Steve Lescalleet has joined Sun Transformer as an Electronic Technician. In this role, Steve is responsible for the proper assembly and testing of several Sun Transformer products.
Steve holds a degree in Aviation Elecronics from Southern Illinois University as well as FCC and FAA certifications. He has over 20 years of experience in electronics, including work in avionics for American Airlines (TWA). His interest include general aviation (private pilot license), electric cars, and solar power. Steve is a welcome addition to the Sun Transformer team.
Scott Kolts has joined Sun Transformer as Communications Manager. In this role, Scott is primarily responsible for developing product manuals, company marketing material, and web sites. Scott has ten years of experience in technical writing and marketing, and he is a welcome addition to the Sun Transformer team.
Sun Transformer has been supplying customers with the best quality in printed circuit assemblies since 1986. We appreciate both the customers who have been with us since the beginning and those who may have just discovered Sun Transformer.
Sun Transformer is preparing to meet the schedule for compliance mandated by Europe’s RoHS/WEEE (lead free) directives on effected products. If you need information about the compliance schedule or requirements for items you purchase from Sun Transformer, please contact Les Vaughn at firstname.lastname@example.org or 618-643-2555.
Sun Transformer was among several businesses and individuals receiving recognition at the annual Legislative Recognition Breakfast held June 7, 2004 at Southeastern Illinois College. The event was held in conjunction with National Small Business Week.
Tammy Weston, director of Southeastern Illinois Regional Planning and Development Commission presented the award. Brad Cross accepted the award on the behalf of Sun Transformer.
January 1, 2004 – Copper, an essential component of virtually all electronic assemblies continues to climb the cost ladder.
Detailed historical charts of copper market prices can be found on the internet at http://futures.tradingcharts.com/chart/CP.
The “base price” or the cost magnet wire suppliers pass along for the copper content in wire is typically $0.35 higher than the “High Grade Copper” price shown in most market charts.