Serving coiled-cable applications such as in medical or satcom systems to protect both cable and PCB, the AMCORJ-PCB-SCA1 PCB-mounted coaxial rotary joint from Link Microtek is designed to allow a cable to be rotated through 360 degrees while connected to a printed circuit board.
The FMA-4100/4300 Series flow rate can be displayed in 23 different volumetric flow or mass flow engineering units including a user specific selection. FMA-4100/4300 flowmeters support various functions including, programmable flow totalizer, high and low
Electronic coupons, arriving by cell phone, Twitter, e-mail and Facebook, are helping generate an old standby's comeback and bringing in new, younger customers. Many shoppers, especially young consumers like 30-year-old April Englebert, used to
The PG0871NL and PG0702NL series of round-wire coil surface mount power inductors from Pulse yields a 90 percent core loss reduction and 30 percent increase in maximum operating temperature when compared to standard iron powder material. The series has a direct current resistance (DCR) of 0.68 m? to 31.5 m?
The Federal Communications Commission is taking a closer look at the practices of the wireless industry, potentially the first step toward more regulations intended to push down prices and increase choices for consumers.
The sandwich recipe recently concocted by scientists working at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) may prove tasty for computer chip designers, who have long had an appetite for molecule-sized electronic components – but no clear way to satisfy it until now.
A mechanical failure forced a NASA contractor on Thursday to call off the first test firing of the main part of NASA's powerful new moon rocket. The test wasn't immediately rescheduled as officials scrambled to learn the root cause of the failure. Alliant Techsystems Inc. called off the rocket burn with just 20 seconds left on the countdown clock.
China Unicom Ltd. said Friday it will sell Apple Inc.'s iPhone in China this year, ending months of rumor about when the hit phone would make its long-delayed debut in the world's most populous mobile market. The phones are expected to go on sale in the fourth quarter under a multiyear deal struck between the two companies, Unicom executives said in Hong Kong.
Dell Inc.'s second-quarter results reinforce what other tech heavyweights have shown recently about the health of the personal-computer industry: it's still wounded by the recession, but is staggering back to its feet, thanks to consumers, bargain prices and little "netbook" laptops for surfing the Internet. The Round Rock, Texas-based company reported Thursday that profit fell 23 percent and sales fell 22 percent in the May-July period.
The CP200 pressure transmitter from E Instruments measures ranges from ± 0.4” H2O to as high as ± 29 PSI. Features include: accuracy of ±(1% rdg. + 0.008” H2O), 0.01” H2O Resolution, simultaneous display of 2 parameters, two output 4 mA-20 mA or 0 V-10 V (4 wires), RS 232, or 2 RCR relays at 6 A/230 Vac.
The HyperBGA PTFE-based "coreless" semiconductor package from Endicott Interconnect Technologies purportedly delivers digital signal speeds surpassing 12 Gb/s. The material compliance of the PTFE material supposedly eliminates the BGA wear out, die cracking, delamination, and flip chip bump fatigue.
Measuring 3 mm x 3 mm x 1.6 mm, the OSLON LX LEDs from OSRAM Opto are intended for side injection into light guides with a thickness of 2 mm to 4 mm. Light output is typically 75 lm or 90 lm at 350 mA, and the integrated polynomial lens features a beam angle of 125°. The multi-white version (High Color Gamut White)
On Wednesday, Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced the appropriation of $300 million from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for the Clean Cities program. The aim of the program is to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and speed the development of alternative energies. A major priority is creating the infrastructure necessary to support nationwide fleets of advanced technology vehicles.
TiVo Inc. on Wednesday sued AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. for patent infringement, including one covering the ability to pause and rewind live TV. The DVR maker filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Texas, seeking damages for past infringement and a permanent injunction.
Web insecurity. That's the two-word summary of IBM's X-Force 2009 Mid-Year Trend and Risk Report. Big Blue released its latest survey Wednesday with some troubling news: Web client, server and content threats are converging to create an untenable risk landscape.