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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in March 2006
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LED Indicators
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Offered in a vibrant selection of colors
New Enclosure System
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For many different electronic applications
Low Profile Pushbutton Switches
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For applications requiring protection from dust, sand, water
Be a Bingo winner
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Easy to use sensors
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PowerWise Technology and LP5550 Energy Management Unit
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National Semiconductor
LogicPort Logic Analyzer/LA1034
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Intronix
Electronics
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Readers' Choice Awards
Prism visualization system
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Silicon Graphics Inc.
Electronic Stethoscope Reference Design
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AMI Semiconductor
IT. S801 Soft Starter
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Eaton Corp.
LMH1251 Component-to-RGB Video Converter
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National Semiconductor
HANDHELD X-RAY MACHINE
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Innov-X Systems Portable XRF
MSP430F20xx Ultra-Low Power Microcontroller
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Texas Instruments
ENC28J60 Ethernet Controller
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Microchip Technology Inc.
Electronics Distributors
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Readers' Choice Awards
Si4905 AeroFone Single-Chip Cell Phone
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Silicon Laboratories Inc.
Motors, speed controls, stainless products, and more
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Variety of New Products
LabView 8
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National Instruments
MR314 ZapFree High Resolution Encoder
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Micronor Inc.
PORTABLE ULTRASOUND
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ZONARE Medical Systems Inc. z.one Convertible Ultrasound Platform
CoolMOS CS/CP Power MOSFET Families
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Infineon Technologies AG
BOOMING BOX
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Velodyne Acoustics SPL-R Series
Checker
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Cognex
THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA
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Ann Arbor Sensor Systems AXT100 Camera
iSensor Intelligent Sensor/ADIS16201
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Analog Devices Inc
SignalExpress 1.1
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National Instruments
LabView Embedded Development Module
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National Instruments
Disaster Ready Drive S1
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ioSafe Inc.
BRILLIANT LIGHTING
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Color Kinetics Inc. ColorBlast 12 Powercore
X20 System
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B&R Industrial Automation
XIO2000 PCI Express-to-PCI bridge
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Texas Instruments
Expansion boards
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