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Content posted in February 2011
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Brush-on Polymer Seals Porosity in Welds
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Low dynamic viscosity enables it to wick deeply into pores, seams and between close-fitting ferrous metal surfaces.
Important Operating System Characteristics for Safe and Secure Applications
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When computing platforms are used in applications where safety or security is paramount, such as airborne and ground-based systems, special requirements may need to be addressed.
Is the Plastic Engine Close?
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A plastic engine tested by Ford 25 years ago wasn't ready for prime time, but plastics' use is heating up once again.
Vertical Entry, PCB Lithium Coin Cell Holders
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For use with portable medical and electronic devices.
Vortex Shedding Flow Meters
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The no-moving-part design makes the products well suited to monitor media with small particulates.
Electric Drives Power Rocket Launcher
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New drive system enables silent operation and provides high load carrying capacity.
Encapsulated Transformers Line Expanded
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Encapsulated with electrical grade silica sand and resin compounds to protect the core and coils.
Tiny Antenna in 418MHz and 433MHz Models
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For applications that require an unobtrusive, tamper-resistant antenna solution.
Lubrication Devices for Rack & Pinion Systems
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Designed to work with any type of rack and pinion system.
Fast-Stor DURA-flex
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In response to the harsh demands of Aerial Truck Lift hose; tight coil design increases operator safety.
Delrin and Peek Worms and Wheels
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Start at 0.5 Mod going up to 3.0 as standard and all are available in 1, 2, 3 or 4 starts.
Social Networks: Cautious Engineers and Collaboration-Focused Suppliers
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Despite the possibilities for collaboration, a Design News survey reveals engineers are avoiding social networks due to concerns around security and irrelevant information overload.
Sinamics G110D Distributed Drive
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Includes integrated plug-and-play power and control for easier installation and an optional Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) for text application setup in a reduced footprint.
Transducer for Potentiometer
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Features three-way 1.5 kV isolation, lower power consumption and high-quality signal conversion for common current and voltage analog signals.
CS3 Bang/Bang Joystick
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Controller uses microswitches with quick connect terminals.
Serial E2PROMs
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Low current consumption and wide range operation.
UTM10 Ultrasonic Flowmeter
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A flow and energy meter for liquid.
CPU Board with an Intel Core 2 Duo P8400 Processor
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Provides a powerful platform for Automation PC 810 and Panel PC 800 devices.
Real-Time Visual Ergonomics Application
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Corrects reflection and visibility problems early in the vehicle design process.
USB-Powered 20MHz Scopes
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With integrated IEPE sensor drive and large memory buffer.
z-Quad Small Form-factor Pluggable Plus Interconnect Solution
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Designed for high-density applications found in telecommunications, data networking, test and measurement and medical diagnostic equipment.
Panels as Powerful as an Industrial PC
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Can be equipped with up to 2 GByte of main memory and the product range includes panels ranging from 5.7 inch VGA to 15 inch XGA displays.
Mid-Range Oscilloscope Platform
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Useful for engineers to validate and thoroughly debug their designs.
ET Bus Terminals for use in Extreme Climates
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Provides I/O solutions for applications in areas with severe heat or cold.
Universal Thermocouple Connector
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Accepts signals from 9 thermocouple types.
Bluetooth Kit
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 Evaluates and adds Bluetooth connectivity to embedded designs.
Co-Extruded Plastic Tubing
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Combines the functionality of polyethylene with the flexibility of EVA.
Lightweight Sensor
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Combines miniature AHRS with onboard GPS for navigation applications
Brass Water Turbines
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Designed for flow rate measurement of water and many water based liquids.
Developer's Kits for M3-L Closed Loop Linear Motion Module
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Includes an M3-L module for precision closed-loop linear motion, along with a USB adapter and New Scale Pathway software.
Single-Chip TrueTouch Solution for Tablets
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Family offers 60 sensing I/O channels with support for up to 884 nodes on the screen.
Compact 6-contact Guard Lock Safety Door Switch
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Six different horizontal-mount and vertical-mount operating keys are available to satisfy varying shock and vibration resistance needs.
EXTreme Ten60Power High-Current Connectors
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Tighter pitch signal contacts and solder tail and press fit options than the original Molex 24-signal.
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