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IGBT-MODULE MIDA HAS WON THE FEDERAL STAGE OF THE 100 BEST GOODS OF RUSSIA CONTEST

10 12 2019

IGBT modules in a MIDA package for voltages up to 1700V and currents up to 600A have won the all-Russian contest of the Program “100 Best Goods of Russia” in the nomination “Industrial and Technical Products”.

This competition is held by a public organization "Academy of Quality Issues". Members of the Academy include more than a thousand Doctors and 800 PhDs, about 200 leaders of Russian research institutes and research centers, higher educational institutions and enterprises of the country.

Besides, the Academy is assisted in finding the best products of the country by the territorial bodies of the Gosstandart of Russia and its regional centers of standardization and metrology.

This is why the victory at the regional and now the federal stage of the competition and being awarded with the right to use the mark “100 best goods of Russia” became a real testament of professionals trust throughout the country.

The official awards ceremony will soon be held.

 

About Proton-Electrotex, JSC:

Proton-Electrotex is the Russian leader in designing and manufacturing power semiconductors including diodes, thyristors and IGBT modules as well as heatsinks, voltage suppressors, resistors and measurement equipment. The company is located in Orel city and ships its products through its partners and distributors all over the world.

PROTON-ELECTROTEX WON SOME PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS

23 07 2019

High quality of the production it is one of the main goal of the Proton-Electrotex company.

Company was awarded with the golden mark of quality “Russian National Mark (3rd millennium)”. This certification assures consumers that the product meets all requirements of the Russian government, meets all quality standards and is included in the National Program promoting the best Russian goods, services and technologies.

The following goods were awarded with the gold mark of quality:

  • IGBT MIAA 150-400A, 1200 / 1700V
  • IGBT MIDA 300-600A, 1200-1700V
  • IGBT MIFA 75-200A, 1200 / 1700V

Proton-Electrotex took part in contest Green Light held for promising technologies and products used in public transportation.

The FullSiC MCDA module presented by Proton-Electrotex has won this contest as a promising project for use in urban electric transport. The Award Commission includes representatives of organizations playing the leading role in urban transport development in Russia.

The Green Light contest is held by the committee organizing the ElectroTrans conference and exhibition. It is aimed to highlight new prospective products for urban electric transport.

POWER FORTRONIC 2019 20 Giugno 2019

22 02 2019

Saremo presenti alla fiera POWER FORTRONIC 2019 che si terrà a Modena il 20 Giugno 2019 dove in particolare presenteremo i nuovi sviluppi degli IGBT PROTON, tra cui il SIC-MOSFET IGBT.

PCIM 2019 NORIMBERGA 07-09 Maggio 2019

22 02 2019

PROTON-ELECTROTEX sarà presente al PCIM 2019 a NORIMBERGA che si terrà dal 07 Maggio al 9 Maggio 2019. 

Presenterà tutta la nuova gamma di prodotti e futuri sviluppi incluso il SIC-MOSFET IGBT.

Proton-Electrotex firma un accordo di vendita dei moduli IGBT con Alighiero Inti Sas

31 10 2017

Proton-Electrotex è lieta di annunciare che i nostri moduli IGBT sono ora disponibili presso il nostro rappresentante in Italia Alighiero Inti SAS.

Fondata nel 1986, Alighiero Inti è riconosciuta come uno dei maggiori distributori di elettronica industriale e semiconduttori di alta qualità in Italia, fornendo alle aziende leader dell'Europa meridionale prodotti e soluzioni all'avanguardia.

Dopo 5 anni di partnership e promozione di successo dei nostri prodotti sul mercato italiano, le aziende ora lanciano vendite di moduli IGBT in contenitori standard MIAA, MIFA e MIDA.

La nostra azienda è entusiasta di questa pietra miliare nei nostri rapporti ed esprime la fiducia nell'esperienza tecnologica di Alighiero Inti assicurando le spedizioni future dei nostri prodotti ai mercati europei.

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