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2009-06-23
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Electronic devices of the future could be smaller, faster, more powerful, and consume less energy because of a discovery by researchers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Published in Science, the key to the finding involves a method to measure intrinsic conducting properties of ferroelectric materials, which for decades have held tremendous promise but have eluded experimental proof.
2009-06-22
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For high-resolution measurement of position, speed, and velocity, Baumer's MHXX Series hollow-shaft, large-bore, magnetic rotary encoders contain no bearings, so measurement is contact-free and components do not wear.
2009-06-22
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The portable InfraCal biodiesel blend analyzer from Wilks Enterprise permits accurate blend ratio measurements in under a minute to help with biofuel percentages.
2009-06-22
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Tracer Products' TP-3400 Dye-Lite all-in-one full-spectrum fluorescent dye pinpoints leaks in all oil and oil-based fluid systems.
2009-06-22
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The Schwingmetall L-series hydromount from ContiTech is derived from a hydraulic engine mount with two working chambers.
2009-06-22
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With 1000 lumen output, the Model 735 high-output LED work lamp from J. W. Speaker delivers more than twice the light of the previous generation with improved white light brightness and no bulb.
2009-06-22
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The BODAS RC36-20 controller from Rexroth uses 32-bit TriCore technology to improve electronic control performance and efficiency on mobile hydraulic equipment.
2009-06-22
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Elektrobit (EB), a leading supplier of embedded software and hardware solutions for the automotive and wireless industries, and Audi Electronics Venture (AEV), a 100% subsidiary of Audi AG, are launching a joint venture July 1 that will concentrate on the development of a software framework for in-vehicle infotainment systems.
2009-06-18
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Composite parts in the fuselage, wings, radomes, tail assemblies, and other areas of airplanes or helicopters pose new challenges that apply to the whole product life cycle. Due to the often complex internal structure of the materials, it is important to monitor the formation of correct bond lines between the individual layers during production.
2009-06-18
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Computer radiography (CR) offers benefits over X-raying as a method of nondestructive testing in the aerospace industry. CR does away with environmentally harmful or even toxic chemicals needed to develop the film and offers a better level of information.
2009-06-18
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The 4256 Series torque motor from Sonceboz is a brushless rotary actuator designed for medium- and heavy-duty applications.
2009-06-18
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Engineered without bearings, electric contacts, or diaphragms that could show fatigue or wear out, Facet/Purolator’s cube solid-state self-priming and self-regulating fuel pumps deliver quality performance and last up to five times longer than many competitive electronic fuel pumps.
2009-06-18
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The Series 1600 diesel engines from MTU extend its engine program in the lower power output range from 270 to 730 kW.
2009-06-18
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Cummins’ four-cylinder QSB3.3 and QSB4.5 engines will meet EU Stage IIIB and U.S. EPA Tier 4 Interim off-highway emissions in 2012 across a 75- to 160-hp (56- to 119-kW) power range.
2009-06-18
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Horton’s VMaster and Stratis Di Viscous fan drive and controller systems provide customers the flexibility of variable speed along with optimal engine cooling, reduced fuel consumption, decreased noise, and more available horsepower for auxiliary components.
2009-06-17
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The EZ Trac hydraulic driven axle system from Tuthill Drive Systems, designed for heavy-duty applications, is lightweight and produces an estimated 10% fuel savings vs. mechanical drive systems.
2009-06-17
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Elobau Sensor Technology’s 175D miniature thumbwheel is an illuminated device based on Hall-effect technology that can be incorporated in the knob of a joystick, a multifunctional handle for a shifter, or a control panel.
2009-06-17
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NorthStar harsh-duty shaftless encoders from Dynapar remove coupling and sealing issues that can occur with rotary position sensors; their magnetic coupling technology eliminates shaft, bearings, and seals that are prone to wear and failure.
2009-06-17
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Seven new Arcusaflex flywheel coupling sizes by Reich Kupplungen are available from Ringfeder for larger engine applications.
2009-06-17
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C&K Components offers the AP and HP Series of sealed push-button switches, both featuring extended life cycles to 1 and 10 million actuations, respectively.
2009-06-17
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A 12-V release extends the product line of Truck-Lite’s 7-in (178-mm) round See & Be Seen LED headlamps.
2009-06-17
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Trelleborg Sealing Solutions offers a range of mechanical face seals that withstand wear and prevent ingress of abrasive media for rotating applications in harsh environments.
2009-06-17
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Grammer offers the MSG75G/522 and the MSG65/521 premium seats for compact construction machinery, forklifts, and landscaping equipment.
2009-06-16
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AGCO’s e3 clean air technology, featured in the firm’s tractors, incorporates selective catalytic reduction technology for reduced emissions of NOx and particulate matter.
2009-06-16
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A concept transmission in the evaluation phase, the Spicer TE-15HX from Dana Holding is an electric parallel hybrid featuring a dual-power-path transmission control system.
2009-06-16
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In response to the increased demands on torsional couplings in the construction equipment market, Voith Turbo has introduced the coupling type BR 350 for flanged construction machine gearboxes.
2009-06-16
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Bergstrom and Kohler Power Systems are offering the trucking market a hybrid power system that combines the Bergstrom NITE Plus System with the Kohler dc power unit.
2009-06-16
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Trombetta-Tympanium’s S500-B100 Series Diesel Pre-Heat Module is a temperature-dependent preheat module that provides optimum control of diesel engine glow plugs and air intake heating elements.
2009-06-16
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The 3D Series CAN bus Display and the 3J Series Vehicle Display Controller from Grayhill provide a complete human-machine interface.
2009-06-16
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Sherborne Sensors’ Series T233/5 gravity-referenced servo inclinometers are compact, dual-axis devices designed for use in aggressive military, commercial, and industrial applications where a high level of accuracy and resolution is required.
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