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SSL Light Bulbs Receive UL/cUL Mark

January 30, 2009 4:24 am | Comments

Powering via Cree XLamp LED technologies, such as the 7090 XR-E, Infinilux’s P-series solid state lamp (SSL) light bulbs are approved per UL/cUL. The PAR4 incandescent replacement lamps exhibit white color temperatures of 3300K CCT warm white, 4500K CCT soft white, and European 6500K CCT cool white. The

Rugged SBC Demonstrates Low Power

January 30, 2009 4:05 am | Comments

Using Intel T7400 Merom Core 2 Duo dual core processors and Intel's Virtualization Technology (VT), Aitech Defense Systems’ 6U VME C160 SBC draws 25 W of power. The component incorporates a metal thermal management frame supporting integral stiffeners for resistance against shock and vibration in radar and

PCI Express Boards Incorporate Two PMC/XMC Modules

January 29, 2009 8:25 am | Comments

Coming in a single PCIe envelope, Pentek’s 7700 family of PCIe boards integrate up to 2 PMC/XMC modules. The Gen 2 PCIe x16 interface can be utilized for motherboard connections and XMC interfaces for gigabit links between modules and other boards. The products have IP development tools and a 4-pin disk drive power connector to ensure that the boards receive ample power from the host computer or server. The family consists of

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Integrated PoE-PD Controllers Meet IEEE802.3at Standard

January 29, 2009 6:58 am | On Semiconductor | Comments

Supporting communications, industrial, and consumer applications, ON Semiconductor’s NCP1081 and NCP1083 integrated Power-over-Ethernet Powered Device (PoE-PD)/DC/DC converter controllers have been verified to meet the upcoming IEEE802.3at standard. The pin-compatible components provide power levels of up to

6-W DC/DC Converters Include Reinforced Insulation

January 29, 2009 6:41 am | Comments

Coming in a 24-pin DIP package, Tracopower’s THB-6 Series DC/DC converter modules present reinforced insulation while delivering 6 W of output power. The devices offer 4,000-VAC isolation, input voltage ranges from 9 VDC to 18 VDC, 18 VDC to 36 VDC, and 36 VDC to 75 VDC, and regulated output of 5 VDC, 12 VDC, ±12 VDC, and

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Paperless Data Acquisition System Uses Touchscreen

January 29, 2009 6:12 am | Comments

Operating via a finger or the onboard stylus, Omega Engineering’s RD8300 networkable paperless data acquisition system utilizes 142-mm (5.6") color Active Matrix TFT LCD with a touchscreen. The CE-compliant instrument offers built-in OPC server and email client, 6 to 12 universal and relay outputs, multiple media drives, and locking media access door. The NEMA 4-rated product is appropriate for the automotive and

Rotary Encoders Offer Improved PROFINET IO Support

January 29, 2009 5:44 am | Comments

Ertec200-based OPTOCODE family of rotary encoders for PROFINET IO networks from FRABA support RT (real-time) and NRT (non-real-time) data transfer according to the PROFIDrive profile with cycle times as short as 10 ms. Allowing users to assign IP addresses via the control system during start-up, the units are parameterized via the control system with a GSDML device file for easy configuration

GigE Camera Sensitive to UV and Near IR

January 29, 2009 5:36 am | Comments

Providing images with 1,280 x 1,024 resolution at 15 fps, the CSGS15BC23 gigabit Ethernet (GigE) camera from Toshiba Teli also has UV and near IR sensitivity. The 500ms monochrome progressive-scan CCD camera has a response range from 230 nm to 1,050 nm, a global shutter, and an external trigger

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Software Tools Aid RF Design

January 29, 2009 5:32 am | Analog Devices, Inc. | Comments

Two downloadable software tools from Analog Devices are intended to aid in RF systems design. The ADIsimRF design tool calculates a variety of parameters within an RF system including cascaded gain, noise figure, and power consumption. ADIsimPLL Version 3.1 development software

Evaluation Kit Identifies Colors

January 29, 2009 4:51 am | Comments

Using a light reflection technique, Optek Technology’s OPB780 color sensor evaluation kit recognizes colors over the full wavelength from 300 nm to 1,100 nm. The product includes the OPB780 Series full-color sensor with four different frequencies relating directly to a specific color seen by the sensor. The sensor uses a programmable light-to-frequency converter that combines 64 configurable silicon photodiodes and a

CCD Cameras Drive Vehicle Apps

January 29, 2009 4:36 am | Comments

With an angle of vision of 130° amd a level of sensitivity of less than 0.1 lux, the RJ841A22000Q CCD camera module from Sharp can record activities behind a vehicle in a variety of ambient lighting conditions. Accepting a supply voltage from 9 to 16 V, features of the NTSC-output imager include a 60-dB dynamic range and an eleven-second internal back-up memory.

Laser Navigation Sensors Operate in Harsh Environments

January 29, 2009 4:19 am | Comments

Targeting automated guided vehicles, Danaher Motion’s LS5 Navigator laser navigation sensors are designed for use in outdoor and indoor environments. The devices withstands variations in temperature from -30°C to 50°C, <95% relative humidity, and mechanical stress, such as vibrations and shock. The product comes with a direct drive motor and an optics system, and works with the AutoSurveyor software tool for automatic

DC-Output Power Modules Accept AC or DC

January 29, 2009 3:39 am | Comments

Targeting a variety of applications, the PMAS/PCMAS Series of 60-W power modules from MTM Power accept an input of 90 to 264 VAC or 100 to 353 VDC and deliver single output voltages of 3,3 VDC 5 VDC, 12 VDC,15 VDC 24 VDC 36 VDC, and 48 VDC. The constant-current devices include features such as short-circuit protection, no-ground load operation, and a standby power mode.

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Object-Oriented Embedded Database Adds Persistence

January 28, 2009 9:01 am | Comments

Presented as the latest upgrade of the open source, object-oriented, embedded database for Java and .NET, Perst 4.0 from McObject expands Perst’s usefulness in a broad range of applications by enabling it to add persistence to any object—including objects created by other programs, those for which source code is unavailable, and even objects created in different programming languages.

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Motor Drives Offer Triple Stack Option

January 28, 2009 5:58 am | Comments

Combining a NEMA size 14 brushless 1.8° stepping motor with electronics, Intelligent Motion Systems’ MDrive14Plus motor drives present a NEMA size 14 triple stack motor option. The instruments exhibit height of 2”, width of

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