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Devices, components, assemblies and hardware associated with the design and development of electronic equipment. Includes active and passive components, enclosures, interconnection, optolectronics, power and subassemblies.
Harwin’s new RFI shield cans and clips for its EZ-Boardware range of surface-mount PCB hardware are now available from TTI. The shield clips and cans are suitable for automatic processing and integrate easily into existing manufacturing processes.
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The Fibotec MOPA pulsed fibre amplifier from AP Technologies has high peak power, excellent beam profile over its lifetime and low power consumption.
The Kikusui PLZ-U series of modular multifunction electronic loads from Telonic Instruments is capable of operating in five modes.
Fibolux fibre-optical broadband sources make use of the amplified spontaneous emission within optically pumped rare-earth doped fibres.
The Power-One ABC40 series 40W AC/DC power supply available from Relec Electronics is suitable for applications such as lighting.
The SebaKMT Easyloc line location system, available from Megger, helps users avoid cable damage and minimise costly accidents and inconvenient delays.
This application note from Linear Technology presents the LTC1966/LTC1967/LTC1968 series of devices.
This design idea presents the schematic for a CV/CC power supply for LED driver applications using the Linkswitch-II LNK605DG.
The MiniSM from Sensl is a high-performance detector module offering a plug-and-play solution to many demanding applications. It is available from AP Technologies.
The PAT300 series of portable appliance testers (PAT) from Megger allows the testing of portable electrical equipment to meet health and safety regulations.
Gill Research and Development’s engineering consultancy offers advanced research and development techniques electronic and mechanical design through to professional project management.
As this technical guide from Socomec UPS explains, an RS485 bus is defined by the standard EIA-TIA-485-A and the TSB-89-A application guidelines. A RS485 transceiver is from a standard point of view connected through three points on the network.
Sensing and/or controlling current flow is a fundamental requirement in many electronics systems, and the techniques to do so are as diverse as the applications themselves. This application note compiles solutions to current sensing problems and organises the solutions by general application type. These circuits have been culled from a variety of Linear Technology documents.
This paper from Omniflex evaluates the suitability of 21st-century technology for the improvement of performance and efficiency of impressed current cathodic protection (CP) systems and explores the opportunities that these technologies present. Current issues such as energy efficiency, servicing costs and obsolescence are analysed to identify the real benefits that may be achieved with these technologies.
Occasionally, Linear Technology is tasked with designing circuitry for a specific purpose. A group of these circuits is presented in this application note.
When power is tight, which display technology gives you the longest battery life? As this white paper explains, handheld and other battery-powered products do not have the luxury of infinite amounts of power at their disposal. Compared with mains-powered and permanently installed applications they are required to be lightweight, compact in size and, most importantly, have low power consumption in order to be usable and acceptable to consumers.