This device runs off USB 2.0 through a PC, and has arbitrary digital waveform generator and logic analyzer capabilities. Engineers can use the tool to access electronic systems from any PC-based workstation. It can access almost any port within 16 address/data lines and 6 control lines up to 50MHz. It has a maximum speed of 100 MB/s burst performance over the 16 KB internal memory depth. Built-in hardware acceleration frees up plenty of bandwidth for data transfer. It has 16 bidirectional data pins, 6 bidirectional control pins, I/O voltage 1.2V to 3.3V, and a system interface frequency up to 50MHz. It is available from stock at $1,187 each.
Wearable cameras possess the power to alter our work lives, the way industrial enterprises operate, and our personal lives because of the insights they can bring from their unobtrusive, first-person point of view.
Injection molding speedster Proto Labs is now offering magnesium molding as part of its rapid manufacturing services. Called thixomolding, the new service is aimed at both prototypes and low-volume production runs.
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