Components

Rocky-6161 single board computer

06 December, 2005 | Supplied by: ICP Electronics Australia Pty Ltd

ICP Electronics has released a PICMG single board computer with Intel PCI-Express architecture, the Rocky-6161. The PCI-Express is the latest I/O interface to replace PCI for higher bandwidth and has become a new standard for the next-generation computer industry.


Non-contacting potentiometer opens new perspectives

05 December, 2005 | Supplied by: Moog Australia Pty Ltd

While the degree of precision and reproduction accuracy are unable to match those of costly digital systems, there are many applications that do not require this performance level


Prototyping a secure multi-purpose mobile chip

14 November, 2005

A high-capacity chip under development is claimed to have the potential to do away with many of the identity documents, credit cards and passwords people have to use each day. The IST program-funded project SM-PAYSOC has created a working prototype of the chip packaged in a smartcard, which in the future could also be incorporated into a USB token or a SIM card.


Duplex system

04 November, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.waverider.com.au

WaveRider's 1000G ensures that remote sites will have the full benefit of a high-speed network.


Aztec LED light engines

04 November, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.aerospacedefenceproducts.com.au/

The Optosign range of Aztec LED Light Engines combine the brightest LED arrays available, with manufacturing and technological expertise, to create stylish products that offer a viable alternative to traditional light sources in a variety of applications.


Researchers create multi-colour LEDs

17 October, 2005

A team of University of California scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory have developed what it claims is the first inorganic, multi-colour light-emitting diodes based on colloidal quantum dots encapsulated in a gallium nitride semiconductor.


Let there be light...emitting diodes

05 October, 2005

Russell Dupuis talks about the development and future of this revolutionary technology in conversation with Jane Sanders


Processor core

04 October, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.emlogic.com.au/

The phyCORE-ARM7/LPC229x supports high-performance, low power LCP2292 and LPC2294 ARM7TDMI-S devices from Philips that offer up to four on-chip CAN nodes.


LED current driver

04 October, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.tenrod.com.au/

LEDs in arrays need constant current driving - for consistent driving current through each LED. Putting a resistor across each LED will not ensure the current through each LED in the array will be the same because every LED has its own voltage drop value.


Lightweight relays

04 October, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.aerospacedefenceproducts.com.au/

Leach International has developed two small, lightweight relay series - KX and KUL - designed to carry high-current loads up to 300 A.


Circuit elements for opto frequencies

10 September, 2005

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania propose to shrink circuits to save space and power and, more importantly, accommodate electronic applications at much higher frequencies than are possible with current models - applications that include nano-optics, optical information storage and molecular signalling.


Underwater piezo speaker

01 September, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.adilam.com.au/

Based on the in-house expertise in vibration characteristic of piezoceramic material and microacoustics, Sonitron has developed what it claims is the first flat piezoceramic speaker for underwater applications.


Broadband TWT amplifiers

01 September, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.rfi-ind.com.au/

RFI Industries has released the TMD range of broadband TWT amplifiers.


Intelligent AC motor soft starter

01 September, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.pne.com.au/

Designed for single phase compressors of up to 6.5kWatts (6.5 shaft horsepower), i-Start's patented switching technology not only reduces start-up currents to less than 45Amps, it reduces electrical load and hence wear on the starter as well, offering the potential of longer life for both compressors and starters alike.


RFID reader cards

03 August, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.rell.com.au/

Richardson Electronics has signed a strategic partnership with WJ Communications to represent the global sales channel for its multi-protocol MPR 5000 and MPR 6000 RFID reader cards, available in a standard PCMCIA Type II package.


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