our complete line of DEWE2 data acquisition hardware and TRION™ Signal Conditioning modules will be on display. Learn how ANY DEWE2 system can be turned into a mixed signal power analyzer with TRION power module(s). CEO @KlausQuint will be on site as well and available to answer all questions.

Our 2019 Product Guide, sporting a completely, new look is available for the taking at each show. Visit us and meet in person the people behind the logo.

Coming Fall of 2019, DEWETRON will be exhibiting at the Critical Power Show in Novi, Michigan September 11-13 and co-exhibiting with GeneSys Electrionk, Stahle and Test Cell Service at the Automotive Testing Expo, October 22-24, also at the Suburban Showplace in Novi, Michigan.

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