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Solid state relays offer insulation protection for sensing, multiplexing applications
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5/30/2007   Post a comment
Avago Technologies expanded their solid state relay (MOSFET) family of opto-isolation products. With an input drive as low as 2 mA and switching speeds of less than 0.5 ms, the ASSR-301C/302C and ASSR-401C/402C are designed for sensing and multiplexing applications, including test and measurement and data acquisition systems.
Cooling fan boasts high airflow, static pressure
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5/29/2007   Post a comment
Sanyo Denki has added a 60-mm counter-rotating fan to its line of compact DC cooling fans. The San Ace 60CR fans are available in 12-volt S-speed and H-speed models.
Switch features high tactile feedback
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5/28/2007   Post a comment
Elma Electronic has introduced its C08 coded output switches that feature "click with a kick" tactile feedback.
U.K. franchised component sales up in April, down from 2006
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5/25/2007   Post a comment
Franchised distribution sales in the U.K. were up sequentially in April but declined when compared to the previous year, according to statistics from the Association of Franchised Distributors of Electronic Components (AFDEC).
Emergency stop switches offer many options
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5/22/2007   Post a comment
EAO's family of emergency stop switches are available with a variety of feature options including IP65 protection for a wide range of equipment.
Outdoor splitter cabinet houses optical power
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5/11/2007   Post a comment
Tyco Electronics has introduced the CSX-2 144 outdoor centralized splitter cabinet. Suitable for pole-mounting or pad placement, the CSX-2 144 cabinet is an environmentally sealed enclosure for splitting and redistributing optical power from feeder fibers to distribution fibers. It provides the benefits of a subscriber interconnect facility and a test access location for the cable plant.
Transparent enclosure offers protection in harsh environments
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5/11/2007   Post a comment
Bud Industries released a transparent NEMA-rated enclosure which allows users to inspect for moisture and read indicators without opening the seal, leading to more reliable environmental protection of electronic components.
Analog turns counting dial features enhanced locking mechanism
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5/11/2007   Post a comment
Providing design engineers an economical device for precision rotary indication, TT electronics BI Technologies Electronic Components Division enhanced the design of its analog turns counting dial.
Hybrid backplane eases migration from cPCI to cPCI Express
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5/11/2007   Post a comment
MEN Micro develops a family of CPU boards and I/O cards to simplify the migration path from 3U CompactPCI (cPCI) to CompactPCI Express systems.
Meggitt realigns to create sensing systems group
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5/10/2007   Post a comment
Meggitt plc has formed a specialist sensing systems division by merging the Aerospace Systems and Meggitt Electronics operations into a single entity.
Limiter fuses offer high amperage in compact size
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5/9/2007   Post a comment
Waytek has added ANN and ANL limiter fuses to its line of electrical wiring products. The DC-rated fuses are an economical alternative to the Class T fuses in a non-code installation.
Huge growth seen for set top box shipments
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5/9/2007   Post a comment
Sales of set top boxes (STBs) are expected to grow at an annual rate of 13 percent to 120 million units by 2011, according to market research group Understanding & Solutions. Last year, 65 million cable, satellite and digital IPTV boxes were shipped, the researchers say.
C-MAC designs own brand PA modules
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5/8/2007   Post a comment
C-MAC MicroTechnology has developed a range of solid state microwave amplifier modules, the first to be marketed being Ku band amplifier and LNA modules. Both target the satellite communications, point-to-point, radiolocation and defence sectors.
Slow growth predicted for component, assembly markets
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5/8/2007   Post a comment
Both the long term and short term forecasts compiled by the Electronic Components, Assemblies & Materials Association (ECA) indicate that that growth will be slower in 2007 than it has been the last two years.
RF reed relay modules offer multiple I/O options
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5/4/2007   Post a comment
MEDER electronic has introduced its RM series of high-frequency reed relays. These low-profile modules provide three input-output options - 4 input/2 output, 4 input/4 output and 4 input/1 output.
Five-slot AdvancedTCA chassis with shelf manager offers efficient cooling system
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5/3/2007   Post a comment
ADLINK Technology introduces the aTCA-8505, an AdvancedTCA chassis with shelf manager and dual, hot-swappable, I2C-controlled fan trays. The aTCA-8505 features a push-pull design for a right-to-left transverse air flow and a more-efficient cooling system.
Racks offer cooling, cable management
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5/2/2007   Post a comment
Hewlett-Packard released the 10000 G2 series rack family. These enterprise-class racks, sized from 22 U to 47 U and 600 mm to 800 mm widths, combine structural integrity, cooling, and cable management.

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