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Content posted in November 2001
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An inside look at today's data centers
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How these critical facilities cope successfully with power distribution, thermal management, and security issues
In Brief - CAE
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Fluid Power
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Valve adds capability, minimizes plumbing
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A single valve eliminates numerous hoses, fittings, and T connections in a patented hydraulic steering system for next-generation agricultural equipment
Hot Products
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Power Transmission
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Product News
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Pocket tool gets a makeover
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Modular design and anodized aluminum produce a colorful, pocket-friendly Leatherman tool
Computers
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Power Transmission
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Fluid Power
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Product News
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Wedging action key to compact linear motor brake
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Novel brake head design provides up to 100 lbs force in small space
Fastening
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Integrated motor-drive combinations
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Combining the motor with the drive may be clever, but users have been slow to accept it
A strong door for tough times
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Off-the-shelf materials and a beefed-up latch can help secure flight decks
Enter the small world
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Relays and swtiches offer more in less space - thanks to design and material changes




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