Posts Tagged ‘Smart Tweezers’

Siborg Expands Reseller’s in South East Asia

// November 7th, 2014 // No Comments » // Distributors, LCR-Reader, News, ST-5S

Siborg Systems Inc. has gained new resellers for Smart Tweezers and LCR-Reader in Vietnam and Thailand to serve customers in South East Asia

These new resellers include;

T&P Thang Long (Ha Noi, Vietnam); T&P offers a comprehensive and optimal solutions in: liquid transport solutions for chemicals, food, beverage, petroleum, water, wastewater, etc. Lifting and transport solutions, sealing solutions and connecting pipes, and lubricant solutions.

Anphanam International Co. Ltd. (Ha Noi, Vietnam); Anphanam offers equipment and material for industrial and mechanical procesing in service industries and manufacturing. They provide equipment and consumables for welding, stonework, pumps, gearboxes, hydraulic equipment, fabrication, design, installation, mechanical equipment, and products. Anphanam also offers advice and technical assistance and training.

Hason Technology and Trading Co. Ltd. (Ha Noi, Vietnam); Hason is an authorized distributor and service provider for Japanses manufacturers such as Amada, Amano, Shinmaywa, Hisaka, etc. and offer products for metal processing, pipe racking, electronics, air filtration and work environment systems, factory automation, test equipment and hand tools.

Neovac Co. Ltd. (Thailand); Nevoc distributes and installs filtration systems and offers other tools.

PMC Technology (Bangkok, Thailand); PMC is a leading supplier of mechanical drive, automation motion control, metrology, test equipment and optical products to numerous industries including the hard disk, electronic, and automotive industries as well as research institutes and universities. They also provide installation, support and hands-on training for users and services for all their equipment.

DT Techsolutions Pte. Ltd. (Singapore); DT Techsolutions offers a complete range of test and measurement equipment and software for educational and research institutions, Research and Development, production and installation. They have years of experience setting up test and measurement labs.

 

For more information;

Thang Long P&T International Co. Ltd.
Quoc Phuong, Director
Thang Long P&T International Co. Ltd.
No 23, 405/17 Lane, Ngoc Hoi Str, Ha Noi Vietnam
Phone: +84.947292786, +84.963869396

Anphanam International Co. Ltd.
Ms Nguyen Thi Thanh Xuan, Purchasing Department
No. 137A, Nguyen Van Cu Str., Long Bien Dist. Ha Noi
Phone: +84 4 3872 6918 (ext. 13)
Fax: +84 4 3872 6919

Hason Technology and Trading Co. Ltd.
Ms. Nguyen Thi Bich Thuy, Purchasing
No. 1, 172, Thai Thinh, Dong Da, Hanoi Vietnam
Phone: +84 4 3785 3839
Fax:+84 4 3785 3883

Neovac Co. Ltd.
Tony, Purchasing
Thailand
Phone: 66861962496

PMC Technology
Chairat Srinutisup
10 Ruamchitt Rd., Thanonnakornchaisri, Dusit, Bangkok 10300 Thailand
Phone: 662 667 4501
Fax: 662 667 4506

DT Techsolutions Pte Ltd
Mathi, Purchasing
2 Jurong East Street 21# 04-20, IMM Building
Singapore 609601
Tel/fax: +65 66491916

Marketing in China for Smart Tweezers and LCR-Reader

// November 7th, 2014 // No Comments » // Distributors, LCR-Reader, News, ST-5S

Siborg Systems Inc. has gained new partners to serve customers in China and surrounding Asia. These new partners will offer a closer-to-home alternative to ordering their devices from North America.

These new partners include;

Sugimoto China; based in Shenzhen, Sugimoto offers more than 500 000 kinds of domestic and international famous brands of industrial products, including tools, equipment and materials.

Shenzhen Maple General Technology Co.; founded in 2004, with headquarters in Nanshan District, Shenzhen Science and Technology Park; Shenzhen Maple General Technology Co. has become one of the largest equipment dealers, systems integrators and integrated service providers. They also have offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Zhuhai and Dongguan.

Shanghai PanXi Electronics Co. Ltd.; based in Hong Kong, Shanghai PanXi Electronics Co., Ltd. is a distributor of imported testing equipment, including LeCroy, EA, Agilent Instruments and other famous manufactures of products.

 

For more information:

 

Contact Sugimoto
Vivian Bian, Purchasing Dept.
Sugimoto Trade Co., Ltd.
A-1606 World Trade Plaza,
No. 9 Fuhong Road, Futian District,
Shenzhen, Shenzhen, Guangdong
China, 518030
Phone: 0755-83501888-879
Fax: 0755-89698555
Toll Free: 400-885-3088 / 400-885-4088

Contact Shenzhen Maple General Technology Co.

