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posted in November 2005
Surface-mount switches provide six actuation choices
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11/30/2005   Post a comment
NKK Switches has expanded its surface-mount switch line with a wide range of actuation types and sizes.
Waterproof fans keep out moisture and dust
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11/22/2005   Post a comment
Sunon, Inc. has introduced a new family of waterproof fans for a variety of harsh environments. Manufactured in compliance with RoHS/lead-free materials and processes, these dust-proof and water-spray proof models meet or exceed requirements per IEC 60529 specifications including IP-55 and IP-21 standards and sizes.
Switch makers focus on developing RoHS-compliant products
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11/21/2005   Post a comment
Ahead of pending environmental legislation including the upcoming European Union's Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive that bans the use of six substances including lead, switch manufacturers have significantly ramped up the transition of their product lines this year to RoHS-compliant or lead-free versions to meet these global environmental initiatives.
Switch embeds two LEDs in any color combo
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11/18/2005   Post a comment
CIT Relay & Switch offers a new series of ultra-subminiature bi-color illuminated switches that incorporate two independent LEDs in any color combination of red, green, yellow, or blue. The surface-mount NL series switches with a 2-mm height are designed for use with other low-profile, surface-mount components in space-constrained applications.
Keypad tact switches target handheld devices
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11/16/2005   Post a comment
ITT Electronic Components has launched a new series of low-profile, keypad tactile switches that combine performance, usability and long life for handheld device applications such as PDAs, smart phones, MP3 players, cameras and key fobs. They can also be used in systems that require a customized keyboard interface.
ECA says Q4 orders strong so far
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11/14/2005   Post a comment
The monthly order index compiled by the industry association Electronic Components, Assemblies & Materials Association (ECA) began the fourth quarter on an up note, as October numbers continued the strong performance that began in July.
Tactile switch offers ultra-low-profile
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11/11/2005   Post a comment
CIT Relay & Switch has introduced a new series of surface-mount tactile switches that provide designers with an ultra-low-profile. The new RoHS-compliant CS1204 series of momentary-action switches feature 0.8-mm (CS1204) and 1.5-mm (CS1204a) actuator height profiles.
Cooling fan motor generates higher airflow
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11/4/2005   Post a comment
Sanyo Denki America has expanded its San Ace 172 family of DC cooling fan motors with a quiet, energy-efficient GV-type series that provides significantly higher airflow.
Slide switches supply more choices
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11/4/2005   Post a comment
CIT Relay & Switch has launched a new series of RoHS-compliant subminiature slide switches. The new 1000 Series is available in both single pole/double throw (SPDT) and double pole/double throw (DPDT) versions.
Rocker switches feature dual illumination
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11/2/2005   Post a comment
NKK Switches offers a new LW series of snap-in mount, rocker switches that are available in dual-faced illuminated and non-illuminated models.


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