Available in versions delivering an output from 12 VDC to 150 VDC, Absopulse’s HBL 1K6 Series of 1600-W modular AC/DC switching power supplies also offer an optional built-in redundancy diode for parallel and N+1 operation.
Google Inc is planning a direct attack on Microsoft Corp's core business by taking on the software giant's globally dominant Windows operating system for personal computers.
Providing integrated temperature sensor functionality in high-performance networking and storage controllers including 10 GB Ethernet and 8 GB fiber channel devices, the PCI Express Gen2 switches from Integrated Device Technology offer system-level thermal data for power management,
Allowing remote servicing and diagnostics of distant network devices via modem and telephone line, the analog V.92 Ethernet modem from Phoenix Contact uses point-to-point protocol with 128-bit password encryption and continuous re-authentication via CHAP.
The world's first piloted aircraft capable of taking to the air using only power from fuel cells took off in Germany Tuesday, producing zero carbon dioxide emissions, its makers said. "We have improved the performance capabilities and efficiency of the fuel cell to such an extent that a piloted aircraft is now able to take off using it," said Johann-Dietrich Woerner from the German Aerospace Center (DLR).
The U.S. Justice Department has begun looking at big telecom companies such as AT&T Inc and Verizon Communications to try to determine if they have abused their market power, the Wall Street Journal reported in its online edition on Monday. The journal, which cited people familiar with the matter, said the Antitrust Division's review was in its very early stages and was not yet a formal probe of any specific company.
With a mechanical life of over 500,000 cycles, the TL1220 illuminated tactile switch from E-Switch has multiple illuminated cap options that include graphics.
Measuring 26 mm x 12.5 mm x 9.3 mm, the IM and IT series of 2-W and 3-W DC/DC converters from XP Power provide a 4-to-1 input range with an I/O isolation of 1.5 kV for up to 1 minute, Ideal for mobile, portable, and wireless devices, the converter takes an input from either 9 VDC to 36 VDC or 18 VDC to 75 VDC in versions providing a single or dual output.
Painstakingly detailed work to reconstruct the circumstances of traffic accidents will soon be a thing of the past, at least in Japan. Sharp has developed a black box for the domestic market that can record up to six hours of travel. The heart of the high-tech travel recorder is a 2-MP CMOS sensor in 1/4 format, combined with a 180° lens in order to record what happens across the entire width of the road.
The 19-pin HDMI Type D (micro) connector from Molex provides a miniaturized solution for delivering high definition video and images from portable devices to flat panel screens while meeting all electrical and mechanical specifications of the HDMI Specification 1.4.
Microsoft's share of the global and North American browser markets continued to fall in June, according to StatCounter. The latest data from the Dublin-based Web metrics firm shows the software giant's Internet Explorer browser lost 9.27 percentage points of global market share during the past 11 months.
Ideal for cable and VoIP modems, the MAX3518 is a low-power, DOCSIS 3.0 upstream amplifier by Maxim Integrated Products which consumes 1.25 W when configured for 31dB of gain and + 64 dBm and 25 mW in transmit-disabled mode.
Microsoft Corp. has taken the rare step of warning about a serious computer security vulnerability it hasn't fixed yet. The vulnerability disclosed Monday affects Internet Explorer users whose computers run the Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 operating software.
The government issued final rules Monday expanding taxpayer-funded research using embryonic stem cells, easing scientists' fears that some of the oldest batches might not qualify and promising a master list of all that do.
Those writing incandescent’s obituary may want to stay their pen. The NY Times reports on the efforts towards modernizing the “Edison lightbulb.” Leading the pack is Philips’ Halogena Energy Savers, purportedly 30% more efficient than similar incandescent bulbs. The 2007 Energy Independence and Security Act sounded the death knell for traditional incandescents. While it doesn’t ban incandescents, it does set wattage limitations and other restrictions