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Slides Handle Heavy Loads

March 4, 2009 4:24 am | Comments

Demonstrating ¾ and full extension, respectively, Accuride’s AL4120 and AL4140 slides exhibit load ratings of up to 966 lbs per pair and 882 lbs per pair, respectively. The non-disconnect devices are tested to 10,000 cycles, and are appropriate for

DC/DC Converters Feature 150-W Output Power

March 4, 2009 3:18 am | Comments

With 150 W output power, the TEP-150WI series of high performance dc-dc converter modules from Tracopower was designed for chassis mounting applications in industrial environments. The modules feasture input voltage range of 9 VDC- 36 VDC or 18 VDC- 75VDC and output voltages from 12 VDC to 48 VDC. With efficiency (up to =87%), the modules allows full load over a temperature range from -40°C to 50°C with

Adapters Comply With ENERGY STAR 2.0

March 4, 2009 3:12 am | Phihong | Comments

The 9-V and 12-V models in the PSM11R Series 10-W adapters from Phihong meet the ENERGY STAR EPS 2.0 requirement. The maximum no-load power consumption for EPS 2.0 is 0.5 W or less for adapters with an output power from 50 W to 250 W and 0.3 W, or less for adapters with an output power of <50 W. The

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Encoder Series Acts as Backup Power System

March 4, 2009 3:00 am | Comments

Based on the ‘Wiegand effect,’ the MAGNETOCODE encoder series (MCD) from FRABA generates a short burst of electric power whenever the shaft rotates. MCD encoders provide a maximum resolution of 12 bits per revolution and can register up to 8,192 revolutions (13 bits). Higher capacity models are available

DC-AC Inverter Backlights Two LCD Panels

March 4, 2009 2:48 am | Comments

Designed specifically for use with 10" to 17" industrial-grade LCD panels, the LS6D-1012A-RH DC-to-AC inverter from Taiyo Yuden provides dual LCD panel capability. It features brightness/backlight on-off control. The RoHS-compliant

Portable OTDR Based on Scanning Photon Counting

March 3, 2009 8:19 am | Comments

AMS Technologies presents Luciol Instruments’ LOR-200 high-resolution portable OTDR that is based on Luciol’s proprietary scanning photon counting technology. The instrument distinguishes events with 20-cm separation and has a sub-m attenuation dead zone. The device’s contrast allows it to see high reflections and Rayleigh Back Scattering on

Gel Targets Large-Scale LED Applications

March 3, 2009 8:02 am | Comments

Acting as an alternative to hermetically-sealed housings, HumiSeal’s UV40 gel has been formulated for large-scale LED applications, such as LED displays often found above stadiums during sporting events. The adhesive withstands UV exposure, lightning strikes, and moisture ingress from rain. The gel is applied in conjunction with standard UV40 product around sensitive areas of the circuit board to increase the thickness of covering to

AC Power Source Delivers 12 kVA

March 3, 2009 7:48 am | Comments

Performing over a frequency range from 15 Hz to 1,200 Hz with voltages up to 600 V, Pacific Power Source’s 3120-ASX AC power source provides 12 kVA of power from a 9U chassis in single-, split-, and three-phase test, frequency conversion, lab and bench power applications. The instrument converts power by

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Spread Spectrum Oscillator Reduces Electromagnetic Emissions

March 3, 2009 7:15 am | Comments

Said to typically consume one-third the power of comparable quartz-based solutions, SiTime’s SiT9003 spread spectrum oscillator reduces electromagnetic emissions by up to 12 dB. The 2.5-mm × 2-mm unit can be programmed for frequencies between 1 MHz and 110 MHz; operating voltages of 1.8 V, 2.5 V, 2.8 V, or

Speed Control Attaches to PMDC Motors

March 3, 2009 6:46 am | Comments

Exhibiting a 20:1 speed range with maximum output of 90 V, Bison Gear & Engineering’s TightDrive speed control can be field mounted on Bison permanent magnet DC (PMDC) gearmotors up to 1/6 hp (124 W) in 90° increments. Speed is controlled via a combination on/off switch and speed potentiometer, and 3 adjustable potentiometers provide

LEDs Deliver up to 90 lumens/W

March 3, 2009 5:53 am | Comments

Consisting of 21 different types of white light LEDs and 11 different types of monochrome and RGB LEDs, a family of devices from Sharp can provide an output of up to 90 lumens per watt, depending on the model. With a footprint of 1.6 x 0.8 mm, white-light LEDs have color temperatures from 2,200K to 11,500K with a CRI as high as 90 with radiation angles of 120° and 130°

Computer-on-Module Uses 45-nm Intel Core2 Duo Processor

March 3, 2009 5:48 am | Comments

Presented as the smallest COM Express Type-2-Pinout compatible Computer-on-Module, the Kontron microETXexpress-PC incorporates the 45-nm Intel Core2 Duo processor. The 95 mm x 95 mm device packs up to 4 GB of DDR3 SO-DIMM with a FSB of up to 1066 MHz and 6MB of L2 cache. Additional features include system security via the Intel Trusted Execution Technology and an integrated a trusted platform module – TPM 1.2 – for software and data protection as wall as the Intel GMA X4500 graphics media accelerator.

Design Software Works on Web or Desktop

March 3, 2009 5:22 am | Comments

Giving engineers the choice of how to work, Texas Instruments’ free SwitcherPro Design Software for DC/DC controller and converter power supply designs is now available as both a Web-based tool and as a desktop application. Engineers can download the SwitcherPro DT application to their desktop, save their work on their own system and work completely offline with all of the features of the online tool.

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Self-Programming Hybrid Memristor/Transistor Circuit Could Continue Moore's Law

March 2, 2009 10:48 am | Comments

In a recent study, a team of researchers from Hewlett-Packard Laboratories in Palo Alto, California, have fabricated and demonstrated a hybrid memristor/transistor circuit for the first time. The team demonstrated conditional programming of a nanomemristor by the hybrid circuit, showing that the same elements in a circuit can be configured to act as logic, signal routing, and memory.

One-Volt Oscillators Provide Low Current Consumption Across Full Frequency Range

March 2, 2009 10:47 am | Comments

Fox Electronics' 1-V F200 Series oscillators come in a 2.5 mm × 2.0 mm package and feature a standby function that reduces the oscillator's current consumption to 5 µA for efficient power use. The F200's low current draw of 2.5 mA across the 1.8 MHz to 32 MHz frequency range and 3.5 mA from 32.1 MHz to 50.0 MHz makes the oscillator series appropriate for

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