EFD® Introduces New PicoDot™ Jet Dispensing System
EFD's new PicoDot jet dispensing systems do not contact the substrate, enabling manufacturers to deposit controlled amounts of fluid on hard-to-access areas, uneven surfaces, or in applications where a conventional dispensing needle cannot be used—at speeds up to 150 dots per second. Click Here.
Nano Antennae Collect Solar Energy - PODCAST
A new method for collecting solar energy uses nano-sized antennae printed on thin sheets. Researcher Steve Novak discusses the process for this method and the timeline for implementation. Listen Now
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Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST)
CST represents a unique collection of companies under one umbrella as a distinct global business unit within Schneider Electric. Now a singular business, they represents a set of proven brands with a long-standing ability to deliver advanced application-specific solutions across a wide array of sensing technologies along with control and actuation products.View All Resources from Custom Sensors & Technologies
EPIC® INDUSTRIAL MIL-TYPE CIRCULAR POWER & SIGNAL CONNECTORSVendor:Lapp USA | Type:Training GuideEPIC, EAB, EAC, and EPT Series Connectors are modern, industrialized versions of the popular MIL-C-5015 and MIL-C-26482 designs. They are offered in wall, box, and cable mount receptacle, and straight and right angle plug configurations. Standard features included Nickel plated aluminum housings, removable crimp contacts, metric backshells, and SKINTOP strain reliefs.
How to Minimize Warm-Up Drift in Pressure SensorsVendor:All Sensors Corporation | Type:White PaperHow to Minimize Warm-Up Drift in Pressure Sensors was written by Tim Shotter. This document will demonstrate how to help minimize the effects of warm-up drift.
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