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EMCO High Voltage Corporation to Exhibit at Del Mar Electronics & Design Show
Date:4/11/2013

Sutter Creek, CA (PRWEB) April 11, 2013

EMCO High Voltage Corporation announced today that the high voltage power supply manufacturer will join hundreds of exhibitors at this year’s Del Mar Electronics & Design Show, which runs from May 1 through 2 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds in San Diego, California. Booth number 216.

Held annually, the Del Mar Electronics & Design Show attracts more than 4000 manufacturers, designers, and other professionals from the electronics, medical, and biotech industries. The event features live demonstrations, workshops, and presentations.

EMCO will present the company’s new line of ultra-miniature, surface mount high voltage power supplies. Designed to occupy less than one tenth of a cubic inch of volume, EMCO’s AG Series is ideal for applications requiring minimal size and weight, including avalanche photodiodes, electrophoresis, mass spectrometry, and sustaining ion pumps.

A team of EMCO sales engineers will be available to answer technical questions and discuss individual application requirements with trade show attendees at booth number 216 in Bing Crosby Hall. Attendance and parking are free.

About EMCO High Voltage Corporation

EMCO High Voltage Corporation leverages over forty years of research and high voltage design experience to develop power supply products that meet the most demanding requirements. The company’s industry-leading designs have garnered several awards, including the Key Partner Award from the University of Wisconsin, Most Innovative New Product of the Year in the Field of Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Davis, and Product of the Year
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