Real time Electronics

SLM, SLE, VTS

Created for major problems

Devices are using RFID,GPRS, GPS
& Environmental parameters

M2M and IoT solutions

Machine-to-Machine & Internet of Things that remotely track, monitor, and control fixed
and mobile assets

Products & it's Features

To try the most advanced business

Soil Sensor   RadioSecure SLM is the latest electronic security seal innovation for tracking intermodal containers conveyances using active RFID, GPRS and GPS technology. This high security electronic seal enables shippers, manufacturers and logistics service providers and asset owners to actively monitor the security and integrity of shipments .

ARM Development Board   RadioSecure SLE is a creative innovation for tracking conveyances and assets. In addition to security status, the device is also able to monitor and report environmental parameters like temperature and humidity. Light sensor also available in SLE.

FPGA Development Board   (VTS) intelligent tracking and reporting device is the quad-band track, trace and locate in vehicle telematics products. Designed for the most demanding fleet management operation, offering scalability, compatibility and added functionality to a simple cost effective track-n-trace operation.

51 Development Board
1)  Reduce risk of loss, increase likelihood of recovery,
2)  Reduced insurance premiums,
3)  Improve operating effectiveness, achieve efficiency in use of assets, resources, people,
4)  Enhance just-in-time logistics, guarantee time of arrival
5)  Safeguard product quality, improve process yields And so on.

RFID Access Control   (VTS) intelligent tracking and reporting device is the quad-band track, trace and locate in vehicle telematics products. Designed for the most demanding fleet management operation, offering scalability, compatibility and added functionality to a simple cost effective track-n-trace operation.

PIC Development Board
1)  Reduce risk of loss, increase likelihood of recovery,
2)  Reduced insurance premiums,
3)  Improve operating effectiveness, achieve efficiency in use of assets, resources, people,

Electronics Manufacturing Services Activity


Facilities & Capabilities

Production support to customers to cater smaller volumes to larger volumes with same zeal. Working partnership with our customers for product development. Close interaction with our customers and suppliers.

Equipments

1)  SMD Reflow Oven, Model RF-300, 3 zone, conveyorised, table-top with std.
2)  SMD Stencil Printer ,Model SPR 500
3)  Manual printer with X,Y,Z and Theta adjustment.
4)  Wave soldering machine model DWSM 300LF, Lead Free, SMD wave, Auto flux,solder wave on-off, table-top m/c.
5)  Ultrasonic cleaning machine tank-12"x7"x8",250 watt,Temp ,timer, pcb basket.
6)  Dispenser for spot dispensing with foot switch and 200 cc adopter.
7)  Soldering Iron.
8)  Magnifying Lense

Test & Measuring Equipment

1)  Digital Storage Oscilloscope 200MHz
2)  Digital Multimeters
3)  Power Supply
4)  DC Source
5)  LCR Bridge
6)  AC Voltage.





Our Partners

and let's see what are they saying

Qualitat Systems is One of the Top 10 Most Promising Embedded Companies in India " - Silicon India Magazine, Aug 2013

Chakradhar Borkute

Managing Director

PTI is a full-service electronics manufacturing services (EMS) company located in Baltimore, MD, with over 25 years of experience building products for communications, medical and various other industries, as well as the military.

Practical Technologies Inc. (PTI)

Group Company

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Einnovation Technologies is a Customer Application Specific Product & Solutions company offering INNOVATIVE solutions, which ranges across Intellectual Property (IP) cores, Design & Development, Prototype Development, Next-Gen Digital products, Integrated solutions, Low Volume Manufacturing, System Upgrades and Obsolescence management, Semiconductor solutions. ETPL is a leading developer of advanced electronic system level products and solutions to three primary markets.ETPL is headquartered in Pune, India.The company has been consistently evolving by setting new benchmarks in the Quality Design Process. ETPL strongly believe in Customer Focus, Creativity, Competence and Commitment which helps in enabling excellence in the work quality.



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Python


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Believes in Creativity.

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