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Entegris VP Dauwalter made COO
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Compact module provides brush dc motor control
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ACS-Tech8O has launched its Unilite family of dc motor control modules, which provide single- and dual-axis control for brush dc motors in a compact 1.6 x 5.3 x 3.7-inch form factor.
Dense echo cancellers roll
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Modules connect to Universal Serial Bus
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The JSB-450 Series of digital I/O and driver modules from J-Works Inc. allows users to interface to digital inputs and outputs from any Universal Serial Bus (USB).
Projector touts a universal interface
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Liquid-crystal display monitors blazed the trail in digital interfaces between a computer and a display peripheral, and electronic projectors are now following that lead.
Connectors mix their power pins
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2E SysCom Inc. has introduced a mixed-pin type F and H PowerDIN interconnect with 24 F pins at 6 amps per pin and seven H pins at 15 A per pin.
Cabling handles high speed
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Meritec says that its 2-mm HPM-5 cabling system, compatible with the IEC 1-76-4-101 standard, has a design that features a strain relief without requiring overmolding.
HDTV video generator packs flash
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Team Systems Inc. has added a video generator that can either be programmed from a PC or operated with a remote control box
Daughterboard handles four T1s
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Commetrex Corp. has introduced a daughterboard for its MSP-320 Media Gateway DSP resource board that integrates four E1/T1 interfaces. Slated for release in July at under $900, the daughterboard "eliminates the need for separate network-interface boards," said Ben Feldgajer, director of embedded systems design.
SCSI box spans the generations
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Rancho Technology Inc. has announced a family of standalone SCSI boxes that claim to connect all legacy SCSI peripherals to a low-voltage-differential SCSI bus.
CPU board has speed choices
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The Computer Systems Group of Carlo Gavazzi Mupac Inc. has launched a two-slot processor board for 6U Compact-PCI that offers a choice of processors at speeds ranging from 300 MHz to 800 MHz.
PCI serial board suits industrial
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The PCI-xxM-1S boards from Acces I/O Products provide RS-422 and RS-485 serial communications for PCI at up to 460.8 kbaud in harsh industrial environments. Their drivers/receivers can drive up to plus/minus 60 milliamps on balanced lines and receive differential inputs as low as plus/minus 200 millivolts.
Celco's film recorder makes HDTV
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Among the equipment being launched at SID is Celco's eXtreme HDR, a high-definition film recorder for the motion picture industry that can image an HDTV frame to film in as little as 5 seconds.
Application-specific lens features quick switching
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DigiLens Inc.'s line of application-specific integrated lenses (ASILs) targets a variety of display and filtering applications in electronic projectors, rear-projection monitors, TVs and miniature "bring-to-the-eye" applications.
Software can simulate displays in 3-D
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Lambda Research Corp. claims that Version 2.1 of its TracePro display simulation software is extremely easy to use for 3-D virtual prototyping
Backlights boasts bright, even light at low power
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LumiTex Inc. says that its MicroLens LED-based backlighting panels provide uniform, high-output, low-power backlighting in a choice of colors.
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