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Cymbet's EnerChip RF Induction Charger EVAL-11 Development Kit
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Kit includes an RF charging transmitter board, a USB cable to power the transmitter board from a PC and an EnerChip CC CBC3150-based receiver board.
Linear Technology's LTC2655
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Quad voltage output 16- and 12-bit digital-to-analog converter (DAC) family
Henkel's Urethane Hot Melt Adhesive
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Designed to significantly reduce FRP surface distortion
Haydon Kerk's Fully Configurable CAD Models for RGS Linear Rail Systems
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Applications include life science equipment, laboratory instrumentation, semiconductor processing equipment ...
OMEGA ENGINEERING's Thermocouple and RTD Thermometers
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The HH100 logs data in real time PC monitoring
AAC's New Circular Wire Rope Isolators
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Feature a low profile for compact military and industrial applications
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