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Ultrasound Drivers are used in deep body tissue imaging.

Ultrasound Drivers are used in deep body tissue imaging.

Supertex, Inc.    Sunnyvale, CA 94619
May 17, 2005 Suited for medical ultrasound imaging, HV219 eight-channel analog switch IC utilizes bilateral DMOS switches and CMOS logic for control of up to 200 V signals. CMOS serial shift register logic control minimizes I/O connections and power dissipation, while 11 ohm switch resistance minimizes return signal attenuation. Also available, 16-Channel HV238TA has integrated bleed resistors on outputs that discharge residual dc voltages and reduce erroneous signals.

Current Sense Resistors carry 100 A continuous current.

Current Sense Resistors carry 100 A continuous current.

Stackpole Electronics Inc.    Raleigh, NC 27604
May 17, 2005 Series HLD features metal element with 4-terminal Kelvin connection designed to provide current sensing with ohmic values down to 0.001 ohm, in tolerances to 1%, with TCRs of 55 ppm/C. Rated for operation from -55 to +150C, units are suited for computers, servers, and workstation applications as well as power supplies and motor controls.

Chip Resistors target instrumentation and control markets.

Chip Resistors target instrumentation and control markets.

Stackpole Electronics Inc.    Raleigh, NC 27604
May 17, 2005 Offered in 2010 size, Model RNC 57 is rated to W at 70C, while Model RNC 63, in size 2512, is rated to 1 W at 70C. Both feature resistance values as low as 4.7 ohms to 1 Megohm, in tolerances to 0.1% with operating temperature of -55 to 150C. Applications include precision circuits, such as attenuator circuits, bridge circuits, RC oscillators, and active filters for instrumentation, medical equipment, computers, power supplies, and telecommunications.

Airtight Cabinet protects critical electronics.

Airtight Cabinet protects critical electronics.

Stanley Vidmar    Allentown, PA 18105 1151
May 16, 2005 Measuring 59 in. high, Inert Gas Housing Cabinet consists of bank of drawers behind locking front door. When door is closed, neoprene gasket provides airtight seal. To prevent oxidation, user can lower humidity by pumping nitrogen gas or dry air into cabinet. Optional static dissipative finish minimizes danger of static build-up, which can damage electronic components. Cabinet is suited for Class 10,000 cleanrooms and meets MIL-STD-883A standard.

MLCC Capacitors come in voltages from 250 V to 10 kV.

Cal-Chip Electronics, Inc.    Ivyland, PA 18974
May 16, 2005 Featuring chips in 8 EIA sizes ranging from 0603-8060, CHV Series multilayer ceramic chip (MLCC) capacitors are suited for surge suppression and temperature compensation in high-voltage applications with limited PCB space. They feature operating temperature of -55 to +125C, with temperature coefficient of capacitance of 15%/C for X7R dielectric, 030 ppm/C for COG dielectric, and +22 to -56% for Y5V and Z5U dielectric. Capacitance ranges from 1.0 pF to 1.2 F.

LED Lamps provide passenger-cabin reading light.

LED Lamps provide passenger-cabin reading light.

LEDtronics    Torrance, CA 90505
May 13, 2005 Models BSD1890 and BSD1888 offer drop-in replacements for incandescent lamp Nos. 2232 and 2266 and halogen lamp No. 0201789-001, which are used in 28 V reading light fixtures in airplane cabinets, passenger trains, and coach buses. Available in 9 and 15 mm single-contact bayonet bases, units do not require modifications prior to installation. Each features 28 warm white 5 mm LEDs and draws 1.5-2.0 W.

Artificial Neutral Device helps detect current faults.

Artificial Neutral Device helps detect current faults.

AEMC Instruments    Foxborough, MA 02035
May 12, 2005 Model AN-1 generates momentary grounded artificial neutral to allow measurement of fault currents on ungrounded 3-phase systems. Unit is grounded intermittently through relay driven by internal electronic timer, limiting possibility of insulation faults within instrument and allowing for discrimination of actual fault currents. Red LEDs indicate presence of phase voltage and phase fault. Relay closure time is switch selectable at 500 ms or 2.3 sec.

