Hammond Electronics has launched its 1552 family of handheld enclosures. Initially available in six sizes, the IP54 rated UL94-V0 flame-retardant ABS enclosure features an ergonomic design that fits comfortably into the hand.
Focusing on some of the main challenges during the production of the printed circuit board, Hawker Richardson explores how to overcome some key obstacles.
Mammals sweat to regulate body temperature, and now Chinese researchers are exploring whether our phones could do the same.
iBase's MT800M-P is an NVIDIA MXM compatible motherboard designed for AIoT applications. It supports the latest 8th Generation Intel Core processor family, enabling users to benefit from optimised processing and graphics performance and enhance I/O capability.
Designers of high-density electronics systems can now match 0.15 mm co-planarity connectors with 0.10 mm-thick solder stencils through careful aperture design.
EXAIR's 1/8 NPT Siphon Fed Atomizing Nozzles atomise fluids in a range of spray patterns for a wide variety of uses. The atomising nozzles require no liquid pressure and can be used with gravity-fed liquids or lift liquids from a siphon height as high as 914 mm.
Acromag broadens its family of rugged AcroPack mini-PCIe I/O module carrier cards with the Model ACEX4041, which also hosts a COM Express Type 10 processor module.
Hammond Electronics has announced its 1557 family. Initially available in four plan sizes, each in two heights, it is available in polycarbonate, sealed to IP68, and ABS, designed to meet IP66.
No Drip nozzles are suitable where no post-spray drip is permissible. When the compressed air supply is shut off the nozzle positively seals off the flow of liquid, eliminating the possibility of drips.
Vox Power's VCCM600 series combines a modular and configurable power supply with fanless architecture. The medical and industrial series delivers a silent 600–750 W of peak power for 5 s in a rugged 4″ x 7″ package.
PCBCart recently completed a PCBA project for a patch insulin pump system developed by MicroTech Medical. The assembled PCB was a motherboard that was required to initialise the pump.