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Potentiometer switch saves panel space
Product News  
7/31/2007   Post a comment
Electro-Mech's SW44511 tactile feel momentary potentiometer switch offers both rotary and push-on functionality.
Wi-Fi enclosures house Cisco access points in hazardous locals
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7/31/2007   Post a comment
TerraWave Solutions announced the availability of indoor and outdoor enclosures for hazardous locations where critical health and safety standards apply. The enclosures are designed to house the Cisco 1200 and 1500 series access point and other wireless products.
Speed (hybrid) racer
Automotive DesignLine Blog  
7/29/2007   Post a comment
Here are more details on Toyota's Supra HV-R hybrid racer that won the Tokachi 24-Hour Race
Embedded thermoelectric coolers target hot spot cooling
Product News  
7/20/2007   Post a comment
Nextreme says it has developed the industry's first thermoelectric cooler that allows the seamless embedding of an active cooling and/or heating device in close proximity to the IC.
Hybrids 'round the clock
Automotive DesignLine Blog  
7/20/2007   Post a comment
Think hybrids are 'wimpy?' Well here's one that just won a 24-hour endurance race.
Plastic enclosures are stackable
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7/19/2007   Post a comment
Bud Industries has released its first stackable plastic electronics enclosure product line. The Plasticase Style H enclosures can be stacked several high without slipping thanks to a unique interlocking design.
Vishay launches 4-ohm quad SPST CMOS analog switches
Product News  
7/16/2007   Post a comment
Vishay's latest analog switches offer low typical on-resistance flatness of 0.2 ohms and 44-V supply ratings in TSSOP16 and SOIC-16 packages.
Ultra-mini tactile switch features dual LEDs
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7/13/2007   Post a comment
E-Switch has introduced the ultra-miniature TL3200 tactile switch with dual LEDs.
Component orders bounce back, says ECA
News & Analysis  
7/13/2007   Post a comment
Electronic component orders bounced back in June from a small dip the month before, according to the four-to-five week average index compiled by the Electronic Components, Assemblies & Materials Association (ECA).
Tiny detection switch fits handheld devices
Product News  
7/6/2007   Post a comment
Omron has introduced the D3SH series of ultra-small, low-profile detection switches for handheld device applications
Mechatronics transforms driving experience
News & Analysis  
7/6/2007   Post a comment
Mechatronics--the melding of electronics, mechanics, computers and control engineering--have spawned lifelike robots that can navigate and gather intelligence autonomously.
DC fans deliver airflow of 27 CFM
Product News  
7/3/2007   Post a comment
The Super-Flow Turbo series of back-to-back fans from Jaro Thermal offers airflow of 27 CFM and produces a static pressure of 1.4 inches in H2O.
Mixed-signal FPGAs provide GREEN POWER
Design How-To  
7/2/2007   Post a comment
Electric motors are used in nearly everything, from elevators to home appliances. In 2005, the United States consumed 4,055 billion kilowatt-hours of electrical power. More than 50 percent of this power was used in electric motors, translating into a staggering 2,000 billion kW-hr bill. Unfortunately, many of the motors in use are inefficient and waste a substantial amount of the power they consume.



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