ASI Displays is featuring a 5.7" TFT display with Built-in SSD1963, input voltage of 3.3V, ASI-T-570EA5BN/A. The ASI-T-570EA5BN/A, has a luminance of 500 nits and a contrast ratio of 600:1, is a bright 5.7" display, ideal for outdoor viewing. Features include 320 X 240 (VGA) pixel resolution, and full 16-bit MPU, providing a sharp, crisp and bright display. Read more...More Product Announcements from All Shore Industries
ASI Displays - has a variety of TFT displays ranging in size from 1.44" to 12.1" to suit your needs. Resistive and capacitive touch screens available on most units. Some modules available with controller on board as well. Read more...More Product Announcements from All Shore Industries
sSI Displays' high brightness, high contrast 4.3" TFT is featured in it's list of TFT displays. The ASI-T-430FAKFN/A, with luminance of 1000 nits, featuring 12 white LEDs and a contrast ratio of 350:1. The ASI-T-430FAKFN/A features 480 (RGB) X 272 pixel resolution, providing a beautiful, crisp display. Read more...More Product Announcements from All Shore Industries
LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAYS
Character and graphic LCD Displays allow you not only the ability to transfer information, but to visually demonstrate the quality and care that has gone into your product. Read more...More Product Announcements from All Shore Industries
Bantam Plug to Two Mini-Grab Test Hooks test cable, Catalog No. 940322-06 consists of a miniature 3-conductor nickel phone plug connected to two mini-grab test hooks with one red and one black vinyl boot.
- Enables the user to "Spring Hook" onto hard to reach Circuit Points
- Fully Tested and Manufactured in the United States Read more...
That has a great deal to do with your application. While no one would want a coil cord to be manufactured with so much ‘spring’ that it can pull a tethered device out of their grasp, they might also not one with such little retractability that it takes several minutes to return to its original state. Read more...More Product Announcements from C&M Corporation
Thermal inertia. Not something always at the forefront of the thinking for many cable designers. However, depending on the conductor count, conductor size, and the wire(s)’ current carrying capacity versus the current the wire(s) will actually carry, thermal inertia – or the ability of materials to conduct and store heat – can be a very real issue. Read more...More Product Announcements from C&M Corporation
The geometry of most molded cable assemblies hinges on the answer to a simple question: What exit orientation does the molded connector require – straight, forty-five degree, or right angle? Read more...More Product Announcements from C&M Corporation
At the end of the day, if you are in business then you are in the customer service business. That translates into doing your best to give your customers what they want…and sometimes that can mean the administration of a significant number of SKUs Read more...More Product Announcements from C&M Corporation
No doubt that experience is a good teacher. By the same token, it can also limit creativity. However, when you are willing to challenge ‘experience’ with new ideas and concepts, you can create solutions and products that can be best described as very good ideas Read more...More Product Announcements from C&M Corporation