element14 adds product portfolios from GW Instek, OsramOptco
Development distributor element14 announced the addition of product portfolios from two new suppliers in recent weeks.
On 15 May, the company announced the addition of GW Instek test and measurement instruments to its range, including programmable power supplies, electrical safety testers, signal sources and power analysers. Key GW Instek products to be stocked by element14 include the APS-7050 programmable linear AC power source, the GPT-9603 electrical safety tester and the MFG-2110 10 MHz function generator.
“The addition of the GW Instek range of products provides greater choice for our customers through a wider offering of test and measurements products,” said James McGregor, Global Head of Test & Tools at element14. “GW Instek has an industry reputation for quality, reliability, affordable prices and ease of use. These products are incredibly competitively priced and help electronics manufacturers to reduce testing costs and increase their productivity.”
One week later, element14 expanded its range of semiconductor products by adding the Osram Opto Semiconductors product portfolio to its global offering, including LEDs, infrared emitters, photodiodes, optical sensors and more. Key products to be stocked by element14 include the OSLON Black family of infrared LEDs, the SFH 2200 family of photodiodes, the TOPLED E1608 family of low-power LEDs, SFH 4776 broadband infrared LEDs and the SYNIOS P2720 LED platform.
Osram Opto Semiconductors has more than 40 years’ experience developing cutting-edge products in the fields of illumination, visualisation and sensor technology. The Osram range extends element14’s line card to provide customers with products to support applications in markets such as automotive, mobile, smart grid, metering, industrial, office and building automation, energy management and network infrastructure.
“The addition of the Osram Opto Semiconductors range of products further increases the breadth of element14’s semiconductor product offering,” said Lee Turner, Global Head of Semiconductors and Single Board Computing at element14: “Osram is a key player in the optoelectronics semiconductor market and this new relationship provides design engineer customers with access to cutting-edge technology to build into their designs, helping them achieve a competitive edge on their competition.”
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