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Pulse and Pattern Generators are easy to use

Pulse and Pattern Generators are easy to use
Keithley Instruments has introduced the Series 3400 Pulse/Pattern Generators. They provide superior signal quality and precise control for pulse widths from three nanoseconds to 1000 seconds, as well as a simple, intuitive user interface. Series 3400 pulse and pattern generators are ideal for semiconductor device and material research and characterization, as well as in process integration and advanced materials research applied to such projects as nanotechnology in R&D labs and technology development labs.
25th April 2006

Wireless protocol analyser supports WiMedia UWB and Wireless USB standards

Wireless protocol analyser supports WiMedia UWB and Wireless USB standards
Available in the UK from Computer Solutions, the Ellisys Explorer 300 Wireless USB analyser is said to be the industry's first protocol analyser to support the Certified Wireless USB and WiMedia ultra wideband (UWB) standards with data being taken over the air.
20th April 2006

Aeroflex delivers CDG Stage II C.S0044 interoperability and CDG Stage I C.S0043 signalling conformance test cases

Aeroflex has completed the delivery of its CDG Stage II C.S0044 interoperability and CDG Stage I C.S0043 signalling conformance test cases. Both test suites are available on Aeroflex’s CDMA AIME network emulation platform.
18th April 2006


Analyser adds Modbus over serial line protocol

Analyser adds Modbus over serial line protocol
New Forest Electronics has upgraded its model SDA-02 handheld serial data analyser to handle the “Modbus over Serial Line” protocol. (The Modbus protocol is popular in Industrial communications, often being used over RS485/422 links).
13th April 2006

Contactless rotary sensor with a virtually limitless sensor life

Contactless rotary sensor with a virtually limitless sensor life
Penny + Giles, has launched its largest contactless rotary position sensor, the SRH880. It features a rugged aluminium or corrosion resistant stainless steel housing for use in harsh environments and is fully submersible and can operate at a depth of up to two meters.
13th April 2006

Measured Approach To Manufacturing Test at Nepcon

Measured Approach To Manufacturing Test at Nepcon
Aspen Electronics, the Ruislip-based distributor of test equipment, power supplies and specialist RF and Microwave devices, is exhibiting for the first time at Nepcon Electronics this year. The company is showing a range of instruments ideally suited to electronics production and test applications, including power supplies and oscilloscopes.
6th April 2006

PIR movement detectors control interior and exterior lighting installations

PIR movement detectors control interior and exterior lighting installations
The 18 Series of PIR movement detectors from Finder has been extended to include a new model that operates outdoors in addition to the existing indoor model. The units detect body heat to control lighting in a range of applications, including energy saving and security.
3rd April 2006

New computer is big on performance and low on price

New computer is big on performance and low on price
Costing less than £200 for minimum quantities, the new EBX format Vega86-6240 from ICOP Technology UK has a range of features which you would normally expect to be be found in a far more expensive computer.
15th March 2006

Remote Monitoring & Diagnostics of Serial Devices

Remote Monitoring & Diagnostics of Serial Devices
LAVA Computer's latest addition supports diagnostics of serial devices such as PLCs, ECRs (Electronic Cash Registers), and other RS-232 equipment. Providing a bi-directional 'pass-through' data route between two serial devices, the LAVA DataTap-IP taps into serial data streams to port this data over IP, and additionally to a remote server, client, or COM port.
8th March 2006

Temp Loggers log data to CompactFlash cards

Temp Loggers log data to CompactFlash cards
Measurement Computing Corporation has announced two new temperature loggers. The USB-5201 logs data from J, K, R, S, T, N, E, & B type thermocouples whereas the USB-5203 logs data from the same thermocouple types, as well as RTDs, thermistors, and semiconductor temperature sensors.
8th March 2006


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