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posted in December 2005
Product brochure covers medical capabilities
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12/30/2005   Post a comment
ITT Electronic Components offers a product brochure that details the company's connector, switch and interface products for medical equipment. These products are designed to meet or exceed crosstalk, RFI/EMI, capacitance/impedance and IEC safety requirements for these applications.
Piezo motor targets portable products
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12/29/2005   Post a comment
New Scale Technologies, Inc. has developed a tiny SQL series SQUIGGLE piezo motor to replace its larger SQ-306s motor for portable electronic products. The device features precise linear motion at low power and can withstand greater mechanical shock than previous models.
Rugged switches target industrial apps
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12/22/2005   Post a comment
EAO's Series 84 pushbutton and emergency-stop switches and indicators deliver rugged performance for industrial and commercial applications. With maximum ratings of 42 V/100 mA, these low-profile switches are ideal for PLC level signals.
Toggle switches deliver design options
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12/22/2005   Post a comment
NKK Switches has announced the availability of medium/high capacity toggle switches. These standard size S series switches are available in a variety of circuit configurations and options.
HDDs take on hard-driving automotive-infotainment data storage
Design How-To  
12/22/2005   Post a comment
Perpendicular magnetic recording yields higher and more stable recording densities and disk-drive storage capacity up to 10 times greater than current limits.
Rotary encoders target rugged applications
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12/16/2005   Post a comment
TWK-Elektronik GmbH has introduced a new range of electromagnetic T50 rotary encoders for heavy-duty, rugged engineering applications.
Rugged keyboards operate in harsh environments
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12/8/2005   Post a comment
EAO has developed a new series of rugged and vandal-resistant metal keyboards. The W.series keyboards are designed specifically to operate in harsh indoor and outdoor public environments including information and multimedia terminal applications as well as Internet kiosks.
High-frequency reed relay touts billions of operations
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12/7/2005   Post a comment
Targeting high-speed switching applications, MEDER electronic Inc. has released a new patented ceramic-based reed relay that is said to switch into the billions of operations.
Plastic box targets handheld devices
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12/6/2005   Post a comment
Bud Industries, Inc. has added a new electronic enclosure to its series of Grabber handheld plastic boxes. The new Grabber - Style J comes equipped with a battery compartment, which fits four AA batteries.


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