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posted in March 2008
APEM : Tactile pushbutton switches have large actuator
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3/26/2008   Post a comment
Pushbutton switches of the LPI series have the largest actuator and lowest behind-panel depth within the APEM switch range.
15-kV high-voltage relay features low contact resistance
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3/26/2008   Post a comment
GIGAVAC has introduced a RoHS-compliant 15-kV double pole/double throw (DPDT) vacuum relay.
Switch selection: Size Isn't Everything
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3/22/2008   Post a comment
For many applications today, smaller isn't always better " a smaller switch might not provide the necessary functionality or reliability for a particular design. Programmable LCD switches and solid-state tilt switches offer engineers flexibility in meeting design and function needs of specific applications.
Sealed tact switches offer 1 million operations
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3/21/2008   Post a comment
C&K Components has developed new versions of sealed through-hole subminiature tact switches with a variety of configurations.
NKK rolls out two series of illuminated toggle switches
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3/19/2008   Post a comment
NKK Switches has released the M2100 series of LED-tipped miniature toggle switches, and the TL series of illuminated standard-size toggle switches.
Submini snap-action switch features 2-mm overtravel
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3/14/2008   Post a comment
Crouzet North America has introduced its V5 Sealed (V5S) snap-action switch in a subminiature package for space-critical applications.
Electronics enclosure meets military requirements
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3/12/2008   Post a comment
SprayCool has introduced its Multi-Platform Enclosure (MPE), aimed at a variety of mission critical military applications deployed in harsh environments.
Illuminated tactile switch delivers three colors in one package
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3/12/2008   Post a comment
Omron Electronic Components LLC has introduced its tri-color B3W-9 series of LED illuminated tactile switches.
High-resolution analog-output encoders operate in harsh environments
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3/7/2008   Post a comment
Micronor has introduced its ENA361M (hollow shaft) and ESA361M (solid shaft) series of high-resolution analog-output encoders for industrial automation and process control applications.
Heat spreader substrate dissipates heat in VLED applications
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3/7/2008   Post a comment
OPTEK Technology has developed a thermally conductive aluminum substrate that dissipates heat in visible LED applications.
Illuminated pushbutton switches deliver more cap styles
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3/5/2008   Post a comment
C&K Components adds three new cap styles to its ELUM series of illuminated pushbutton switches.
Micro cooler shrinks in size
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3/4/2008   Post a comment
JaroThermal has introduced a micro-sized fan for space-constrained applications. The Super-Flow Micro fan measures 15 x 15 x 4 mm, and delivers a rated speed of 26,000 rpm, while producing .3 CFM of airflow.
Leoni attacks Korean cable market
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3/4/2008   Post a comment
Wiring systems manufacturer Leoni AG (Nuremberg, Germany) has acquired a 50 percent stake in Korean company Daekyeung, one of the leading automotive wiring system vendors in Korea. The move gives Leoni access to the world's fifth-largest vehicle market.


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