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posted in February 2006
Bipolar chopper drive is easy to use for development projects
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2/23/2006   Post a comment
Haydon's DCS4020 bipolar chopper drive is designed for easy set-up and use. Connect a single power supply, motor and the DCS4020 drive and it's ready to run for development projects.
VITA 46 chassis prototype is available
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2/23/2006   Post a comment
Elma offers a prototype chassis based on the upcoming VITA 46 and VITA 48 standards developed by the VITA Standards Organization.
Reed relay shrinks in size
Product News  
2/17/2006   Post a comment
Coto Technology said its 9852 ultra-miniature reed relay, housed in a 0.078 sq. in. footprint, is the smallest Form C surface-mount device of this type.
Enclosures are designed for ATCA
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2/17/2006   Post a comment
Optima EPS has developed the AT series of vertical rack enclosures for AdvancedTCA (ATCA) blade and server applications.
E-field sensor yields nonmechanical touch (or not) switch
Product News  
2/17/2006   Post a comment
Use electrodes for proximity or touch switches, driven and sensed by an electric-field specific IC
Thermal chip touted as advance over filament heating
News & Analysis  
2/15/2006   Post a comment
Advanced Thermal Chip Technologies said it has developed a thermal IC that overcomes reliability and performance problems along with cost and safety issues associated with conventional filament technology.
Yamaichi CompactFlash card reader has special contact protection
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2/13/2006   Post a comment
Yamaichi Electronics introduces a CompactFlash™ card reader equipped with a special “pin protection” system. A special blocking mechanism ensures that only CompactFlash™ cards can be inserted in the correct orientation into the reader.
Capacitive touch switches boost automotive interface options
Design How-To  
2/10/2006   Post a comment
Today’s cars have increasing numbers of switches and buttons for control, infotainment, and security, which need to be easily installed into more contoured control surfaces. Here's one cost-effective, reliable approach with no mechanical parts.
What happened to the 42V auto?
Automotive DesignLine Blog  
2/10/2006   Post a comment
Why didn't this prediction materialize? More puzzling, how have the dire problems, that were predicted if we stayed with 12V systems, been avoided?
Design kit promotes insert molding benefits
Product News  
2/9/2006   Post a comment
Microplastics has released an insert molding design kit that includes component and prototype samples, a white paper and six-page capabilities brochure.
Motor design promotes quiet, high-speed operation
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2/3/2006   Post a comment
Featuring a ceramic air bearing design, SANYO DC Micro Motor Division's PM series micro motor provides high speed and quiet operation at high temperatures.
Keylock switches lock out contaminants
Product News  
2/2/2006   Post a comment
Locking out flux, solvents and other contaminants, NKK Switches launches its SK series of keylock switches in subminiature and miniature sizes for a wide range of applications.
Heat sinks cool BGAs in low air flow
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2/2/2006   Post a comment
Advanced Thermal Solutions has introduced maxiFLOW heat sinks for cooling BGAs and other hot components in restricted air-flow conditions. Available in a wide range of sizes, these heat sinks are said to reduce device junction temperatures by more than 40 percent below temperatures achieved by using other heat sinks.


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Rishabh N. Mahajani, High School Senior and Future Engineer
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A future engineer shares his impressions of a recent tour of top schools and offers advice on making the most of the time-honored tradition of the college road trip.

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Juggling a Cornucopia of Projects
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I feel like I'm juggling a lot of hobby projects at the moment. The problem is that I can't juggle. Actually, that's not strictly true -- I can juggle ten fine china dinner plates, but ...

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Engineers Should Study Finance: 5 Reasons Why
Larry Desjardin
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I'm a big proponent of engineers learning financial basics. Why? Because engineers are making decisions all the time, in multiple ways. Having a good financial understanding guides these ...

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Karen Field
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