Laor Energy DC – DC Converter Repairs by Dynamics Circuit (S) Pte. Ltd.

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Laor Energy DC – DC Converter Repairs by Dynamics Circuit (S) Pte. Ltd.

Laor Energy P/N 101311, Hot Swap 700W, 48Vdc to 28 Vdc Converter specially design for certain specific application.

Dynamics Circuit (S) Pte. Ltd. is a global independent electronic repair company providing fast, safe and cost effective industrial control equipment repairs. We have been repairing electronic and electro mechanical equipment for many years. We perform extensive component level repairs to all types of electronic devices and control systems.

Many company trust and repair with us for a reason and this is what makes us the world leader:-
• Advance and State of art Troubleshooting Systems
• Experiences Engineers
• ISO9001:2015 Certified
• ISO/IEC 17025 Accredited Lab
• Recognitions from OEM as service partners such as Megger, Vanguard Instruments, ISA Test, Lenze, BK Precision, HVI, Phenix Technologies and Many More..

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Dynamics Circuit (S) Pte. Ltd.
15 Yishun Industrial Street 1, #09-28 Win 5,
Singapore 768091.
Contact: (+65) 6754 7024
Email: sales@dynamicscircuit.com
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