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2002-03-01 Probe submersible assembly
This application note illustrates how a submersion assembly can be used to ensure that the cable remains dry when the electrode is submerged.
2004-02-20 Mainland China connector makers churn out green products
Connector makers in mainland China are adopting environment-friendly materials following a ban by Europe and Japan on import of components with lead content.
2008-09-03 High flex cables fit C-Track, robotic systems
Weidmuller has introduced a line of SAI High Flex cables designed for demanding continuous flexing applications.
2004-07-15 Evaluator board jump-starts PFC designs
The PFC Evaluation Board from BI Technologies provides users a nearly complete universal-input PFC front-end for checking out their lab designs.
2002-05-09 Broadband test system Model 9650: Frame relay protocol analysis
This application note discusses how Anritsu's test system enables the delivery of a modern solution to pre-qualify and maintain circuits.
2002-02-25 ATM end-to-end QoS testing using DominoATM and TPI-750
This application note demonstrates how the DominoATM and the TPI-750 can be combined to effectively test end-to-end ATM quality of service.
2002-02-25 ATM end-to-end QoS testing using DominoATM
This application note demonstrates how two DominoATM analyzers can be used together at two remote locations to effectively test end-to-end ATM quality of service.
2003-11-07 Year Round SC/SC adapter suits WLAN apps
Designed for wireless LAN (WLAN) applications, the SC-547 SC/SC adapter from Year Round Technology Corp. features a ceramic sleeve, zirconia ferrules, PBT and PVC receptacle, and PBP dust cap.
2004-01-15 Gyeonggi power cord has three socket outlets
Gyeonggi Small & Medium Business Center has announced the availability of its KT-576 power supply cord that is made from PVC compound material.
2003-10-16 Fulgent cable features reduced outside sheath (?)
Fulgent Electrical Wire & Cable Co. Ltd has released a flat 1.27mm cable with round PVC jacket for external wiring.
2002-07-11 Foshan No.3 aluminum electrolytic capacitor withstands 1050C
Designed for television receivers and VCD players, the CD11EK series of aluminum electrolytic capacitors from Foshan No.3 Radio Fty feature a PVC insulation sleeve.
2003-05-13 Evernew offers Cat.6 UTP cable
Evernew Wire & Cable Co. Ltd has released a Cat.6 UTP networking cable that uses a 24AWG solid bare copper conductor and PVC jacket.
2004-01-05 Yifeng optical fiber has 1,000?m(?) core
Shenzhen Yifeng Electronics Co. Ltd has announced the availability of its Q-119 optical fiber with a polymethyl methacrylate core.
2005-10-10 Tyco rolls RoHS-compliant cables
Tyco Electronics' latest RoHS-compliant offering is its MADISON CABLE brand of Pb-free and heavy-metal-free cables.
2008-07-07 Tech firms' scores plunge in new green electronics test
The overall score of 18 electronics companies has plummeted as Greenpeace tightens requirements on e-waste and toxic chemicals, and adds new requirements for evaluating companies' impact on climate change.
2002-09-30 Superior Essex rolls out reduced-diameter cable
Superior Essex's DataGain 450 Cat.6 data cable is constructed without a cross-web filler, which reduces cable diameter to 5.08mm.
2011-03-25 Shin-Etsu pleads utilities for power supply
The rolling blackouts implemented by power companies are affecting the operations of Shin-Etsu sites, forcing the plant to remain out of production.
2014-10-20 Sensors keep rivers healthy
The Beacon Institute has worked towards making its River and Estuary Observatory Network sensors 20 times cheaper than other systemscheap enough for any river monitoring system to afford.
2007-09-05 Sensor-actuator connectors meet field bus specs
ERNI has expanded its M8/M12 family of round connectors, completing its portfolio that connects sensors and actuators via field buses in industrial automation.
2003-12-12 Sanmeng heating wire features hard aging
Shanghai Sanmeng Electrothermal Material Co. Ltd has released fiber infrared electrical heating wires that are made of carbon. Suitable for use in ground heating, the product has adopted high quality carbon fiber as its pyrotoxin while heat-resistant fluorin plastic and non-alkali glass fiber are used as insulated material.
2008-03-28 Samtec intros twisted pair IDC cable
Samtec has introduced its new Twisted Pair IDC cable assemblies which provide up to 2.5x the performance of traditional IDC flat cable, but at a lower cost than mid-data rate flex and high data rate coax cables.
2008-03-20 Samsung, Toshiba share 'greenest' crown
The latest release of Greenpeace's 'Guide to Greener Electronics' hailed Samsung Electronics and Toshiba as greenest electronics firms.
2008-06-13 RoHS watchdog reports less violations in 2007
The U.K. National Weights and Measures Laboratory (NWML), the country's RoHS enforcement authority, reported that RoHS violations in general are diminishing as the industry comes to terms with compliance practices.
2004-10-14 RJ45 Ethernet connectors prepared for harsh environment apps
Cannon launched a full range of highly rugged RJ45 Ethernet connectors, patch cords, covers and sealed boxes targeted for diverse harsh environment apps.
2006-03-01 Overview: Distributed IP/Ethernet DSLAMs
There is a greater need for a cost effective distributed DSLAM architecture so that traffic-processing requirements are performed in the first mile.
2009-05-12 Over-moulded connectors are waterproof to IP68
Bulgin Components has expanded the use of its 400 Series Buccaneer waterproof connectors with the introduction of fully assembled cables using over-moulded cable connectors.
2002-11-29 NTC chip thermistors suit cooling, heating apps
The company's NTC chip thermistors combine high electrical accuracy with improved humidity and thermal cycling features.
2008-09-19 Nokia grabs top spot in green electronics list
Greenpeace's latest Guide to Greener Electronics revealed that five leading brands are making significant progress in greening their electronics products.
2007-11-29 Nintendo, Microsoft, Philips fail Greenpeace toxic test
The latest edition of Greenpeace's 'Guide to Greener Electronics' showed that Nintendo completely failed to show any environmental credentials, while and Microsoft and Philips do little better.
2007-12-28 Newsmakers: The (not so) golden Apple
Apple outdid itself this year with the heavily hyped rollout of three electronic eye candiesthe Apple TV, the iPhone and the iPod Touchtriggering a frenzy in the consumer market that reverberated to the supply chain.
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