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Content posted in October 2006
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USB Links Instruments to Many Technologies
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Fast link provides ease-of-use
Connecting System Power
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These connectors handle amps and hundreds of volts
Unique Requirements Met
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Call these connectors what you will, they fulfill a critical need
Making a Tight Connection
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More than portable products require small connectors
Cost-Driven Needs a Priority
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Innovative designs meet tough automotive requirements
Passives Move in Many Directions
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Size, power, heat specifications all improve
Safe-Operation Savvy
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Switch designs address safety aspect of machines and appliances
Workhorses Continue to Evolve
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Capacitors shrink while boosting performance, broaden capabilities
DC-to-DC Converters
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Voltage levels proliferate, need for efficiency increases inside the box
Adapting to Applications
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Reduced size relays address system design constraints
Power Supplies
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For power sources, form follows function
Colorful Vision Sensors
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Detecting colors adds to the versatility and value of vision sensors
Protection Inside the Box
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Localized protection techniques move outside the electromechanical realm
Record Killer Data
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Communications are Reaching into Homes, Cars
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Transceivers trim price, size
Gyros Progress
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MEMS-based products target emerging applications
LEDs Continue to Shed More Light
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High output opens new applications
Industrial Sensors
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Rugged operator-friendly designs proliferate
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