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2013-05-09
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Magnetek offers the Enrange CAN-2 receiver to simplify the addition of wireless control to CAN bus-controlled machinery.
2013-05-09
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LOFA Industries’ CP620 durable control panel minimizes operator training and is configurable to most application requirements.
2013-05-09
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KOA Speer Electronics now offers the 0402 1E size in the RN73H line of ultra-precision chip resistors.
2013-05-09
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The Electronics Pliers line from Knipex Tools includes precision electronics gripping pliers, electrician’s mounting pliers, and ESD electronics pliers.
2013-05-09
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Grayhill releases Instinct 2.0 gesture recognition library, a software tool that converts multi-touch sensor data into gestures for 3-D image control.
2013-05-09
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Sealed in-line, RoHS-compliant Mega and Midi fuse holders from GEP Power Products provide an over-molded in-line fusing alternative featuring the Littelfuse Mega and BFI/Midi bolt-down style fuses.
2013-05-09
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Hella adds a robust, high-performance worklamp with the Power Beam 5000.
2013-05-09
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Truck-Lite designed a custom plug-and-play LED headlight to improve visibility and vehicle longevity.
2013-05-09
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W. L. Gore & Associates’ Series AVS 41 (P/N VE2048) vents for powertrain/driveline applications provide continuous airflow to equalize internal pressure, thus improving reliability by reducing vacuum and premature failure of housing seals, according to the company.
2013-05-09
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The company believes that its entry into relatively high-volume electric car production necessitates a totally new design and engineering approach, with the extensive application of industrialized CFRP (carbon fiber reinforced plastic) in a totally new vehicle identity.
2013-05-08
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At an April 2013 NTSB forum on batteries, a Saft representative says the company tests every one of the cells it produces—something not all cell makers can say.
2013-05-08
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Stranded energy refers to the residual charge or stored energy left in a battery after an automobile accident that cannot be directly accessed but still poses a potential shock or fire hazard.
2013-05-07
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Many product development organizations have adopted model-based design to meet emissions regulations while reducing fuel consumption and ownership cost.
2013-05-07
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USCAR group develops small handheld test instrument using a miniature sensor to accurately measure air pressure buildup in electrical connectors.
2013-05-06
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Primera Technology, Inc.’s LP130 Laser Marking System is a high-powered laser-based marking system that produces highly durable labels, tags, and nameplates.
2013-05-06
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Manufacturers are developing powertrain strategies that require higher output from smaller-displacement engines, increasing thermal and mechanical loads.
2013-05-06
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Increased use of EGR and leaner combustion strategies are driving new high-intensity ignition solutions. Federal Mogul's Advanced Corona Ignition System is moving into the advanced-engineering phase at some OEMs with first production applications likely in the 2016-2018 timeframe.
2013-05-06
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No matter how innovative a product is, it must be manufactured efficiently with the highest quality, and be delivered through flexible, efficient supply chains to achieve success.
2013-05-06
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Design teams are challenged to optimize the delivery of complex, yet value-generating software while getting new machines to market as fast as possible.
2013-05-06
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Regulations have sparked the corresponding development of increasingly sophisticated technology to control emissions at prescribed levels.
2013-05-06
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Many believe that systems engineering principles are indeed the solution to electrical and electronic complexity and that companies who fail to embrace this paradigm will fall behind, or worse.
2013-05-06
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Leveraging the mechatronic equivalents of vision, hearing, smell, taste, and touch, autonomous vehicles basically mimic the complex network of physiological sensory input and responses a trained driver, operator, or pilot displays when manning a vehicle.
2013-05-06
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Alcoa recently announced a second major North American expansion to meet the growing demand for light, durable, and recyclable aluminum sheet for automotive production. Alcoa will invest $275 million to expand and convert capacity at its rolling mill in Alcoa, TN.
2013-05-03
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By implementing new advanced safety and automation technologies, a solid management of the ever increasing complexity in electronics is required.
2013-05-03
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The topic of simulation can generate a wide variety of responses depending on who is speaking and their experience with the virtual development environment.
2013-05-03
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Climate control can reduce electric-vehicle range by up to 46% from A/C usage in hot weather and up to 68% from electric heaters in cold temps. Tests of a solar glass windshield at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory show 4% savings in required A/C cooling capacity, providing an up to 1.0 mi (1.6 km) increase in vehicle range.
2013-05-01
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Chinese company BYD (Build Your own Dreams) will begin assembling electric buses "in the coming months" at a vacated recreational-vehicle assembly plant formerly occupied by Rexhall Industries in Lancaster, CA.
2013-05-01
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Phil Zulueta, Chairman of the SAE G-19 Committee, provides an update on committee subcommittee activities.
2013-05-01
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OEMs are also opting for lightweighting and part-reducing solutions to achieve compliance with Tier 4 regulations.
2013-05-01
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An oil refinery product currently used as a component in gasoline and as a petro-chemical feedstock could become a viable future fuel for light-duty passenger vehicles.
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