DDP announces its Model P81 solid-state LED indicator light that features a snap-in installation to a ½¨ panel opening. It can be modified to include a shunt resistor and metal oxide varistor to protect against circuit noise and transient voltage spikes in critical monitoring and harsh environment applications. To enhance angular visibility, the indicator light is offered with clear or colored Lexan lenses in stove pipe or flush mount configurations.
FCI announces its Metral coplanar power modules that can be used in Zone 3 to interface between a front board and rear transition module (RTM) in an ATCA system. Each five-row module provides 10 stamped-and-formed power contacts. Headers use a blade contact structure, and the corresponding receptacle connectors use dual-beam contacts. An individual power blade is rated for 3A nominal continuous current with current applied to all contacts
SMART Modular Technologies (WWH), Inc. announces its DDR3 unbuffered DIMM product family to address the projected needs of DDR3-enabled high-end desktop systems, supporting DDR3 unbuffered DIMMs ranging from 512 MB to 2 GB. Providing improved system speeds (up to 667 Mhz/1,333 MHz data rate), lower power consumption (1.5V vs. 1.8V for DDR2) and larger memory densities from DDR2
WinSystems launches its EBX-compatible Intel 1.8 GHz Pentium M single board computer. The EBC-855-G-1.8-1 is a RoHS-compliant, processor- and I/O-intensive board offering -40°C to +70°C temperature operation. Target applications include a range of industries that include automation, medical/diagnostic equipment, communications, security, test and measurement, and outdoor transaction terminals.
WAGO Corp. introduces two new four-channel analog modules for its WAGO-I/O-System. Designated the 750-553 and the 750-555, these modules transmit analog signals with standard values of 0-20 mA and 4-20 mA, respectively. Both modules are housed in a compact, 12 mm wide DIN rail mount housing, and they are compatible with all other 750/753 series bus-couplers, controllers and I/O modules.
Carlo Gavazzi Computing Solutions announces its VITA 41 VME switched serial (VXS) switch fabric backplane for military and aerospace applications that allows users to integrate a high-performance upgrade to the latest VITA standards while still supporting the legacy capability of the VME64x bus structure. Its retrofit capabilities help achieve fast data transfer rates without
Elma Bustronic announces its VXS Payload Extender Boards that are designed to bring a circuit card completely out of a card cage or enclosure so that it can be tested or debugged, providing access to both sides of the test board. There are test points for all of the lines on each 160-pin connector and the MultiGig P0 connector. The boards come in a 10-layer stripline design for the rigid PCB and microstrip design for the flex circuit portion.
NuWaves Engineering introduces its uHILNA micro amplifier, the uHILNA. With outside dimensions of 1.00¨ x .75¨ x .50¨ and light weight, it is suitable for applications where footprint size is a determining factor. At 1/8 the size and weight
Microstar Laboratories, Inc. introduces its digital I/O expansion hardware that combines simultaneous operation on all channels with an isolated ground. The MSXB 078 board provides 16 digital inputs and 16 digital outputs on an HD62 connector with headers for alternate connectors. Eight of these boards connected to a single DAP board give it 128 digital inputs and 128 digital outputs, all operating simultaneously and with
Stealth Computer Corp. releases a Core 2 Duo mini PC that it can fits in the palm of a hand. Model LPC-450 delivers performance up to five times faster than its predecessor, and it is housed in a small rugged aluminum chassis design measuring 5.7¨ x 9.9¨ x 1.65¨. The Little PC uses Intel’s latest Core 2 Duo processor technology. It features I/O connectivity such as Gigabit LAN, Serial, 3-USB 2.0, FireWire, Video, Audio, PS/2 Mouse and Keyboard ports. For applications that require extra high shock
Pepperl+Fuchs announces its 2007 AS-Interface Reference and Buyer’s Guide. This 200+ page resource includes a full color selection guide to assist users in choosing the optimum AS-Interface components to satisfy their application requirements. It also includes fully illustrated educational articles including AS-Interface Safety at Work (SaW). Highlights include a line of AS-Interface gateways and scanner cards to support virtually any network, AS-Interface and standard power supplies
Diversified Technology’s ATS1936 switch blade features 10G Ethenet transfer speeds. This Advanced TCA switch complies with PICMG 3.0 R2.0 ECN002 and PICMG 3.1 Optin 1 and Option 9. It features three AMC sites for OA &M, firewall and encryption applications. By separating the Base and Fabric networks, the ATS1936 provides a separate control plane and data plane.
Watlow introduced its EZ-ZONE PM controller in 1/32nd and 1/16th DIN panel mount package sizes. It can be configured as a discrete PID controller with adaptive tuning; a discrete, agency approved, over/under limit controller; or as an integrated
Agilent Technologies Inc. announced the Agilent U2000 Series of USB-based power sensors which operate without power meters or extra hardware modules, they save bench space, and make field work easier and simpler. These sensors can be used with a variety of the company's signal sources, spectrum analyzers and network analyzers, extending each instrument's capabilities to perform accurate average-power measurements. In addition to fast and easy setup with plug-and-play USB connectivity, the sensors also
Akros Silicon, Inc. announces its AS1100 family of devices that offer a small footprint and high integration for power over Ethernet (PoE) powered device (PD) applications. Applications include VoIP phones, IP security cameras and wireless LAN access points. These silicon systems are built on standard HV CMOS technology, and they include circuitry for lower EMI emissions and robust surge protection in addition to the PD controller functionality.