Power

Is the 'smart' battery a help or deterrent?

05 January, 2003 by Isidor Buchmann*, President, Cadex Electronics Inc | Supplied by: Cadex Electronics Inc

The battery has the inherent problem of not being able to communicate with the user. Neither weight, colour, nor size provides an indication of the battery's state-of-charge and state-of-health. The user is at the mercy of the battery


Lab power supplies

12 November, 2002 | Supplied by: Helios Power Solutions

Amtex Electronics has introduced the ZUP series of laboratory power supplies.


Models FO600 and FO610 Power Meters

12 August, 2002 | Supplied by: AMS Instrumentation & Calibration Pty Ltd

Extech's fibre optic power meters, Models FO600 and FO610, measure over a wide 75 dB dynamic range with ±0.15 dB accuracy and 0.01 dB resolution.


Will rechargeables replace the primary battery?

05 June, 2002 | Supplied by: http://www.rfindustries.com.au

Electrical energy from non-rechargeable (primary) batteries is very expensive, and many organisations are switching to rechargeable (secondary) batteries. This article examines the advantages, limitations and economics of primary and secondary batteries


Coin Cell Retainer

14 May, 2002 | Supplied by: NPA Pty Ltd

Keystone Electronics has added a low-profile coin cell retainer for 2450 coin cells to its range of battery retainers.


Power Circuit Package

22 January, 2002 | Supplied by: Braemac Pty Ltd

STMicroelectronics has introduced a generation of chip-scale packages for power integrated circuits as well as six n-channel MOSFETs that take advantage of the new package to reduce size and weight while boosting thermal and electrical performance.


Data, data everywhere

05 December, 2001 | Supplied by: Eaton Corporation

In today's dynamic telecoms environment the equipment loads on a DC power system and battery may be regularly increased through its life


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