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8-port PoE Midspan Allows Remote Monitoring

April 2, 2008 7:34 am | Phihong | Comments

Fully compliant with the IEEE802.3af power-over-Ethernet (PoE) standard for detection, disconnect, and voltage control, the POE125U 8-port midspan from Phihong enables remote monitoring for single points of backup in applications such as small office environments, wireless access points, and IP cameras for security applications. The SNMP-capable Gigabit-compatible 8.9" × 7.8" × 1.75" device provides up to 15.4W of power per port

LowProfile SMD Board to FPC Connector with 0.4 mm Pitch Dual Row Contacts

April 2, 2008 6:59 am | Comments

Suitable for use in handheld electronics, Omron Electronic Components RoHS compliant XB4A (plug) and XB4B (socket) series of 0.4 mm (0.016”) pitch SMD board to FPC plug and socket connectors have a stacking height of 0.9 mm (0.035”) and a width of 4.1 mm (0.161”) or 5.0 mm (0.20”), including the solder terminals, when mated. Their high reliability double contact point gold plated contacts are resistant to improper contact alignment and

Low-Profile Transformer Suits Military Applications

April 2, 2008 6:29 am | Comments

Provided in both SMT and through-hole configurations, the LVB-4203 MIL-STD-1553 data bus transformer from Beta Transformer Technology is intended for use with 3.3V transceivers in military and other high-reliability applications. The transformer has a low profile of 0.130” height with a 0.625” × 0.625” footprint.


Round Rocker Switches Offer Multiple Functions

April 2, 2008 6:16 am | Comments

A snap-in fit for a 20 mm panel hole, Phaseda’s single-pole RL3-5 round rocker switch is configurable as a SPST or SPDT device and the double-pole RL3-4R rocker switch offers DPST functionality. The switches can handle a UL-approved 16A or 1/3HP at 125V AC for high power and motor applications, and 10A at 125V AC for small appliances and normal usage with cUL and VDE approvals, and are RoHS compliant.

Digital Potentiometer IC Provides Simple Up/Down Control

April 2, 2008 5:48 am | Comments

Well-suited for control and calibration applications such as digital volume control and display adjustment applications in portable, consumer, and industrial electronic products, the CAT5128 digital potentiometer IC from Catalyst Semiconductor is a volatile, single-pot device with up/down control to provide a simple digital interface. Housed in an 8-lead SOT-23 package, the device powers on at the midscale setting and provides a 32-position linear taper

Serial Control Switch Relay Features Series 24 Serial Communications

April 1, 2008 12:48 pm | Comments

Electroswitch announced its Series 24 serial control switch relay (SCSR) that facilitates remote control and monitoring of circuit breakers while retaining local control through a manual trip/close handle. An addressable network device with certified DNP 3.0, the SCSR combines the functions of various other devices and provides remote trip-coil monitoring (single or dual), sequence-of-events reporting, system battery monitoring and self-diagnostic reporting. The SCSR’s color LEDs indicate breaker position (also indicated with a built-in mechanical target flag), breaker-trip-coil integrity, serial-bus transmission/reception and local/remote mode.

Modular Switch Series Extends Operating Life

April 1, 2008 11:32 am | Comments

E-Switch announced its Model RP8100 round illuminated pushbutton switch that is available with either a threaded or snap-in panel mount. It is sealed to IP65 standards, and it comes with an LED illumination option. Specifications include an electrical life of 500,000 cycles at full load, operating force of 300 gf ±100 gf, dielectric strength of 1,000V AC rms., operating temperature of -30°C to +85°C, contact rating of 125 mA at 125V AC (100 mA at 50V DC), contact resistance of 5 m? max. (initial), insulation resistance of 1,000 m? (min. at 500V DC) and contact bounce of 10 ms max.

Module Targets Industrial Automation Applications

April 1, 2008 11:22 am | Comments

RadiSys Corp. introduced its COM Express module that targets industrial automation, gaming and test/measurement applications. The Procelerant CE945GM2A replaces older ETX technology at a comparable price point, enabling high-speed serial interface options such as PCI Express, Serial ATA (SATA) and gigabit Ethernet. Based on Intel Celeron M processor 440, this module allows users to achieve higher processor performance at a value entry point using the COM Express modular form factor.