Load Cell Signal Conditioner offers Bluetooth option.

Load Cell Signal Conditioner offers Bluetooth option.

Sensor System Solutions, Inc.    Irvine, CA 92618
May 11, 2005 Model ISAC-4 combines functions of load cell calibrator, weight indicator, signal conditioner, and wireless transceiver in one package. It includes on-board algorithms, analog 4–20 mA current loop, voltage level outputs, and RS232/RS485 serial communications. With optional BlueWeigh communications module, all features are accessible using Bluetooth enabled portable devices. Model ISAC-4 retrofits into existing scale installations and any sensors with mV outputs.

RF Connectors have space-saving design.

RF Connectors have space-saving design.

ITT Industries, Cannon    Santa Ana, CA 92705-5612
May 11, 2005 Used to verify antenna and circuit performance, MINI RF series measures 2.7 x 2.7 x 1.6 mm, supports signal frequencies up to 6 GHz, and incorporates 3 misalignment. Test Port version verifies electronic circuitry, while Accessory Port version tests and redirects signals through external transmitting element. Interconnect incorporates split insulator design with contacts sandwiched between 2 insulators, and snap-on interface allows for 100 mating cycles.

SineWave VCXO features low phase noise floor performance.

SineWave VCXO features low phase noise floor performance.

Crystek Crystals Corporation    Fort Myers, FL 33913
May 10, 2005 Manufactured in 9 x 14 mm SMD package, CVSS-940 uses Inverted Mesa technology and provides -150 dBc/Hz noise floor as well as 50 ppm min APR pullability. Product generates frequencies from 77.760–500 MHz, with output level of 0 dBm min into 50 ohm and harmonics under -20 dBc. Operating over -40 to +85C temperature range, it consumes 25 mA typ and 30 mA max @ 3.3 V. Unit suits telecom applications such as broadband networks, network/switch, and ATM communications.

Differential Pair Arrays provide up to 1 terabit/connector.

Differential Pair Arrays provide up to 1 terabit/connector.

Samtec    New Albany, IN 47151 1147
May 10, 2005 Series DPAM/DPAF offers up to 168 usable signal pairs, which are on staggered layout with perimeter grounds to simplify signal routing on boards. Connector set has .394 in. mated height and features solder crimped to tails for processing. Final Inch data is available for 168 signal pairs. Other standard sizes include 48 and 104 signal pairs.

Signal Generators meet high definition standards.

Hamlet Video International Ltd    Amersham, Bucks HP6 6FB  United Kingdom
May 10, 2005 Built on all-digital platform, Flexiscope palm-top signal generator, waveform monitor, and vectorscope provides simultaneous operation in both HD and SD SDI, giving engineers ability to check signal parameters. Protean Axiom supports AES/EBU audio and ability to generate moving identification streams of up to 64 alphanumeric characters. Vidscope software-only signal analysis tool provides audio and video signal quality control on desktop.

In-Circuit Emulator performs debugging and programming.

In-Circuit Emulator performs debugging and programming.

STMicroelectronics    Lexington, MA 02421
May 09, 2005 Modular ST7MDT25-DVP3 provides start-to-finish development support, including real-time emulation, debugging, and in-circuit programming, for automotive and industrial applications based on ST72561 microcontroller family. Design is based on common main emulation board that provides communication and interface capabilities coupled with target emulation board dedicated to single family of ST7 devices. It includes CAN and LINbus interfaces.

MOSFETs suit high-temperature automotive applications.

MOSFETs suit high-temperature automotive applications.

Vishay Siliconix    Santa Clara, CA 95054
May 09, 2005 Utilizing high-density silicon technology, n-channel MOSFETs combine 3.4 V threshold voltage with on-resistance as low as 2.7 milliohms to avoid spontaneous turn-on during high-temperature, high-current applications with inductive loads. Products, offered in 10 models rated 40 or 60 V, are manufactured in DPAK, D2PAK, and PowerPAK SO-8 packages. MOSFETs are also suited for use in industrial and fixed telecom industries.

