The Electronics Workshop is a dedicated 2-man workshop which offers Electronic, Electrical, IT, Software and AV services to the Department of Chemical Engineering, and other departments at the University of Cape Town. They cover all of these service areas, supporting Undergraduate courses & laboratory practicals, as well as designing & developing test rigs and measurement systems for Postgraduate and Staff research.
The Electronics Workshop offers a wide range of electronic analytical tools to assess and troubleshoot electronic and electrical problems. The workshop also offers all design & development tools to go from idea to proof-of-concept to prototype, and stocks a range of electronic passive and active components for each project's needs. The services offered include, but are not limited to, soldering, wire crimping, rewiring, electronic development & assembly, IP-rating small electronic systems, software development on a range of different programming languages, single-phase motor installation & 3-phase motor installation with VSDs (Variable Speed Drives), all IT-related installation & troubleshooting and repair.
We offer the following services:
Custom Hardware Design
We design electronic circuits and hardware specially tailored to your requirements.
We offer PLA plastic 3D printing of small to medium-sized designs.
Custom Software Design
We design software in a variety of languages, including LabVIEW, Java, C, Python, C++ and assembler, depending on your requirements.
We manage projects, including test rigs.
We install a range of software products you may require.
We repair most electronics and electrical problems. We do also offer IT support, outside the offered help of ICTS.
We supply a host of AV systems, provide technical support, and loan equipment.
ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP TEAM
Curwin Nomdoe Workshop & Building Assistant
Ameen Jakoet Electronics Workshop Manager & CTO
The Department of Chemical Engineering is part of the Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment (EBE) at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.