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July, 2020 EPLAN Offers Webcasts, Training and Consulting


Schaumburg, IL — EPLAN is now offering a number of online services,


including webcasts that provide users with specific and practical support.


Remote consulting and meeting through video conferencing is another facet of the new service, augmented by the online EPLAN Training Academy. Approximately 200 participants


www.smtna.com NEW GENERATION REFLOW


took part in the first U.S. webcasts, “EPLAN and working at home,” which demonstrated significant demand for customer support. The company is reacting by building an entire package of digital offerings. Topics include remote access to EPLAN software, VPN connections to company net- works and cloned master data, each covered in one-hour webcasts. They are also now available as on-demand video streams. Another webcast series, titled


“More Efficient Use of EPLAN Platform and New Engineering Methods,” is also available. This series covers such topics as the new Version 2.9, collaborating with teams virtually, using reporting tools, redlining workflow, and the compa- ny’s ePULSE cloud solutions. These


webcasts are available free of charge. Onsite personal consultation


has been the standard, but EPLAN customers now have the option of receiving consulting services digital- ly. These remote consultations can be used to take a closer look at the com- pany’s processes and to proactively implement processes that may be overdue. The EPLAN Training Academy


is also expanding its range of e-learn- ing courses. The academy offers train- ing courses on various topics, includ- ing basic training for many product areas, such as EPLAN Electric P8 and EPLAN Pro Panel. Also offered online are in-depth training courses on macro and device technology, device and


master data creation and PLCs. Contact: EPLAN Software &


Services, LLC, 425 N. Martingale Road, Suite 470, Schaumburg, IL 60173 % 847-744-5729 E-mail: raymundo.d@eplanusa.com Web: www.eplanusa.com


reflow soldering


vacuum soldering


temperature treatment


customized solutions


Machines for Thermal Processes from –50 °C up to +450 °C


Clips with Kapton Tape from Keystone


Surface Mount Fuse


New Hyde Park, NY — Keystone Electronics Corporation is now offering surface mount fuse clips with Kapton tape as an option for its comprehensive line of tape-and-reel packaging. The addition of the Kapton tape


across the top surface of the SMT fuse clips allows for a more secure part picked up by vacuum pick-and- place assembly systems. Kapton tape is currently being


offered on Keystone 2AG, 0.2 in. (5 mm), mini auto blade and standard auto blade SMT fuse clips. Each of these Kapton-enhanced products is supplied on tape-and-reel per ANSI/EIA-481 standard, with delivery from stock through Keystone’s global distribution network. Samples may be obtained from Keystone’s distributors


or directly from the company. Keystone offers a comprehensive


line of fuse clips and holders for a wide variety of fuse sizes and styles, elec- tronic components and hardware and


SMT fuse clips with Kapton tape.


provides a full complement of stamp- ing, machining and assembly services. An in-house, application engineering group is on hand to aid customers who need product modifications or special


designs. Contact: Keystone Electronics Corp., 55 South Denton Avenue,


New Hyde Park, NY 11040 % 800-221-5510 E-mail: kec@keyelco.com Web: www.keyelco.com


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