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Archive for March, 2009

EAO Offers Brighter Future For Industrial Equipment

Monday, March 30th, 2009

A new style of pushbutton which emits an eye-catching halo-effect glow is now available from EAO, the experts for Human Machine Interfaces. The Series 84 ‘halo illumination’ pushbuttons offer a fresh design for industrial applications. Their high-visibility glow creates a more effective interface that attracts attention to a primary function – for example, an on/off switch. …


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Product Capabilities & Equipment

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

MarVac Products include: • Wire Processing  ◦ Cutting/Stripping/Marking of 6AWG-32AWG Wire Including Multi-Conductor  Crimping – 6AWG-32AWG  ◦ Flat Cable to 64 conductor  ◦ Wire Twisting – 14AWG-32AWG  ◦ Wire types include: Teflon, Silicone, Hypalon, PVC, Automotive/Marine • Cutting Tubing/Sleeving – PVC – Marsh can cut to length and process.  ◦ Heat Shrink  ◦ Fiberglass  ◦…


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MarVac Services Overview

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

Our Valued Added division, known as 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. Marsh MarVac offers comprehensive value added services that can give your business a competitive edge. We specialize in providing solutions based upon the…


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Free Soldering Station: Hakko Soldering Stations, Tools and Accessories Promotes Buy 3 Get 1 Free!

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

2009 is American Hakko Product’s 25th anniversary and they want to celebrate all year long.  Some people look at the current economic conditions and all they can see are the clouds.  Hakko wants to be the silver lining to those clouds by offering a very aggressive promotion. Please view the link for 25 different products…


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Integrating Human-Machine Interface Components

Thursday, March 5th, 2009

By John J. Pannone, Manager, HMI Systems, EAO Switch Corporation, Milford, CT   As technology systems grow more complex, issues of end-product equipment safety, ease of operation and reducing the risk of human error are becoming extremely important. Designers today know that the operational performance, efficiency and safety of a wide range of systems —…


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