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Multipoint PICMG Card Connectors Handle up to 18A Per Contact

April 7, 2008 4:42 am | Comments

Provided in a 6-pin model as well as 5-pin and 7-pin versions compliant with PICMG EXP.0 CompactPCI Express, the Universal Power Module family of multipoint connectors from ERNI Electronics have a current carrying capacity of 18A per contact at 20°C. Hot-swap capable, the pressfit angled male devices can supply power to daughter cards in conjunction with 2 mm ERmet connectors

FVDT Filters Offer High Extenuations In 150 kHZ to 30 MHz Frequencies

April 4, 2008 8:13 am | Comments

Premo EMC's EMI FVDT filters are intended for frequency investors destined to wind turbine generator. These filters present high extenuations in 150 kHz up to 30 MHz frequencies according to EMC 2004/108/CE Directive and specific norm product EN61800-3:2004. The product range destined to wind turbine generator include

PoE Midspan Drives Both Low- and High-Power Peripherals

April 4, 2008 8:06 am | Comments

Able to power remote wireless LAN access points, VoIP phones, video cameras, RFID readers, and other IP terminals over the existing network cable infrastructure, GlobTek's GT-91093-HPOE Series Power over Ethernet (PoE) Midspans can be configured to 15.4W of power per port over two pairs in compliance with IEEE 802.3af standard or to 38.5W over four pairs of the CAT5e cable.

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Miniaturized Ceramic Antennas Offer Flexible Placement In GPS, Bluetooth Devices

April 4, 2008 7:58 am | Comments

Ethertronics introduced two miniaturized ceramic antennas: a GPS/Bluetooth version and a GPS antenna, which is said to provide high efficiency while minimizing ground clearance and component “keep out” areas. Designed to address the challenges associated with incorporating multiple RF-functions into mobile devices, both antennas include

AWGs Furnish Complex Waveforms

April 4, 2008 7:47 am | Agilent Technologies | Comments

Using 15-bit vertical resolution, Agilent Technologies’ N6030A (PXI) and N8241A (LXI) PXI-and LXI-based arbitrary waveform generators (AWGs) can create simultaneous wide-bandwidth and high-resolution signals for electronic testing of radar, satellite, telecom or military communication equipment. Offers a spurious-free dynamic range of less than -65 dBc per channel, DC to 500 MHz, with a noise floor of less than -150 dBc/Hz. When combined with the Agilent PSG vector signal generator wideband I/Q upconverter, the AWGs can achieve modulation bandwidths as high as 1 GHz at up to 44 GHz for IF and RF subsystem testing. Each of the four-slot generators’ two channels offer 1.25 GS/s with a signal bandwidth of up to 500 MHz and a standard waveform length of 8 MS per channel, expandable to 16 MS.

Wideband DAC Provides Low-Power Performance

April 4, 2008 7:39 am | Comments

Optimized for direct digital synthesis of high-frequency and wideband signals in the first Nyquist zone, the 12-bit, 4.0Gsps MAX19693 wideband DAC from Maxim Integrated Products can synthesize signals in the frequency range from DC to nearly 2GHz. Suitable for applications such as wideband communications, radar waveform and digital signal synthesis, the 11mm2 CSBGA device offers an SFDR of greater than 70dBc below 800MHz, and 62dBc at 1500MHz with a wideband-noise spectral density of -164dBm/Hz.

Infrared SMT LEDs Promise Extended Operation

April 4, 2008 7:15 am | Comments

Housed in a plastic leadless PLCC-2 package with a silicon encapsulant, the OP180 Series and OP280 Series of SMT infrared LEDs from Optek have an increased operational life over unencapsulated emitters. The devices are available in GaAs and GaAIAs versions providing 850 nm, 875 nm, or 940 nm light at power levels from 0.15 mW/cm² to 0.15 mW/cm² of apertured power

Radio Communication Analyzers Test High Data Rate

April 4, 2008 6:45 am | Comments

Anritsu Company introduced its HSDPA high data rate and W-CDMA Band XI test options for its MT8820B/MT8815B radio communication analyzers to create single-instrument systems for testing next-generation high data rates and Tx/Rx characteristics. Advantages include faster measuring times, one-touch operation, high-level signaling and high performance for designers and manufacturers of HSPDA and W-CDMA mobile devices who need to quickly verify performance.

