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Content posted in November 2010
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SG-Series Position Monitor
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Electro-Sensors Inc.'s SG1000E position monitor for measuring linear and rotary movement in clam shell bucket applications.
Endress+Hauser's Liquiline CM442
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Two-parameter transmitter can replace two single-parameter transmitters in analytical sensing applications.
Four Conduit Elbows in One
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Replaces LL, LR, LB and C conduit bodies for most applications.
Shrinkable Fabric Covers for Aircraft Parts
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Consist of an outer layer that is UV-resistant and anti-condensation, a middle adhesive layer and a soft inner layer.
Pioneer Magnetics' Model PM37220-10P
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The 3-phase power supply operates from 0 to 50C with an input range of 365 to 528 V ac.
16V Op Amps With Low Quiescent Current, 135 microamperes
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Low current consumption and space-saving packaging for portable applications.
Medium and Heavy Load Linear Guides in Dust Proof Versions
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Double-sealed and metal scraper type linear guides for areas with excessive dust, machining chips or hot welding spatter.
QuickUSB Module With 20 Mbyte/sec Transfer Rates
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Plug-in module that integrates hardware, firmware and software.
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