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  • S-Cube TM: Generic Controller for Active Acoustics (.pdf)
    Silentium developed a generic controller for active acoustics, i.e. Active Noise control (ANC), Active Structural Acoustic Control (ASAC) and Active Vibration Control (AVC). Silentium offers a range of products for active acoustics' product developers and consultants in the field of active
  • Keep that noise down!
    Pressure-sensitive adhesives provide an economical way to control noise and vibration. Appliances, such as refrigerators and computers use pressure-sensitive adhesives to control noise. Foam sound absorbers disrupt sound waves and absorb vibrating air molecules. Sound barriers block sound waves
  • Linear Voltage Fan Speed Control Using Microchip's TC64X Family
    on or completely off. This efficient control methodology affords a very wide speed control range (typically 10% to 100% of full speed) because the fan motor is exposed to its full-rated voltage during the active portion of the PWM cycle. PWM control works with standard, two-wire Brushless DC (BDC) fans
  • Customization to Suppress EMI in DC Motors
    A variety of active and passive approaches can be adopted to reduce EMI in systems that rely on precision. motion control. For applications ranging from medical diagnostic to office automation equipment, the need to. suppress conducted and radiated noise is critical, especially in light
  • Measuring Thickness of Dielectric Materials using MTI Accumeasure TM Capacitance Instrumentation
    (probe) is a passive element, in that it contains no active electronic circuitry. All of the active circuitry is contained within the Accumeasure electronic amplifier and supplied to the probe through low noise coaxial cable. The Accumeasure constant current amplifier circuitry supplies the control
  • Vibration Isolators Protect Electronics at Low Frequencies
    . * Negative-stiffness systems' 0.5-Hz resonant frequencies give them better low-frequency isolation efficiency than pneumatic systems. * Equipment that detects features on the atomic scale benefits from the lower-noise environment negative-stiffness systems provide. "Smoothing out bad vibes, " Machine

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