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posted in August 2009
Small engines get greener
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8/26/2009   7 comments
Emissions from small gasoline engines could be reduced using a new analog chip that Freescale Semiconductor introduced at a technology forum in Shenzhen, China.
Optrex : Touch switches use capacitive technology
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8/26/2009   Post a comment
In addition to resistive touch screens, Optrex now also offers capacitive touch switch solutions. The capacitive touch switch technology eliminates air gaps and reduces the number of layers.
Graphical System Design Achievement Awards presented at NIWeek
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8/7/2009   Post a comment
At an exclusive event at the NIWeek conference, National Instruments handed out the 2009 Graphical System Design Achievement Awards.
Knitter-switch : Pushbutton switch has a footprint of just 7 x 3 mm
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8/3/2009   Post a comment
Knitter-switch has added to its SSP series of sub-miniature pushbutton switches with a switch designed specifically for use with mobile multimedia devices, portable medical devices and a variety of test and measuring instruments.


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