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TC1307 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The TC1307 combines four CMOS Low Dropout Regulators and a Microprocessor Monitor in a space-saving 16-Pin QSOP package. Designed specifically for battery-operated systems, the device ’s CMOS construction eliminates wasted ground current, significantly extending battery life. Total supply...
DT-315A Automationdirect.com Not Provided Tools & Test Equipment / Stroboscopes Shimpo heavy-duty digital stroboscope, rechargeable internal battery pack, 40 - 35,000 FPM flash rate, 0 - 359 degree phase shift in 1 degree increments, 5-digit 0.4 inch (10mm) high LED display, microprocessor controlled, continuous duty cycle, external trigger feature, synchronous output...
DT-311A Automationdirect.com Not Provided Tools & Test Equipment / Stroboscopes Shimpo heavy-duty digital stroboscope, 120VAC input, 40 - 35,000 FPM flash rate, 0 - 359 degree phase shift in 1 degree increments, 5-digit 0.4 inch (10mm) high LED display, microprocessor controlled, continuous duty cycle, external trigger feature, synchronous output for driving slave strobes...

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  • Smart Computing Article - Building The Perfect Processor
    November 1999 Vol.3 Issue 4 Add To My Personal Library Demystifying The Microprocessor Construction Process Looking at the simple, unassuming exterior of a microprocessor chip, one would never guess what amazing complexity and furious activity lie within. The state-of-the-art Pentium III chip
  • Medical Device Link .
    the rigorous demands of the industry. Among them are ultrasonic welding systems that process signals digitally and an ionizer small enough to be mounted on end-of-arm tooling. An adhesives dispenser with a microprocessor, a video camera for motion analysis, and a versatile laser cutter are also featured
  • Medical Device Link .
    benefited from the latest and greatest microprocessor technologies, and there has been an enormous rise in processing power and functionality. But the choice of technology is still driven by the requirements of the application e.g., desktop versus laptop, Windows versus Linux, new technology versus
  • Medical Device Link .
    from the latest and greatest microprocessor technologies, and there has been an enormous rise in processing power and functionality. But the choice of technology is still driven by the requirements of the application e.g., desktop versus laptop, Windows versus Linux, new technology versus legacy
  • Medical Device Link .
    these days. In this age of microprocessor control and miniaturization, medical manufacturers confront the dilemma of how to supply products enhanced with more and more features while at the same time reducing the size and weight of product packages. Many manufacturers are looking to flex circuitry
  • Medical Device Link . New Test Equipment Offers Less Bulk, More Versatility
    microprocessor-based technology that's more compact than the. EMDM: Product Update (September 2000). Skip to : [Content] [Navigation]. Medical Device Link. The Online Information Source for the Medical Device Industry. Suppliers Archived Articles Entire Site Search Try Our Advanced Search
  • Accuracy vs. Resolution
    output being sampled by a microprocessor - which in turn calculates an angle and presents it (typically) by a series of numbers (00.00º). With digital displays, these numbers are what is considered the resolution or number of decimal places the angle is represented. If the LCD is displaying 25.1º
  • Medical Device Link . Recent Developments in Sterilization Technology
    microprocessor-controlled, automatic machines. Although the efficiency, reliability, and performance monitoring of modern equipment is continually improving, the fundamental process remains essentially the same. Sterilization processes cannot be considered in isolation; rather, they are inextricably related

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