David Yip Wai
Universal Technology Co., Ltd. Shenzhen
Nanshan District, Shenzhen Science Park Road North on the 2nd New Oriental Harbor 2 301
Tel: 0755-86677030
Fax: 0755-83323909

Contact Shanghai PanXi Electronics Co. Ltd.
Bony Xi, Purchasing
19D, BeiHai Building, No. 859, Tian Yao Qiao Road
Shanghai 200030, China
Tel: +86 21-64867827, 64865993
Fax: +86 21-64867564

Smart Tweezers and LCR-Reader LCR-meters Gain New Distributor in Singapore

// October 1st, 2014 // No Comments » // Distributors, LCR-Reader, News, ST-5S

Siborg Systems Inc. has signed a new distribution deal with AOne Electrotest Services in Singapore. This new deal will serve customers in Singapore and surrounding Asian areas.

AOne, established in 2007, are a premium distributor of high-quality measuring electronics and electrical test equipment, offering brands such as Additel, Kaise, Kewtech, Tenmars, Flir-Systems, Chauvin Arnoux, etc. Instrumentation is their core business and are dedicated to meet the customers’ every need. AOne aims to cater for the growing needs of all electronics and electrical test and measuring equipment in Singapore. From July 2009, AOne Electrotest Services was incorporated to a Private Limited Company.

“We are excited for this new deal with AOne,” says the Director at Siborg, Michael Obrecht, “Our customers will greatly appreciate having a distributor in their area, and we believe that Smart Tweezers will be a great fit among their already existing line of test equipment and products.”

 

Smart Tweezers ST-5S; An Updated ST-5 Coming Soon

// April 3rd, 2014 // No Comments » // News, ST-5S, ST5

Siborg Systems Inc. will soon be releasing the newest model in the Smart Tweezers line, the ST-5S. This model is toted as the bridge model between the ST-5 and the LCR-Reader, with the same functionality, features and high basic accuracy as the ST-5 model, but with the lighter, smaller design of the LCR-Reader, at only 1 oz.

Upon first glance, the main differences between previous ST-5 and the ST-5S is the smaller size and bright OLED screen, providing better contrast. With a one-button navigation, the menu and settings are easily accessible.

The new model will be available in April-May of 2014.

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Smart Tweezers with Rechargeable Batteries

// January 31st, 2011 // No Comments » // Smart Tweezers Questions and Answers

Digital Multimeter Smart Tweezers comes in two models: with regular disposable batteries and with rechargeable batteries and inductive charger. If you use Smart Tweezers very often, say 2 hours of continuous use a day, and you use regular disposable batteries, your batteries will be depleted in about a month and you will then have to replace them. Eventually this will lead to damage of the thread in the plastic housing and you will need to replace the housing. If you use the rechargeable model, and you always put Smart Tweezers on the charging cradle when you do not use it, your batteries will last for about a year, even for a heavy use. The charger uses a trickle-charge charging in order to increase the battery life.

Digital Multimeter Smart Tweezers does not measure

// January 5th, 2011 // No Comments » // Smart Tweezers Tricks and Tips

There are two  most likely reasons why Digital Multimeter Smart Tweezers does not measure:

  1. The front-end circuit is burned. This happens if you apply voltage higher than allowable (1.4 Volts in Auto mode and 8 Volts in Voltage mode) or try to measure a charged capacitor with Smart Tweezers. Obviously Smart Tweezers require repair in this case.
  2. The slide-switch at the bottom-left corner of Smart Tweezers is in wrong (right-most) position. In this case the problem is easily fixable by sliding the switch into the right (left-most) position.

What is the difference between Excelta’s TM-200 IntelliTweeze and Smart Tweezers

// October 10th, 2010 // No Comments » // Smart Tweezers Questions and Answers

Excelta’s TM-200 IntelliTweeze is the same device as Smart Tweezers digital multimeter.

Measuring Small Inductances with Digital Multimeter Smart Tweezers

// September 3rd, 2010 // No Comments » // Smart Tweezers Tricks and Tips

Smart Tweezers are capable of measuring inductances as small as 1 micro Henry with accuracy of about 5%. However, it should be kept in mind that Automatic mode is not suitable for this type of measurements and gives results roughly 10% lower than actual values.  Setting the Test Frequency to 10 KHz resolves the problem. Another thing has to be noted: inductive components are designed for a use at specific frequency and this frequency is shown in the component datasheet. Very often this frequency is much higher than that used by Digital Multimeter Smart Tweezers and therefore values measured at 0.1, 1 and 10 KHz may significantly differ from the nominal value of the component.

Parasitic probe capacitance of Smart Tweezers

// August 25th, 2010 // No Comments » // Smart Tweezers Tricks and Tips

How to extract parasitic probe capacitance of Smart Tweezers?

The parasitic probe capacitance depends on the distance between the tips, that is it will be different for different measured component sizes. To obtain the value of capacitance of the Smart Tweezers probes of you have to do following:

a) Select mode for capacitance measurements by setting MEASURE -> MODE -> CAP. Letter C will indicate that you selected capacitance measurement mode.

b) Select measurement frequency 10 kHz by setting MEASURE -> FREQ -> 10 kHz

c) When you squeeze the probes until the size of the gap is equal to the size of component which you are going to measure the parasitic capacitance value will be displayed on the screen. This is the value that you have to subtract from any measured capacitance of the same size. Typical parasitic probe capacitance is about 1.5 pF.