Sensor detects photo orientation Product News 11/30/2006 Post a comment SRAM's SFH 7710 SMT orientation sensor for mobile devices detects whether a photo has been taken in portrait or landscape format and automatically displays the photo in its correct orientation, eliminating the need to rotate digital pictures in order to view them.
EMI gaskets tested to 500,000 cycles Product News 11/16/2006 Post a comment Laird Technologies has verified using custom-designed test equipment that its beryllium-free recyclable clean copper EMI gaskets operate up to 500,000 cycles without product failure.
LEDs are super thin for mobile devices Product News 11/15/2006 Post a comment Avago Technologies said it has introduced the industry's thinnest and smallest surface-mount LEDs. These ChipLEDs are about the size of a pencil tip and tout high brightness with minimum current consumption.
Power resistor purges heat Product News 11/14/2006 Post a comment Providing excellent thermal performance, BI Technologies' BHP75 series 75-watt power resistor uses three methods of heat dissipation for maximum power handling capabilities.
Wire bondable passives target hybrid modules Product News 11/14/2006 Post a comment IRC Advanced Film Division has developed a comprehensive range of surface-mount wire bondable devices including resistors, capacitors, divider networks and other passive networks for hybrid modules and implantable medical devices.
MOVs are RoHS compliant Product News 11/3/2006 Post a comment AVX has extended its VE/VF series of metal oxide varistors with a lead-free version, which is suitable for telecommunications, industrial equipment, consumer electronic and automotive applications.
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