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June 15th- Global Wind Day!

ENA Electronics Laboratories [ est. 2000 ] is a Canadian engineering and repair company, specializing in the wind and solar industry. We offer electronic component repair for various wind turbines; with full testing capabilities. Our experience in the renewable industry, alongside our engineering expertise allows us to offer comprehensive technical support and

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Short-circuit Finding Brush Part III

The Schematic Diagram At the very core of modern electronics is the printed circuit board (PCB). Each PCB is carefully engineered so that every component is connected just right, enabling you to turn on your favorite TV show, play a computer game, or even save a life. Every PCB design

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Learn more about PCB reverse engineering

Back in the fall, ENA Electronics had the honour to speak at the CMTS show. CMTS is Canada’s stage for manufacturing technologies, best practices and industry connections.  The focus of this presentation is reverse engineering services and how they can benefit manufacturing facilities with obsolete legacy systems. The discussion will

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New Year, New… Building

Here at ENA, we wanted to start 2022 with a bang! What better way to start the new year than in a brand-new facility! 80 Bancroft Street, Hamilton, Ontario L8E 2W5 From humble beginnings, starting in the founder’s basement, this is the company’s 6th move! From Goderich Road, to Lancing Drive,

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Short-circuit Finding Brush Part II

3D Printed Case Design Imagine your cell phone is an exposed printed circuit board with no case. It still has all of the buttons, the screen, the microphone, speaker, and everything else it needs to function properly. Everything works, but you have to handle it very carefully to make sure

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Here We Grow Again…

During this holiday season, we would like to take a moment to thank our customers, such as yourself, for your continued loyalty this past year.  On behalf of the entire ENA Electronics team; we would like to wish you a safe and happy holiday season and look forward to working

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Fake Chips

Expect the Unexpected Fake chips can ruin your day! No, we aren’t talking about questionably edible crispy snacks that leave a bad taste in your mouth. The electronic variety of Fake Chips tend to leave a bad hole in one’s project budget and perhaps in the electronic circuit board on

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PCB Jumpers – Why Add Them?

When reverse engineering a circuit board, it is imperative that you copy it identically in terms of form, fit, and function.  The reason why we do this is so the board is completely operable in a working environment.  The customer can take the new engineered board and place it into

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