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PRIZE DRAW OFFERS A TRIP TO CHINA OR A NEW OSCILLOSCOPE

10-05-2019
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element14 and Tektronix are running an exciting and exclusive competition to win two fantastic prizes as part of the launch of Tektronix’s new range of oscilloscopes on 4th June.

By registering, entrants will go into a prize draw with the chance to win a paid trip to the Technology Innovation Forum in Shanghai, China from 8th to 13th June or a brand-new, next-generation oscilloscope from Tektronix.

For terms and conditions and to register, visit the competition website before 30th May.

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1300 361 005
au.element14.com

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