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WIRELESS TEMPERATURE TRANSMITTER

April 18, 2005 by Staff
The Omega Engineering OMWT-TEMPRH wireless temperature and relative humidity transmitter is a battery operated digital temperature and relative humidity sensor with a micro-processor controlled 418 MHz FCC certified radio transmitter.
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DIRECT DRIVE ROTARY MOTOR

April 18, 2005 by Staff
Kollmorgen Cartridge DDR direct drive rotary servomotors from Danaher Motion combine the performance advantages of frameless direct drive motors with the ease of installation of a full-frame motor.
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HIGH ACCURACY CMM

April 18, 2005 by Staff
The Mitutoyo Legex series CMM performs with accuracy starting at 0.48um and a resolution of 0.01um.
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500/600/800W PFC SUPPLIES

April 18, 2005 by Staff
Low-voltage, power factor corrected (PFC) power supplies from HiTek Power provide output power up to 500, 600 and 800 watts, and feature a built-in O-ring device that enables current sharing for redundant operation.
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32-BIT RISC CORE: XAP3 ASIC

April 18, 2005 by Staff
Cambridge Consultants' 32-bit RISC core brings code density and power economy to deeply-embedded applications.
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POWER ANALYSIS TOOL

April 18, 2005 by Staff
PowerTheater-nm is the next generation of Sequence Design's PowerTheater suite for the analysis of power in large SoC designs.
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ANTENNA COUPLER FOR 2G, 3G MOBILE PHONE TESTING

April 18, 2005 by Staff
The Willtek Communications 4916 antenna coupler supports the extended frequency ranges for 3G mobile phone testing.
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APPROVED SIGNAL CONDITIONERS

April 18, 2005 by Staff
Weidmuller WaveAnalog signal conditioners are cULus listed.
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BEAUTY AND BRAINS

April 18, 2005 by Staff
The Elma Electronic type 39 tower enclosure is for desktop or deskside applications.
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TEST TOOLS DEBUG

April 15, 2005 by Staff
An Agilent Technologies suite of test tools provides designers complete visibility into systems using fully buffered DIMMs (FBDs).
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Autorouter Updated

April 15, 2005 by Staff
Updates to the capabilities and performance of the autorouter are in the latest version of the complete board-level design system, Protel.
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LOW VOLTAGE LMOS LOGIC

April 15, 2005 by Staff
The Toshiba LVP series of LMOS (Logic-MOS) ICs features low operating voltage (0.9 volt (V)) and low power consumption (a 50 per cent reduction from previous product) reportedly in the smallest and thinnest five-pin package (fSV package 1.0mm x 1.0mm x 0.48mm) in the world.