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Film capacitor offers multiple choices
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10/17/2000   Post a comment
A series of polypropylene capacitors from Electronic Concepts Inc. provides a combination of physical and electrical characteristics, including three configurations, three mounting methods, voltages to 2,000 Vdc, capacitance to 10 microfarad, plus low equivalent series resistance (ESR).
SCSI gets a fiber boost
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Edgeboard connectors lock on without adhesive
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Bomar Interconnect Products has introduced E-Snap edgeboard connectors with a design that is said to ensure strong board retention and RF performance without an adhesive.
Solid-state relays make inroads as prices drop
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For years, relay users have relied on electromechanical versions because of the electromechanicals' ready availability and lower price tags compared with solid-state types.
Motion controllers debut
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Modular system monitors UPS batteries
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The Powerware Cellwatch modular system from Invensys Power Systems continuously monitors the batteries in three-phase uninterruptible power supplies serving networks, Internet service providers, automation system controls and large computer applications.
Motorola 12-channel GPS receiver chip cuts parts count
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Motorola's Telematics Communications Group (TCG) has launched a mixed-mode 12-channel global positioning system (GPS) receiver that integrates a 1.5-GHz RF front-end and digital baseband circuitry on one chip.
Cisco, Solectron plan separate supply-chain management upgrades
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10/16/2000   Post a comment
In an effort to more aggressively shed manual supply-chain management practices, Cisco Systems Inc and Solectron Corp. are separately developing virtual internal hubs designed to improve collaboration with other supply-chain partners.
Winbond tips 8-bit ISP MCUs
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VRM works from 5-V input
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Switchers Suit Offices
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Motherboards target ATX
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Compact quad switcher delivers 350 W
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The PFC350 switch mode power supply from Taiyo Yuden Co. Ltd. (formerly Xentek Power Systems) measures just 9.5 long x 5 wide x 2.44 inches high and delivers a total of 350 watts (30 cubic feet per minute air) from four floating 2- to 48-volt outputs, as well as up to two standby (low-current) outputs.
CPCI RAID controller rolls for ruggedized systems
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10/3/2000   Post a comment
Cyclone Microsystems Inc. has launched a 3U CompactPCI (CPCI) UltraSCSI RAID controller for ruggedized systems.
Rave board screams bus bandwidth
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Rave Computer Associates Inc. has integrated Sun Microsystems Inc.'s Ultra AXmp motherboard into a ruggedized 5U 19-inch rack-mount chassis.
Fiber transmission system ships in 48 hours
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10/3/2000   Post a comment
Communications Specialties Inc., which recently began shipping its Math Fiber Optics Pure Digital, One Fiber point-to-point fiber-optic transmission system, claims most orders can now be delivered within two days.
Dataforth's multichannel isolators are configurable
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10/3/2000   Post a comment
Dataforth Corp. says that its multichannel DIN-rail and panel-mount isolators offer configurability and a simple low-cost solution for providing 2,300-Vrms transformer isolation protection for analog signals.
Allayer rolls 8-port Gbit Ethernet reference board
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10/3/2000   Post a comment
Allayer Communications has launched its AL023CM-8, an eight-port Gigabit Ethernet reference design that targets switches with two, four, six or eight combinations of Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet ports.
Pine's 1-GHz board targets Coppermine
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Pine Technology USA Inc. has begun shipping its first Intel Pentium III Coppermine-ready clean board, which supports speeds above 1 GHz, according to the company.
Ultrabright, lightweight XGA digital projectors roll
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10/3/2000   Post a comment
Plus Corp. has expanded its Plus U2 series of digital projectors with two enhanced XGA models that weigh less than six pounds.
PMC module configurable for diverse I/O
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Ixthos Inc. has launched a general-purpose PCI mezzanine card (PMC) module that the company says can be configured to meet the I/O requirements of most boards.
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