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2001-06-15 Thyristors used as ac switches and relays
This application note describes circuits in which thyristors (SCRs and triacs) are used to perform simple switching functions of a general type that might also be performed non-statically or various mechanical and electromechanical switches.
2007-07-03 Power handling capability of electromechanical switches
Agilent electromechanical switches provide broadband performance with low insertion loss, high isolation and exceptional repeatability throughout a long operating life. One important parameter for electromechanical switches that is often misunderstood is power handling. The ability of a switch to handle power is very dependant on the design and materials used in a switch.
2007-03-23 NKK unveils tiny electromechanical switches
NKK Switches has released a complete line of ultraminiature electromechanical switches including toggles, rockers and pushbuttons for handheld instruments.
2015-02-09 Hi-rel RF switches support 5-700W power ratings
The electromechanical relay switches from Pasternack operate from DC to 40GHz depending on the model and guarantees operation up to 10 million life cycles with excellent repeatability.
2007-07-02 Coaxial electromechanical switches: How operating life and repeatability of Agilent�s electromechanical switches minimize system uncertainty
This application note describes the operating life of EM switches, the jumper contact mechanism of conventional EM switches, and the Agilent contact mechanism with its wiping-action technology. The effect of repeatability on measurement uncertainty is also discussed
2008-09-24 Toggle switches reduce accidental switching risks
NKK Switches has released its S series of locking lever, medium capacity electromechanical toggle switches.
2015-04-23 Relay switches operate up to 10M life cycles
Fairview unveiled coaxial relay switches for high-speed broadband and millimetre-wave frequencies. The RF switches can be used for applications in military and commercial communications
2009-06-08 Power switches include built-in surge protection
From STMicroelectronics come two new families of AC power switches that simplify the design of domestic appliances and industrial equipment by integrating surge protection that meets the international standard IEC 61000-4-5
2008-04-04 Illuminated toggle switches suit handhelds
NKK Switches has rolled out the M2100 series of LED-tipped miniature toggle switches and the TL series of illuminated standard-size toggle switches
2007-07-30 Chip extends relay contact lifetime to over 1 million switches
Hendon's IES5541A IC enables electromechanical mains relays to achieve effective contact protection with minimal arcing and extended contact lifetime of up to 1 million switches.
2004-06-15 NKK LCD display provides wider viewing area
NKK Switches is offering an improved version of its small STN LCD display with a wider, high-contrast viewing area of 13.9-by-10.6mm and a 36 x 24 pixel resolution to maximize clarity. Pixel size is 0.32-by-0.32mm
2005-03-15 VDC: EMR, SSR market to reach $4.2B in 2007
Venture Development Corp. (VDC) forecasts rapid growth for electromechanical relays (EMR) and solid-state relays (SSR) in the global market
2007-02-01 Streamline body electronics system development with model-based design
Model-based design reduces time-to-market by ensuring throughout the design process that the control system meets requirements, and by enabling hardware validation as it becomes available through hardware-in-the-loop testing.
2008-07-03 SP2T switch offers wideband performance
Narda, an L-3 Communications company, has introduced the Model SEM124 single-pole, double-throw electromechanical switch that operates from DC to 26.5GHz that is optimized for low insertion loss, high isolation and low VSWR
2002-07-05 Omron copes with 'culture change' in Japan
Economic upheaval and other global developments are driving no less than "a change in culture in Japan," claims Frank Newburn, president of Omron Electronics.
2002-11-11 New format of Electronica 2002 reflects technological trends
Organizers of Electronica 2002, the 20th International Trade Fair for Components and Assemblies in Electronics, say more than 2,800 exhibitors have signed up and that 85,000 visitors are expected from Germany and abroad.
2002-05-13 Toshiba photorelays are noise-free
Toshiba Corp. has announced the availability of its line of photorelays that eliminate the use of mechanical contacts used by conventional relays, providing a reliable and noise-free operation.
2005-08-01 Sensor chips offer huge cost savings
The new QTouch QT220 and QT240 charge-transfer digital sensor chips from Quantum Research Group facilitate the manufacture of man-machine interfaces at a cost comparable to using electromechanical switches.
2008-02-01 Steer the wheels with microcontrollers
A wide range of different car types is equipped with an electromechanical power steering system. But what kind of functionality is involved in implementing electronic power-assisted steering systems
2005-05-23 Solid-state relay integrates current-limiting circuitry
Designed to replace electromechanical devices, a new current limiting, normally open, 1 Form A optically isolated solid-state relay (SSR) from Clare Inc., an IXYS company, saves board space while enhancing the performance of wireline-interface applications
2005-06-13 Legerity's line card access switch struts dual-channel architecture
It's been a little more than two years since Legerity Inc. acquired the voice interface division of Agere, which developed the first generation of line-card access switches (LCAS). In that time, Legerity has significantly improved the product, employing a special manufacturing technique called trench isolation
2015-06-01 Understanding HMI: Taking closer look at recent trends
Touch-enabled human machine interfaces offer a more intuitive means to operate electronics hardware, and are now at the forefront of it being used in a much wider scale.
2007-07-05 ST fields capacitive sensor to simplify user interfaces
Making room for itself in the already maturing capacitive sensing market, STMicroelectronics launched the QST108, its first device under its QST portfolio of touch sensors.
2002-12-24 ITT to acquire Northrop Grumman unit
ITT Ind. Inc. has signed an agreement with Northrop Grumman Corp. to acquire the VEAM/TEC division of Northrop's Component Technologies sector.
2008-11-19 RF MEMS switch targets T&M gear
Omron Electronic Components has started sampling a 10GHz RF MEMS switch, offering a typical insertion loss of 1dB at 8GHz in a tiny package measuring 5.2 x 3.0 x 1.8mm.
2005-09-01 Opto-isolated PC/104 plug-in packs 36 I/O channels, relays
Need more I/O in your PC/104-based embedded industrial design? Board maker ACCES I/O Products has a new PC/104 board that packs 32 fully optically-isolated digital inputs, with COS (change-of-state) interrupt generation.
2013-09-27 MEMS chips making waves across electronics sector
In the coming year, MEMS chips are poised to expand their reach into every electronics segment, from automotive to environmental to medical.
2012-09-05 IBM, STM to create NEMS-based logic process
The goal of NEMIAC project is to develop a logic process based on nanometer-scale relays suited for embedded systems and allowing 3-D integration with CMOS.
2015-04-29 Grasping DSPism and its limitations
In this article, we explore the cult of DSPism and some of its limitations, as well as how and when microcontrollers can replace analogue circuitry.
2003-05-09 Fujitsu commences manufacture of lead-free relays
Fujitsu Components America Inc. has announced that it will switch to lead-free relays and begin shipments in June 2003.
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