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Tiny Wire-Wound Chip Inductors for IC Input Power Circuits are said to be World's smallest

Tiny Wire-Wound Chip Inductors for IC Input Power Circuits are said to be World's smallest
TAIYO YUDEN has announced that its LBMF1608 series wire-wound chip inductors are now being produced at the rate of 10 million units per month. As the first-ever device to achieve a 47µH inductance rating in 0603 case size (1.6 x 0.8 x 0.8mm), the LBMF1608 is 33% smaller by volume than equivalent-rated 0805 inductors typically used in the IC input power circuits of cell phones, PDAs, still/video cameras and other mobile digital equipment.
12th June 2006

RoHS Compliant Low Profile Push Button TACT Switch

RoHS Compliant Low Profile Push Button TACT Switch
knitter-switch has announced the introduction of its TSS 309 push-button tact switch. This space-saving surface mounted switch measures 3.8 x 6.0mm and is just 1.7mm high. For secure mounting and good electrical contact, a single J-lead terminal is provided which ensures maximum solder on the joint and aids visual inspection. Where required, versions are also available with flat solder terminals.
12th June 2006

DuplineSafe(TM) modules add safety-critical systems to fieldbus applications

DuplineSafe(TM) modules add safety-critical systems to fieldbus applications
New Carlo Gavazzi DuplineSafe(TM) bus transmitters and relays allow customers to leverage investment in the Dupline fieldbus system to monitor safety-critical emergency-stop switches. Major benefits of using the Dupline fieldbus for safety monitoring include reduced wiring while meeting international safety standards, and enhanced diagnostics to trace faults quickly and maximise uptime.
5th June 2006


Phase-monitoring relay prevents motor burnout

Phase-monitoring relay  prevents motor burnout
Finder has introduced the 72.31 three-phase monitoring relay, which is used for detecting a loss of phase or incorrect phase rotation when using three-phase supplies. This compact relay is ideally suited for the protection of motors in plant and machinery, and helps to satisfy the mandatory requirement of ensuring the correct rotation of motors in transportable equipment.
3rd June 2006

Very small photo-IC output couplers

Very small photo-IC output couplers
Toshiba Electronics Europe has expanded its TLP7xx family of photocouplers with three new devices that provide totem pole outputs. Supplied in SDIP packaging – making them 50% smaller than previous devices - the new photocouplers are suitable for a variety of applications including CAN bus interfaces, high speed data transfer, and intelligent power module signal isolation.
30th May 2006

3.3V Optocoupler from Avago is Industry's Fastest

3.3V Optocoupler from Avago is Industry's Fastest
Avago Technologies has just introduced what is said to be the industry's fastest 3.3 V/5 V CMOS-compatible optocoupler, capable of transmitting data at 25 megabaud (MBd). This speed makes it ideal for high-speed, data-line transmission applications, such as those in industrial networking, including PROFIBUS and DeviceNet.
29th May 2006

RoHS compliant right-angle Tact switch

RoHS compliant right-angle Tact switch
knitter-switch announces a new right-angle tact switch series designed for a wide variety of applications where a reliable, low cost switch is required. The series TSSE 6xx-RA is washable to IP46 and features a lifetime of 500,000 cycles. It is RoHS compliant and leadfree solderable to 255ºC ±5ºC for a maximum of 10s.
23rd May 2006

Surge Arrestors Offer Ultra Low Capacitance for xDSL Applications

STMicroelectronics has introduced a range of surge arrestors designed to protect ADSL/VDSL modems and similar high bit-rate communications equipment on the CPE (Customer Premises Equipment) side.
18th May 2006

Device Offers Low Capacitance for HDMI Enabled Products

Device Offers Low Capacitance for HDMI Enabled Products
Semtech has announced the RClamp0544M, a four-line protection device with the low capacitance and high protection levels necessary for high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI) and digital visual interface (DVI) enabled products.
15th May 2006

New Force operated joystick

Aerco has announced the Model 462 compact, two-axis, force operated joystick control from Ultra MSI. Because of its small size and low weight, it is ideal for systems that require precise control and where space is limited.
10th May 2006


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