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Analysis System Measures Roller Profiles

September 15, 2008 12:37 pm | Comments

Calculating and recording nip width at multiple points, Sensor Products’ Sigma-Nip electronic nip analysis system measures roller profiles and alignment condition across the rollers’ face length in real-time. The device consists of a series of thin-film resistive ink pressure transducers on a carrier sheet that is loaded in between the rollers with Windows-based software assimilating the readings into graphical images. The sensor elements that are

Audio Subsystem Delivers 725 mW

September 15, 2008 11:11 am | Comments

Powering from a lithium-ion battery, Maxim Integrated Products’ MAX9877 audio subsystem delivers 725 mW of output power from a 3.7 V supply into an 8 O load with a maximum efficiency of 85%. The device combines a mono Class D speaker amplifier, DirectDrive architecture, stereo headphone amplifier and bypass analog switch for Class AB

Resistor Offers Low TCR

September 15, 2008 9:55 am | Comments

Exhibiting 25°C ref., Vishay Intertechnology’s VPR220Z Z-Foil resistor provides an industrial-grade absolute TCR of ±0.050 ppm/°C from 0°C to 60°C and ±0.200 ppm/°C from -55°C to 125°C. The TO-220-packaged component presents a power rating up to 8 W at 25°C per MIL-PRF-39009 (1.500 W in free air), power coefficient ("?R due to self heating") of


Tuning Suite Adds Test Suites

September 15, 2008 9:49 am | Comments

Simulating multiple Bluetooth devices and profiles for interoperability testing, Bluetooth Special Interest Group’s (SIG) Bluetooth Profile Tuning Suite (PTS) Version 3.0 adds test suites for seven profiles that will address applications including health devices, streaming video and

Decades Perform Calibration in Resistance Controllers

September 15, 2008 9:47 am | Comments

Coming with a programmable interface with keypad and back-lit LCD, Prime Technology’s PDS Series programmable resistance decades deliver calibration in resistance controllers. The PDS-99 offers a resistance range from 1 O to

Display/Logger Module Presents 12-bit Resolution

September 15, 2008 9:40 am | Comments

Using a Pt 100 sensor, Lascar’s EL-2-12BIT display and logger module measures, records and displays temperature, voltage or current on a built-in 3½-digit LCD display with 12-bit A/D resolution. The device offers a battery life of up to 3 years on a replaceable 3.6 V 1/2AA Lithium battery, but it may also be externally powered, allowing it

Temperature Transmitters Offer Sensor Calibration and Backup Redundancy

September 15, 2008 9:36 am | Comments

Operating in 2 Platinum 100 resistance thermometers with 3-wire connections, ABB Instrumentation’s TTH300 head-mounted and TTF300 field-mounted HART temperature transmitters offer sensor calibration and backup redundancy. The components make sensor adjustments based on 1- or 2-point calibration and linearization via the Callendar van

Signal Analyzer Operates Over 40 MHz Analysis Bandwidth

September 15, 2008 9:31 am | Comments

Covering wireless standards from 3GPP LTE to WLAN 802.11n, Rohde & Schwarz’s R&S FSV mid-range signal analyzer performs over an analysis bandwidth of 40 MHz in frequency ranges from 9 kHz to 3.6 and 7 GHz, depending on model. The device offers a remote


Arrays Combine Ceramic Components

September 15, 2008 9:25 am | Comments

Integrating a custom selection of individual ceramic components into a single SMT package, NOVACAP’s Cap-Rack Series component arrays consist of multilayer ceramic capactiors (MLCCs) and/or a combination of MLCCs with dissimilar capacitance values and dielectrics. The devices can be configured to include ceramic resistors and inductors in applications such as


Power Resistors Exhibit High Tolerances

September 15, 2008 9:21 am | Comments

Possessing a temperature coefficient of resistance or 25 or 50 ppm, Thin Film Technology’s line of chip power resistors present resistance tolerances of less than ±1% by sinking heat to the board. The 0.25” × 0.12” RoHS-compliant devices handle 16 W of power

VCXOs Offer Wide Frequency Range

September 15, 2008 9:18 am | Comments

Exhibiting frequency stability from ±25 to ~±50 ppm, Jauch Quartz America’s JVD75A and JVD75B voltage-controlled LVDS quartz oscillators operate in a frequency range from 12 MHz to 700 MHz. The JVD75A includes a quartz crystal in MESA technology and the JVD75B uses a standard AT-cut blank and a low jitter frequency multiplier. The 7 × 5 × 1.6

Frequency/Time Standard Uses GPS and OCXO Technology

September 15, 2008 9:14 am | Comments

Having PCB mountability with a MMCX antenna connection on the side, Suntsu Frequency Control’s SGPS2 Series frequency and time standards combine a 16-channel GPS receiver with Suntsu’s OCXO technology in a 2” × 2” × 1.25” package. The OCXO frequency is disciplined with timing signals from the GPS satellites to maintain frequency accuracy to

DC Filters Assist in Attenuation of Asymmetric Disturbances

September 15, 2008 9:09 am | Comments

Optimized for use in DC applications, the FMEB and FMEC for Schurter, are an extension of its range of DC rated filters, that can assist in attenuation of asymmetric disturbances and help reduce noise. Applications include DC supplied IT and telecom infrastructures, as well as branch and automation control circuits for the machine and transportation industries. When used in the electrical supply cabinets, the filters guarantee safe


Filter Targets High Voltage Applications

September 15, 2008 9:04 am | Comments

Extending its SineFormer Series of EMC output filters, Epcos has designed its B84143V*R290. This filter is designed for applications up to a voltage of 760 V and is available in current stages of 95 A, 180 A, and 320 A. Depending on their type, they are operated at clock frequencies from 205 kHz. The technology allows there to be no shielded motor

Spot Curing System Offers Visible Light and High Intensity

September 15, 2008 8:59 am | Comments

Offering visible light and high-intensity spot curing the BlueWave LED from DYMAX, is a LED system that has no bulbs to change, cool cures, no warm-up, and constant intensity for thousands of hours. The LED generates light using an array of surface mount LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) instead of metal halide or mercury bulbs. The LEDs produce


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