Suitable for laboratory, assembly, medical and packing environments, Copley Controls’ StepNet AC drive runs directly on 115/240 AC at 7A peak current to eliminate a separate DC supply. Features include servo mode operation as well as Command, Encoder, and Communications interfaces to suit different stand-alone and networked architectures and applications, including CAN/open, DeviceNet, and ASC11/Discrete I/O. Stepper commands include a ±10V position/velocity/torque command and PWM velocity/torque command. The 146 mm × 119 mm × 55 mm drive may be mounted flat or sideways and includes several built-in motion control modes such as indexing, PVT trajectory tracking, camming, and electronic gearing.
Integrating a high-power LED light source, optical lens, and thermal heat sink shell in a traditional MR-16 halogen form-factor the SoL™ MR16 LED replacement lamp from Lamina is designed as a direct, ready-to-plug-in retrofit for 20W MR-16 halogen and comparable compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs). The LED operates at 12V AC, and fits most existing fixtures, producing as much light as the 20W halogen bulb, while consuming less than 8W of electricity
Enabling base station OEMs to support multiple wireless standards from a single platform, a development system based on Texas Instrument’s multicore TMS320TCI6487 and TMS320TCI6488 DSPs and multi-interface software libraries covers all major air interfaces including GSM-EDGE (6-carrier, 3-sector), WCDMA/ HSPA/ HSPA+ (1-carrier, 3-sector), TD-SCDMA (6-carrier) , LTE (3-carrier 10MHz) and WiMAX (3-carrier 10MHz). The scalable and programmable platform can create products like the CommAgility AdvancedMC AMC-6487
International Manufacturing Services, Inc. (IMS) introduced its B-Series Therma-Bridge as a simple thermal management device that uses a thermally conductive Aluminum Nitride chip with metallized terminals to transport heat from one location to another, thus enhancing overall board performance. The Therma-Bridge is made in numerous sizes and thicknesses, allowing users to choose the part which best fits their heat management needs.
Littelfuse, Inc. expanded its SP72x Series of SCR diode arrays for electrostatic discharge (ESD) and other over-voltage protection of telecomm and datacom interface circuits. The SP725 is suitable for protection of microprocessor/logic inputs, data bus lines, analog device inputs and many other voltage clamp applications. Its thyristor-based design uses two bipolar SCR/diode structures to protect each of the four inputs (typically external signal or bus lines). Its operation is similar to what is known as a steering diode, but it has lower capacitance and leakage current for a given impulse rating, meaning less chance of communication signal distortion.
i-sft introduces its I-SFT 100i.10X-XT industrial TFT with a 10.4" open frame display with XGA resolution and an extended temperature range that has been tested according to MIL-STD810. The economic lifetime of 50,000 hours (MTTH) is specified, covering the temperature range from -31°C to +-85°C, whereas cold starting is possible up to -31°C. Due to the integrated inverter, this rugged system is energy-efficient. The device is characterized by a high shock and vibration resistance. A brightness of 1,000 cd/m2, a dimming range of 1:1,000 and a contrast of 800:1 ensure that the display can be read optimally in direct sunlight and at night.
AMS Technologies introduced EXALOS AG’s line of 840 nm superluminescent light emitting diodes (SLEDs) that typically exhibit 5 mW of optical power in a single mode fiber and a 48 nm, 3 dB spectral bandwidth. The standard light sources are delivered in a 14-pin butterfly housing with a monitor diode and a fixed connection/angled physical contact connector. The parts conform to the Bellcor GR-468-CORE standard, and they can be integrated into OCT systems, data transfer units and fiber optic sensors for civil structure monitoring as well as for aerospace navigation.
SRAM Opto Semiconductors introduced its advanced fine binning for white LEDs that delivers improvements in off-angle color uniformity as well as a typical color rendering index (CRI) of 80+. This advanced binning process for white LEDs corresponds to a 3-step McAdams ellipse, and it is available for Power TOPLED, Advanced Power TOPLED and the proprietary DRAGON family of products. Applications such as backlighting of diffused surfaces and linear array applications benefit from the uniform light enabled by this technology which is fully ANSI/Energy Star-compliant in the United States.
Phoenix Display International (PDI), Inc. introduced its line of 5.7" monochrome QVGA modules that are available in FSTN/gray/positive/transflective or STN/blue/negative/transmissive configurations. These graphic modules (PN G-320240-5.7) allow the user to control each pixel individually to display both text and graphics simultaneously. With a variety of options available, the monochrome graphic displays are modular in design, and they can be customized to fit specific applications. Both the STN and FSTN models are available with an RA8803 controller with built-in touchscreen controller, and they can be configured with either a CCFL or LED backlight.
Featuring high purity ceramic dielectrics, the SGNM series of high voltage nonmagnetic variable capacitors from Sprague-Goodman Electronics can be sealed to 40 lbf/in2 (276 kPa), or used for cryogenic applications as low as 4K. DC working voltage ranges from 1.5 kV up to 7.5 kV (DC withstanding voltage from 3 kV to 15 kV). Capacitance ranges start with 1 – 10 pF, and increase (in 5 pF increments) to 10-180 pF. The capacitors
Macroblock's MBI5039, aimed at LED panel applications, offers real-time error detection of the full LED panel, helps designers to detect dark pixel errors. This 16-channel constant current LED driver supports constant output current from 3 mA to 90 mA and sustains up to 17V at the output ports. The clock frequency
Allegro Microsystems, Inc. announced its series of white multi-chip LEDs that provide a range of high-powered InGaN white LEDs that can be used in general lighting applications, amusement and gaming equipment, and for backlighting TFT displays. Each module combines either six or eight LEDs in one to four separate channels. Modular design allows the SEPW devices to be assembled into string arrays by connecting the modules in a series.
Low cost DC gearmotors for OEM applications are available from Source Engineering, Inc. These 12 mm to 50 mm DC gearmotors are available with cut steel gears for high strength applications, plastic gears for low noise requirements, and low cost, powered metal. Available in ratios from 5:1 up to 3000:1, these low cost DC Brush type gearmotors are appropriate for pick-and-place, medical testing equipment, robotics, toys and games, valve and door actuation, ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle) fin and steering actuators, appliances, manufacturing, security applications, and assembly operations. The inline and offset output shafts of the gearmotors can be custom machined with cross holes, splines, keyways, and flats, or end drilled and tapped.
Cherokee International announced its 2,500W CAR2512 front end intended for low profile, 12V distributed power architecture applications such as high-performance enterprise and service-provider switches and routers, mid- to high-end servers and storage equipment.
AMETEK Technical and Industrial Products introduced the PITTMAN Series 9000 brush-commutated DC motors that deliver quiet and smooth operation for equipment used in data storage, medical/biotech, semiconductor processing and automation applications. Their modular construction promotes customization to satisfy specific requirements. These motors, with 2-pole stators, incorporate 7-slot skewed armatures to minimize magnetic cogging (or reluctance torque), and they enable smooth and quiet running performance. Commutators are diamond-turned after armature assembly to ensure optimum concentricity and long brush life. Windings are resin-impregnated for greater reliability in incremental motion applications. Standard features include ceramic magnets, silicon steel laminations, copper graphite brushes and heavy-gauge steel housing. Speed, voltage, current and torque characteristics can be varied to meet application demands.