Falco Systems (Amsterdam,
Netherlands) has announced a
high voltage amplifier for laboratory
use: the WMA-100. The amplifier
generates no overshoot with any
capacitive load. Features include:
n An output voltage of ±175 V.
n DC offset control.
n A bandwidth of DC 500 kHz.
n A noise of 350 uVrms.
n Availability from stock in a
230 and 115 V version.
Fully Rugged Tablet PC
Advantech (Irvine, CA) has announced
that its PWS-870 fully rugged tablet PC is
available with Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise.
Advantech’s PWS-870 features an Intel Core
i3/i5/i7 processor with integrated graphics
and turbo boost, as well as a high brightness
(800 cd/m²) 10.1” HD capacitive multi-touch
panel that supports viewing in direct sunlight.
n Integrated graphics and turbo boost
n Enterprise-grade security.
n Higher synergy in connecting to Azure
n Active Directory and System Center to
deliver built-in mobile device management
n Two USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0 port, one
audio jack, and an HDMI connector.
n Front and rear-facing 2M/5M cameras, a
1D/2D barcode reader, and a NFC reader
for in-field data collection.
n Desk and vehicle docking stations.
n A comprehensive extension module with
MSR, UHF RFID, and I/O support.
n FSP A/D 100-240 V, 65 W, 19 V adapter
compatibility with 90 to about 264 V AC
n Advanced communication technologies 4G
LTE and 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac.
n MIL-STD-810G and IP65 certification.
n A sunlight-readable, multi-touch 10.1”
Gorilla Glass display panel.
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