In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Protection Safety Commission, Fluke Corporation is voluntarily recalling the TL221, TL222 and TL224 modular test leads.
International Rectifier has introduced the IRAMX16UP60A, the latest member of the PlugNDrive family of integrated power modules that simplify variable-speed electronic motor control circuits. The 16 A rated device is designed for 750 W to 1.2 kW variable speed motor drives.
The complexity of today's embedded systems designs is growing as engineers increase the use of advanced, high-speed micro-components in circuits to deliver smarter products to users in the computer, communications, defence and semiconductor industries
Tektronix has announced what it claims is the world's first fully-automated component analog video signal analyser that measures high-definition, progressive scan and PC format signals for consumer video equipment manufacturers, video network operators, and others that require fast and repeatable testing.
Scientists at Brown University have created a magnetic-sensing microscope that allows them to watch electricity flow through the tiniest components. They are using the device to find defects in integrated circuits and micro-machinery.
Agilent Technologies has introduced a software application for its spectrum analyser families, which allows multichannel power amplifier designers to achieve the lowest possible distortion and highest linearity with the least amount of effort and complexity. The 89604A distortion test suite can be used with ESA-E or PSA series spectrum analysers or 89600 series vector signal analysers.
La Trobe University physicists have reversed the traditional direction of technology flow by designing and building a toroidal electron spectrometer and exporting it to Germany.
NewTek Support Pty Ltd has an approved calibration centre which services and calibrates the range of National Instrument hardware products in Australia.
Davidson Measurement and IntelEng announced they are combining to provide a solution to calibration management. They will be known as Davidson eCalibration Services.