Peel Electronics (trading name Gas Sensors Australia) is an Australian designer of specialised electronics for the LPG automotive industry. Utilising a high-quality surface-mount machine to manufacture its products, the company designs and engineers its products locally.
Metcal soldering stations feature SmartHeat technology, which senses thermal load and instantly delivers power on demand directly to the joint.
LEACH provides turnkey electronics contract manufacturing services including R&D, supply chain management, SMT and TH assembly, manual and AOI testing, IC programming, function test, cable or mechanical assembly, transport and logistic services.
QualiEco Circuits has launched a 24 h turnaround service for PCB assembly using its in-house facility. Overnight delivery to all major cities of Australia is now possible once PCB, components and stencil are ready for assembly.
Alfatron is an Australian owned and operated company providing quality electronic design and manufacturing services. The company specialises in fast-turnaround prototypes, small to medium projects, design review, components procurement, manufacture, test and assembly.
The 1455NHD is the latest addition to the 1455 series of extruded aluminium enclosures from Hammond Electronics. The product features six integral heat dissipating fins in the extrusion profile, providing enhanced cooling capability for when high thermal loads are expected from the housed equipment.
Liger is a high-performance PC104 Plus embedded computer for applications requiring high-speed processing and high-quality graphics capabilities.
The EXAIR small 316 stainless steel cabinet cooler systems with electronic temperature control keep electrical enclosures cool with -7°C air, while maintaining the NEMA 4X rating of the enclosure and resisting the heat that could adversely affect the internal components.
With increasing demand for its products, RØDE Microphones needed a surface mount technology (SMT) solution that was fast, could handle complex designs and could support growth for the next five to 10 years.
US researchers have reported a technique designed to address mobile hotspots, which come about through electronic devices' inability to evenly dissipate the waste heat they produce.