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Content posted in April 2011
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Thermal Control Designs for Medical Devices
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4/6/2011  1 comment
As the use of microprocessors in medical devices increases, the incorporation of passive cooling technology improves device designs by allowing for better thermal control.
LED Wafer System
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Maintenance-free positioning solution for stepping or scanning applications.
Electrical Physical Layer Sub-Specification
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An isochronous channel for video data transmission and enables IP data communication.
UCODE I2C RFID Chip
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UHF chip enables wireless customization and configuration of electronic devices.
IO-Link High-Voltage Line Driver
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Targets harsh factory automation environments.
Smart Controller For Explosion-Proof Heaters
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Flexible temperature control for process instrumentation.
QTC Clear
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Can be used to create Force Sensitive touch screens.
Dynamic Arc Recognition and Termination System
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Power supply and control system for intrinsically safe fieldbus installations.
Hits and Misses for Industrial Ethernet
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Ethernet as a solution for automation control is clearly here to stay. However, its use is far from ubiquitous. The question remains as to how dominant the technology will become in all aspects of industrial networking.
Omnilube Synthetic Food Grade Compressor Oils
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Meet requirements of the USDA and FDA H-1 regulations, 21 CFR 178.3570 and conform to the requirements of NSF.
Washdown Worm Gear with?V-Drive Gearbox
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For food processing applications.
Current Sensing Line with Ground Fault Sensors
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Includes ac ground fault sensors and dc current transducers and switches.
Continuous Position Feedback Sensor
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For cost-sensitive applications where non-contact, continuous feedback is beneficial.
As Costs Plummet, LED Use Soars
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Energy efficiency, long life and declining costs are drawing engineers to LEDs, according to a new Design News survey.
GFS Series Of Ground Fault Sensors
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Combine a Hall Effect sensor and signal conditioner for use in dc current applications up to 400A.
Shaft Actuated Option for Rotary Switches
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Enables hand actuation, while still retaining the ability to be adjusted with a flat tipped screwdriver.
Brick Bus Converters
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For 36V to 60V input power systems using 5:1 or 4:1 bus converters.

Optical Cable Assemblies
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Includes four transmit and four receive channels at 10 Gbps per channel for InfiniBand standard SDR, DDR and QDR applications.
Miniaturized 9-axis Inertial Measurement Unit
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A fast track motion sensing solution for health and fitness, gaming and sports applications.
Traceable Ultra-Low Flow Meter
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Compact, fully contained and requires no assembly.
Long Range Wireless System
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Simultaneously monitors and controls 4 switches or valves up to 8 miles away.
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