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posted in September 2003
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9/29/2003   Post a comment
While highly competitive pricing for electromechanical switches and relays is good news for OEMs, U.S. suppliers of the devices are struggling to achieve profits while vying for shrinking orders.
Enclosures meet high-power specs
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9/18/2003   Post a comment
Elma Electronic Inc.'s latest line of enclosures complies with the VITA 1.7 specification for higher power requirements. VITA 1.7 increases the current rating of the existing DIN connector pins, both three-row 96-pin and five-row 160-pin, from 1 amp to a minimum of 2 A per contact.
Edgecard connectors fit tight spaces
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9/18/2003   Post a comment
Sullins Electronics Corp.'s MBB make-before-break edge-card connectors target applications that need special contacts to avoid signal interruption during mating and unmating.
Fans and heat sinks add new light
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9/11/2003   Post a comment
Traditional passive systems remain a basically mature technical area with few new twists.
Connectors fit SCSI, serial ATA formats
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9/11/2003   Post a comment
Fujitsu Components America Inc. has expanded its high-speed, differential-connector microGiGaCN line to include an I/O plug with thumbscrews, which is a standard I/O for serial-attached SCSI, serial ATA and 10-Gbit Fiber Channel.
Sockets support 30-W BGA devices
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9/4/2003   Post a comment
Ironwood Electronics' solderless SG-BGA-6080 socket makes it possible to socket 30-watt ball-grid array ICs in very high-speed communication systems.


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