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Ultra-slim SSR targets industrial and appliance apps
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11/25/2003   Post a comment
Fujitsu Components America, Inc. offers a new ultra-slim solid-state relay (SSR) for industrial and appliance applications such as PLCs, process controls, remote switching, air conditioners, vending machines and photocopiers. Designed for high-density PC-board mounting, the new FTR-SL is a 1A, SIP-type SSR that measures 5 mm (W) x 28 mm (L) x 15 mm (H). The device is pin-compatible with Fujitsu's existing FTR-LY electromechanical relay.
Advanced Test Equipment Can Shorten Time To Market For New Fiber Optic Communication Gear
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11/21/2003   Post a comment
The recent battering of optical network and related stocks, along with those of other technology companies, belies the underlying fundamentals of the communications industry. In the face of financial turbulence and consolidations, the long-term outlook for optical networking remains positive. Capacity expansions for opto devices are being coupled with vigorous cost reduction efforts to help bring down component and system prices, which the industry recognizes as a necessity.


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