In January 2018 AGW began the process of further developing the skillset of the team and internal infrastructure in relation to Planar Transformers.
As part of their continual commitment to improve, AGW looked to delve deeper into their customers’ perception of the company’s strengths and challenges. As such they carried out a customer feedback survey.
The joint founder of AGW Electronics, George Wainwright, has passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family on Monday 29th January, aged 85.
Thanks to grants from the Carbon Trust and Derbyshire council, we are currently in the process of going green by updating our lighting system to LED in January 2018. The new fittings will provide improved lighting and even cut a third off our costs.
We hope everyone has had a very productive year and as it comes to an end we have our annual Christmas shutdown, which will be from Friday 22nd of December 2017 and re-open again on Tuesday 2nd of January 2018. The final day for deliveries being Wednesday December 20th.
Everyone here at AGW Electronics wishes you a very Merry Christmas and every success for the New Year!
The advancement of control ICs running at higher frequencies allow power supplies to be smaller and more efficient. The wound components must cope with this higher expectation.
We are proud to announce that two of our apprentices have received awards from Chesterfield College.
Currently, the UK is the 9th largest manufacturing nation in the World and the sector has increased on average 1.4% a year since 1948. One of the main reasons for this is that manufacturing companies within the UK have been a major exponent of Servitization.
We have completed the manufacture of a 3metre coil for Megavolt, a manufacturer and supplier of high voltage and partial discharge testing equipment in Cheshire.
One of the most used phrases within technology circles currently is “Internet of Things” or IoT and relates to devices that are connected to the internet through embedded sensors that provide them with the ability to collect and exchange data without the need for human interaction.