Amtex Electronics' releases 2004 catalogues
- 02 December, 2003 09:44
<p>Product Release – For immediate Use</p>
<p>AMTEX ELECTRONICS RELEASES 2004 CATALOGUES</p>
<p>Sydney, December 2nd, 2003– Amtex Electronics today announced that its 2004 Edition catalogues have been released.</p>
<p>The two new catalogues; a 144-page edition devoted to Displays and Systems and the 188-page Power Supplies publication have both been thoroughly updated to include new products and ranges. A complete physical redesign is another new feature and will make the catalogues easier to read.</p>
<p>Both catalogues are highly sought after by Australia’s manufacturing and industrial computing industries, as the displays, computer systems, powers supplies and battery charger products featured make them a useful reference source for engineers.</p>
<p>“Amtex aims to be the number one source of industrial computers and power supplies in Australia,” said General Manager Jim Kuswadi. “The breadth of the range in the 2004 catalogues is one step on our road to that goal. We will support the products by keeping large inventories in store so you can get the component you want when you need it, then back it up with our strong engineering team and service department.”</p>
<p>The catalogues can be obtained by contacting Amtex on: 02. 9809 5022 or by visiting: www.amtex.com.au</p>
Contact: (02) 9809 5022</p>
<p>About Amtex Electronics</p>
<p>Amtex Electronics was established in 1979, and is headquartered in Sydney. An ISO9002 Standards company, Amtex provides the professional electronics industry with products of high quality, reliable delivery times, technical support and after sales service. Two divisions support the needs of our nationwide customer base.
The Displays & Systems division is at the forefront of Flat Panel Display technology, with a range of LCD’s and electroluminescent displays. We also handle industrial single board computers and associated equipment, in kit form or fully assembled systems. Custom made industrial PCs and monitors are another specialty. Please contact us with your next requirement for industrial computers or monitors.
The Power Supply division handles switch mode power supplies, DC-DC converters, battery chargers, power inverters, and other power conversion products. Hundreds of different models are available from stock, with the majority certified to international and local safety and EMC standards. And if no standard product suits you, we can also design and build custom modified products.</p>
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