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Thermal printheads tout high-speed printing with long life, high reliability
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8/29/2005   Post a comment
ROHM Electronics has introduced its new NE3002-WA30A (2-in. model) and NE3004-WA30A (4-in. model) thin-film thermal printheads for high-speed printing applications. The new thermal printheads feature an ultra-hard protection film and a proprietary step-free design (no step between the heat element and electrode) that deliver lower power consumption, improvements in anti-corrosion capabilities of the electrode, and reduced scratching.
Industrial switches are RoHS compliant
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8/29/2005   Post a comment
EAO has announced that its Series 44 industrial control switches meet the European Union's Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive, which restricts the use of hazardous substances in electronic equipment.
Slide switch offers two mounting options
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8/26/2005   Post a comment
NKK Switches has introduced its new SM series of RoHS-compliant slide switches that give designers a choice of side-by-side or end-to-end mounting in space-constrained applications.
Ramtron rolls FRAM with serial interface
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8/24/2005   Post a comment
Ramtron International Corp. has rolled out the FM25256, a 256-kilobit nonvolatile ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM) product with a serial peripheral interface (SPI).
NEMA 4X box allows easy access
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8/23/2005   Post a comment
Bud Industries has developed a new NEMA 4X die-cast box with a hinged cover that allows for easy access without risking damage to the cover or exposing internal components to the environment.
Mini switch targets WLAN
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8/23/2005   Post a comment
M/A-COM, a business unit of Tyco Electronics, has designed a RoHS-compliant DPDT switch for use in wireless LAN (WLAN) applications that require individual path control, low insertion loss, high isolation and a small size at a low cost.
Air Liquide hikes U.S. prices, cites diesel, security costs
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8/16/2005   Post a comment
LONDON — Air Liquide Electronics U.S. LP, said Tuesday (Aug. 16) that it would immediately remove discounts and raise its prices for chemical and gas products in liquid and gaseous forms by between 10 percent and 15 percent, depending on product and supply conditions.
Switch legend options include laser etching
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8/12/2005   Post a comment
NKK Switches now offers laser etching/engraving in its legend design packets for a complete portfolio of options for designers.
New SCRs and triacs boast high current
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8/12/2005   Post a comment
Crydom Corp. has expanded its product portfolio with the addition of two new series of high current silicon controlled rectifiers (SCR) and three new series of high current triac/alternistors. With the new product additions, the company now offers a wide range of SCRs with current ratings from 15 A to 55 A, and triacs from 6 A to 40 A in the popular TO-220AB package with lead-free finishes on all connections.
Plastic boxes suit portable handheld equipment
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8/5/2005   Post a comment
Bud Industries, Inc. has expanded its Grabber style handheld enclosure line with the new Grabber - Style I for portable handheld equipment. The Grabber - Style I is a uniquely shaped enclosure with an ergonomic design unlike most other enclosures, said the company.
High power relays replace sole-source devices at lower cost
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8/5/2005   Post a comment
GIGAVAC has developed two new high voltage relays to replace another vendor's previously sole sourced KC-20 and KC-22 relays for applications where customers have form-fit issues and cannot design in another relay. The company also said the new G20 and G22 replacement relays cost about 40% less than the K20 and K22 devices.
SPDT switch serves WLAN and WiMAX applications
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8/4/2005   Post a comment
A new GaAs MMIC SPDT switch from NEC delivers industry-leading performance in a new, smaller package

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