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Magnetic superpower on the rise
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9/29/2009   1 comment
At the 10th Cambridge Enterprise Conference, at the end of September, a number of startups showed up to exhibit what could be the next wave of technology to penetrate our everyday lives. Magnifye Ltd was one of them.
Hammond offers die-cast enclosures in sixteen standard sizes
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9/18/2009   Post a comment
Hammond Electronics has launched an initial six sizes in its 1550 family, a range of industry standard sizes small die-cast aluminium enclosures that provide robust mechanical protection and good EMC attenuation levels, making them suitable for a use in a wide variety of applications.
Schurter : Metal switch has a ceramic surface
Product News  
9/18/2009   Post a comment
The MSM CS metal switch from Schurter is equipped with an actuator made of highly durable ceramic.
Amphenol : Hybrid connectors carry signal and power
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9/18/2009   Post a comment
For the power supply and control circuits of small electric appliances, such as electric motors for example, Amphenol now offers special solutions based on its miniature Series C091.
Verotec : 1U fan trays feature intelligent control
Product News  
9/17/2009   Post a comment
Designed to provide localised cooling of 19 inch rack mounted or desktop equipment, a range of 19 inch 1U standard fan trays from Verotec consists of two depths, a 250 mm deep unit fitted with three fans and a 350 mm deep unit with six fans, fitted with either a 3 mm thick silver anodised aluminium or a 3 mm black powder coated steel front panel.
GSN Greatecs : LED illuminated encoders have an optional switch function
Product News  
9/10/2009   Post a comment
LED illuminated encoders (Series EC7) extend the product range of Greatecs. These Encoders contain a clear shaft which shines in an attractive way, illuminated by high-quality LEDs.
CUI : Mechanical encoders allow over 1000 configurations
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9/10/2009   Post a comment
CUI announces a line of flexible mechanical encoders that can be configured into over 1,000 different versions.
Taming Terawatt-hour appetites with efficient motor controls
Design How-To  
9/9/2009   Post a comment
Providing an overview of eco-design issues in EU appliance and industrial motor control design, this article discusses EC 92/75/EEC and how it affects appliance motor control design efficiency.
Schroff : AdvancedMC modules meet MicroTCA.1 spec
Design How-To  
9/7/2009   Post a comment
Electronics packaging specialist Schroff has developed a retention device for securely fastening AdvancedMC modules into a MicroTCA subrack to enable such systems to withstand the extreme shock and vibration conditions laid down in the recently issued MicroTCA.1 specification.


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