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2008-12-22
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Microstar Laboratories' MSXB 086 signal interface module monitors up to 16 current loops, providing data for real-time processing or later analysis.
2008-12-22
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The series 660 embeddable accelerometers from IMI Sensors are suitable for continuous shock and vibration monitoring in high-volume and commercial OEM applications.
2008-12-22
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Perspective EVS, developed by Max-Viz for Cirrus Design Corp., is a multisensor system that blends visible light with traditional infrared imagery.
2008-12-22
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Schreiner ProTech features a laser sealing technology-based manufacturing process for airbag wraps that offers reliability and cost efficiency.
2008-12-22
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The European Parliament on Dec. 17 settled on binding long-range targets for climate impact and energy consumption. All industries are expected to contribute to achievement of year-2020 targets in three main areas.
2008-12-22
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General Motors Corp. aims to begin production of the engine for the Chevrolet Volt as scheduled in late 2010, but for now it is slowing construction of the plant where the 1.4-L four-cylinder will be built.
2008-12-22
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PSA Peugeot Citroën and energy company Electricité de France (EDF) have formed a collaborative partnership to support the development and marketing of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids.
2008-12-22
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The city of Burbank, CA, has been selected as a national test market for Proterra LLC's HFC35 plug-in/fuel-cell composite-body bus, with trials slated to begin in spring 2009. The bus—which employs fuel cells developed by Hydrogenics Corp., fast-charge (full recharge in 6 min) batteries by Altairnano, and an electric propulsion system by UQM—can travel 250 mi (400 km) before recharging and offers double the fuel economy of a bus powered by a diesel engine, according to the city.
2008-12-22
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Laser Research Optics' CO2 Laser Engraver Lenses and Mirrors are mounted and ready to install into laser engraving systems including those from Epilog, Vytek, and Universal.
2008-12-22
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Ashcroft Type B700 explosion-proof pressure switches can be configured for harsh pressure media and demanding operating environments.
2008-12-22
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Heyco Products' RDD Pigtail Lockit Strain Relief Bushings protect the lifeline of electric/electronic products by absorbing forces of pull, push, twist, and flex.
2008-12-22
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Trinity MKJ miniature circular connectors from ITT Interconnect Solutions have similar electrical and mechanical characteristics to larger, heavier MIL-DTL-38999 connectors, yet they are up to 71% lighter and 52% smaller than comparable devices.
2008-12-22
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The AstraLED RGB (red, green, and blue) from Lumex is suitable for a wide variety of automotive applications that require bright, intense light with low power consumption.
2008-12-22
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Abaqus 6.8 Extended Functionality from Simulia is an FEA tool that enables engineers to lower costs and reduce cycle times via realistic simulation of products, materials, and process behaviors. Enhancements include new and improved capabilities in general contact; the modeling of spot welds, fasteners, and elastomeric foams; and computational performance.
2008-12-22
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Aurora Bearing Co.'s PTFE-lined large-bore bearings feature a woven fabric composite PTFE liner, a chrome-plated ball, and a wiper seal on each ball/race interface.
2008-12-19
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Revolve Technologies, formerly Roush Technologies of the U.K., has developed a hydrogen bi-fuel conversion system for gasoline engines. The company recently displayed its demonstration vehicle based on a Ford Transit cargo van powered by the 2.3-L four-cylinder gasoline engine available as an option with Transit models sold in Europe.
2008-12-19
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The Car 2 Car Communication Consortium staged its first practical demonstration of the system’s capabilities in trials at the Opel test track at Dudenhofen, near Frankfurt in Germany. The European consortium, a collaboration between OEMs and open to suppliers and research organizations, aims to promote safety systems through vehicle-to-vehicle communications.
2008-12-19
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A consortium to develop a retrofit hybrid-electric drive system for light commercial vehicles has been formed in the U.K. between Cranfield University and the European Advanced Lead Acid Battery Consortium, with assistance from Provector, Oxford University, and Millbrook Proving Ground.
2008-12-19
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Mercedes-Benz claims fuel cost reductions of up to 60% for its concept Econic natural-gas hybrid garbage truck and reduced diesel consumption of up to 30% for the Econic diesel hybrid garbage truck. Volvo Trucks is set to deliver four hybrid garbage trucks to garbage-handling company Veolia Propreté. The vehicles are to begin trials in London and Paris in fall 2009.
2008-12-19
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A proposal for a new city bus for London, England, is the basis for a new vehicle designed to carry both passengers and freight for urban collection and distribution. The objective is to exploit periods when demand for passenger transportation is reduced, with a vehicle that can be adapted to carry both freight and passengers.
2008-12-19
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Combining an efficient product development process, new engineering tools, and careful choices on options to reduce complexity made for a smooth program for the 2009 Ram.
2008-12-18
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The MLX770 two-way datalink transceiver from Avidyne Corp. enhances safety for general aviation pilots around the world using WSI InFlight Weather via the Iridium Satellite Network.
2008-12-18
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TransDigm Group Inc. has acquired the stock of Aircraft Parts Corp. (APC) from Unison Industries LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of GE Aviation. APC designs and manufactures starter generators, generator control units, and related components for turbine engines.
2008-12-18
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The World Trade Organization on Dec. 15 denied an appeal by China regarding that country's imposition of what the U.S. and certain other countries consider illegal tariffs on imported auto parts, according to the Office of the U.S.
2008-12-18
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When production will begin at a new U.S. plant for Toyota's Prius hybrid-electric vehicle is up in the air. Citing an ailing auto market, the company issued a statement Dec. 15 saying it is suspending certain activities related to getting the Blue Springs, MS, plant up and running.
2008-12-17
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Daimler AG has acquired a 49.9% stake in Evonik Industries AG's Li-Tec subsidiary to advance Evonik's lithium-ion battery technology. The German companies are seeking a third partner with expertise in electical and electronic systems integration.
2008-12-15
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Kits contain clutch driven discs with enhanced damping features to provide satisfactory damping with matched-design solid flywheels.
2008-12-15
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Capable of handling large engine parts and new material types, Bekaert’s diamond-like carbon coating machine is used in both the automotive and racing industries.
2008-12-15
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California has adopted a sweeping set of measures, including some targeting the automotive industry, to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases emitted in the state to 1990 levels. CARB (California Air Resources Board) will promulgate the target-setting measures into specific regulations over the next two years.
2008-12-15
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The EPA recently approved rules that require heavy-duty trucks over 14,000 lb to be equipped with an onboard diagnostic system. The rule applies to trucks with a gasoline or diesel engine. Trucks under 14,000 lb already are under EPA mandate.
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