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E-SWITCH Introduces the LP37 Series Illuminated Pushbutton Switch

Sunday, May 2nd, 2010

E-Switch announces the launch of their latest illuminated pushbutton switch, the LP37 series. The LP37 series illuminated switch features a right angle, surface mount design with long travel. LED colors of red, green and yellow are available. Specifications include: Mechanical Life: 30,000 cycles Force: 250 +/- 100 grams Travel: Full: 5.1 +/- 0.5mm; Switching: 2.95…


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Stackpole Electronics’ Sulfur-Resistant Resistor Chip Provides Stability, Long-Term Reliability in Industrial Applications

Sunday, May 2nd, 2010

RALEIGH, NC (March 3, 2010) – Providing a high-power, low-cost alternative to thick film resistive technology, Stackpole Electronics’ RNCP Series thin film chip resistors insure high accuracy with a low TCR (temperature coefficient of resistance).  Offering twice the power rating compared to standard thick film technology, the RNCP Series devices feature high tolerance to harsh…


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Song Chuan Relays for Tyco VH or VJ Replacements

Saturday, May 1st, 2010

Looking for a replacement to Tyco VH or VJ style automotive relays, Song Chuan has your relay.  Tyco has announced that they will no longer support the VH or VJ style relays through Tyco or Bosch.  The Song Chuan 301 series and 898H series offer direct replacements for the VH and VJ series. Marsh Electronics…


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PUI Audio Announces a New Type of Speaker

Sunday, February 28th, 2010

PUI Audio announces a new type of speaker that reproduces sound, voice or music and itʼs only 1mm deep. This new multi-layered piezo speaker is available in two different types; one is frame mounted for use in open air applications and one with double-sided tape that is used for flat panel mounting. Both types offer…


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BI Technologies Develops Thin Film Resistor Networks in Small Outline, Leadless Packages

Monday, May 18th, 2009

Networks packaged in one of the industry’s smallest PCB footprints per lead count… LAS VEGAS, NV (May 12, 2009) – Providing design engineers with a significant amount of PC board space savings, TT electronics BI Technologies has developed a new series of thin film resistor networks. Designated the SFN Series, the networks are housed in…


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BI Technologies’ Ferrite Cube Inductor Deployed in Computer Power Applications

Monday, May 18th, 2009

High-current, low-loss power inductor operates at frequencies to 1MHz… LAS VEGAS, NV (May 12, 2009) — Providing design engineers with a robust, cost-effective through-hole device that requires minimal board space, TT electronics BI Technologies has extended its family of high-current, low-loss power inductors.  The new HM58 Series inductor features a heavy-gauge coil wire and exhibits…


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Power Integrations Introduces an Efficiency Compliance Calculator

Wednesday, May 13th, 2009

Are you tired of having to consult multiple sources when checking the efficiency compliance of your EPS designs? If so, check out PI’s new External Power Supply Efficiency Compliance Calculator. Simply enter your data into the calculator and see if it complies with current world-wide energy efficiency regulations.


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Miniature Push Button Switches now have Higher Rating

Monday, April 20th, 2009

Arcolectric’s 8200 & 8300 Miniature Push Button switch ranges now have higher current ratings. Both ranges have been re-assessed for ENEC approval to 12(12)A 250Vac at 105°C for 10,000 operations. The extensive 8300 range is available with either illuminated or nonilluminated buttons, in single or double pole with momentary or latching switch action. There are…


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Stackpole Electronic’s Explains Pulse and High Voltage Power Requirements

Thursday, April 9th, 2009

Pulse power requirements usually stem from power electronics turning on or off, or from electric motor start / stop.  The pulses are generally much longer in duration than the usual high voltage pulses and as a result, a robust resistive element technology, little or no calibration trimming, and larger resistive element mass are desirable.  For…


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The National Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

Marsh Electronics will once again be exhibiting at the Wire Processing Expo May 20th and 21st.  The show will be held at the Midwest Center in downtown Milwaukee.  Stop by and visit Marsh in booth number 1603.  The National Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo features new products and services for electronic cable assemblies, cord sets,…


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