About us

Our company, based in Szeged (Hungary), was established to implement new electronic products that make our world a better place, and their development requires a specially skilled workforce. The founders have many years of experience in electrical engineering research and development.

Founder R&D Engineer

Conrad C. Torocsik

I graduated as a Mechatronics Engineer at BME (Budapest). I provide engineering support to international research groups as an electrical engineer at the ELI-ALPS Laser Research Institute in Szeged. I started my own business next to this work. My social responsibility is my stand against populism.

Electrical Engineer

Gabor Domonyi

I graduated from the Kálmán Kálmán Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the BMF. I gained expertise in the electrical design, construction and programming of control cabinets and target machines, focusing primarily on the industrial automation of plastic and food processing plants.

Innovation Award in Hungary

Posted on Jan. 25, 2023, 8:47 a.m.

The award was created by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and the three regional chamber of commerce. Its porpose is to recognize the most significant product or service based on intellectual work. I was honored to be one of the two awardees in 2022 with my "IoT Platform" project.


Mass Flow Controller Programming

Posted on July 13, 2022, 11:26 a.m.

I had to develope the system integration and intuitive user interface of a mass flow controller. The valve could be controlled from the local display, integrated into the PLC system, and also available via software running on a PC. The result was an easy-to-use, unique software.


Pulsed laser driver

Posted on April 13, 2022, 2:49 p.m.

Our partner has commissioned us to design a circuit and embedded software to drive a high-power laser diode. A controlled analog signal was required to cool the diode, its power was controlled by a parameterizable pulse width modulated signal, provided by a 200MHz microcontroller.


Signal processing in 1 clock cycle

Posted on March 28, 2022, 2:37 p.m.

The task was a digital, time-critical signal processing and signal synchronization. I solved it by connecting a pair of Xilinx CPLDs and an STM32. Each input and output (6-6) can be switched between 50 Ohm and HighZ. The signal processing can be parameterized and controlled via RS485. The maximum frequency for the first two inputs is 100 MHz. It can be purchased with personalized programming, contact us under 'Contact'.


Vacuum chamber for laser research

Posted on July 11, 2022, 11:37 a.m.

10e-9 mbar. Creating the same pressure as interstellar space here, in the Earth's atmosphere, is not an easy task. Special electrical wires, special mirror holders and mirrors are needed, that can withstand near-zero pressure. Design also requires special expertise. The usual industial solutions lead to dead ends, but requires more practical mechanical and electronic knowlegde than the purely scientific approach.