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White paper
September 4, 2018

Switches & Controls: How to select the right one

Switches are the most fundamental component in any circuit and will often be the most important design decision a product designer makes when engineering the human/ machine interface. If you get this choice wrong, the results can range from inconvenience

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Carling Technologies
White paper
April 30, 2018

Build a Better Rack: Best Practices for PDU Component Selection

Racks are only as good as their power distribution units and PDUs are only as good as their components.

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Carling Technologies
White paper
April 1, 2018

Ventilation Options for Your Custom Enclosure

When designing custom enclosures to fit the electronics you’ve built, you know that you need ventilation in your enclosures.

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Protocase
White paper
March 1, 2018

Basics of Circuit Breaker Design

Selecting the appropriate circuit breaker for your application is important. With so many options, what should be considered and how do you decide?

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Carling Technologies
White paper
February 1, 2018

An Easier Way to Design Your Power System

87% of power engineers fear spec changes during design. This report explains the top design obstacles and the online design tools that provide solutions to overcoming spec changes and other challenges. Click here to download the whitepaper: Find out how

White paper
July 28, 2015

High-Resolution Measurements with Rohde & Schwarz Oscilloscopes – Application Note

How do you find a needle in a haystack? Or in other words: How do you measure small signals in the presence of larger ones? It can be daunting if not impossible and it all depends on the vertical resolution

White paper
June 19, 2015

How to Choose the Appropriate Rack Size for a Chassis System

Select the appropriate number of slots for your system and plan for future additions; Choose the appropriate size system for your application; and Expand on an existing chassis system using a daisy-chain system.


Submit your white paper
If you would like to contribute a sponsored white paper to the EP&T collection, please email Peter Loney, pdloney@ept.ca or call 416-510-5207