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Content posted in October 2007
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Small Relays, Big Performance
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Small form factors required to minimize space
High Speed Sensing
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Get It On
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Rugged is key aspect for industrial switches
LED
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Brighter, Smaller and More Colorful
Engineering Green Packaging
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The move toward sustainable packaging will usher in material, design and machinery changes
Round Form-Factor Connectors
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Meeting specific standards is essential
Thin Is In
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Squeezing three-axis accelerometers into a very small space
Engineering Meets Online
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Distributors meet accelerated time-to-market needs
High Current Auto Relays
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Addressing traditional and high voltage loads
Talk About Tough Specs
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Mine apparatus must resist static build up and provide RFI shielding
Switch Packages Shrink
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Small is the key to many new switch applications
Rugged Industrial Cables
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Surviving in hostile environments
Fuel Economy Debate Heats Up
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Automakers are furious over proposed fuel economy legislation that they say will drive them out of business - environmental groups believe they're lying
Powering Multi-Functions
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Managing energy for efficiency
Rugged to the Rescue
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For hostile environments, these connectors are really rugged
Power Polymers Fuel Solar Cell Advances
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Proprietary semi-conductive polymers team with conventional processes to advance solar energy
Electronics Trend Watch 2007-2008
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Ford's Tom Watson says mechatronics is going to be important for future powertrain engineers
Expanding Beyond the Basics
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Digital and wireless technology simplifies temperature measurements
High Pressure Industrial Sensors
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Call them sensors, transducers or transmitters, these units are tough
Powering Up Green Design
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Companies are hot on cooling their productís reliance on energy consumption and hazardous materials. PLM and CAD software can help companies achieve their sustainable design goals
Hall Effect Sensors
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Application-specific designs proliferate for magnetic sensors
Cimmetry Releases AutoVue 19.2
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Software can view and overlay more than 450 file types without disturbing native file
Clippard Releases O-E Oxygen Clean Series of Valves
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O-E solenoid valves are ultrasonically cleaned and appropriate for applications that use oxygen
MIT, Ford Form Alliance for Energy Initiative
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Partnership includes funding, fellowships and five-year commitment from Ford
3D Printing Finds Diverse Roles Across Many Types of Business
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Prototyping isnít the only thing you can do with on-site 3D printing
Bliley Technologies Releases NV45Q OCXO Oscillator
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Blileyís NV45Q OCXO oscillator is surface mountable and offers high-stability performance
Goodfellow Releases Ultra-Thin PEEK Film
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Thermoplastic film is .006 mm thick
New RFID Technologies Announced at RFID World Boston
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Conference focuses on safe, secure RFID applications
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