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Human Machine Interface Software Serves Controllers

February 18, 2009 7:26 am | Comments

Offering a data logging and report generator to automating data collection, Watlow’s SpecView human machine interface (HMI) software offers built-in support and auto-detect for Watlow controllers. The product uses customizable screens to automate tasks with user-defined buttons, and for monitoring and adjusting controller

Bi-lobe Connector Exhibits Contamination Protection

February 18, 2009 7:08 am | Comments

Offered with overmolded cables or incorporated into equipment housings, Omnetics Connector’s 0.025" pitch latching Bi-Lobe connector is protected against contamination in medical applications. The device passes the shock and vibration requirements of MIL-DTL-32139, and assembles by pushing the connector halves together. A


Power Inductors Meet MIL-PRF-27

February 18, 2009 6:12 am | Comments

Targeting power applications in military, aerospace and defense communities, Gowanda Electronics’ MLP5025, MLP1812, and MLP8527 power inductors comply with MIL-PRF-27/367A, MIL-PRF-27/368A, and MIL-PRF-27/370A, respectively. The MLP5025 components exhibit inductance from 0.220 µH to 22,000 µH, a current rating from


Multi-Chip Package Targets Mobile Phones

February 18, 2009 5:53 am | Comments

Leveraging Micron’s 32-Gb, 34-nm MLC NAND technology, Micron Technology’s all-in-one, NAND-based multi-chip package (MCP) performs in high-end mobile phones. The product stacks 8 die to deliver 16 GB of available on-board storage, which is said to enable board-space savings of up to 40%. The unit consists of

GUI Serves Digitally Controlled Power Products

February 18, 2009 5:00 am | Comments

Compatible with Microsoft Windows XP, 2000, and Vista, Emerson Network Power's universal PMBus GUI operates in Emerson’s digitally controlled power conversion products. The software package communicates with PMBus-enabled products via a USB-to-I²C adapter, and presents real-time voltage, current, and temperature

UV LEDs Come in TO-46 Packaging

February 18, 2009 4:40 am | Comments

Operating in medical and industrial applications in the UV-A spectrum, OPTEK Technology’s OUE8A Series UV LEDs function in hermetic TO-46 metal can packages. The RoHS-compliant devices offer peak wavelength ranges between 375 nm to 380 nm and 420 nm to 425 nm, and optical power output ranges between 1.8 mW to 8.1 mW and 7.3 mW to 15.4 mW. The ESD-protected components exhibit an 18º typical


Oscilloscopes Use Fast-Throughput Architecture

February 18, 2009 4:22 am | Comments

Performing from 400 MHz to 2 GHz, LeCroy’s WaveRunner Xi-A Series oscilloscopes incorporates the X-Stream II hardware architecture using variable waveform segment lengths to increase acquisition and display speed, according to the company. The instruments utilize TriggerScan rare event capture technology to

LVDT Assembly Enhances Performance of Extensometers

February 17, 2009 11:23 am | Comments

An oil-filled and double bellows-sealed LVDT assembly from Macro Sensors supposedly enhances the reliability of multiple redundant LVDT-based extensometers. The LVDT assembly is designed from 316 SS and Inconel 625. According to Macro Sensors, these materials enable the instrument to operate for at least 10 years


Inlet Filters Improve Series' Attenuation by 10 dB

February 17, 2009 11:17 am | Comments

The FN9244 and FN9244E IEC inlet filters from Schaffner EMC offer up to 10 dB better attenuation than other versions in the series. With an integrated choke for additional EMI suppression on the earth line, the filters offer a current rating up to 15 A with an inductance up to 59.5 mH. The RoHS-compliant filters

Dual Encoder-to-USB Converter Allows PC Data Access

February 17, 2009 7:46 am | Comments

Handling signals from 2 SSI absolute encoders or 2 quadrature incremental encoders, BEI Industrial Encoders’ new Dual Encoder to USB Converter translates encoder position data to USB 2.0 format that can be accessed directly through a PC. The PC interface enables the module to be programmed through the USB port for number of bits with absolute encoders. For incremental encoders, count mode (X1, X2, X4), reset, preset, and

Automotive Relays Demonstrate 40-A Switching Capacity

February 17, 2009 7:34 am | Comments

Offering coil voltages of 6 VDC, 12 VDC, and 24 VDC, CIT Relay & Switch’s A9 Series automotive relays accommodate standard-sized automotive fuses from 3 A to 40 A. The SPST normally-open devices exhibit contact resistance of <50 Ohmmm, max. switching power of 560 W, max. switching voltage of 75 VDC, and a rating of 40 A at 14 VDC. The RoHS-compliant units have electrical life of 100K cycles, mechanical life of

Signal Conditioner Presents Process Application Functionality

February 17, 2009 7:09 am | Comments

Performing in process applications, Weidmuller’s Wave TTA universal signal conditioner functions as a signal isolator, transmitter, converter, linearizer, and trip amplifier. All common analog DC input types (including temperature, DC, and frequency) and ranges can be accepted, and all output types are settable. Input/output configuration changes are

Power Supply Exhibits Second Variable Output

February 17, 2009 6:51 am | Comments

Supplying a regulated output of 12 VDC at 2 A, GlobTek’s GS-1549 50-W power supply delivers a second variable output from 10 VDC to 100 VDC at 26 W in medical and ITE applications. The 177.800-mm × 76.200-mm × 3.456-mm device accepts universal input from 85 VAC to 264 VAC. The PCB-frame instrument demonstrates


Outlets Serve Power Distribution Units

February 17, 2009 6:34 am | Comments

Using IDC technology, Schurter’s Series 6610 outlets operate in power distribution units and other equipment where multiple outlets are banked in series. The snap-in devices allow wires to be bussed across the terminals to connect common terminals all at once. The protective back cover prevents electrical shock and serves as a

Development Kit Integrates 4.3-Inch Touch Panel

February 17, 2009 5:07 am | Comments

Based on a beta version of the Touch Park framework, Stantum Technologies’ SMK-4.3 multi-touch development kit offers a 4.3" touch panel. The product simulates a mobile device user interface in address book, drawing, picture resize, and gaming applications. The kit uses the PMatrix resistive multi-touch detection platform with


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