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2003-02-12 SDK to build aluminum tube plant in Dalian
Showa Denko K.K. (SDK) will construct a manufacturing facility, to be named Showa Denko (Dalian) Co. Ltd, in the economic and technical development zone of Dalian, Liaoning in China this month.
2004-01-14 New Epoch coaxial cables have aluminum mylar shields
Changzhou New Epoch Enterprises Co. Ltd (E) has released its CFETT-D general or RG-type coaxial cables that come with aluminum mylar longitudinal shields
2010-07-15 LED light tube comes in high-brightness version
Elma Electronics is offering a high-brightness (HB) version of its rugged light tubes, which are equipped with two high-efficiency dragon LEDs and a special aluminum body for thermal-management
2006-10-03 Gen2 Nano ditches scratch-prone shell for aluminum
By modifying case design to improve surface finish durability, selectively changing up component suppliers, and riding rapid NAND flash price declines, Apple hopes its Gen2 Nano will be an even more-profitable hit.
2003-02-18 Showa Denko to manufacture ED-process tubes in China
Showa Denko K.K. will begin producing aluminum tubes for OA equipment in Dalian, Liaoning province, China, in January 2004, using its proprietary extrusion and drawing process
2004-10-29 New substrate provides 'instant on' heat for auto apps
TT Electronics developed a tubular aluminum substrate resistive technology that delivers tightly controlled instant on heat with greater than 95 percent efficiency
2011-08-30 LED reference design meets commercial power requirements
Power Integrations' reference design for a 25W LED T8 tube ballast power supply meets commercial requirements for power factor and harmonic distortion
2010-01-04 What's the next big application?
Here's a list of the 10 technology applications to watch for in 2010, examining examine the features that make them so compelling as well unresolved issues that might keep them from breaking out.
2015-09-17 Vishay unveils 1 Form A single-channel relays
The devices boast high input-to-output isolation, current limit protection and low power use, and serve as replacements for traditional mechanical relays with lower reliability and shorter lifetimes.
2009-04-09 Unlock Micron's 50nm DRAM technology
With their latest 50nm process technology, Micron Technology Inc. seems to have struck the right balance between investment in new technologies and conservative design decisions.
2002-07-31 RFC surge protector suits HF apps
The RFS-2093 50-ohm in-line surge protector from RF Connectors features N female interfaces and is designed for use with frequencies from 0Hz to 6GHz.
2004-12-27 How can they learn?
Part Rube Goldberg, part Tinker Toys, Jack's retro toys are taught the basics of digital logic and computer programming in an unusual way.
2013-12-26 Electric fields can push droplets from nano-condenser surfaces
Scientists at MIT followed up on their discovery that droplets of water acquire an electric charge when jumping from certain condenser surfaces by finding a way to make use of that effect.
2008-10-09 'Green' energy emerging from two lighting systems
Despite the attention drawn on other sources of energy to increase available power, some measures are targeted to the conservation of energy. Along with "making more," the energy challenge is also aimed at "using less."
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