Techkon to discontinue support for its older SpectroDens model

Techkon at drupa 2020

Techkon SpectroDens
Techkon SpectroDens

Techkon recently announced that it will discontinue its support for firmware updates and upgrades for the previous model as of 1 June 2020. The current SpectroDens new generation model has had three successful years in a row since its market launch. Several customers have already switched to SpectroDens 4, the latest model in the offering.

A news from the company stated, “As our focus of development is on the new generation model, we will discontinue support for firmware updates and upgrades for the previous model as of 1 June 2020. For the last time, we offer our customers a chance to expand the functionality of the old basic or advanced device. If upgrading the device no longer pays off due to age and companies prefer shifting to the new generation model, we are offering lucrative offers till 1 June 2020.”

Techkon at drupa 2020
Techkon at drupa 2020

Techkon at drupa 2020

Techkon will participate in drupa 2020 in hall 9, stand 9-A21. At drupa, the company will demonstrate measuring devices and new software solutions with unique functions. The news released by the company further adds, “If you buy a new device now, the new drupa functions will be available free of charge.”

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