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posted in January 2005
Stainless steel switches address harsh environments
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1/31/2005   Post a comment
EAO Switch Corp. now offers a wide range of stainless steel switches, keypads and keyboards for industrial applications in harsh environments. These devices offer IP67 protection against water, heat, shock, vibration and vandalism, and require minimal maintenance.
Liquid cooling sub-system dissipates board-level heat
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1/25/2005   Post a comment
Here's news of a cooling sub-system that uses liquid cooling to efficiently and cost-effectively dissipate heat from embedded systems. The ruggedized unit---suitable for MIL/aero applications---combines a pump, heat exchanger, and control systems in a single enclosure. It's capable of dissipating a kilowatt.
Relay simplifies circuit breaker control
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1/21/2005   Post a comment
The new Series 24 Control Switch Relay (CSR) from Electroswitch provides both manual and supervisory control of power circuit breakers, and allows for the automation of virtually any breaker control switch function.
Adapter provides pin-for-pin replacement for obsolete Aromat relay
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1/19/2005   Post a comment
Aries Electronics offers a new adapter assembly that enables users of the obsolete Aromat HB2E relay to achieve a pin-for-pin replacement with no board design or rework. The new Aries Correct-A-Chip 08-305984-11 adapter features the old Aromat footprint on the bottom of the adapter and a new TX2SA-1V solid state relay on the top. The new relay has the same operating characteristics and specifications as the Aromat part.
Submini relay delivers high-density mounting
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1/18/2005   Post a comment
Designed for low-voltage signal changeover in a variety of applications, the new subminiature WJ103 series relay from CIT Relay & Switch offer a myriad of choices in coil voltages from 3 to 24 Vdc.
NKK supplies first molded rocker switch with TV ratings
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1/14/2005   Post a comment
NKK Switches says it has released the industry's first molded rocker switches with TV ratings. The new JWM series models are certified to TV-5 ratings and the JWL models are rated for TV-8.
Server racks tout ventilated steel doors
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1/14/2005   Post a comment
Bud Industries Inc. has launched a new series of server racks with ventilated steel doors that are designed to more precisely direct the flow of equipment cooling air in the front-to-back direction.
Gas-filled relay sealed for safety
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1/13/2005   Post a comment
Filled with SF6 gas for low leakage and high current capacitive discharge switching, GIGAVAC claims its new G71 single pole, 70 kV relay is safe in nearly any environment and can perform where others fail.
Elliptical heat sinks cool BGA chipsets
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1/13/2005   Post a comment
Emulation Technology, Inc. (ET) has developed a series of elliptical fin heat sinks that are designed to provide superior cooling performance for new BGA and other surface-mount packaged chipsets with higher chip speed and power requirements.
CIT launches new DIP switch lines
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1/6/2005   Post a comment
CIT Relay & Switch has developed two new series of DIP switches. These are the low-profile KL series with a 6.3-mm height and the KJ series.
Wall-mount cabinets serve dual purpose
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1/6/2005   Post a comment
Optima EPS has launched a new range of wall-mount, swing-frame cabinets that can be used in both electrical wiring and 19-in. electronic equipment applications.
Standard Micro's thermal IC's address reliability and time-to-market issues
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1/5/2005   Post a comment
Responding to customer challenges associated with overcoming heat dissipation and cooling system issues, Standard Microsystems Corp. (SMSC) has expanded its line of environmental monitoring and control (EMC) solutions.
Three-phase PWM condenses microprocessor designs
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1/5/2005   Post a comment
International Rectifier's IR3093 is a three-phase interleaved PWM control IC that supports AMD Athlon, AMD Opteron, AMD Athlon64, and Intel VR10.X processors for applications that include desktop computer motherboards, voltage regulator modules, video graphics cards and telecom single-in-line (SIP) modules. It integrates MOSFET gate drivers, reducing parts count by 75 percent as well as solution size over competing devices, according to the company.
Mini fuse blocks provide water-resistant seal
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1/4/2005   Post a comment
Waytek Inc. offers a new line of mini fuse blocks for use with 4, 6, 8, or 10 mini (ATM) fuses. Designed for general automotive or marine applications, these fuse blocks are recommended for supplemental accessory power requirements.
Industry's toughest membrane switches resist solvents, temperature extremes, dust and dirt.
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1/4/2005   Post a comment
Bergquist membrane switches can be used in harsh environments that previously required more costly, rugged types of switches. The company's HeatSeal process allows engineers to design membrane switches into almost any environment.


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