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posted in October 2006
Automotive relays offer small size, light weight
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10/31/2006   Post a comment
CIT Relay & Switch offers the A2 and A3 series relays for automotive applications. The devices feature a typical electrical life of 100,000 cycles with a mechanical life of 10 million cycles.
Submini pushbutton switches deliver logic-level switching
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10/27/2006   Post a comment
The BB series of logic-level, subminiature pushbutton switches from NKK Switches enables automated processing and high-density mounting.
COTS industrial enclosures feature power, flexibility
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10/26/2006   Post a comment
Designed for industrial-grade hardware in harsh environments, Thales Computers has introduced a full set of COTS 19-inch rack mount VME industrial chassis designated as the R2U4S, R4U8S and R8U16S.
Relay offers switching capacity up to 10 amps
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10/25/2006   Post a comment
CIT Relay & Switch introduces the compact and lightweight J105 series relay for a variety of applications ranging from computer and computer peripherals to instrumentation.
Pushbutton switches offer raised lens options
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10/24/2006   Post a comment
The Series 84 range of low-profile illuminated pushbutton switches and indicators from EAO is now available with raised lens options and RoHS-compliant flush-mount lenses.
Tactile switches rated for up to one million rotations
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10/19/2006   Post a comment
BI Technologies offers a complete line of RoHS-compliant tactile switches for a variety of applications including white goods, medical devices, information appliances, and automotive and entertainment equipment.
DIP rotary switches deliver more actuator options
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10/17/2006   Post a comment
NKK Switches expands its FR series of 10-mm ultra-thin DIP rotary switches with dial and metal shaft actuator options for through-hole devices.
Cooling device targets heat-intensive applications
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10/12/2006   Post a comment
Targeting heat-intensive consumer and gaming CPUs, startup Celsia Technologies said its Iceon 1000C desktop coolers offers the industry's first desktop cooling device with a patented micro thermofluidic casing to enhance cooling system performance in computers built for processing-intensive applications.
Spill and dust resistant keyboard suits industrial apps
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10/11/2006   Post a comment
Cherry Electrical Products has introduced its 6240 series compact keyboard with an integrated touchpad and an IP54-rated spill and dust resistant key field for harsh environments.
MicroSpreaders cool electronic devices in thin, light package
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10/10/2006   Post a comment
Celsia Technologies says its MicroSpreader line of thermal management products not only is the thinnest and lightest thermal management technology available, it also can scale to fit all types of electronic systems from LED lights to CPUs.
Disconnect switches offered in two mounting styles
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10/5/2006   Post a comment
Designed for rugged applications, the Series DS2 IEC non-fused disconnect switches from c3controls meet control panel and motor circuit disconnecting requirements
Use quad SPST analog switch to drive DC motor
Design How-To  
10/5/2006   Post a comment
DC motor-drive hardware and software also includes dead time to avoid full-bridge amplifier shorting supply rail
Enclosures provide spray-down protection
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10/5/2006   Post a comment
Bud Industries, Inc. said its SN series of NEMA-rated sheet metal enclosures rated for spray-down protection cost less than enclosures rated for drip protection from competitors.
Tactile switches offer plenty of options
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10/2/2006   Post a comment
NKK Switches offers a complete family of tactile switches that provide design engineers with a variety of sizes and feature options.
Trade group IDEA offers quality standard for components
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10/2/2006   Post a comment
The Independent Distributors of Electronics Association unveiled what it calls the first quality inspection standard for electronic components.


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