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Tiny encoder delivers 318 LPI resolution
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4/30/2007   Post a comment
Avago says its high resolution AEDR-8400-14x surface-mount optical encoders are the industry's smallest with dimensions of 3 x 3.28 x 1.26-mm.
Optically coupled isolators provide 6kV isolation
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4/30/2007   Post a comment
Providing design engineers with an extended range of isolators for applications that require 6kVDC electrical isolation, TT electronics OPTEK Technology has expanded its family of optically coupled isolators.
Micro-mini photomicrosensors detect motion, position
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4/26/2007   Post a comment
Omron's EE-SX1 series of transmissive photomicrosensors for motion and position detection house both the emitter and detector in a package as small as 3 x 3 x .34 mm.
Sony enters blue-violet laser market
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4/23/2007   Post a comment
Sony Corp. said it will enter the blue-violet laser market with a monthly production capacity of 1.7 million units.
Oplink acquires majority stake in OCP
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4/23/2007   Post a comment
Oplink Communications Inc., a photonic components and module provider, has signed a definitive agreement with The Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd. to acquire a majority interest in Optical Communication Products Inc.
Optical sensor can prevent collisions in urban traffic
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4/19/2007   Post a comment
Automotive tier-one Continental AG has developed a sensor that can in connection with a brake assistant attenuate or even prevent collisions at speeds typical to urban traffic. Already 2008, the first cars equipped with the sensor will enter mass production.
Sony spinoff to demo prototype field-emission display
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4/16/2007   Post a comment
Field Emission Technologies Inc., carved out of Sony Corp. to commercialize field-emission display technology, will demonstrate a prototype FED panel at Display 2007. But don't expect to see commercial offerings until 2009.
Fuji gives Given Imaging's video capsule a boost
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4/12/2007   Post a comment
Fujicon Corporation is joining forces with Given Imaging Ltd. (Yoqneam, Israel), a startup which supplies a camera that can be swallowed to obtain pictures of the digestive tract. The companies will develop products for the gastrointestinal endoscopy and diagnostic fields.
SSRs offer higher current handling
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4/11/2007   Post a comment
Clare Inc. has expanded its family of AC/DC and DC-only 1-Form-A solid-state power relays with the CPC1708 and CPC1709, offering designers up to 24 amps and 32 amps of current handling, respectively.
Readers respond to LED lighting story
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4/10/2007   Post a comment
Readers saw the light after reading our story about the efforts of the Lighting Efficiency Coalition.
Camera module captures images in near-zero visibility
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4/9/2007   Post a comment
NEC has developed an infrared camera module that enables the detection and image capturing of objects even under near-zero visibility conditions. The uncooled HX0830M1 module delivers a highly sensitive infrared detector capable of detecting far infrared energy from 8 to 14 microns.
LED indicator assemblies offer four to eight tiers
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4/6/2007   Post a comment
Bivar has introduced a multi-tier LED indicator assembly, considered the first of its type for surface-mount applications. The SHA series offers an individual display station design with four- to eight-tier elevations, which makes the design suitable for a variety of applications.
LedEngin teams with Mouser
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4/5/2007   Post a comment
Startup LedEngin Inc. has tapped Mouser Electronics to distribute its ultra-high-brightness LED emitters and solid-state light-source modules.
Allied to distribute Optek LEDs
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4/3/2007   Post a comment
Allied Electronics has expanded its components catalog with an agreement to distribute Optek Technology's visible LED products in North America.


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