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Radiall Intros Kit for Wireless Stations
Publication Date: 10/21/2010

Chandler, AZ — Radiall USA, Inc. is introducing its new R2CT connection kit, which provides a waterproof, sealed connection for fiber-to-the-antenna (FTTA), remote radio head equipment, and similar outdoor applications where a protected interface is needed. The field-installable kit provides low ...
Rochester Electronics Gets Altera Legacy ICs
Publication Date: 10/21/2010

Newburyport, MA — Rochester Electronics has been selected as an authorized distributor of Altera Corporation's legacy and end-of-life (EOL) field programmable gate array (FPGA) devices. Rochester has acquired finished devices as well as wafer/die, intellectual property, test programs, and test equipment ...
Seica Intros New Test Systems
Publication Date: 10/21/2010

Strambino, Italy — Seica is showing the renewed Pilot ATE flying probe platform and the new generation in-circuit and functional test systems of the Compact Line.
 
Pilot is described as the most versatile and complete line of automated flying probe test systems on the market today, offering the widest range of ...
Thermo Fisher: New Alloy Analyzers
Publication Date: 10/21/2010

Billerica, MA — Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. is showing the newest members of its family of Thermo Scientific Niton handheld XRF analyzers, the new Niton® XL2 GOLDD Series and the enhanced Niton XL3t GOLDD+ Series. The instruments of choice in nondestructive elemental analysis solutions for ...
Next Gen Aircraft Connector from Tyco
Publication Date: 10/21/2010

Harrisburg, PA — Tyco Electronics has launched the ARINC 600 next-generation receptacle connector — an innovative re-engineering of a classic solution to meet the needs of today's commercial, aerospace, and military applications.
Yamaichi: Connector for Tool-free Field Assembly
Publication Date: 10/21/2010

Munich, Germany — The expense of wiring up and plugging in the modules of a photovoltaic system comprises between 10 to 20 percent of the entire cost of each unit. Reducing these costs can be achieved, for instance, by using preassembled cables.
 
Often,it is only possible on-site to determine the length of a cable and install a connector in the field. Such installation thus ...
 
 
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