#GlobalWindDay2021 Global Wind day is: “a worldwide event that occurs annually on 15 June. It is a day for discovering wind energy, its power and the possibilities it holds to reshape our energy systems, decarbonise our economies and boost jobs and growth.” For more information about Global Wind Day visit: globalwindday.org.
Happy Birthday to ENA Electronics. May 2021 marks ENA Electronics Laboratories 20th Anniversary. From humble beginnings and a few location changes ( and another one on the way ) We are so excited to be celebrating ( socially distanced) ENA’s big 2-0. Canada’s Leader in Reverse Engineering and Industrial Repair
ENA is Published! Foreword by one of our presidents and chapter 4 by our lab manager. PCB-RE: Real World Examples by Keng Tiong Ng now available on Amazon for purchase. About ENA Electronics: Canada’s Leader in Reverse Engineering Reverse engineering electronics is our passion. For over 20 years ENA Electronics.has
What is Electronic Reverse Engineering? It is the process of disassembling + analyzing a physical product for the purpose of generating documentation and/or re-manufacture as well as determining how it was designed and how it operates. Often the documentation even allows a customer to improve their product to surpass competitors.
ENA Electronics has been in business for over 20 years. Located in Hamilton, Ontario we are Canada’s Reverse Engineering experts. Explore our website to find out all about our reverse engineering capabilities at enaelectronics.ca/engineering. Some questions you might be asking? We are here to answer your burning questions. Why Reverse Engineer?
Happy Wednesday to Our Dedicated Blog Following! Please join us in congratulating our very own Mike Blangiewicz, on his phenomenal performance over the last calendar year. 2020 has brought a very interesting set of challenges for all industries, but Mike has proven his dedication in being a great salesman and
Electrical transformers probably weren’t on the minds of the comic artists and TV producers in 1984. It’s likely pure coincidence that Transformers actually have a lot in common with electrical transformers. Yes, the Transformers are cartoon robots in disguise, but consider; they come in all shapes and sizes, and can
Written by the Mohawk Team: ENA Electronics Laboratories (ENA) collaborated with Mohawk College’s Energy & Power Innovation Centre (EPIC) to support the design and development of a short-circuit finder brush. This electronic brush is a key tool to simplify the detection of electrical conductivity between two points in printed circuit
Would a Part by Any Other Name Work as Well? Like Everything in Engineering, it Depends. In the fast-paced world of electrical design, technology improves, manufacturing techniques change, and parts become obsolete at a rate unparalleled in most other fields of engineering. But there’s so much more to it than
It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year Those of you who follow our social media accounts on Instagram & Facebook know that every year some of our electronics technicians are involved in an ornament competition. All contestants final product ends up on our office lobby tree for all our