Memory cards are used every day to suffice all our electronic devices such as cameras, cell phones, and so much more. The most common form of memory is Flash memory because it is non-volatile meaning it can be removed from the device without losing data and reused by overwriting and erasing the data. We will be talking about all the different forms of memory cards and the capabilities.


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Cliff Electronics has successfully created a range of XLR panel analogue connectors which are highly functional industry standard connectors. Their new model of mono and stereo jack will create a larger pool of consumers to be able to operate with. The XLR panel connectors are traditionally the three pinned analogue connectors which are mainly used for professional audio use. However, now there are many different pin variations which allow for numerous applications. The different patterned pins are specific to applications such as lighting, intercom, and more.


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In recent news, TE Connectivity, a global manufacturer that specializes in making products for harsh environment, came out with their newest relay product design. This relay is built to their company standards with an outer-covering that manages harsh lamp and motor loads.


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What are you going to do when it’s the dead of winter, and your power goes out? That electric fireplace is now useless as you try to scramble around the house to find enough blankets to keep everyone warm. What if you’re a principal of a school? The power goes out, so you must send all the kids home. As a result, you are losing a whole day of school and getting everyone behind. Instead of letting the weather or unfortunate events ruin your day try one of these new systems!


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A stepper motor is an electromechanical device that can convert electrical power into mechanical power. Stepper Motors are brushless and synchronous electrical motors that can split up a full rotation into a multiple number of steps. The position of the motor can be managed accurately without any feedback mechanism if the motor is attentively sized to the application. The theory of operation is used by the stepper motor. This theory makes the shaft of the motor turn an accurate distance when a pulse of electricity is supplied.


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A leading company in the power world, Cyber Power Systems, showed off its newest creation in the beginning of the year. CPS was founded in the mid-90’s and employees hundreds of people. They produce and carry a wide range of products from software, computer accessories, mobile additions and much more.


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TE Connectivity LTD, headquartered in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, is a world-renowned tech company that produces sensor for all industries that may need one, include automotive and aerospace. TE Connectivity announced that they had heard what the public wanted when it came to connectivity sensors, and they were willing to deliver.


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Microcontrollers, a small computer on a single integrated circuit, allow for input from sensors, and power LEDs to send signals to other devices over protocols. However, most microcontrollers do not have enough power alone to send signals to other devices. Thankfully, transistors exist and provide an excellent solution to higher power needs. First developed in 1922 by Julius Edgar, transistors weren’t given much thought until 1947 when physicists John Barden, William Shockley, and Walter Brattain use them to create a device while working at AT&T. This was one of the biggest milestones in technology history and transistors are now the modern building block of all computing devices.


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Although Heat Shrink and Cold Shrink tubing look almost identical from the surface, their internal characteristics are incredibly different. Each of the tubing has a different insulation technique, different applications, and different physical properties. The tubing can be for a variety of applications including but not limited to, splicing, terminating, and environmental seals. This kind of tubing is more cost effective and easier on the environment than most other similar tubing.


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Microchip Technology Inc. and Sigfox have launched the industry’s first FCC-certified, fully integrated RF transceiver and kits for developing IoT solutions for use on the Sigfox network. Powered by Microchip’s ATA8520E, a low-power RF transceiver with an integrated AVR® microcontroller, the new kits contain the first FCC-certified board that allows developers to easily connect to Sigfox’s long-range, two-way global Internet of Things (IoT) network – resulting in a low-cost, low-power device-to-cloud connectivity solution.


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