AC-DC power supplies come in many different models with the purpose of conduction, convection, and system air cooling. These power supplies are not only used in the industrial industry, but the medical industry as well. That means they do not just have to follow industrial safety certifications and requirements, but the medical ones as well which can be very extensive and demanding.


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The twenty-first century has been one of the most technology advanced era to date. With new smart devices releasing simultaneously on the market it is difficult for the consumer to keep up with the latest products. Despite the difference of companies or different style of device, most of them share the same type of units used to build each of them. The same parts such as ICs and other common components are used to build the mobile devices in the industry.


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Angle sensor ICs are the key component when it comes to controlling your cars brakes, power steering, throttle and even the transmission. With Allegro Microsystems new 0° and 360° angle sensor ICs, your vehicle will be in the most capable of hands. The draw of these new angle sensor ICs is their ability to handle high-resolution through a means that requires no contact, but instead obtains data based on CVH (Circular Vertical Hall) knowledge.


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The problem that often occurs in many of these tester cables is the separation of the inner connection pin. With the removal of the inner pin the entire cable may no longer be used. There are other options to cut the cable and replace the connector but Amphenol has created the ultimate solution for these cheap cables.


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Fairview Microwave,a leading provider of high-quality RF and microwave components including, adapters, connecters, attenuators, coaxial cables, and terminators, just announced the release of its not 16 voltage-controlled oscillator models. This model covers bands from 10 MHz to 4350 MHz. An oscillator which just generates voltages by nonmechanical means. The new model is unlike the old traditional one single fixed frequency microwave. The VCO’s allow the frequency of the output signal to vary significantly by adjusting amplitude of tuning voltage. These RF components are used in military electronics, meaning they are heavy duty, reliable and work fantastically. These RF components are also used in SATCOM test and measurement and wireless communications.


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TE Connectivity, a leader in creating innovate ideas for some of the world’s largest challenges, recently announced its creation of a wet-mate connecter that is suitable for subsea control systems. This innovation is huge in the electronic parts world. A wet mate connecter is an electric component used in marine exploration, gas and oil industries, and renewable energy. These brand new HydraElectric wet-made connecters feature a modular construction that enables many different configurations. These configurations can be put together with a minimum number of components. This riveting design showcases industry standard panel, bulkhead and a stab plate interface. This design allows customers to upgrade, exchange or modify existing hardware with little effort. It also offers a corrosion resistance so that the part has a longer lifespan and has less issues for the customer, which makes it more cost effective.


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Kemet has discovered a way to be to increase the life of their electrolytic capacitors. Creating what is known to be the markets first COTs model polymer capacitor to withstand a rough environment such as weather and humidity. This newly improved component is said to have a maximum life of 1000- hour life test option.


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A nonprofit organization by the name of Vitamin Angels out of Los Angeles, CA is on rise to expand the knowledge of health to third world countries. The Angels are an organization that helps provide essential vitamins to malnutrition parts of the world. Currently have helped over 52 million women and children in approximate 66 countries worldwide. Their current goal has been to expand the knowledge of basic health principles helping train local health workers of those regions. In doing so the Angels have collaborated with modern training company Torrence Learning to help with the wide spread of knowledge. The standard USB drives have been estimated to cost the company around 2 to 4 US dollars in price, averaging a total of 92,000$ US dollars for the project to date.


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Electronics banned from cabins on some Middle Eastern and African flights to U.S. : Airlines that fly from evident countries in the Middle East and Africa to the United States will soon demand passengers to check in all if not some of their electronic devices than to carry them into the cabin said a U.S. official. Also stating that this will affect some airlines flying into the U.S.


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Apple is in the mean of a hiring frenzy for engineers specializing in graphics technologies for a new “graphics team” to be based in London. The Californian tech giant is currently advertising at least 11 hardware engineering roles at its new UK Design Centre, based in London. They are designed to work on the development of GPUs in what the job ads describe as a “newly formed graphics team”.

The job ads on Apple’s corporate careers website have been posted on multiple times between December 2016 up to just last week. Apple has informed Imagination Technologies that it plans to stop using Imaginations GPU technologies.


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