Electronic Products & Technology


April 30, 2020 by Stephen Law

Component carrier replaces flexible pcbs

HARTING Standardized component carrier solution, based on 3D-MID technology, is capable of replacing flexible circuit boards. Electronic components can be fitted directly onto the component carrier, which serves as a connecting element between the printed circuit board (pcb) and electronic…
March 23, 2020 by Stephen Law

Thermal tweezer provides precision micro-component rework

PACE MT-200 MiniTweez thermal tweezer provides precision micro-component rework. Unit quickly and safely reworks tightly spaced micro-components such as 0201s, 0402s and 0603s in a simple, one-handed operation. Product features multi-axis tip alignment capability. A Tip-Gap Adjustment Wheel allows user…
February 21, 2019 by Stephen Law

Component counter equipped with automatic loading

OPTICAL CONTROL OC-SCAN CCX.3 X-ray component counter comes with automatic loading and offline station is fully automated when it comes to programming. There are no libraries required or need for customer input to get started. Plug-and-play system can X-ray any…
February 14, 2019 by EP&T Magazine

Optical Control expands support in Western Canada

Optical Control Americas has entered a manufacturers’ representative agreement with G2 Manufacturing, which will represent the firm’s class-leading component counting technology throughout Western Canada.  “We keep growing and adding ‘best in the industry’ partners, and John Gilby is no exception,”…
November 28, 2018 by Stephen Law

One component epoxy meets low outgassing specs

MASTER BOND EP17HTND-CCM single component epoxy is not premixed or frozen and is more convenient to handle, apply and store than typical two component glob top systems. The black, heat curable compound has a flowable paste consistency suitable for glob…
November 25, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

Lytica adds industry veteran to team

Ottawa-based firm appoints Dory Meynert to the position of vice-president of customer engagement and product solutions
November 24, 2018 by Jonathan Wilkins, marketing director at obsolete industrial parts supplier, EU Automation

Don’t let component obsolescence get you down…

It is impossible to stop parts from becoming obsolete, but it is possible to mitigate the risks to production when obsolescence does inevitably occur
October 18, 2016 by Reuters: Reporting by Se Young Lee; Editing by Stephen Coates

Samsung to compensate Galaxy Note 7 component suppliers

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd. says it will compensate component suppliers for the discontinued Galaxy Note 7 smartphones and consider giving them orders for other models to cushion the blow. The world’s top smartphone maker said it would fully pay for…