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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.
CEDRAT TECHNOLOGIES has developed the SA75 switching amplifier range in partnership with G2ELab. The SA75D model is described as the most powerful amplifier on the market for piezo actuators and is designed for applications that demand reactive power (anti-vibration, fast actuation, vibration generation and so on), such as aeronautics, machine tools and large instruments.
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The Megger DET2/2 auto earth tester is a robust compact instrument designed for measuring earth electrode resistance and soil resistivity.
Lechwerke was looking for a suitable on-site calibration procedure for the 20kV voltage testing and monitoring systems it employs. It decided to use OMICRON’s multifunctional CPC 100 + CP TD1 primary testing system.
This data sheet presents the features and specifications of Opto Diode’s ODD-1WB 1mm² photodiode, which is available from AP Technologies.
The DRE240 A/C DIN rail-mountable series power supply from Relec Electronics has a high efficiency of 93 per cent, built-in active PFC and 150 per cent peak load capability.
The DCM340 digital clampmeter is suitable for use in the installation, maintenance, monitoring or checking of AC or DC electrical systems and equipment.
Amprion in Germany, which operates a transmission grid, aimed to reduce protection setting tolerances to a minimum based on measurements taken with OMICRON’s CPC 100 + CP CU1 system.
The Chinfa Electronics FDD15 series DC/DC converter, which is available from Relec Electronics, offers numerous features and benefits.
The Opto Diode UVG100 100mm2 photodiode from AP Technologies is said to be ideal for 193-400nm detection.
As transportation continues to develop, the responsibility grows to use modern technology intelligently. Weidmuller offers two interface concepts for power distribution.
This brochure from Weidmuller explains how the company provides a broad range of cable types and cross-sections, as well as offering support for professional stripping.
This application note from Linear Technology describes a number of enhancement circuit techniques used with existing three-terminal regulators that extend current capability, limit power dissipation and more.
This technical article from Linear Technology presents analogue-to-digital conversion circuits that directly digitise low-level transducer outputs, without DC pre-amplification. It also covers circuits that operate with thermocouples, strain gauges, humidity sensors, level transducers and other sensors.
Apart from its originally intended purpose for strain measurement, the metallic resistance strain gauge is extremely commonplace in transducer applications. Its low cost, high accuracy and ease of application make it an ideal transduction element and it is widely used in pressure, load, force, torque and displacement transducers. However, this article in Sherborne Sensors’ ‘Mike Might Know’ series focuses on semiconductor strain sensors.
There have been several breaches of security at high-profile institutions in recent times, and almost every day brings a new story of how a building has been compromised and critical data or hardware destroyed or stolen. Data centre operators have long understood the need for physical access control on server cabinets. There are many ways of securing data centres, and many solutions have evolved over time to address access control at doors and server cabinets.
Proper PCB layout at the early stage of a switching supply design is critical. Its importance cannot be overstated.
According to Linear Technology’s Jim Williams and Guy Hoover, the ability to faithfully digitise a sine wave is a sensitive test of high-resolution A?D converter fidelity. This test requires a sine-wave generator with residual distortion products approaching one part-per-million. Additionally, a computer-based A?D output monitor is necessary to read and display converter output spectral components.
This article from Fullbrook Systems describes how photometry and the use of fibre-optic technology can be applied to the scale-up and continuous flow technology in the specialist fine chemicals industry. This discussion focuses on mature and commercially available technologies that can be applied across a broad spectrum of industries and applications.
Digital systems, particularly microprocessors, furnish transient loads in the 100A range that a voltage regulator must service. Ideally, regulator output is invariant during a load transient. In practice, some variation is encountered and becomes problematic if allowable operating voltage tolerances are exceeded; 100A load steps exacerbate this issue. To meet this need, a closed-loop, 500kHz-bandwidth, linearly responding, 100A-capacity active load is used.