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Stereolithography-based 3D printer makes distribution bow

Stereolithography-based 3D printer makes distribution bow
The latest rapid protoyping 3D printer added to the RS Components portfolio is the production-quality micro-SLA ProJet 1200 from 3D Systems. The printer is the first product in the RS 3D printer range to use stereolithography (SLA) technology, which delivers a smoother finish and builds layers that are less visible compared to alternative low-cost 3D printer technologies such as Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF).
23rd October 2014

Now hear this! Acoustic specialist signs Rutronik deal

Now hear this! Acoustic specialist signs Rutronik deal
To raise its profile and increase sales in Europe, Kingstate Electronics has signed a distribution agreement with Rutronik. The entire Kingstate product line, including piezo and magnetic buzzers, sirens, SMD and micro speakers, dynamic receivers as well as electret condenser microphones is available from the distributor.
23rd October 2014

Ginsbury, Toradex tie up partnership agreement

A partnership agreement has been signed between displays specialist Ginsbury and Toradex, a Swiss based embedded computing solutions supplier, to support and supply Toradex's extensive range of embedded computer modules. Toradex also offers a range of customised SBCs with different performance levels, integrated features and price points.
23rd October 2014


RS Components raises Rosenberger global profile

RS Components raises Rosenberger global profile
Connector supplier Rosenberger is changing its global sales strategy to incorporate distribution and it has signed RS Components to be in the vanguard of this new approach. Previously Rosenberger supplied its products directly to customers. The alliance with RS and Allied Electronics, its sister company in north America, is intended to enhance accessibility to the Rosenberger portfolio by making a vast range of their components available to purchase via the RS and Allied websites.
22nd October 2014

Panel PCs feature wide operating temperature range

Panel PCs feature wide operating temperature range
Amplicon has been listening to customer feedback and requirements and applied the comments to the development of a new series of wide operating temperature panel PCs. The Senses 5300 panel PCs come with three display size options: 10in, 12in & 15in, being versatile and adaptive for up to 99% of SCADA/HMI applications.
22nd October 2014

Altium & Aras in next-gen ECAD/MCAD collaboration

  Altium has announced a partnership with Aras, to provide advanced Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) capabilities to ECAD design teams.
22nd October 2014

Understanding converter specifications: bandwidth first

Understanding converter specifications: bandwidth first
When starting a new design, the first parameter that must be chosen is bandwidth. Three types of front ends can be used, depending on the application: baseband, bandpass (or super-Nyquist or narrowband) and wideband, as shown in the figure (left). By Rob Reeder, Senior System Application Engineer, Analog Devices.
22nd October 2014

Xbox technology rehabilitates stroke patients

Xbox technology rehabilitates stroke patients
For the first time, stroke patients are being rehabilitated at home with the help of videogame technology from Microsoft. Professor Philip Breedon, Professor of Smart Technologies, Nottingham Trent University, has used the Xbox Kinect, a gaming device which senses movement and voice commands, to help patients with facial palsy.
22nd October 2014

Flexible photodiode process delivers high efficiency

Flexible photodiode process delivers high efficiency
PREMA Semiconductor develops silicon photodiodes with adapted spectral sensitivities. While light with short wavelengths is absorbed by the initial microns, the penetration depth for light with longer wavelengths varies a lot. Therefore, the spectral sensitivity of photodiodes can individually be adapted by the position of the pn‑junction.
21st October 2014

Altium signs on as a three year sponsor of ACTION

Altium has signed on as a three year sponsor of ACTION (Association of Cleantech Incubators of New England). Access to the company’s PCB design software, Altium Designer, will be provided to the ACTION community as part of the agreement. To facilitate design reuse and more efficient electronics design, the software provides improved support and features.
21st October 2014


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