(No, this post has nothing to do with a certain twenty-four-year-old, side-scrolling action game series.)
Chroma introduces versatility in Automated Test Systems by providing a full range hardware devices and software architecture for EV/PHEV related applications such as battery storage system, EVSE charger station, DC/DC converter unit and motor traction drivers.
Eric of Schneider Electric shows off their gas/hybrid motorcycle, built in conjunction with the people from the "American Chopper" TV program.
Ron of IEPC demonstrates their technology-agnostic web-enabled lighting control system, that also monitors and reports on energy usage and savings.
Heather of Future Lighting Solutions demonstrates their line of LED drivers and lamp development kits and tools at Lightfair 2010.
Brian of OSRAM Opto Semiconductors shows off their first commerical (ready-to-order) OLED light engine, and its use in a mirror-lamp wall light.
Peter of Blockmaster demonstrates their new Clearconnect push-in wire connectors at their booth at the 2010 Electronic Distribution Show.
George from Avnet shows off various LED light systems from partner companies at Lightfair 2010.
Eugene from the Enocean Alliance demonstrates their wireless switch system that uses energy harvesting to eliminate the need for batteries.
Stephan of Vellman demonstrates their new Lab-2 three-in-one Lab unit at the 2010 EDS exhibition.
Mike from Extech Instruments demonstrates their new RC200 Tweezer Multimeter which permits tweezer-style testing of small, SMD components as well as standard electronic and electrical testing using easy-to-swap test leads.
(American Physical Society) Magnetic stripes hint at the origin of superconductivity in ceramics.
(http://www.hcltech.com)HCL AXON, a division of HCL Technologies and a provider of business transformation consulting services through the innovative implementation and support of SAP@ applications, announced today that it has successfully completed the SAP@ Education training and certification...
Microchip Technology Inc. announced the MCP2003 and MCP2004 (MCP2003/4) stand-alone LIN transceivers. These AEC-Q100-certified devices are 3rd party-LIN/J2602 approved and satisfy the stringent requirements of automotive manufacturers, worldwide.
Keithley Instruments introduced the Model 3732 Quad 4x28 Ultra-High Density Reed Relay Matrix Card. The card, which offers 448 single-pole matrix crosspoints, was designed for automated switch and measure applications that require multiple instrument connections as well as