XMC/PMC Module Integrates Optical Transceiver

April 1, 2008 11:16 am | Comments

Advanced IO Systems announced its V1021 configurable 10 GbE connectivity and packet processing XMC/PMC module. Due to the integration of SFP+, the 10-gigabit optical transceiver technology, the module provides high bandwidth data-pipe performance with flexible processing functionality in a single chassis slot. This optimization enables system developers to pack more functionality into a system while reducing its size and cost in real-time applications such as radar, signals intelligence, and sensor processing.

Dual-Core VXS Module Performs in Multi-Computing Applications

April 1, 2008 11:10 am | Comments

Mercury Computer Systems, Inc. released its VS6-210 P.A. semi dual dual-core module that combines the industry-standard Power Architecture framework and serial RapidIO interconnect fabric with the PWRficient PA6T-1682M processor for low-power, high-performance processing. Suitable for sensor applications including radar, sonar, communications and imaging, the module uses three independent standards-based communication fabrics for control, data movement and sensor data input in an air-cooled VXS form factor.

AMC Extender Card Supports Fabric Connectors

April 1, 2008 11:03 am | Comments

Elma Electronic, Inc. announced its extender board for MicroTCA and AMC-based systems that extends the signals out of the card cage area so that an Advanced Mezzanine Card (AMC) can be tested or debugged. The AMC extender card is a passive extender module, supporting all fabric connectors as defined in the AMC.x and MicroTCA specifications. The board complies with the MicroTCA.0, AMC.1 R1.0, AMC.2 D0.96A specifications, and it plugs into an AMC slot like a regular AMC module. Management and payload power can be individually switch isolated. The metal frame of the AMC extender card holds the board under test securely in place.

Servo Drive Measures Motor Shaft Position

April 1, 2008 10:51 am | Comments

Lenze-AC Tech released its resolver-based Model 941 position servo drive that measures the position of the motor shaft within a revolution, while an incremental encoder can only know the relative position of the shaft. This position servo has an integrated resolver with a scalable emulated encoder output for applications that require tight positioning control. The output scales the resolution back into the user’s controller, providing 15 options of positioning resolution. Users can also choose their own level of control with the position servo drive’s capability of controlling basic torque and velocity applications up through fully programmable coordinated motion.

Switching Modules Address ARINC 608A Requirements

April 1, 2008 10:43 am | Comments

Pickering Interfaces introduced two PXI switching modules to address requirements for ARINC 608A switching in the aerospace market. The products can be supported in any 3U PXI chassis, and they can be supported in a proprietary LXI modular switching chassis. Model 40-569 is a 4- or 8-slot BRIC module that integrates a 16-wire analog bus with BUS matrix cards and resource distributor cards in accordance with Appendix D of the ARINC 608 specification.


WAN Processing Boards Provide Carrier Class Features

April 1, 2008 10:33 am | Comments

One Stop Systems introduced two carrier-class T1/E1/J1 PMC and PCI adapter boards in short card and mezzanine card form factors. Both adapter boards integrate onto host CPU PCI and PMC sites to build processing systems that address high-density wireless, wireline, SS7 and network convergence applications. The carrier-class adapters offer single, dual or quad front panel T1/E1/J1 ports that are accessible through shielded RJ-48c connectors for easy cabling and low emissions.

Evaluation Board is Supplied as a Complete Kit

April 1, 2008 10:25 am | Comments

Future Technology Devices International Ltd. (FTDI) announced its V-EVAL hardware development platform for Vinculum VNC1L-based embedded USB host designs. Supplied as a complete kit, it includes the V-EVAL development board, power supply, USB A/B cable and a USB gender change for use with USB slave applications. The board provides two USB host/slave ports, multiple I/O port connectors and an inbuilt Vinculum USB device programmer, terminal emulator and command monitor.


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