An electronics company in Brisbane is one of three firms that have recently installed HALT (highly accelerated life testing) chambers. The other installations are in New Zealand.
The SNAP-AITM-8 provides eight channels of thermocouple or millivolt input. Each channel can be individually configured to accept a type B, C, D, E, G, J, K, N, R, S, or T thermocouple or a -75 to + 75 mV, -50 to +50 mV, or -25 to +25 mV input.
LTW Technology offers innovative Asian design and manufacturing for waterproof connectors. Now dealing with Industrial Ethernet, LTW has extended its product and service capabilities to provide quality waterproof connectors for industrial applications.
In an effort to provide safer and more reliable components for aircraft, researchers have invented a fibre-optic on/off switch that can replace electrical wiring for controlling elevators, rudders and other flight systems on aircraft.
Designers of electrical and electronic components have a wide choice of polymers at their disposal.
Osram is intensifying its research and development work on organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) with the aim of applying this technology also to general illumination.
Engineers at the School of Electronics and Computer Science have developed a method to make bipolar transistors that work twice as fast as current devices.
The Centre for Integrated Photonics (CIP) in England has announced a novel hybrid assembly technique that offers a simple yet reliable method of integrating optical devices.
Until recently, UL certificates that were primarily accepted in the US, Canada and in other parts of the world were mainly available for systems. Now, with the implementation of UL certification for computer-on-modules (COMs), Kontron now provides OEMs with more security in selecting appropriate COMs and simplifies the procedure for its own UL certification.