Tektronix 3 Series MDO Oscilloscope awarded to Farnell Customer in Germany

Thomas Winkler

As part of the launch of the new 3 Series MDO and 4 Series MSO oscilloscopes from Tektronix in June, Farnell teamed up with Tektronix to run an exclusive prize draw for customers. We are now delighted to announce that a brand new Tektronix 3 series MDO Oscilloscope has been awarded to Thomas Winkler from CASE Electronics GmbH in Germany.

CASE are involved in designing and developing high quality industrial electronics such as measurement technology, sensor technology and wireless systems components. Test and measurement is a fundamental part of the work CASE Electronics do and products such as the new 3 Series MDO Scope enables them to provide the highest quality of service to their customers.

On winning the prize, Thomas Winkler said: “My job in CASE Electronics involves design and development of high quality industrial electronics…We need the best test and measurement products on the market. I’m delighted to have won the new Tektronix oscilloscope, it will ensure that we will continue to provide the best quality and service to our customers. Thank you Tektronix and Farnell!”

James McGregor, Global Head of Test and Measurement for Farnell, added: “We are pleased to award this oscilloscope to Thomas and enable him and his colleagues at CASE to perform their work to the highest standard. The new 3 Series MDO and 4 Series MSO oscilloscopes from Tektronix are designed with engineers in mind and enable customers, like Thomas, to be innovative and efficient in their work.”


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