Roseville, CA, October 16, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- ESDGuns.com has launched a trade in program for refurbished NiMh batteries used with the Schaffner and Teseq NSG 435 and Keytek Minizap MZ-15 and MZ-15/EC ESD simulator guns. These model ESD generators have been available in the market for over 20 years and are considered the most popular for use with IEC 61000-4-2 ESD immunity compliance testing. The life of these products can be very long with proper maintenance and regular calibration. ESDGuns.com has found battery replacement being the primary issue for the Teseq/Schaffner NSG 435 ESD gun when not discharging to standard.
The battery recycle program will save ESD test implementers money while being environmentally friendly, the first service of its kind made available in the ESD immunity and compliance market. Additionally, power adapters are available are available to charge battery backs and ensure the power system of your NSG 435 ESD simulator is new and uncompromised.
The current battery model from Teseq INA 405, retails for around $500, while replacing a battery for the Keytek minizap esd guns can be up to twice that. ESDGuns.com program offers refurbished battery packs for the NSG 435 with immediate delivery, offering a credit if the old battery is returned within a 30 day period. The Keytek Minizap MZ-15’s ESD simulators will require that they to be sent to one of the ESDGuns.com California or New Jersey facilities for proper installation.
Established in 2014, ESDGuns.com is a distributor of electrostatic discharge testing equipment, accessories and hardware for ESD compliance to international standards IEC 61000-4-2, ISO 10605, RTCA/DO-160, Mil-STD-461G CS 118 and more. Locations in California and New Jersey allow for servicing, including calibrations to ISO 17025 and repairs, to be completed in a timely and cost efficient manner. The only web store that offers a side-by-side comparison tool as well as pricing and online ordering and rental reservations.