New Smart Tweezers Web Page for Users in India

New Delhi, India (PressExposure) October 11, 2012 -- A deal between Canadian manufacturer of Smart Tweezers, Siborg Systems Inc. based in Waterloo, Canada, and Advance Tech Services Pvt. Ltd. in New Delhi, India, to promote the electronics tester in India is followed by a new website launched featuring instructionals and how-to's for the LCR-meter.

The unique device features automatic Inductance (L), Resistance(R) and Capacitance (C) measurements with just a touch of the tweezer tips to any passive or through hole component. With a patented mechatronic design, Smart Tweezers has very low and well defined parasitics, allowing for easy elimination using the Semi-Automatic Offset Subtraction option. This option allows measurements of very small capacitances and resistances of 1 picofarad and 1 milliohm range.

Other available devices offer only resistance and capacitance measurements, but Smart Tweezers also offers Inductance measurements to a fraction of a microhenry, making it an undisputable tool for work in radio electronics.

"This website will give Indian clients a better feeling of what this remarkable device would allow them to do, including a short video. " says Ajay Gupta, Director of Marketing at Advance Tech Services Pvt. Ltd. "Light weight and nearly pen size make Smart Tweezers extremely useful for any kind of field work. On the other hand, 0.2% basic measurement accuracy is normally achievable only with much more expensive bench-type LCR-meters. It is very important that Smart Tweezers virtually can be used without reading the manual, it is almost fully automatic and gives you the value of a component, whether it is L, C or R immediately when you touch it with the tweezer tips."

Other features available on Smart Tweezers include; automatic LCR and equivalent series resistance (ESR) measurements, continuity and diode testing, adjustable test signals, component sorting (with 1%, 5%, 10%, and 20% tolerance), semi-automatic offset subtraction, display of active and reactive impedance components, they are ideal for small components, as small as 0201 size (0.3mm), as well as a long life Li-Ion battery and 2 oz. weight.

Advance Tech Services Pvt. Ltd. is currently offering an introductory Sales Price for Smart Tweezers ST5.

About Siborg Systems Inc.

About Siborg Systems Inc:

Established in 1994, Siborg Systems Inc. is a source of engineering software and hardware tools for semiconductor and electronics industry. Located in the city of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, it enjoys being part of the local world-renowned high-tech community.

About Advance Tech Services:

The company was established in 1996. Their main target is Electronics in various industries, including Telecom, Defence, Health Care, Automotive, Space, Consumer Electronics and Electronics maintenance in Processing Plants. With Headquarters Office in New Delhi and branch offices in Bangalore, Pune, Mumbai and Hyderabad the Company can quickly and efficiently serve virtually any city in India.

ATS is an exclusive distributor for Goot, Engineer Inc, Sheshido Electric Company and Ceder, Japan; Plato Product Inc. and Paladin Tools USA; ASA Enterprise Corporation,Taiwan; Interflux, Singapore/Belgium, and Piergiacomi, Italy.

Among various product categories that ATS carries, to name a few, are:
soldering/desoldering solutions, screw assembly solutions, ESD clean room and ESD solutions, dispensing solutions, mold gate cutting tools, chemicals.

For more information:

Advance Tech Services Pvt. Ltd., Head Office (Delhi)

709-710, GD-ITL Towers, B-8, Netaji Subhash Place, Pitampura, New Delhi - 110034 India

Phone: +91-11-47002024, Fax: +91-11-47002029

Branch Office (Bangalore)

507, A-wing, 6, Mittal Tower, M. G. Road, Bangalore - 560001 India.

Phone: +91-080-25327460, 30521154, Fax: +91-080-25327454

Branch Office (Pune)

A-602, 5th Floor, Mega Centre, Pune - Solapur Road, Hadapsar, Pune - 411028 India.

Phone: +91-020-30421603


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