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Single-board computer handles a mix of Celerons
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The PCI-946 from Teknor Industrial Computers Inc. is a scalable single-board computer (SBC) for passive-backplane ISA/PCI systems.
LCD monitor aims at medical
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Computer Dynamics' ultrathin LCD monitor has been approved by the appropriate agencies for use in medical applications.
Boards target avionics testing
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Ballard Technology has launched a broad family of 3U CompactPCI boards for the testing and simulation of avionics data buses.
Point-of-sale apps enabled
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The Model SBC7401 single-board computer from Densitron Corp. is a compact Pentium-class board with built-in video interface, 10/100- Mbit/second Ethernet interface, 16-bit stereo sound and four serial ports to hook up to scanners, bar-code readers, printers and other peripherals commonly found in point-of-sale applications.
Military switch gets good-to-go upgrade
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Electroswitch Electronic Products, a unit of Electro Switch Corp., says its custom spring return switch for military uses can replace a part that failed in the field because it could not meet rugged military requirements.
Pulse unveils 1000 Base T transformers
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Pulse has introduced two 1000 Base T magnetic transformer modules, the H5008 and H5009, which can fit directly behind a standard RJ-45 connector.
Pressure sensor employs new die design
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EG&G Optoelectronics' IC Sensors Division is aiming its Model 1451 surface-mount pressure sensor at low-cost OEM applications.
Switches light up, snap in
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Apem Components Inc. has expanded its IP Series of harsh-environment pushbutton switches with illuminated and snap-in panel-mounting models, as well as a wider selection of colors.
Crystals clock apps to 67 MHz
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The 4SMX surface-mountable crystals from C-MAC Frequency Products feature fundamental frequencies from 12 to 67 MHz, with a tolerance of plus/minus 50 ppm at 25 degrees C.
Control builds in autotuning
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The fiber-optic HPX-T3/T4 programmable photoelectric control from Honeywell's Micro Switch division provides built-in autotuning capabilities.
Small supervisors oversee portable power
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With good power managers in greater demand, competition is hot to deliver the smallest, full-featured supply supervisor ICs.
IGBTs get boost in efficiency
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Powerex has a series of trench-gate insulated-gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs) to boost efficiency and reduce EMI in inverters, UPSes and industrial equipment.
Powercube TD series extended
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Powercube has extended its TD series of dc/dc converters, adding 48-V output capabilities to half-brick 30-, 50-, 75-, 100- and 150-W units and full-brick 250- and 300-W devices.
Cooler switcher reduces components
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Phihong USA's 150-watt open-frame switching supply, the PSF-151, builds upon the successes of its PSF-150 triple-output predecessor with fewer components, better cooling and higher reliability.
Tripp Lite steps up UPSes with 6- and 10-kVA units
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New 6- and 10-kVA Unison on-line uninterruptible power supplies from Tripp Lite represent the company's most powerful UPS offerings to date.
Power modules aim at motor-drive apps
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Ixys has extended its current converter-brake-inverter (CBI) integrated power family for motor-drive applications with its 10-model CBI 2 modules.
32-Mbit SGRAM targets 3-D graphics
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Samsung Semiconductor Inc.'s 222-MHz KM4132G112, a 32-Mbit synchronous-graphics RAM for 3-D graphics and networking applications, boasts what the company said is a gain of up to 55 percent in memory performance compared with best-in-class systems.
Double-data-rate SDRAMs offer 2.1-Gbit/s bandwidth
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Hyundai Electronics has introduced a family of 128-Mbit double-data-rate synchronous DRAMs available in 200-MHz and 266-MHz speed grades.
140-MHz DSP supports PC audio
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Cirrus Logic Corp.'s CS4630 digital signal processor for PC audio applications includes a 140-MHz DSP core and 4.5k of memory for code, parameter and sample memory.
Embedded FPGA cores enable programmable ASICs, ASSPs
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Atmel Corp.'s AT40K family of embedded FPGA cores is available in 10,000-, 40,000- or 80,000-gate densities for building programmable ASICs, application-specific standard products and systems-on-chip.
