Yokogawa wins Power Product of the Year at Electronics Industry awards
Published: 26 June 2019 - Rachel Tucker
Yokogawa’s WT5000 Precision Power Analyzer has won the prestigious “Power Product of the Year” trophy at the second annual Electronics Industry awards.
The award was presented on the 21st June at a ceremony at London’s Tower Hotel in the presence of an audience of leading industry professionals. The event has become a highlight of the industry calendar since its inception in 2018, where leading figures from the electronics field gather to celebrate their achievements and reward the market leaders from across the blossoming sector.
Commenting on the win, editor of CIE magazine, Niamh Marriot, said: “Ensuring your product is safe with great efficacy is paramount for our industry. Testing equipment and products and ensuring their accurate readings and measurements is vitally important, as it can be dangerous if not done correctly, and the precision of the product guarantees this level of accuracy and thereby enhances safety.”
“The Yokogawa product is precise and well thought-out, and all round is an excellent design that works”, she added: “Congratulations to Yokogawa!”.
Kelvin Hagebeuk, European marketing manager, Yokogawa Europe Test & Measurement, said: “The Yokogawa community of precision makers is very excited and most of all honoured to win this prestigious award. For us at Yokogawa the WT5000 Precision Power Analyzer is the leading building block in our mission to enable customers to develop zero emission technologies. A mission which ultimately provides a sustainable future for generations to come.”
“The electronic industry is best equipped and positioned to directly influence a sustainable usage of energy resources”, he added: “The awards scheme recognises good work, which is inspiring and energising to all involved especially the innovative and highly skilled precision engineering team.”
The event was organised by Datateam Business Media and was hosted by comedian Ian Moore and household favourite Alan Dedicoat.