Available in versions for specific OEM LCD models, the Smart Kit development kit from Endicott Research Group gives engineers the ability to create and evaluate LED backlighting including drivers and hardware. Each kit is shipped with DV and non-DV input harnesses for design flexibility.
If manmade devices could be combined with biological machines, laptops and other electronic devices could get a boost in operating efficiency. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers have devised a versatile hybrid platform that uses lipid-coated nanowires to build prototype bionanoelectronic devices.
Endevco has introduced Model 7264G, a patented, damped MEMS accelerometer for crash sled, rough road and other critical shock testing applications. Model 7264G features a full bridge, with two fixed resistors to facilitate shunt calibration. Sensing elements are
NASA is charged with spotting most of the asteroids that pose a threat to Earth but doesn't have the money to complete the job, a federal report says. That's because even though Congress assigned the space agency that mission four years ago, it never gave NASA the money to build the necessary telescopes, according to the report released Wednesday by the National Academy of Sciences.
Web address shortening service tr.im is back in business — just days after announcing it would trim itself out of operation. Eric Woodward, co-founder of The Nambu Network, said his company's tr.im service has reopened in the wake of "countless public and private appeals."
Network equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc Chief Executive John Chambers said on Wednesday that the company's latest expansion in the online media and entertainment business will help improve relations between the music industry and Silicon Valley.
A U.S. federal court has ordered Microsoft Corp to stop selling some versions of its widely used Word software in the United States in two months, ruling in favor of a small Canadian firm that accused the software giant of violating its patents.
Para Systems made two additions to its Minuteman EnSpire Series of uninterruptible power supplies. The company asserts its EN750 and EN900 tout energy savings through two specific design features. First, when the internal battery is fully charged, the charger
Mounting flush into the panel, the HP series of recessed push button switch guards from APEM Components protects against accidental actuation. The guards fit into a 22 mm round panel cut-out. Available in momentary and maintained functions, the switches are offered in 7 actuator colors. The series is rated for 100 mA at 24 VDC
Delivering 3 A to 80 A of output current, a family of Power SIP modules from Bel Power operate at efficiencies of up to 94 percent. The modules feature an input range of 4.5 V to 13.8 V, with an output voltage trim range of 0.59 Vdc to 5.1 Vdc. They all switch at a fixed frequency (from 250 KHz to 500 KHz, module dependent).
Interpower announced two fuse holder series: the 8092 series, and the 8093 series. The 8092 series fuse holders are designed to accommodate both the international 5 mm x 20 mm fuse and the North American ¼” x 1 ¼” fuse. The 8092 series of fuse holders carry
Three 4-channel Electronic Circuit Breakers have joined Wago’s 787 Series Power Supply System. The DIN-rail mount 787-860, 787-861 and 787-862 electronic circuit breakers each separately protect up to four current paths (up to 10 A at 24 VDC max each), while offering
Intended for use with the company’s 270-VDC-input DC/DC converters, Martek’s PF100 front end rectifier with active power factor correction and a harmonic attenuation module provides 100 watts of output power with an input from 85 VAC to 265 VAC. Designed for military and aerospace applications, the device meets CE101 and CE102 of MIL-STD-461 for conducted EMI without requiring any external filtering and MIL-STD-704E, ABD0220.127.116.11 and MIL-STD-1399.
A U.S. federal court ruled that Microsoft Corp would have to pay more than $290 million in damages to Canadian software firm i4i Ltd for infringing a patent. Toronto-based i4i, a privately held maker of software for manipulating documents, had claimed in a 2007 suit that
Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) said it will announce an alliance with Nokia (NOK1V.HE) on Wednesday, likely unveiling plans to make the software company's Office suite of applications available on devices made by the world's top cellphone manufacturer.