Gate functions added to VCX line
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Fairchild Semiconductor has added AND, NAND, OR and open-drain gate functions to its 2.5-V VCX logic portfolio.
Chip caps must be smaller, better
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As the appetite for passive components in computing and communications equipment continues to rise, manufacturers of chip capacitors have had to rethink, redesign and retool their product strategies.
Three vendors spin LEDs in various shapes, sizes
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Optoelectronics manufacturers are betting that engineers are seeking light-emitting diodes packaged in assemblies and clusters.
Support rolls for new PowerPC
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Simultaneously with Motorola's launch of its MPC7400 PowerPC microprocessor with its AltiVec vector-processing unit, Mercury Computer Systems Inc. and Sky Computers Inc., both based here, unveiled board-level products based on the processor.
IDT unwraps 4-Mbit 'smart' static RAMs
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Integrated Device Technology Inc. (IDT) has unveiled a line of 4-Mbit "smart" SRAMs based on its Zero Bus Turnaround (ZBT) architecture.
Ten-port digital crossbar switch boosts throughput
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Pericom Semiconductor Corp. has introduced the PI5X1018, an 18-bit, 10-port digital crossbar switch for fast digital bus switching in applications that require increased bandwidth and/or throughput.
Embedded X86 suited for info appliances
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Advanced Micro Devices is targeting the newest member of its E86 family of embedded X86-architecture microcontrollers, the Elan SC520, at the datacom, telecom and information appliance markets.
Surface-mountable VCO generates up to 1,180 MHz
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The CLV1025E voltage-controlled oscillator from Z-Communications Inc. generates frequencies between 865 MHz and 1,180 MHz within 1 to 14 Vdc of control voltage with an average tuning sensitivity of 28 MHz/V.
Toroidal current sensor measures up to 5 amps
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The EX9PA050 toroidal current sensor from Bicron Electronics Co. operates over the range of 0 to 5 Arms, 47 to 400 Hz and typically provides an electrically isolated ac output voltage of 0 to 100 millivolts proportional to ac current input.
Connector eases upgrades
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The 127-mm connectors on Molex Inc.'s Device Bay connector system can simplify PC upgrades and provide flexibility to add or share peripheral devices, including CD, DVD and hard drives, smart-card readers and high-speed digital modems.
I/O system adds module
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Wieland Electric Inc. has introduced the PT-100 module for its Remote Interface Communication System (Ricos), an advanced open-architecture field-bus I/O system.
Supplies aim to consume minimal space
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Astrodyne has three new supply series that stress minimal size.
PCI board offers real-time acquisition
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Microstar Laboratories Inc.'s DAP 5200a/526 is an intelligent data acquisition and control board that offers real-time capabilities for the PCI bus and the Windows 95, 98 and NT operating systems.
I/O board rides CompactPCI
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Analogic Corp. has introduced a digital I/O board for the CompactPCI bus that packs 48 high-speed channels into a 3U form factor.
LCD module with touch screen
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WTS Inc. has introduced a 240 x 160-pixel LCD module with a built-in touch screen, priced at $34 each in quantity.
AT single board takes XT format
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The INX-486DX4/100 from Micro Computer Specialists Inc. is a PC/AT-compatible computer in a half-size PC/XT format for passive-backplane systems.
Module seeks embedded apps
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Radicom Research Inc. has introduced a modem module measuring 2/16 x 3.65 x 0.375 inches, for pc-board mounting in embedded applications.
Data acquisition boards ride PCI bus
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United Electronic Industries Inc. has unwrapped two series of data acquisition boards for the PCI bus: the PDF2-MF series of A/D boards, and the PD2-MFS series of A/D boards with simultaneous sample-and-hold. Both come in 12-, 14- and 16-bit versions.
PC/104 packs four or eight serial ports
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The Emerald-MM from Diamond Systems Corp. offers a choice of four or eight serial ports on a PC/104 board, and a choice of protocols: all RS-232; all RS-422 and RS-485; or all configurable for RS-232, RS-422 and RS-485.
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