Dow Corning Corporation has added two new product lines to its Active Protection System family of impact protection materials. The S-Range is based on 3D spacer textile technology while the TP-Range is based on thermoplastic technology.
Clean Air Products introduces Series 901 modular cleanroom walls. They are available in three standard designs, with custom sizes and shapes to suit various application needs.
Eurotherm has adopted EtherNet/IP as the communications protocol for its 6000 series Paperless Graphic Recorders, allowing its recorders to communicate with a huge installed base of EtherNet/IP enabled PLCs and other I/O and control devices in many industrial applications.
Aerotech NanoTranslation (ANT95-XY, ANT95-XY-H) cross-roller-bearing, linear motor, dual-axis stages are the newest in the evolution of ANT series stages. The ANT95-XY and ANT95-XY-H are three-piece designs that allow travel in two dimensions (X and Y).
Hirose Electric Co., Ltd. offers an extensive line of flexible circuit connectors. Designated the FH Family, the connectors come in many different configurations with contact pitches ranging from 1 to 0.
The QuasarBrite narrow beam SMT LED provides users with a tight beam of high-intensity red, green or blue light.
The improved V4 microswitches offer a reduced differential movement of 0.05mm and below to better accommodate industrial applications such as electromagnetic brakes or pressure switches that require very small differential movements to operate correctly.
The EKB-97-TP is a backlit keyboard that is lit by blue LED lighting. The keyboard is ideal for working in dimly lit areas such as labs and patient rooms.
As hospital rooms become more high tech, an important concern for today's medical device designer is electromagnetic interference (EMI). Much attention has already been given to the infamous cell phone case which highlights interference from radio frequency signals.
Most medical devices are designed for the purpose of assisting people who are sick or suffering.
Plain bearings employ advanced PTFE polymers, ceramic, and specialty composites for linear and rotary applications to meet motion system designers' demanding requirements.
Metal injection molding offers advantages to allow for producing complex, three dimensional shapes in medical device components that would be virtually impossible to achieve with conventional fabrication technologies.
Circuit designers pressed for space should check out the CC7A-T1A, a MHz quartz crystal designed for applications in implantable medical, medical telemetry, and other high-reliability markets. This precision timing crystal has a package height of 0.9 mm and a footprint of only 3.2 × 1.5 mm.
Tubing products and tube processing services are offered to the medical device manufacturing industry. The company specializes in fabricating tubular parts from the simplest to the most intricate configurations and assemblies.
Laser machining capabilities include data-matrix marking, allowing for a significant amount of data to be stored in a very small space. This process is typically used for marking small and difficult surfaces.