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Content posted in March 2011
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Multi-Drop Sealed Connector and Cable System
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System is fully sealed and includes a modular assembly design for flexibility.
Vertical Entry, Lithium Coin Cell Holders
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For use with portable medical and other electronic devices.
Thermocouple Probes with M12 Molded Connectors
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Available with Type J, 316 stainless steel or Type K, Inconel 600 sheaths.
Integrated Magnetic Encoder
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Available on the 1 inch 25000 Series linear actuators.
Ethernet Licensed Radio
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Combines Ethernet and serial ports to suit a broad range of remote devices and RTUs.
AbrasiMatic 300 Abrasive Cutter
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Available with optional X-Bed, digital display to track X-axis movement for precise, repeatable cuts.
Cable Feeding Sheaves
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Can slide into the end of a conduit and rotate to align with the desired cable direction, allowing cable to be fed-in smoothly from any angle.
64-Bit VxWorks RTOS
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Enables high-performance processing of large data structures.
Dual-Monitor KVM Extender
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Bus extension technology over fiber-optic cable to drive two high-resolution displays up to 1 KM from the PC.
Single Channel Hi-Speed USB to UART/FIFO Interface IC
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Can be placed in various serial and parallel I/O configurations, including a proprietary dynamic bi-directional data bus.
WLCSP Socket
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The SG-BGA-7203 socket is designed for two different WLCSPs to be tested in a single socket side by side.
VersaDrum Piston Pump Bulk Melters
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Consistent primary and secondary seal dispensing for insulated glass.
Whispah Linear Slide
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Useful for linear motion applications that must be non-contaminating to its environment such as medical equipment.
Multipurpose Actuators
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Designed to lift dynamic loads ranging from 100 to 1,600 lbs.
Miniature AHRS with Onboard GPS
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Can independently provide time correlated measurements.
Chemically Resistant Epoxy
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For applications demanding chemical resistance to acids, fuels and oils.
Motorcycle Monitor
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Accelerometers make it possible to know when a motorcycle is crashing and then fire a jacket airbag before the driver strikes the ground.
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