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posted in March 2004
Dry reed switches tackle tough jobs
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3/30/2004   Post a comment
Providence, R.I. — Targeting high reliability automatic test equipment, security, industrial and computer applications, Coto Technology's new RI-90 Series changeover dry reed switch offers an initial contact resistance of 140 milliohms (max).
Push switches focus on auto apps
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3/30/2004   Post a comment
The next generation of SPED series push switches from ALPS Electric Co., Ltd. features near-silent operation, smooth operational feel, and a thinner profile for lamps in car cabin interiors.
Power rocker switches deliver multiple functionality
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3/30/2004   Post a comment
Newton, Mass. — ITT Industries, Cannon's new single pole (CM) and double pole (CN) series of panel mount power rocker switches are available in a wide choice of configurations and actuator designs.
NKK Switches offers complete line of mini toggle switches
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3/24/2004   Post a comment
NKK Switches is offering a comprehensive portfolio of miniature toggle switches with a variety of options. The M series and M2T series provide hundreds of thousands of combinations, giving engineers more choices for their applications.
Pushbutton switches offer many options
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3/23/2004   Post a comment
Shogyo International Corp. has launched a new line of illuminated pushbutton switches for a variety of applications including medical equipment, audio/video systems, household electronics, CNC equipment, and computers and peripherals.
16-slot CompactPCI backplane upgraded
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3/12/2004   Post a comment
Bustronic Corp. has upgraded its 16-slot CompactPCI backplane to a new bridge layout to work with bridges developed by European sister-company Elma TreNew.
SSRs target mil/aero apps
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3/11/2004   Post a comment
Designed to meet the demanding performance and quality requirements of military and aviation applications, Teledyne Relays' new LDP70 solid-state relay series is designed for interface applications, aircraft flight control systems, automated test equipment and 28 Vdc aircraft instrumentation systems.
Arrow offers free technical seminars
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3/7/2004   Post a comment
Arrow Electronics, Inc. will host its first Arrow Technical Solutions Forum in March that brings industry experts and engineers together for a series of seminars that are focused on providing application and market specific technical solutions to customers. The first series will focus on motor control applications and will be hosted in multiple cities around the country starting on March 17th.


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