Gowanda Electronics (Gowanda, NY) has
announced a small, non-magnetic molded
RF inductor series. The SMG1812 Series was
designed specifically for applications that are
magnetically sensitive and therefore require
non-magnetic components. Features include:
A small design ( 4. 8 x 3. 4 x 3. 5 mm).
An inductance from 0.010 to
A Q min from 35 to 40
A SRF min from 750 to 1000 MHz.
A DCR max from 0.1 to 0.25 Ohms.
A current rating DC from 700 to
SBCs provide high-performance and a rich array of
onboard I/O for embedded designs. Features include:
An industry standard 3. 5" SBC format (102 x 146 mm).
A power range from 10 to 50 VDC input or Power
over Ethernet (PoE).
Industrial I/O options that include Gigabit Ethernet
with IEEE-1588 support, multiple USB 2.0 channels,
multiple serial channels, and dual CAN interfaces.
24 onboard GPIO lines tolerant of voltages up to
AAA, AA, C and D-Cell Battery Holders
Oven Industries’ (Mechanicsburg,
PA) 5R7-001 Temperature
Controller creates a seamless transition between heating and cooling
devices, as it serves as the commander of thermoelectric modules.
The user-friendly PC software
makes it simple for users to change any temperature control
configurations, which eliminates signal interference. Features include:
A load current of .1 to 25 A.
A set temperature range from - 40° to 250°C.
A 0 to 36 VDC output using a split power supply system.
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• Engineered designs assure optimum battery tightness
• Low contact resistance • Accepts NiCd, Carbon Zinc, and
Alkaline batteries • Molded of flammability rated high impact
resistant plastic • Broad temperature service range • Molded-in
contacts for PC board wave soldering • 6'' UL-CSA rated wire
• Male/Female 9V snap fastener terminals
For Primary & Stand-By power
and CMOS memory back-up.
Bar-Meters Prevent Catastrophies
Otek (Tucson, AZ) has unveiled
its new Loop or AC/DC Signal
Powered Display (LPD Series).
The LPD uses minute amounts of
energy in a current loop to brightly
and consistently illuminate its
51 automatic tricolor (R/G/Y)
bargraph and 4 digits. The LPD
is 100% DCS/SCADA/Ethernet
compatible with its Serial I/O
capabilities. Features include:
The ability to serially transmit
a distress message with an ID,
date, and time stamp for about 20 s before the display goes dark.
The use of under 12 mW 4 mA (<60 m W 20 mA) to run an
About a 3 V burden on the loop.
The use of <50 m W of an AC signal to power the display rather
than loop power.