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posted in June 2006
Ultra-thin tactile switches provide full illumination
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6/30/2006   Post a comment
Touting a distinctive appearance and functionality, NKK Switches offers the JL series of ultra-thin, full-face illuminated tactile switches for human interface displays.
Pushbutton switches offer blue and white LEDs
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6/30/2006   Post a comment
EAO has added blue and white LED illumination options to its Series 84 pushbutton switches.
Single-chip ICs optimize adaptive front lighting system design
Design How-To  
6/29/2006   Post a comment
Electronic control of automotive HID headlight aiming, via stepper motors, directs beams both to minimize glare for oncoming traffic and illuminate curving roadways. But the location of the motor driver chips in the vehicle impacts system efficiency.
A/V pushbutton switches offer more options
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6/29/2006   Post a comment
NKK Switches has expanded its KP01 series of miniature audio/video (A/V), silent pushbuttons to include options for rectangular and home key versions for front panel broadcast designs.
A6-size electronic paper achieves Quad-XGA resolution
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6/28/2006   Post a comment
Epson has developed A6-size (7.1” on the diagonal) electronic paper using a plastic substrate. Drawing on the company’s original SUFTLA technology, the electronic paper achieves Quad-XGA resolution (1536 x 2048 pixels), and shows the potential for increasing screen size.
Computing display is highest class certified for the oil and gas industry
News & Analysis  
6/26/2006   Post a comment
Setting the standard for ruggedness and extreme mobile computing performance, Kontron has announced the Triton D1, the highest class certified computing display for the oil and gas industry. The Triton D1 is the industry's first explosion-proof computing display that carries the Certified Class l Zone l / ATEX Zone l and electrical protection class EMC/EN61326 for maximum protection in hazardous-classified areas.
Cooling devices designed for standalone or integration
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6/22/2006   Post a comment
Vette offers its first line of axial fan, blower and frameless DC fan products that can be used as standalone products or integrated into thermal solutions.
Cooling fan offers airflow up to 450 CFM
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6/20/2006   Post a comment
JARO Components has launched a high airflow AC cooling fan that touts airflow up to 450 CFM.
40-amp auto relay supports two styles
Product News  
6/16/2006   Post a comment
The A5 series 40-amp automotive relay from CIT Relay & Switch is offered in both U.S. and European PC layout styles. The compact A5 relay may be used in a variety of automotive applications ranging from anti-lock braking systems to power windows.
Israeli electronic materials group raises $14 million
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6/12/2006   Post a comment
Israeli holding company Elron Electronic Industries Ltd. has completed a $14 million financing round in its Advanced Metal Technologies Ltd. subsidiary, a round led by Shamrock Israel Growth Fund
Pushbutton switches offer multi options
Product News  
6/9/2006   Post a comment
NKK Switches has expanded the aesthetic and functional options of its UB2 series of low-profile, illuminated pushbutton switches.
Free development kit for rotary encoder ICs cuts time-to-market
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6/6/2006   Post a comment
austriamicrosystems' free development kit for its magnetic rotary encoder IC family allows designers to develop application software customized to their actual production test requirements in the shortest possible timeframe.
Illuminated pushbutton switch is vandal resistant
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6/2/2006   Post a comment
CIT Relay & Switch has introduced the CH series of LED illuminated pushbutton switches that is vandal resistant. It also meets the requirements of the EU RoHS directive.


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