Archive for January, 2009

MarVac Produces Capabilities Video

Friday, January 30th, 2009

Marsh Electronics value added division known as MarVac has added a video of current capabilities for customers to take a look at.  The video entails a short presentation of actual samples of products, along with procedures and equipment.  MarVac can provide product modification and assembly services to further reduce your supplier base, simplify your production requirements, and enable seamless delivery of product on time.

Some of the capabilities that you will see throughout the video include

  • Wire Processing
  • Flat Ribbon Cables
  • Special Packaging
  • Kitting
  • Soldering
  • Pin Pulling
  • Spooling Assembly
  • DIN Rail Assembly
  • Rack/Cabinet Assembly
  • With MarVac, you don’t have to adapt to a pre-existing format, we adapt the program to suit you.  For any samples of MarVac products feel free to contact your sales representative.

    Another wirewound product is added to Stackpole’s extensive wirewound offering…

    Tuesday, January 27th, 2009

    STACKPOLE ELECTRONICS, INC. ANNOUNCES THE RELEASE OF THE BVM SERIES OF BRACKETED VERTICAL MOUNT WIREWOUNDS RALEIGH, NC(January 27, 2009) – Stackpole Electronics, Inc. today announced the release of the BVM Series of bracketed vertical mount ceramic housed wirewounds.  The part is a standard ceramic housed part stood on end with a bracket attached to the outside of the case which also serves as one of the attachment leads.  This product is very popular in many types of higher power supplies that require minimal board space usage and a robust mounting method, which are common requirements for industrial power and control applications. The BVM Series is an extension of the Stackpole’s popular VM Series and is available in sizes from 5 watts up to 25 watts.  Tolerances of 1% and 5% are standard, TCR for the series is +/- 300 ppm, and the use of a metal oxide resistance element allows the BVM Series to achieve values up to 50K.  This extremely robust series is 100% RoHS compliant and has an operating temperature range up to 275C.  Finally, the BVM Series also offers a non-inductively wound version for resistance values less than 50 ohms, and is denoted by the part number NBVM. The new BVM Series is available in standard bulk packaging.  Standard minimum package quantities vary with size and range from 500 pieces to 1500 pieces.  Pricing varies with size, tolerance, and resistance value.

    Marsh Offers New CIT Relay & Switch J151 Series RoHS Compliant Relay offers up to 20Amp

    Tuesday, January 13th, 2009

    Minneapolis, Minnesota – The UL / CUL recognized J151 Series offered by CIT Relay & Switch offers ratings up to 20A at 277VAC, 28VDC and ½ HP at 125VAC. Coil voltage options range from 6VDC to 220VDC and 6VAC to 240VAC. Contact arrangements range from single pole single throw up to four pole double throw.  Offering termination options of PCB terminals, solder lugs / plug-in and solder lug / plug-in with panel mount flange. Other options include optional LED indicator, gold contacts, and push-to-test button. Specifications: Tested electrical life of the J151 Series is 100k cycles with mechanical life of 20M cycles for 1 and 2 pole typically and 10M cycles for 3 and 4 pole. The dielectric strength is 1500Vrms minimum coil to contact and contact to contact. Insulation resistance is >100MW minimum at 500VDC. Shock resistance is 100m/s2 for 11 ms. Terminal strength is 10N. Operating is -40°C to 85°C with storage temperature of -40°C to 155°C. Solderability is 260°C for 5s. Weight: 2C: 40g; 3C: 50g; 4C: 60g. 

    The J151 Series relay applications include a variety of automotive, HVAC, security, motor control, instrumentation, test equipment, industrial appliances and elevator applications.

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