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Video feature: achieve 101dB SNR with the LTC2379-18 videoweblink

Linear TechnologyTue, 7 Jul 2015

In this video, Heemin Yang, design section leader for mixed-signal products at Linear Technology, discusses the company’s highest-performance successive-approximation-register analogue-to-digital converter (SAR ADC), the LTC2379-18. The SAR ADC digitises analogue inputs to 18-bit resolution at 1.6Msps, with no cycle latency, maintaining a 101dB signal-to-noise ratio (SNR).

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Video feature: achieve 101dB SNR with the LTC2379-18 analogue-to-digital converter video

Linear TechnologyTue, 9 Jun 2015

Linear Technology’s LTC2379-18 uses SAR ADC technology, achieving 18-bit performance at 1.6Msps with 101dB SNR. In this video, a designer of the LTC2379-18 demonstrates the performance of the device and shares his insights into the design of this 18-bit ADC.

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Video feature: FLIR C2 pocket-sized thermal camera for building experts videoweblink

Flir Systems — ThermographyThu, 12 Mar 2015

This video focuses on the new FLIR C2 — a portable, pocket-sized thermal-imaging camera that enables users to visualise things they couldn’t before, such as heat loss, where to improve energy efficiency, trouble spots in roofing and pipes behind walls.


Video feature: Druck DPI 611 pressure calibrator from GE Measurement & Control video

GE Measurement & ControlThu, 20 Nov 2014

The Druck DPI 611 from GE Measurement & Control is dedicated to pressure test and calibration and is precision engineered for efficiency and accuracy. 

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Video feature: sculptor and inventor Daniel Chadwick works with maxon motor videoweblink

maxon motorThu, 9 Apr 2015

Sculptor and inventor Daniel Chadwick has worked with maxon motor uk for many years. Watch this short video to find out how, and why, he uses maxon products in his work.

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Video feature: andon lights with manual switch operation videoweblink

Werma UK Tue, 28 Jul 2015

The WIN wireless monitoring system from WERMA can be used in applications where a call-for-action system is required. For example, in an assembly or packaging area, you may have andon lights fitted to the lines to indicate the status of the work being carried out there.


Video feature: introduction to WERMA wireless monitoring systems videoweblink

Werma UK Fri, 17 Jul 2015

This video presents the many benefits of using WERMA’s range of machine and workstation efficiency monitoring systems. For example, they allow users to obtain transparency of their operations. The systems also enable users to monitor and record the status of all machines, equipment or manual workstations on a single screen. WERMA’s technology is claimed to be low cost and easy to install.

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Video feature: Gesipa GAV HF blind rivet system with robot videoweblink

Gesipa Blind Riveting SystemsWed, 22 Jul 2015

This video presents the GAV HF — a fully automatic blind rivet system with robot for very strong blind rivets — from Gesipa Blind Rivet Systems.

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Video feature: Vehicle Repair and Maintenance portal from Henkel videoweblink

Henkel LtdWed, 15 Apr 2015

The Vehicle Repair and Maintenance (VRM) portal from Henkel is the subject of an introductory video for bodyshops and workshops in the automotive aftermarket as well as product distributors. The video can be viewed through the LOCTITE Europe YouTube channel.

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Video feature: WERMA's wireless monitoring system for machines and workstations videoweblink

Werma UK Thu, 28 May 2015

This video provides an introduction to WERMA’s wireless monitoring system for machines and workstations. The machine enables users to keep track of their manufacturing operations. This system will tell users what happened, when and how long for. It allows operators to locate the real bottlenecks that are damaging their productivity. 


Video feature: WIN wireless monitoring kit from WERMA videoweblink

Werma UK Wed, 22 Apr 2015

Want to reduce downtime on your production line or work cell? — Look at Werma’s WIN wireless monitoring kit.

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