Marvin offers compact, cost-effective test platform
The TS-960 features a 20-slot, 3U PXI chassis accommodating up to 512 125MHz digital I/O channels with PMUs per pin, allowing users to address a range of test applications.
Intelligent servo drive optimises motion axis control
The iPOS3604 HX-CAN from Technosoft offers high level single or multiple-axis control functions such as master, slave or standalone operations in an 80 x 55 x 16mm package.
Memory access ordering in complex embedded designs
The simple act of loading, storing, and transferring data between processor and memory is much more complex than it used to be. This article focuses on memory accesses, specifically the order in which they happen.
Manufacturing tech aimed at non-volatile memory devices
A collaborative project unveiled a ferroelectric NVM chip that requires low write voltage and can be produced at small structural width that can easily be integrated in common IC production processes.
Beyonics pumps $10 million in new Johor facility
In building a new facility at i-Park@Indahpura, Beyonics is integrating its mechanical and electronics capabilities to increase operational efficiency and allow for future expansion.
Deep learning holds key to boost robot intelligence
European Automation sees deep learning as a set of algorithms that machines use to model high level abstractions in data, which allows computers to see objects and understand what they are.
Big data offers relief for warehouse quandary
Organisations should apply big data analytics across multiple sources of data to uncover patterns that will drive even more, and perhaps surprising, operational improvements.
The nitty-gritty of product specification
It''s not practical for makers to provide performance data for every conceivable test conditions, which is why performance characteristics range from maximum or worst-case performance scenario.
Immersion light source improves on-wafer performance
Cymer''s XLR 700ix claims to offer improvements in bandwidth, wavelength and energy stability, increasing scanner throughput and process stability for advanced 14nm chip manufacturing and beyond.
On the quest to find the right indoor location tech
The concept of indoor location is not new, but the drive is coming from an unlikely source, E-911, which stands at about 100-300m, equal to a city block, making things difficult for first responders.
NEMA Publishes NEMA MG 1-2014 ''Motors and Generators''
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) published NEMA MG 1-2014 Motors and Generators. read more
Schneider Electric Recalls Circuit Breakers Due to Fire, Burn, Shock Hazards
Schneider Electric is recalling about 62,500 PowerPact J-frame molded case circuit breakers with thermal-magnetic trip units. read more
Motor Terminal Torque Requirements
Article 430 covers the requirements for motors, motor circuits and controllers. read more
The Ecos PowerCube is a mobile, deployable solar-powered generator read more
7 Things You Probably Didn''t Know About Electric Vehicles
EC&M Staff Think you know everything about electric vehicles? You may be surprised. read more
Solar Power Expanding in Georgia
Southern Power has announced plans to develop a 131-MW photovoltaic solar project in Georgia, capable of generating enough electricity to help meet the energy needs of more than 21,000 homes. read more
BICSI Releases Uupdated Edition of Global Data Center Standard
BICSI has announced an updated release of its flagship standard, ANSI/BICSI 002-2014, Data Center Design and Implementation Best Practices. read more
Suspected Electrical Fire Kills 7500 Turkeys
An electrical problem is suspected in a fire that killed 7500 turkeys in Minnesota. Content Classification: Curated read more
Article 396 covers the use, installation, and construction specifications for messenger-supported wiring. read more
Electrician Covers House in 200,000 Christmas Lights
An electrician in England covered his home in 200,000 Christmas lights this year, all for a good cause. Content Classification: Curated read more