Beyond Continuity & HiPot Measurements Seminar

Category

Conferences

Date:

Tue, May 09, 2017

Location:

Wisconsin Center, Room 202A, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Description:

CAMI Research will hold this complimentary, seminar the morning of Tuesday, May 9 at the Wisconsin Center. Space is limited, so early booking is advised.

Topics: Test Documentation; Data Security (operator log-in & privilege levels); Real-time screening for intermittent connections; Automation scripting; Barcode-tracking & archival data-logging; Benefits of High Voltage (HiPot) Testing; Q&A

Each seminar attendee will be eligible to participate in a drawing to win $500 in CableEye accessories.

Time: 10:30am
Duration: 1 hr

Presenter: Christopher E. Strangio is the President and founder of CAMI Research and holds degrees in Electrical Engineering from Villanova University and MIT. A lecturer at the MIT Lowell Institute for twenty years, and author/presenter of a mucroprocessors multimedia course for the MIT Center for Advanced Engineer Study, he has been awarded two patents, developed the CableEye PC-based cable & harness test system, and is a senior member of the IEEE.

Url:

http://camiresearch.com/Campaigns/wpt-expo.html#Free-Seminar

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