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Content posted in January 2014
LED Lamp Electronics: Past, Present & Future
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1/31/2014  12 comments
Technologies vying to replace incandescent include halogen, compact fluorescent (CFL), and LED.
Magnetic Sensor ICs Offer Integrated Diagnostics for ASIL Compliance
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1/30/2014  Post a comment
The ever-evolving requirements of the automotive, industrial, and commercial markets will continue to drive demand for electronic content.
Factors to Consider When Selecting a Pressure Sensor
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1/28/2014  1 comment
Before selecting a pressure sensor for any system, it is important to understand all of the details of the application and performance requirements.
Software-Designed PACs: Think Subroutine, Not Sub-Controllers
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1/23/2014  1 comment
PACs and embedded controllers can help simplify machine design by shifting the architecture from several unique custom designs to fewer, more consolidated, software-designed controllers.
Pre-Integrated Sensors Cut Costs & Design Risk
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1/14/2014  4 comments
Designing the sensing element can be complex and time consuming, but help is here.
Hydraulic-Powered Blast Furnaces
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1/7/2014  3 comments
Advanced motion control and improved endpoint accuracy helped create a new hydraulic distributor for iron blast furnaces that delivers dramatically increased performance.
Selecting Your Boost Converter Inductance
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1/3/2014  2 comments
Design for CCM, DCM, or a combination of both.




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