ebm-papst St. Georgen, subsidiary of the ebm-papst group of companies in Mulfingen, Germany is known as a global pioneer and trend setter in the field of compact fans and drive engineering. The Black Forest-based company supplies intelligent solutions for a variety of sectors such as automobiles, rail technology, internal logistics, electronics and medical technology. The Herbolzheim plant is the technology center for the automobile industry. Turnover in the 2015/16 financial year totaled around € 336m. ebm-papst St. Georgen employs over 1,460 members of staff in Germany.
With industryleading German-engineered compact fans, ebm-papst can provide the perfect solution for your LED application. One of the most significant advantages that ebm-papst fans have on the life of the LED light is due to the reliability of our products. With active cooling solutions far surpassing the 50,000+ hour promise the industry is accustomed to, an ebm-papst fan is now the LED light’s most efficient cooling source.
EBV Elektronik, an Avnet (NYSE:AVT) company, was founded in 1969 and is the leading specialist in European semiconductor distribution. EBV maintains its successful strategy of personal commitment to customers and excellent services. 226 Technical Sales Specialists provide a strong focus on a selected group of long-term manufacturing partners. 128 continuously trained Application Specialists offer extensive application know-how and design expertise. With the EBVchips Program, EBV, together with its customers, defines and develops new semiconductor products. Targeted customers in selected growth markets will be supported by the Vertical Sales Segments. Warehouse operations, complete logistics solutions and value-added services such as programming, taping & reeling and laser marking are fulfilled by Avnet Logistics, EBV’s logistical backbone and Europe’s largest service centre. EBV operates from 64 offices in 29 countries throughout EMEA (Europe – Middle East – Africa). For more information about EBV Elektronik, please visit www.ebv.com. Follow EBV on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Youtube.
The ECPE Network with the registered association ECPE European Center for Power Electronics e.V. was founded in 2003 by eight industrial enterprises as an industry-driven Research Network for Power Electronics in Europe. In the meantime the network comprises more than 75 member companies. Furthermore, more than 80 European universities and research institutes are integrated in the network as so called Competence Centres.
BETTER CONNECTIONS – this phrase sums up our work stretching back more than 50 years on standard and tailor-made connection technologies for luminaires, household appliances and electrical installations. And we have enjoyed considerable success: Today, Innsbruck-based Electro Terminal supports customers in more than 60 countries throughout the world. Individuality, quality and globality – this is the framework in which we are now a global player with the exceptional ability to offer the right product solutions.
ELT – Especialidades Luminotécnicas S.A.U. is a specialist Spanish manufacturer of lighting components and systems for indoor-outdoor and Remote Wireless Street Lighting CMS. Over the last 40 years, ELT has positioned itself as one of the leaders in the national lighting sector market, and currently exports its brand and technology to over 100 different countries spread over 5 different continents. A firm believer in innovation and the development of quality products and technologies, ELT invests its resources into producing efficient solutions and a highly competitive level of service which results in a customer value proposition capable of satisfying bespoke projects in increasingly more demanding markets, providing efficient solutions for the maximum comfort in lighting environments.
EPIC is the European industry association that promotes the sustainable development of organisations working in the field of photonics. Our members encompass the entire value chain from LED lighting, PV solar energy, Silicon photonics, Optical components, Lasers, Sensors, Displays, Projectors, Optic fiber, and other photonic related technologies. We foster a vibrant photonics ecosystem by maintaining a strong network and acting as a catalyst and facilitator for technological and commercial advancement. EPIC works closely with related industries, universities, and public authorities to build a more competitive photonics industrial sector, capable of both economic and technological growth in a highly competitive world-wide marketplace. www.epic-assoc.com
ESCATEC offers a wide range of different manufacturing services. These include Microsystems technology encompassing design, process development, prototyping, qualification and series production. Microsystem technology is based on the creation and manipulation of micro-scale features. Combining methods from microelectronics, precision mechanics and micro-optics, it opens up completely new applications by allowing drastic miniaturisation in comparison with conventional products.
EVATEG Center develops thermal technologies for electronics, solid state lighting and display technologies. EVATEG’s capability includes both theoretical studies and experimental validation with prototypes at the chip and system level. Center has developed a number of models to identify chip level local hot spots and system level high performance thermal solutions which are patented with globally. EVATEG is open to license technologies through Ozyegin University Technology Transfer Office and spin off companies in the technology eco-system. Developing a cost effective, low weight, and sustainable thermal solution with customer focus is the primary goal of the EVATEG technology team.
exscitron is a company based in the center of Europe. Their dynamic “think tank” for the design and development of customized power supplies is located in Chemnitz, the “Silicone Valley” of power electronics in Germany. With regard to engineering implementation, prototyping, custom-made manufacturing and serial production, exscitron works very closely together with “inpotron Schaltnetzteile”, a medium-sized company in South-West Germany. With around 85 employees, inpotron manufactures highly efficient switch-mode power supply units, both custom-made and in serial production.