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Slide switches need no boot
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10/19/1999   Post a comment
C&K Components' ES sealed slide switches measure 12.29 x 6 mm with terminal spacing of 2.54 mm and actuator travel of 2.29 mm.
Heat sinks are fit for BGAs
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Aavid Thermal Products is marketing a line of heat sinks designed specifically for ICs in ball-grid array (BGA) packages.
Raltron launches OCXOs, crystal unit
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Raltron Electronics Corp. is launching a new line of oven-controlled crystal oscillators (OCXOs) along with a new 1.6-mm-high crystal unit with an 8 x 4.5-mm footprint.
CMOS ASIC logic embeds memory, PLLs
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Chip Express has a 0.25-micron CMOS ASIC logic family that offers logic densities of up to 1.4 million gates, plus embedded configurable synchronous SRAM or ROM and up to four analog phase-locked loops (PLLs).
Cherry Electrical geartooth sensors are ready to use
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Series HE615500 geartooth sensors from Cherry Electrical Products need no additional conditioning electronics to process a digital output signal.
Fluke thermometer eases troubleshooting
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An infrared thermometer, a process calibrator and two digital multimeters are among the products Fluke Corp. will show at Wescon.
Surface-mountable signal devices fit small spaces
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North American Capacitor Co., formerly the Capacitor Division of P.R. Mallory Inc., is offering Mallory Sonalert II surface-mount audible-signal generators with special case structures designed for reflow process soldering by convection, IR or vapor phase methods.
Cornell Dubilier rolls SMT chip cap line
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Cornell Dubilier has introduced a variety of surface-mount technology (SMT) chip and aluminum electrolytic capacitors.
Connector choices buck 'cheaper' trend
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A dozen suppliers of interconnection devices at Wescon '99 here this week will tout wares ranging from flexible circuit assemblies and Rambus (RIMM) module sockets to surface-mountable board-to-board connectors.
Company unwraps smart camera that networks
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American Eltec unveiled a compact image-capture and processing subsystem at the Embedded Systems Conference late last month with lots of smarts on board for networked and Web-based applications.
Digital I/O board takes rough use
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10/19/1999   Post a comment
The Model 5660 digital I/O board from Octagon Systems brings 48 lines of PC-compatible, bit-programmable I/O to harsh environments.
Tiny audio/video terminal is hands-free
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The V-CAP 1000 from Virtual Vision is an audio/video terminal for the hands-free computing environment, combining a VGA monitor with audio I/O in a cap-like design that weighs less than 20 ounces.
Mouse-and-pen input system rides USB
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Wacom Technology Corp. has put together a computer input system called Graphire that combines a small graphics tablet with a cordless mouse and cordless pen.
Multifunction comms board targets PCI
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he DataFire Sync/2000 cPCI from Digi International Inc. is a multifunction communications board for the CompactPCI bus that manages two or four channels of remote access, faxing, WAN routing and virtual private networking (VPN) in a single slot.
RS-232 links ride SCSI switch
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Apcon Inc. has announced a six-port Small Computer Systems Interface switch with dual RS-232 links to let servers share access to up to 28 SCSI peripherals.
PC/104 board supports PCMCIA
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The MiniModule/PPC from Ampro Computers Inc. is a PC/104 board that allows two or four PCMCIA slots to be added to a PC/104 computer stack or baseboard with a PC/104 expansion site.
A/D boards take mix of inputs
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Acces I/O Products has launched a pair of analog-to-digital (A/D) boards for the Peripheral Component Interconnect bus.
Lucent dc/dc duo touts fast transient response
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Lucent Technologies will come to Wescon here this week to tout the transient response performance of its Onami and Zephyr series dc/dc converters for high-performance microprocessor, high-end server and data-networking applications.
Show's standouts: design flexibility, time-to-market
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Vendors of interconnect, passive and electromechanical components will flock to Wescon '99 this week, emphasizing their willingness to go the extra mile for their customers-and for higher margins.
Ultra2 SCSI expander extends cable lengths
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10/11/1999   Post a comment
An Ultra2 Wide SCSI expander from Rancho Technology Inc. lets designers double or triple the cable length of single-ended or LVD (low-voltage differential) SCSI subsystems beyond 12 meters, as well as bridging between the two versions of the interface. Called the RTLVD-LVD Expander, the 3.4 x 3/2-inch unit supports full 16-bit arbitration, disconnect/reconnect and multi-threading, and it includes active termination, active negation and data deskewing circuitry.
SBC from Arcom targets multimedia applications
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The SBC-MediaGx from Arcom Control Systems Inc. is a single-board computer (SBC) in the EBX form factor with its eye on multimedia applications.
CompactPCI board rich in memory
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The embedded-computers operation of SBS Technologies Inc. has introduced a memory-rich 3U CompactPCI processor board that packs a Socket-7 processor (AMD K6 or Intel Pentium MMX) at up to 333 MHz.
Two CPCI boards deliver ac voltage I/O
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VMIC has introduced a pair of complementary boards for the 3U CompactPCI bus, respectively providing eight channels of optically coupled ac voltage input and eight of optically coupled ac voltage output.
Mini keyboard imitates mouse
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CTI Electronics Corp. has bowed a miniature keyboard, the Model KIA6800, which incorporates 101/104-key functionality and eight special keys that provide drift-free mouse functions.
Log module has many functions
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The Olektron Operation of Signal Technology Corp. has introduced a switched-filter logarithmic-amplifier assembly that combines switching, filtering and log-amp functions in a 3.5 x 1.25 x 0.50-inch hermetic package.
CRT monitors rack mount
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ICS Advent has introduced a pair of industrial rack-mount monitors with a choice of 15- or 19-inch color CRT and optional resistive or infrared touch screen.
Vision boards hit res of 500 x 582
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10/11/1999   Post a comment
Vision Components has introduced a pair of single-board vision systems that combine a camera, DSP, DRAM, flash EPROM, optically isolated industrial I/O, serial port and CCIR video output in a 120 x 70 x 18-mm form factor.
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