QSX

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QSXQuality Software Expert Ltd. (Hungary)
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“Thanks to the lines overall success and continued growth in this market, we are able to offer this SDD system at a very competitive price,” notes Scott Kramer, Sales Manager at QSX Instruments.
QSX Labels owner Robert Karess says, "The Omet Flexy provides us not only with additional production capacity but also the ability to offer detailed decorative labels that our customers are expecting us to provide.
QSX enables customers to leverage more than 1.7 million wired SoundStation conference phones already installed worldwide.
It grew in popularity for consumer goods testing because of its relatively low-cost and portability; however, QSX Instruments realized the need for spot analysis of electronic components and offers a solution with the release of the QSX-82D.
Both Kassoy and QSX Instruments have very similar goals."
"One of the systems most popular uses is in screening for the CPSIA regulation," comments QSX Instruments Director of Sales and Marketing, Scott Kramer.
This includes the EPA 2007 products as well as the Tier 3 emissions-compliant QSB3.3, QSB4.5, QSBG.7, QSC, QSL, QSM and QSX engines.
"The goal in the software and instrument redesign was to make these analyzers easier for the end-user to use," notes Scott Kramer of QSX Instruments.
Cummins, which over the last several years has been among the most aggressive in the industry in terms of establishing its emissions path early and sticking to it, is doing so again, debuting the techniques by which its QSB6.7, QSC, QSL and QSX engines will meet the EPA's Tier 4 interim and EU Stage 3b standards that take effect in the 174 to 751 hp power band in 2011.
This includes the recently released 2007 products as well as its Tier 3 emissions-compliant QSB4.5, QSB6.7, QSC, QSL, QSM and QSX engines.
The Uptime Guarantee applies to Cummins Tier 3 QSB, QSC, QSL, QSM and QSX engines placed in service in North America from May 1, 2005, to December 31, 2006, with 12 months' coverage from the in-service date or through December 31, 2006, whichever comes first.