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2008-11-15
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Saelig's PoKeys55T USB board combines standard keyboard and joystick simulation but does not require complex programming knowledge.
2008-11-15
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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) on Nov. 5 revealed details of the rules it will use in disbursing federal loans to automakers and component makers. To be considered for the first round of loans from the Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing Incentive Program and its $25 billion pot, companies must apply by Dec. 31.
2008-11-15
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The DM2E Series double valves from Ross Controls feature dynamic monitoring and memory for Category 4 machine safeguarding applications.
2008-11-15
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The PowerWise LMH6553 from National Semiconductor is a fully differential amplifier that includes a programmable output-limiting clamp for protecting analog-to-digital converters and other downstream circuitry from over-voltage events.
2008-11-15
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Midtronics’ EL-49642 service programming system (SPS) programming support tool provides voltage control and clean power, eliminating potential fluctuations and spiking, or a loss of voltage that could interrupt SPS programming events and cause a controller to lock up.
2008-11-15
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The 375 Lee Bender Jet is a low-Lohm, multiple-orifice restrictor designed for systems with high flow rates and large pressure drops.
2008-11-15
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Kavlico offers a robust differential sensor for use with after-treatment systems to monitor particulate matter in diesel engine exhaust.
2008-11-15
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Interlaken Technology’s warm forming press system offers the capability to develop new ways to form aluminum, magnesium, and steel panels into shapes that could improve design capabilities and reduce the weight of vehicles, improving fuel efficiency.
2008-11-15
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PoreSeal resins from IMPCO are formulated for the sponge-like attributes of powder-metal (P/M) porosity.
2008-11-13
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Hermetic Switch's magnets, which range from tiny button to larger rare earth magnets, are made of such materials as cast nickel alloys, ceramics, and neodymium.
2008-11-13
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Germany's Hella KGaA Hueck & Co. recently opened its first electronics manufacturing plant in Mexico. Located about 155 mi (250 km) north of Mexico City in San Jose Iturbide, the 275,000-ft² (26,000-m²) plant will employ more than 100 people.
2008-11-13
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The TFF400 Reaction Torque Sensor from FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology features a USB digital interface with 16-bit resolution.
2008-11-13
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Electro Standards Laboratories features Pathway Models 7340, 7340A, and 7340B RJ45 Cat 5e on- and off-line switches, each with the capability of connecting two separate devices through ports A and B.
2008-11-13
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A recently approved amendment to a European Commission (EC) directive mandates the fitment of daytime running lamps to all types of motor vehicles in the European Union, according to InterRegs. The directive, 2008/89/EC, requires that from Feb. 7, 2011, all new types of passenger cars, multipurpose passenger vehicles, and goods vehicles with a GVW not exceeding 3500 kg be fitted with daytime running lamps.
2008-11-13
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Power MOSFETs from Diodes Inc.'s Diodes and Zetex product lines include 27 30-V logic-level and nine 20-V low-threshold N, P, and complementary devices.
2008-11-13
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Dynaglide films and tapes from DeWAL Industries consist of PTFE compounded with a direct coat acrylic or silicone pressure-sensitive adhesive and are suited for applications where tight tolerance and detailed quality are key.
2008-11-13
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Crystek's CVCO55CC-3901-4101 VCO operates from 3901 to 4101 MHz with a control voltage range of 0.1-16 V.
2008-11-13
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The Cognex Checker 252 vision sensor offers expanded inspection capabilities.
2008-11-13
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Cantec Systems’ Can-Crank 12- and 24-V EDLC (electrochemical dual layer capacitor) super capacitors are available in several sizes for assisting all engine starting needs.
2008-11-12
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Ford begins converting three plants, with one being the Michigan truck plant, which will produce C-platform cars in 2010.
2008-11-11
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Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST) offers sensors designed for construction and agricultural equipment vehicle applications, including cabin controls, steering, powertrain, and implement sensing systems, and measure hydraulic fluid and engine oil pressure.
2008-11-11
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A compact 750 x 37 x 7.8 mm (30 x 1.5 x 0.3 in) ruggedized solid state disk (SSD) from Austin Semiconductor supports an embedded, integrated drive electronic, PIO/4 interface and is suitable for harsh environment operation from 0 to 70°C (32 to 158°F).
2008-11-11
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Digital pressure gauges from Ashcroft feature a backlit LCD, selectable engineering units, and min/max recall capability.
2008-11-11
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Adchem Corp.'s 7833-74 and 7834-74 durable transfer tapes consist of 3 and 4 mils, respectively, of a pressure-sensitive acrylic adhesive system, suited for elevated temperature performance to 300ºF.
2008-11-11
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AWR and austriamicrosystems' Open Access Based SiGe Process Design Kit for S35 0.35-µm silicon germanium BiCMOS process technology is optimized for circuits operating up to 10 GHz and beyond.
2008-11-11
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In meeting the need for more efficient electrical power generators for troops in combat, the U.S. Army is working with civilian industrial companies through Small Business Innovation Research grants to reduce fuel consumption and enhance the power density of diesel engines used in field generators.
2008-11-11
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A new honeycomb structure composed of many tiny metallic tubes or channels could enable a new type of noise reduction for quieting aircraft engines, providing relief to both airline passengers and communities near airports. Engineers at the Georgia Tech Research Institute have found that honeycomb-like structures can reduce sound more effectively than conventional methods. The two-year project is sponsored by EADS North America.
2008-11-11
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Antonio Carraro has a history of central-pivoting tractors, but the 10400 allows attachments at each end and an operator's station that turns rather than the machine.
2008-11-10
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With business booming across all product lines and staff and facilities at full capacity, Cessna borrowed a chapter from the makers of large commercial airliners and decided to integrate and assemble co-developed subsystems and supplied parts to create the Columbus.
2008-11-10
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The joint venture between Cub Cadet and Yanmar sees a new diesel in the Volunteer utility vehicle and another option in the small tractor line.
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