RS-232 Transceivers support data rates to 1 Mbps.

RS-232 Transceivers support data rates to 1 Mbps.

Linear Technology Corp.    Milpitas, CA 95035
May 09, 2005 Designed to operate over input supply range of 1.8-5.5 V, single and dual RS-232 transceiver models LTC2801/2/3/4 ICs integrate boost converter and provide 10 kV ESD protection on RS-232 pins. Control pins invoke optional shutdown, receiver active, and driver disable features. Featuring 1 A shutdown current and 15 A receiver-active current, LTC2802/4 support 1 Mbps data rate for proprietary diagnostic links, while LTC2801/3 support rates to 250 kbps.

Push Button Controller comes in 2 x 3 mm DFN package.

Push Button Controller comes in 2 x 3 mm DFN package.

Linear Technology Corp.    Milpitas, CA 95035
May 09, 2005 Equipped with processor interrupt logic and adjustable on/off timers, 8-pin LTC2950 delivers enable control for dc/dc converters. It is supplied in 2 versions, each of which operate over 2.7-26 V input, to accommodate positive or negative enable polarities. Suited for portable instruments and handheld products, controller has 6 A supply current and withstands 10 kV ESD strikes.

Power GaAs MESFET achieves drain efficiency over 55%.

Power GaAs MESFET achieves drain efficiency over 55%.

OKI Semiconductor    Sunnyvale, CA 94086
May 09, 2005 Suited for wireless communications, KGF1934 power gallium arsenide (GaAs) metal semiconductor field effect transistor (MESFET) achieves max drain efficiency with output power of 10 W at compression point of 1 db. Device also marks 25% in drain efficiency at normal operating output power level of 2 W. Specific applications include transmitter power amplifiers for W-CDMA and CDMA2000 wireless base stations.

Voltage Regulator is used for DDR/QDR memory termination.

Voltage Regulator is used for DDR/QDR memory termination.

Linear Technology Corp.    Milpitas, CA 95035
May 06, 2005 Offered in 4 x 4 mm QFN and SSOP-24 packages, LTC3776 employs no RSENSE, constant frequency current mode architecture. This 2-phase, dual-output, synchronous step-down switching controller operates from 2.75-9.8 V input and features programmable switching frequency up to 750 kHz. Second output (VTT) regulates output voltage to 1/2 of VREF, while providing symmetrical source and sink output current capability. True PLL is offered for frequency locking or adjustment.

Power Supply Transformers have optimized core configurations.

Power Supply Transformers have optimized core configurations.

TDK Corp. of America    Mount Prospect, IL 60056
May 06, 2005 Transformers utilize core materials and configurations optimized for specific applications. Featuring elliptical cores, multiple output transformers SRW2420EG and SRW2425EG measure 30 x 28 x 25 mm and 30 x 28 x 30 mm, produce 25 and 30 W output, and feature 25 and 35 kHz flyback operating frequency, respectively. Of the same type, low-profile SRW33EX measures 36 x 42 x 23 mm and features 65 V output and 40 kHz flyback operating frequency.

Hot-Swap Front Ends and Rectifiers produce up to 550 W.

Hot-Swap Front Ends and Rectifiers produce up to 550 W.

Unipower Corporation    Coral Springs, FL 33065
May 06, 2005 RSG Series rectifiers and SG/TSG Series front ends are offered in hot-swap or chassis-mount cases, which measure 1U high x 2U wide x 11 in. deep. Hot-swap versions are offered in 1U-high rack/shelf, which holds up to 4 units that can be operated in 3+1 redundant mode. Rack also permits dual A/B operation for ac inputs and dc outputs. Incorporating output O-ring diodes, module offer output voltages from 48 or 54.4 Vdc @ 550 W to 12 or 13.6 Vdc @ 450 W.




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