The EMONA Group of companies was established by Alfred (Fred) Breznik in 1979.
We specialise in the marketing and sales of electronic and electrical test and measuring instrumentation, fault finding equipment, E/EPROM programmers, development and circuit simulation software, process control measuring instrumentation, power and electrical measuring instruments and technical education products.
Since 1987, EMONA has also been involved in R & D and manufacturing of TIMS, a telecommunications teaching system for use in universities and teaching institutions. This product has been well received and has proven its success by serving tens of thousands of students in over 35 countries including USA, Australia, Korea, Taiwan, England, Italy, Turkey and Mexico.
EMONA has implemented, and has been certified for, a Quality Management System complying with the requirements of standard ISO 9002 for the supply, distribution, servicing and calibration of electrical / electronic measuring and test equipment and technical teaching equipment such as TIMS.
EMONA's ongoing development program focuses on specialised areas of communications. This ensures that students using TIMS will have practical experience in the latest areas of telecommunications theory. Our team of engineers, collaborating with telecommunications professors, are dedicated to providing the most educational and instructive learning experience for the student.
As well, for students at vocational colleges and technical high schools, EMONA offers the ETT-101 Telecoms Trainer
. The ETT-101 is a low cost unit to cater to large student numbers who need to gain a 'hands-on' appreciation of telecoms theory at a simple, introductory level.
In manufacturing standards, EMONA is committed to a quality policy that ensures the reliability of TIMS in a demanding teaching environment. Stringent quality control procedures are enforced during assembly, calibration and burn-in testing. Final testing guarantees TIMS's performance according to specifications and years of exposure to many different laboratory conditions with negligible returns have confirmed the TIMS system is designed from the start to be 'student-proof' as well as 'future-proof'.