EPLAX part of “Germany at CERN”
EPLAX enjoys success and visits from illustrious guests at their booth at the 12th CERN industry exhibition in Geneva
CERN's innovative experimental setups involve unusual requirements for electronics power supplies. As a specialist for customized power supply units, EPLAX is thrilled to meet these challenges with highly effective solutions.
The exhibition yielded numerous promising approaches for the development and production of new customized, application-specific power supplies.
Many CERN researchers graced the EPLAX booth with a visit during the two days of the exhibition. EPLAX's exhibition team enjoyed numerous interesting and inspiring discussions with guests including CERN Director General Professor Rolf-Dieter Heuer.
Dr. Karl Eugen Huthmacher, head of department at the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, also visited our booth and was interested in our company's performance capacity.
Who is EPLAX?
EPLAX develops, manufactures and provides power supply solutions in nearly every industrial application, our VEROPOWER brand is synonymous with reliability and durability.
Formerly Elektro-Automatik, re-branding to EPLAX was the result of a management buy-out in 2006. The entire staff, the production facilities in Bremen and our development resources were acquired as well - so, apart from the name, very little has changed. VERO, Elektro-Automatik Schaltnetzgeräte, now EPLAX: find out more about our successful, 50-year company history.
What does EPLAX stand for?
Our company philosophy is based on three pillars: quality, innovation and experience. They are the foundation on which our strong, experienced team develops efficient, reliable power supplies of worldwide renown - from standard 19" plug-in power supply units to highly complex, customised OEM solutions.
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