Since the late 80s Teseq & formerly Schaffner have sold over 10’000 ESD simulators in 5 generations. The 10’000th unit has been sold to EMC Kashima (President Mr. Masaru Nakayama , www.emc-kashima.co.jp), a leading EMC and safety lab in Japan. EMC Kashima, located in Chiba near Tokyo, has been a leader in EMC testing for ITE, industrial, scientific, medical equipment, automotive components and so on, since it was founded in 1991. EMC Kashima was already using many Teseq Test Equipment generators including several conducted automotive systems and ESD guns and they purchased an additional NSG 438 ESD simulator towards the end of last year, which turned out to be the 10,000th unit delivered.
Japanese and Swiss culture match well together in their emphasis on quality, precision and service. With solutions developed and manufactured in Switzer-land and Germany and sold by Teseq’s local sales and service organization in Japan, we ensure that the customer gets the most advanced product with the best possible service. Through constant innovation, Teseq has kept its leading position in the EMC market and ESD, and will do so in the future.
ESD is one of the most common EMC tests performed by our customers and Teseq (previously Schaffner Test Systems) has always been a global leader in selling state of the art ESD guns. Our ESD guns can be found in almost all EMC laboratories worldwide and are being used by many customers doing in-house testing, too. Teseq has always been at the forefront of ESD design – NSG 435 which has been sold for over 10 years now and continues to be one of the top selling ESD guns was revolutionary with its internal battery and simple operation. Addressing the Automotive market, Teseq introduced the NSG 438, building on all the features our customers had liked about NSG 435, but extending the operating voltage to 30 kV and adding further innovative functions such as automatic ISO calibration showing that we keep our products up-to-date regarding the standards and endeavour to make life easier for the user. Working with a leading automotive components company, we developed NSG 439, a fully robotic ESD solution to enable repetitive tests to be carried out accurately on even small multi pin connectors. To celebrate the success in selling 10,000 ESD simulators and to further expand our product line-up, we recently introduced NSG 437, a fully functional 30 kV ESD gun, with a very competitive price. The addition of the NSG 437 simulator shows even more how Teseq has the most comprehensive line-up of ESD simulators and accessories in the industry.
After taking delivery of the 10,000th ESD gun, we invited our customer to Switzerland to celebrate with us this milestone with a company tour and trip to Top of Europe/ Jungfraujoch, Interlaken and Lucerne, highlights of Swiss tourism. EMC Kashima held a lottery to decide the representative and Mr. Ohmizu, an automotive test engineer was the lucky winner. David Bergin, General Manager of Teseq Japan accompanied Mr. Ohmizu to Switzerland where Johannes Schmid, President of the Teseq group presented Mr. Ohmizu with a commemorative plaque and introduced him to the Teseq engineers and staff members who had been involved in the ESD history of Teseq.
Welcome to our scenic splendours of Interlaken. And to memorable moments of magic. Interlaken, the holiday resort rich in tradition, in the heart of the Swiss Alps, situated between the Lakes of Thun and Brienz and at the foot the famous trio of peaks, the Eiger, the Mönch and the Jungfrau. Come and join the action, all in the most spectacular of settings.
The unforgettable trip to our high-Alpine wonderland of eternal ice and snow is the true ''highlight'' of a visit to Switzerland. At an amazing 3454 metres, this is Europe's highest-altitude railway station. This unique round-trip by modern cogwheel railway takes you first to Kleine Scheidegg, altitude 2061 metres, at the foot of the notorious Eiger North Wall. From here the Jungfrau railway climbs to the station at Eiger-gletscher, well known for its mountain restaurant and polar dog kennels. The trip continues through the Eigertunnel to the stations at Eigerwand and Eismeer, with a five minutes stop at each where you enjoy spectacular sightseeing through large observation windows hewn from solid Alpine rock. And then the arrival on the Jungfraujoch, in the heart of a glorious glacier world on the very roof of Europe! Superb views extend as far as the summits of the Vosges Mountains in France and the Black Forest in Germany. The Great Aletsch Glacier, at 22 km the longest ice-stream in the Alps, begins on the Jungfraujoch-Top of Europe.
Lucerne, the gateway to central Switzerland, sited on Lake Lucerne, is embedded within an impressive mountainous panorama. Thanks to its attractions, its souvenir and watch shops, the beautiful lakeside setting and the nearby excursion mountains of the Rigi, Pilatus and Stanserhorn. Complete with gable paintings, the covered, medieval Chapel Bridge forms the centrepiece of Lucerne’s townscape and is considered to be one of the oldest, covered wooden bridges in Europe. A further landmark of the town is the Museggmauer, a wall which, with the exception only of one of its towers, has been preserved in its original, well-fortified state.
We thank all of our customers who have contributed to this success over the last years!
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