Xantrex Tech Doctor Service

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Xantrex is a leading west coast manufacturer of marine electrical equipment that is sold under a variety of brand names. To help customers learn more about the performance of its entire line, Xantrex has launched a new video service called Xantrex Tech Doctor Live. This online video service houses a full line of YouTube-based videos featuring their equipment, uses, installation and troubleshooting tips.

Tech Doctor was introduced two years ago, first to the industry, dealers and installers. Their favourable experience led to an expansion of content and the service has recently been expanded to include the buying public.

To obtain any of the video content contact Marketing Manager Mitul Chandrani at mitul.chandrani@xantrex.com.

Xantrex is located in Burnaby BC but has plants in both BC and the US. It is now a part of the large multinational concern Schneider Electric. www.schneider-electric.com.
 

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