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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in September 2010
OMEGA's Electromagnetic Flowmeters
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9/30/2010  Post a comment
Designed for measurement of conductive liquids
Patent Basics for Design Engineers
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9/29/2010  Post a comment
As a design engineer, you work on the cutting edge of new technologies and new products. It is therefore important to be knowledgeable about not just patents, but other forms of intellectual property as well, such a trademarks, logos and brands.
Pioneer Magnetics Expands Liquid-Cooled Product Line
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9/29/2010  Post a comment
Line now includes model PM37223-10P
Noise Reduction in Home Health Care Product Design
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9/27/2010  2 comments
While not necessarily a barrier to FDA approval, noise created by home health care devices is nonetheless an important design consideration that should not be overlooked in the design and manufacturing process.
LynuxWorks' LynxSecure 4.0 Support for New Intel Embedded Platforms
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9/22/2010  Post a comment
LynxSecure offers multi-operating system support that takes advantage of Intel's new embedded quad-core Core i7 processors.
Omron's Safety Laser Scanner
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9/22/2010  Post a comment
Small size, light weight, low power consumption and innovative features combine to deliver a simple, flexible safety solution
Linear Technology Corp.'s Digital Monitor
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9/22/2010  Post a comment
Provides Accurate Internal & Remote Temperature Measurements
LEM's Energy Meter/Transducer Combination
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9/21/2010  1 comment
Single-phase energy meter meets all current and proposed standards for onboard rail-traction energy monitoring.
Designing with Multi-axis Load Cell Sensors
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9/10/2010  Post a comment
Custom projects often require customized sensors based on the environment in which they will be used. Thorough understanding of a project's mechanical, electrical and instrumentation requirements are key to making the right sensor choice.
B&B Launches Zlinx Xtreme Outdoor-Rated Wireless I/O Modules & Radio Modems for Industrial Wire Replacement Applications
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9/8/2010  1 comment
P2P & P2MP wireless communications for serial or sensor data in harsh environments.
OMEGA's Multi-input Portable Thermometer/Data Logger
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9/3/2010  Post a comment
For applications involving automobile air conditioning, refrigeration and the food industry
OmniVision's News 2-Megapixel SOC Sensors
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9/1/2010  Post a comment
The OV2643 and OV2659 come with interfaces for standard serial camera control bus and digital video port (DVP) parallel output, offering support for UXGA, SVGA and 720p with programmable controls for frame rate as well as video operations.




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