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igus launches wireless system and more

igus launches wireless system and more
igus reinforced its global position as a leading manufacturer of Energy Chain Systems when it launched numerous new product innovations and extensions at the Hanover show in April. The company revealed it had kept pace with rapid developments in the area of cable-bound chain systems, but also with inductive and wireless data transmission solutions. The key advantages typified by the new product developments included: compact size, easy assembly, higher speeds, lower noise and increased wear resistance.
12th September 2007

Rittal Protect with Stainless Steel

Rittal Protect with Stainless Steel
Enclosures, which are situated in harsh environments, need extra protection against external elements. Rittal’s extensive range of stainless steel enclosures offer a high resistance against contamination and corrosion, are easy to clean and offer superior needs in terms of hygiene.
12th September 2007

EDM Electrode creation

EDM Electrode creation
Creating and using EDM (Electro Discharge Manufacturing) electrodes is considered a painful challenge by most mouldmakers because it is time consuming, slows down mould production and requires precision. Given the option, most toolmakers would rather mill the steel and avoid electrodes altogether. Nevertheless, electrodes are still required for a good portion of mouldmaking jobs with some moulds requiring many electrodes. Parts with narrow ribs and sharp internal corners are good examples for such cases. As a result, mouldmakers are constantly searching for processes and technologies to ease the pain of creating electrodes. Dedicated electrode design and manufacturing software is one such solution. Following are some strategies a mouldmaker can use to make the most out of using electrode design and manufacturing software.
12th September 2007


Power alert devices are an investment in safety

Power alert devices are an investment in safety
A Universal Power Alert (UPA) device gives a clear, visual indication of any residual power within an electrical enclosure, leading to higher levels of safety for operating, service or maintenance personnel. The latest UPA-130 model, now available from Marsh Bellofram Europe Ltd, is a smaller unit which has been designed to be fitted in a standard 30mm diameter panel knockout, while the original UPA-100 fitted a 1.1/4” size conduit knockout.
11th September 2007

New Single Chip, Low Cost, 3 Axis Digital Compass Module

New Single Chip, Low Cost, 3 Axis Digital Compass Module
Inertial Aerosystems announce the availability of a new, low cost, 3 axis digital compass module housed in a 9 x 9 x 1.9mm LCC surface package.
11th September 2007

LEM’s new isolated surface-mount current transducer family operates from single +5V supply

LEM’s new isolated surface-mount current transducer family operates from single +5V supply
LEM has extended its range of current transducer families designed to operate from a single +5V power supply with the introduction of the HMS model. The new unit measures only 16 (L) x 13.5 (W) x 12 (H) mm and integrates a primary conductor. It is directly surface-mounted onto a printed circuit board, reducing manufacturing costs.
10th September 2007

Basler provides new replacement for obsolete overcurrent motor protection relays (IAC66K)

Basler provides new replacement for obsolete overcurrent motor protection relays (IAC66K)
In continuing to provide the protective relay market with the newest innovations for replacement units, Basler Electric is offering a microprocessor-based BE1-50/51B-230 as an exact “plug and play” replacement for the obsolete General Electric 12IAC66K relay. You can obtain additional details on the BE1-50/51B-230 from the Plug-and-Play features flyer - ttp://www.basler.com/downloads/5051B_230 flyer.pdf
10th September 2007

1U high DC/DC bus converters give 1000W of total power

1U high DC/DC bus converters give 1000W of total power
UNIPOWER's TPCMQ24 series DC/DC bus converters convert 24VDC to either 48 or 54.4VDC for a variety of applications including industrial and telecommunications. Output current is 20.8A at 48V or 18.4A at 54.4V, giving 1000W of total power. These converters operate from a wide range 20 to 30VDC (24V nominal) input with an efficiency of 89% and power density of 12.5W/in³.
10th May 2007


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