Electronic Products & Technology

News

TestEquity expands presence in Canada


TestEquity, Moorpark CA, a value-added distributor of test and measurement equipment, electronic lab and production supplies and environmental chambers, is expanding its presence in the Canadian market, by establishing a Canadian subsidiary, TestEquity Inc. in Montreal.

The newly formed entity has recently been named an authorized distributor for Keysight Canada, Tektronix Canada and Fluke Canada.

“TestEquity has been doing business in Canada for over 20 years, and we couldn’t be more excited to see our activity in the country increase as we further penetrate the market,” says Dan Copsey, TestEquity president and CEO. “For our Canadian customers, this means access to even more industry-leading solutions that are all backed by the unmatched expertise and support on which they’ve come to rely. In addition, we will now be able to quote and accept payment in Canadian dollars.”

Already one of the largest authorized stocking distributors for Keysight, Tektronix, Keithley and Fluke in the United States, TestEquity now serves as a value-added source in Canada. TestEquity offers electronic measurement solutions including signal sources, spectrum analyzers, oscilloscopes, DMMs, ac sources, electronic loads, power supplies and meters. In addition to offering Keysight, Tektronix, Keithley and Fluke, TestEquity’s Canadian subsidiary is an authorized distributor for B&K Precision, Anritsu, Chroma, Hioki, Instek and Viavi (formerly JDSU). TestEquity also designs and manufactures its own line of environmental chambers and offers a large inventory of electronic lab and production supply brands.

TestEquity provides its Canadian customers new equipment for sale, rental or lease in addition to pre-owned equipment that is fully restored, tested, calibrated and backed with excellent post-sale support and an industry-leading warranty. The company utilizes a consultative technical approach to help its customers find the exact solution to meet their specific needs and lower acquisition costs with convenient payment options in either Canadian or U.S. currency.