AutomationDirect (Cumming, GA) has introduced the ViewMarq
line of industrial-grade LED message displays. Used to display prefor-
matted messages or factory floor data, the displays can be controlled
from a PLC or any device that uses supported protocols. Embedded
data support allows real-time production data from the controller to
be contained within messages. Features include:
Tri-color LEDs (red, green, and amber).
Availability in 6 models: 1 line x 12 characters, 2 lines x 12
characters, 4 lines x 12 characters, 1 line x 24 characters, 2 lines
x 24 characters, and 4 lines x 24 characters.
Heavy-duty extruded aluminum housings with durable
polycarbonate end caps.
Displays that are NEMA 4 and NEMA 12 (indoor only) rated.
The ability to be wired for 100 to 240 VAC or 24 VDC power.
4 jumper slots per block
A 6. 2 mm wide Double-Deck Fuse Disconnect model.
An end plate to prevent accidentally opening the fuse holder
Beyond measuring angles,
Novotechnik’s R-Series of rotary
position sensors can be programmed
and reprogrammed for your application’s
angle, CW/CCW direction and single or
redundant output can be selected.
R-Series sensors utilize the orientation of
a magnetic field to determine measurement
angle. An embedded microprocessor converts
the magnetic orientation to an analog output
that is repeatable to within 0.03% or 0.1° of
measurement range – depending on model.
Key specifications include:
• Resolution: 12/14-bit
• Protection class: to IP67
• Measurement range:
up to 360°
For complete R-Series information, visit www.novotechnik.com/rs
Novotechnik U.S., Inc.
155 Northboro Road • Southborough, MA 01772
Telephone: 508-485-2244 Fax: 508-485-2430
Operation at 6,000 MHz
Crystek’s (Fort Meyers, FL) CVCO33BE-6000-6000
VCO operates at 6,000 MHz. Engineered and
manufactured in the U.S., it is packaged in the
industry-standard 0.5" x 0.5" SMD package.
A control voltage range from 0.5 4. 5 V.
A typical phase noise of -85 dBc/Hz
10 KHz offset.
An output power of + 5 dBm.
An input voltage of 5 V.
A max current consumption of 40 mA.
A second harmonic suppression of - 20 dBc typical.