ITT Electronic Components tested their Chip on Flex (CoF) filter connector technology to 1,000 cycles of thermal shock from -55°C to +125°C per MIL-STD-1344. The connector design provides desirable reliability and protection in harsh environments. In MIL-DTL-38999 configurations, the Chip on Flex connector has passed MIL-STD-1344 and MIL-DTL-38999 Series III testing for mechanical shock, random vibration, humidity and high altitude. The connector features
Keithley Instruments, Inc. has introduced a new line of PXI products designed for high-speed automated production testing as part of a hybrid test system using precision instruments. The new KPXI product line consists of simultaneous data acquisition boards, multifunction analog I/O boards, high speed analog output boards, a 130 MS/sec digitizer module, digital I/O modules, PXI chassis, embedded PC controllers, MXI bridges
Anritsu Company has introduced its MS2717A Economy Spectrum Analyzer that offers general purpose spectrum analysis over the 100 kHz to 7.1 GHz frequency range. In addition to its performance and capabilities in analyzing RF components used in the wireless, aerospace/defense and university markets, it also offers optional WCDMA/HSDPA RF test and WCDMA detailed demodulation
HDK-America has announced its piezo-resistive three-axis acceleration sensor that measures 3 mm × 3 mm × 1 mm. The HAAM-325B is 1/5th the size of the previous generation product, and it offers a fully comparable performance. Based on a silicon substrate and fabricated by means of a micro-machining MEMS technology
The SimScroll interface from White Electronic Designs (WEDC) is a circular switch array using the company’s SimTouch switch technology. It is suitable for products requiring effective navigation of large menu lists. Typical applications include universal remote control, MP3 players and A/V media system control. Using WEDC’s conductive ink technology, designers can create user interfaces
American Bright Optoelectronics introduced an ambient light sensor that duplicates the spectral response of the human eye. This will allow for the accurate control of backlight devices by controlling the brightness in relation to the ambient light conditions. The sensor has a peak response of 55 nm compared to a typical industry standard response curve that peaks in the infrared closer to 900 nm, according to the company.
W. L. Gore & Associates (Gore) has introduced its POLARCHIP SF3000 Silicone-Free Thermal Interface Material, a soft silicone-free thermal gap pad for silicone sensitive applications. This highly compressible, thermally conductive material is suited for filling the undesirable air gaps between heat generating devices on printed circuit boards and the heat sinks, heat spreaders and metal chassis that are used to dissipate the heat
Agilent’s L Series of economically priced, high-performance electromechanical switches operate up to 26.5 GHz with an operating life of 2 million cycles. The series is comprised of terminated and un-terminated SP4T and SP6T multiport switches, as well as a transfer switch. The series features guaranteed insertion loss repeatability of >0.03 dB throughout the 2-million-cycle operating life.
CIT RELAY & SWITCH announces the CL1200 Series of momentary lighted SPST pushbutton switches. This right angle version provides design engineers a versatile LED illuminated switch for use in a variety of applications. Offering three frame options – no frame and cap, square frame or round frame and cap, the pushbutton switch is available with numerous combinations of frame colors and cop colors in lighted or non-lighted configurations.
White Electronic Designs Corporation expanded its high-performance memory module family with the release of three DDR2 2GB modules. These product configurations provide additional bits for error correction algorithms as well as address and command buffering. These features make the modules suitable for systems developed in accordance with the new Advanced Telecommunications Architecture (ATCA) standard as well as
United Electronic Industries (UEI) released their DNA-AO-332 high density analog output board. The board provides 32 channels of 16-bit resolution analog output with a ±10V output range. It is capable of driving ±10 mA while per-channel digital offset and gain calibration limits gain/offset errors to ±450 µV and ±305 µV respectively.
International Rectifier introduced a set of next-generation 600V high-voltage integrated circuits (HVIC). This IRS212x family of 600V single-channel gate drivers is suitable for motor control applications at low-, mid- and high-voltage levels and in a variety of circuit topologies including three-phase inverter, H-bridge, and other topologies utilizing MOS-gated power devices.
Sullins Electronics, Corp. expanded its portfolio of edgecard connectors to include a cantilever edgecard connector series engineered to provide high performance, low cost connections on 0.100” (2.54 mm) or 0.156” (3.96 mm) centerline boards. Designed to mate with the plated fingers of a 0.062” ± 0.008” daughterboard, parts may be ordered rated to withstand +125°C, +150°C, or +175°C continual heat. These double-row connectors are available with either 0.370” or 0.400” wide insulators
GlobTek's UF-400AX series of power supplies delivers up to 111W of continuous output power and has 5 regulated outputs of +5V DC at 10A, +5V DC at 1.5A, -5V DC at .75A, 130V DC at .15A (externally programmable) and +12V DC at 2.5A. This efficient series features an optional aluminum U-channel chassis with optional top cover, remote voltage sensing, and active PFC. The device accepts universal input of 90V AC to 264V AC.
American Bright Optoelectronics Corporation announced its Brite-XLED modules that boast an efficient low power approach to SSL design. The system is entirely modularized, allowing system designers the ability to choose the appropriate number of LEDs per module or the total aggregate number of modules and their geometric layout to achieve desired luminaire output. The modules can be specified to include one to eight LEDs