Introducing Distrelec’s first free webinar series

February 11, 2019 | 11:44
Introducing Distrelec’s first free webinar series
Introducing Distrelec’s first free webinar series
Distrelec, leading European distributor of electronics, automation and measurement technology, is excited to launch their very first free webinar series. Launching on the 27th February 2019 at 1500 CET, the first webinar will be hosted in association with leading supplier of test and measurement devices, Tektronix.
 
Steve Herd, Head of Customer Proposition and Product Management at Distrelec, comments; “In response to the rapidly advancing technological landscape and consumer desire to stay ahead of industry trends, Distrelec are collaborating with our network of supplier partners to a deliver a compelling webinar series. Over the course of the year, the series will be dedicated to providing customers with free access to practical product application information, insight from industry professionals and smarter solutions to project challenges.”
 
The first webinar of the series will focus on the ways in which the battery life of IoT devices can be maximised. Drawing on experience with manufacturers such as Ericsson Mobile Communications, Gerranti Technologies and Tunstall Group Components, Chris Godfrey, Technical Marketing Manager at Tektronix, will cover the measurement challenges associated with qualifying and selecting low power components, realistic emulation of battery discharge and how to determine low battery shut off voltage. 
 
The webinar will cover learnings applicable for design engineers, test engineers and test technicians alike, as well as those interested in how to select and qualify low power components, how to reliably measure power consumption and how to profile an IoT battery.
 
Godfrey comments; “The Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) affects all aspects of our lives, from energy harvesting, to healthcare, transport and other industries. Designers need to measure, simulate and model battery life cycles in the presences of very small current requirements – quickly and accurately.”
 
Registration is now live, follow this link for further details.
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