Haefely Hipotronics Introduces New MIDAS Micro Webinar

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Haefely Hipotronics Introduces New MIDAS Micro Webinar
Haefely Hipotronics Introduces New MIDAS Micro Webinar

Haefely Hipotronics, a leading full-line manufacturer of high voltage test equipment and measurement instrumentation, launches their fourth video in a series of pre-recorded webinars. The webinar series combines application and product specific presentations geared towards those in the field of high voltage testing.

This latest webinar features Haefely Hipotronics' MIDAS micro 2883 insulation diagnosis test set. In addition to providing an overview of the product and its features, the MIDAS micro webinar covers topics such as: applications, key specifications, and how the MIDAS micro compares to previous MIDAS products.

It is now available on their website (see "WEBINAR" icon) and YouTube channel.

Posted on October 27, 2014 - (76 views)
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