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COAXIAL CABLE STRIPPING

September 2, 2005 by Staff
The CoaxStrip 5300 programmable cable stripping machine from Schleuniger can strip coaxial, triaxial and multi-conductor cables as well as single conductor wires up to 7 mm (.275?) O.D.
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SMT INDUCTORS FOR COMPACT COMMUNICATIONS

September 2, 2005 by Staff
Vishay Intertechnology Inc. has extended the IMC family of wirewound, surface-mount inductors with the release of two devices packaged in compact 0402 and 0603 case sizes and designed to provide space savings in communications applications with limited board space.
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DC/DC MOBILE CONVERTER

September 2, 2005 by Staff
GlobTek?s GTD21114 series of 90W desktop DC/DC mobile converters are for mobile applications requiring higher power and stable DC power from vehicular or other DC power sources.
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COMPACT 480 VAC PHASE MONITORING RELAY

September 1, 2005 by Staff
Carlo Gavazzi has introduced the DPA53 series, a phase monitoring relay with relay output, which detects under-voltage, and improper phase sequence or phase loss.
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CUSTOMIZABLE ROTARY DEVICES

September 1, 2005 by Staff
NKK Switches has announced a customizable rotary switch for transportation/marine, communication, industrial and medical industries.
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CONDUCTIVITY/TDS/pH/mV

September 1, 2005 by Staff
The PHH244 is for water conditioning, beverage, fish hatcheries, laboratory, universities and other industrial applications.
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LEDs BRIGHT ENOUGH FOR REAR VEHICLE LIGHTING

September 1, 2005 by Staff
Luxeon LEDs from Lumileds Lighting are bright enough to replace conventional bulbs on a one-for-one basis.
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IFIRE DISPLAY MODULE PROJECT MOVES FORWARD

September 1, 2005 by Staff
TORONTO ? With the installation of 16 new tools, including sputtering tools from Ulvac Technologies Inc., Ifire Technology has taken a major step in its pilot project to develop and manufacture thick-film dielectric electroluminescent (TDEL) display modules.
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CIMTEK TESTS MICROSOFT?S XBOX 360

September 1, 2005 by Staff
BURLINGTON, Ont. ? Canadian expertise and Canadian technology are helping software and gaming giant Microsoft of Redmond, Wash. meet critical time to market deadlines while responding to the demands of testing a complex product ? the powerful Xbox 360.
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RUSH BROADENS ACCESS HARDWARE LINE

September 1, 2005 by Staff
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. ? As a result of acquisitions by its principal, Southco Inc., authorized distributor Rush Electronics Ltd. can now facilitate the entire access hardware marketplace in Canada.
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OCTASIC, ST TO DEVELOP VoP TELECOM ICs

September 1, 2005 by Staff
MONTREAL  Fabless telecom semiconductor company Octasic Inc. and STMicroelectronics have signed an agreement to deliver a family of voice-over-packet (VoP) ICs.
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AGILENT LAUNCHES SOC TESTING, TRAINING CENTRE

August 29, 2005 by Staff
OTTAWA ? Agilent Technologies Inc. has established a system-on-a-chip (SOC) testing and training centre that will provide a wide spectrum of SOC testing capabilities to meet the needs of regional fabless semiconductor companies and IC design communities for testing semiconductor devices.  The centre will also offer training programs for Canadian and regional design and test engineers. Access to this regional training centre is aimed at improving  productivity while reducing costs for local companies.