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Test Equipment Specials
Pacific Power Source 3060-MS AC Power Source. The Pacific Power Source
3060-MS is a high power solid state frequency converter consisting of one to ten 50 kW/62.5
VA, 3 phase AC Power Sources. Its reliable voltage and frequency conversion and power
monitoring make it an excellent tool for facilities power and/or AC power test and development
applications. It can operate as a fully featured programmable AC Power Source, complete
with arbitrary waveform generation and AC transient programming, by adding an external
SCU/UPC-32 Universal Programmable Controller.
Rent or Buy - Call 760-806-6600 for rental rates or sales pricing.
About Axiom Test Equipment
Get Exactly What You Need. Rent - Buy -
Repair - Trade-In
Established in 2005, Axiom Test Equipment strives to continually improve itself and
offer the best value for its customers. We offer our customers several practical, efficient
and cost effective solutions for their business or projects' test equipment needs. Whether
you need to rent &
buy test equipment,
repair test equipment, sell or trade equipment, we are committed to providing superior
customer service and high quality electronic test equipment.
At Axiom Test Equipment we provide several services. We
test and measurement equipment. We also sell test equipment. If you have a piece
of malfunctioning or broken test equipment we also have an in-house repair lab. For anyone
seeking a way to offload their surplus or obsolete equipment, we offer a trade-in program
or we can buy the equipment from you.
We stock a comprehensive inventory of equipment and can use our extensive network
to find you those hard to get items. We believe in getting equipment to you quickly and
at a competitive price.
Axiom Test Equipment 2610 Commerce Way Vista, CA 92081 Phone:
(760) 806-6600 Web: www.axiomtest.com
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