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Data Logger Features a Flexible Probe

April 4, 2008 6:41 am | Comments

Omega Engineering, Inc. announced its Model OM-CP-HITEMP-150FP small, rugged, reusable temperature data logger for deployment in harsh environments. This data logger comes standard with a flexible silicone rubber cable, penetration style stainless steel probe and a stainless steel body. It features a programmable start time, real time operation and an extended temperature range. Data analysis is easy by using the accompanying Windows software, and NIST Calibration certificates are available.

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Test System Measures Passive Intermodulation

April 4, 2008 6:37 am | Comments

Boonton, a Wireless Telecom Group company, introduced its PIM 20 ultra portable test system for passive intermodulation. Its design provides a rugged, reliable tool for RF field technicians. The device is battery-driven and self-calibrating. When connected to a component or system, users can read the measurement value (dBc) directly from the display, follow the LED bar that turns red if too high of a PIM value is measured, or they can connect it to a device like a Walkie-Talkie to listen remotely if PIM values change when altering components (e.g. tap test).

LED Lightpipes Prevent Color Mixing

April 4, 2008 6:33 am | Comments

Using optional barriers that prevent color mixing from adjacent rows Elma Electronics’ LED Lightpipes provide distinct color output. The lightpipes have thin polycarbonate barriers which are configurable, block intruding light from other tube lanes, and add strength; resulting in clear, segregated color definition. The lightpipes offer the flexibility to have barriers between some or all of pipes, allowing the ability to mix and match.

High Accuracy Resistance Temperature Detector Simulator

April 4, 2008 6:31 am | Comments

Pickering Interfaces introduced its Model 40-262 high accuracy resistance temperature detector simulator that is an 18-channel variable resistor module designed to simulate the operation of PT100 and PT1000 RTDs with resolution and accuracy in the PXI form factor. The detector provides an accuracy of more than 0.1 percent for all resistance settings, allowing RTDs to be simulated with accuracy. It uses a design principal that combines fine and coarse control mechanisms in combination with a calibration system to achieve its performance.

Power Monitor Measures Current and Voltage

April 4, 2008 6:27 am | Comments

Linear Technology Corp. introduced its LTC4151 high side power monitor that measures current and input voltages from 7V to 80V. The monitor uses an internal 12-bit ADC to continuously measure both high side current and input voltage to give a true power reading. It replaces prior units that use costly current sense amplifiers with a separate ADC, a hot-swap controller with an ADC, or an ADC with a floating ground.

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Precalibrated Position Sensor Serves as Potentiometer Replacement

April 4, 2008 6:16 am | Comments

Macro Sensors introduced its LP750 series position sensors that are hermetically sealed, frictionless, and they can serve as long-life replacements for failing potentiometers in a range of industrial position measurement applications such as machine tool positioning, hydraulic cylinder positioning, valve position sensing and automatic assembly equipment. Offering frictionless position feedback similar to the potentiometer, these sensors have no parts that wear out, offering unlimited cycle life and greater performance than a potentiometer.

Vision Sensors Perform in Complex Inspection Applications

April 4, 2008 6:10 am | Comments

Pepperl+Fuchs introduced its Model VOS300 series vision sensors that combine a camera, illumination, digital outputs, process data and five evaluation methods into a single, rugged sensor housing. The result is an out-of-the-box vision sensing system that is easily configured without programming knowledge and operated without the need for detailed image processing experience. The sensors deliver advanced functionality in a number of complex inspection applications where traditional photoelectric sensors are unsuitable for use.

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