The Pocket Reference Oscillator (PRO Series) is the industry’s first frequency control product to integrate a complete HCMOS crystal clock oscillator in a rugged SMA housing. Connecting the PRO Series’ female SMA side to +3.3 VDC produces a clean, low-jitter signal from the male SMA side.
CNC micro-milling machines provide cutting edge solutions for any manufacturer machining small, high precision parts.
This line of aluminum in-line manifolds comes uniquely designed with a bottom T-slot that allows for fast and secure installation. Available in 4-, 6-, 8-, or 10-station, these manifolds provide easy access for grouping valves, fittings, or other pneumatic components.
The FKN R100 tabletop depaneling router is designed for manually separating PCB panels and producing uniform edges with quality comparable to in-line programmable router systems.
The Type E33 high life incremental encoder's rotational life has been re-qualified to over 1 million rotations. The E33 boasts rugged construction features including an all metal body, metal threaded bushing, and standard metal shaft.
The RoHS compliant KX magnetic encoders provide high performance in harsh or difficult environments where traditional encoders don’t work or don’t last.
Bergami’s series of automatic package wrappers are offered as part of a complete packaging line. The wrappers are available in a number of models that offer choices in wrapping speed, machine footprint, and package size to meet a variety of types of applications.
The Executive foot switches are designed with a stylish zinc cast cover built for ease of use and long life. These rocker style switches have a mechanical interlock that prevents both circuits from being operated.
The MSM LA is rated 30 VDC and 250 VAC with a maximum switching current of 12 Amps. It features two isolated contacts for 1- or 2- pole switching functions. The switch provides mechanical indication in the ON and OFF positions.
Medical device manufacturers are coming to realize the potential advantages of three technologies traditionally used in the semiconductor industry. Micro photolithography, thin-film processing, and electroforming are all processes that can offer unique solutions for medical devices.
The testing of any medical device is critical to the overall design and development cycle in order to ensure its safety and effective performance. As such, companies need to be certain that the methods they use to perform these tests are as accurate and reliable as possible.
With the news regarding China and questions surrounding the safety of its manufacturing facilities, in addition to the constant concerns over intellectual property protection, some medical device manufacturers are looking for alternatives.
With device designers constantly seeking the next unique material that will help make their latest device a reality, it is important to stay abreast of what the material suppliers are developing.
The company’s liquid silicone micro molding system offers the precision of an electric injection molding unit combined with a 12 mm, specially-designed LSR screw and check disc assembly and the flexibility of a tiebarless clamp design.
This fiber-coupled diode laser solution—the next-generation L4 platform—leverages an innovative chip design to generate 10 W of output power. Its packaging takes up less space compared to previous designs, enabling OEMs to pack more diode lasers into a smaller space within their systems.