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COTS chassis available in 7U height
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4/27/2005   Post a comment
Elma Electronic Inc. has expanded its 12R1 commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) chassis series with a new low-weight, rugged 7U version. Offering excellent shielding capability, the new chassis weighs 20% to 25% less than the company's previous models.
Switch guide features RoHS-compliant switches
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4/22/2005   Post a comment
NKK Switches has announced the release of its latest Switch Guide complete with new RoHS-compliant switches. Designed to help engineers specify the right switch for their applications, the easy-to-use guide is organized by actuator types for more than 80 switch families with 3-D cutaways and detailed specifications.
Heat sinks cool components in low airflow conditions
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4/22/2005   Post a comment
Norwood, Mass. — Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS) has introduced a line of low profile, high performance heat sinks designed for cooling components in low airflow velocity conditions. The new blueICE heat sinks offer height profiles from 4 to 7 mm, which allows them to be used inside most telecommunication enclosures where space is limited.
Magnetic rotary encoder designed for rugged apps
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4/19/2005   Post a comment
Targeting cost-sensitive and rugged industrial and automotive applications, austriamicrosystems has launched its new 8-bit incremental magnetic rotary encoder for human-machine interface (HMI) applications such as front panel switches. The new AS5035 encoder may also be used as an alternative to optical encoder-based applications where dust or other particles could diminish the reliability and accuracy of the system operation.
Microelectronic relay enhances reliability for ATE systems
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4/15/2005   Post a comment
International Rectifier's new PVY117 series of microelectronic relays (MERs) is designed to increase product reliability by replacing electromechanical and reed relays with more reliable solid-state versions that have no moving parts, lower power consumption and lower actuation current requirements. In addition, they offer a much smaller subminiature, surface-mount package for high-density applications.
CompactPCI backplanes promote easier wiring
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4/14/2005   Post a comment
Bustronic Corp. has launched its new EasyCable line of CompactPCI (cPCI) backplanes that are designed for easy cabling. These fully-compliant PICMG backplanes are available in 3U and 6U cPCI as well as 6U with H.110 Computer Telephony implementation versions.
Rad-hardened solid-state relays improve reliability in hi-rel systems
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4/14/2005   Post a comment
International Rectifier has introduced four devices in a new line of radiation-hardened solid-state relays (SSRs) for high-reliability applications. The new hermetically-sealed, all-electronic devices are designed to improve reliability by replacing electromechanical relays in power bus switching, heater control circuits, battery charging and other hi-rel applications.
Cabinet shelf offers fast installation
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4/14/2005   Post a comment
Bud Industries, Inc. offers a new Tool-Less Shelf that installs in less than five minutes and doesn't require additional tools or hardware. This new heavy-duty shelf can be used in a wide range of applications where cabinet or rack assemblies require the installation of non-rack mountable equipment.
EE Times Japan to launch in July
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4/13/2005   Post a comment
Targeting one of the largest electronics markets in the world, EE Times' new sister magazine, EE Times Japan, will begin publishing in July.
U.S. firm sues Canon over flat-panel TV patents
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4/12/2005   Post a comment
A U.S.-based holding company called Nano-Proprietary Inc. announced that it has filed suit against Japan's Canon Inc. over its flat-panel display technology.
SQUIGGLE motor shrinks in size, boosts precision
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4/8/2005   Post a comment
New Scale Technologies, Inc. has expanded its family of piezoelectric SQUIGGLE motors with the introduction of the high-resolution SQ-306s that is 50% shorter than previous models. It also offers improved resolution and higher electrical power efficiency for longer battery life in mobile devices including auto focus and optical zoom assemblies in camera phones.
Leuchtender Einrast-Wippschalter im Miniaturformat
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4/8/2005   Post a comment
Mit beleuchteten Einrast-Wippschaltern im Miniaturformat bringt NKK Switches jetzt Licht ins Dunkel. Die Schalter eignen sich laut Unternehmensangaben für Glühbirnen, Neonlampen und LEDs und sollen eine Marktneuheit sein.
Mini snap-in rocker switch offers illumination
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4/6/2005   Post a comment
NKK Switches claims to offer the industry's first miniature snap-in illuminated rocker switches. These devices offer a wide range of illumination choices including incandescent bulbs, neon lamps and LEDs. These switches may be used in transportation, communication, security, industrial/commercial, instrumentation, and medical applications.
Air transport rack enclosure available in new size
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4/6/2005   Post a comment
Elma Electronic Inc. has expanded its air transport rack (ATR) enclosure line with a new 1 1/2 size that allows up to 15-slots of VME/VME64x/VXS or other backplanes in the top loaded 6U x 16- mm card cage.
Lock-out relays protect utility equipment
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4/5/2005   Post a comment
Accommodating virtually any lock-out switching application in the electric power industry, a new series of lock-out relays (LORs) from Electroswitch provide reliable protection of critical utility equipment. These new relays are available in a variety of models featuring manual-, electric-, or self-reset capability. Standard nameplates include mechanical targets (black for normal operation, orange for trip), and some models are available with "smart nameplates" that incorporate up to three field Parts Search

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