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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
DV164035 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided firmware reload for fast debugging and for in-circuit re-programming. Programming times are improved up to 15x over MPLAB ICD 2. Low Voltage Emulation - MPLAB ICD 3 supports target supply voltages from 2.0 to 5.5 volts. Test Interface Module - Included with every MPLAB ICD 3 is a test module to test I/O...
4400.0001 Allied Electronics, Inc. SCHURTER INC Not Provided Circuit Breaker; 4 A; 240 VAC/48 VDC; 4000 VAC (Test Voltage); Quick Connect
4400.0003 Allied Electronics, Inc. SCHURTER INC Not Provided Circuit Breaker; 10 A; 240 VAC/48 VDC; 4000 VAC (Test Voltage); Quick Connect
4400.0010 Allied Electronics, Inc. SCHURTER INC Not Provided Circuit Breaker; 3 A; 240 VAC/48 VDC; 4000 VAC (Test Voltage); Quick Connect
W58XB1A4A-15 Relay Specialties Inc. TYCO ELECTRONICS Not Provided P&B THERMAL CIRCUIT BREAKER, SINGLE POLE, PUSH-TO-TEST, SERIES TRIP, WHITE BUTTON WITH RED RATE MARKING, RED TRIP BAND, 7/16IN. X .500IN. (12.70MM) LONG MOUNTING BUSHING, QUICK CONNECT TERMINALS .250: (6.35MM) STRAIGHT, KNURLED NUT/HEX NUT MOUNTING
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  • When Ethernet Bonds Are Too Rigid, The Result Can Be 'Break' Up and Disappointment...
    When bonds are too rigid, the result can be 'break' up and disappointment... THE CASE AGAINST BONDED PAIRS. This sounds like a cheap self-help book for relationships, doesn't it? Let me assure you, this isn't about dating or couples pairing. It's about the pairing of conductors in a high flex
  • Break it on purpose
    table reaches accelerations up to 15 A close-up view of a unit under test shows the vibration clamp bars that secures the unit to the vibration table and the forced-air ducts used to heat or cool the unit. Equipment used to operate and monitor the unit under test sits outside the Halt chamber. Cables
  • Medical Device Link . Benchtop EMC Testing Techniques for Medical Equipment Using loop probes to help test devices for electromagnetic compatibility saves costly redesign and complements open area and chamber tests.
    to magnetic fields will be difficult to differentiate from its response to electric fields. The classic way to reduce a loop antenna's electric field response is to add an electric field shield with a small break at one point to keep the circulating currents from shielding the loop from magnetic
  • Arthur G. Russell Co. and NTI Announce a Dual Break Through in Nano Fiber Production using New Die Design and Inexpensive Polymers.
    Microscope Photos of Nanofibers (6 inch die). Arthur G. Russell Co. and NTI Announce a Dual Break Through in Nano Fiber Production using New Die Design and Inexpensive Polymers. Dateline Thursday October 1, 2009 A series of tests at University of Tennessee lab under the direction of Dr. Gajanan Bhat produced
  • Tamper-evident Ring Test
    . Medical Guidewire Break Strength Test. Syringe Pump Calibrator. Medical Suture Device Calibration System. Cap Removal Test of Plastic Phial. Needle Retention Test. Medical Spring Test. Medical Pouch Heat Seal Joint Tensile Test. Medical Device Testing. Peel testing for Health Care Products
  • Needle Pull-out Test
    . Needle Pull-out Test. Medical Guidewire Break Strength Test. Syringe Pump Calibrator. Medical Suture Device Calibration System. Cap Removal Test of Plastic Phial. Needle Retention Test. Medical Spring Test. Medical Pouch Heat Seal Joint Tensile Test. Medical Device Testing. Peel testing for Health Care
  • Tensile Test on Rubber
    Guidewire Break Strength Test. Syringe Pump Calibrator. Medical Suture Device Calibration System. Cap Removal Test of Plastic Phial. Needle Retention Test. Medical Spring Test. Medical Pouch Heat Seal Joint Tensile Test. Medical Device Testing. Peel testing for Health Care Products. Elongation Test
  • Choosing Connectors for Test Fixtures
    force on a tiny spot and break through the oxide without damaging the contact. These pins tend to last longer than standard contacts and the spring-loaded pins are usually replacable. Contacts with "gold flash" Connectors with gold plated contacts; 15 to 30 micro-inches of gold plating works well. Gold
  • Bad Cable or Bad Test Fixture?
    A common testing problem is determining whether a reported failure is truly a problem with the Device-Under-Test or a problem with the test interface. Test connectors wear out with repeated usage, pins break, plating is worn off and intermittent readings can occur. Any defects in the test interface
  • Fast Tests for Campylobacter
    for this approach emits a laser beam to zap pathogen samples. When the beam strikes the sample, proteins break away from it. Teamed with a computer, the instrument can determine the weight or mass of different proteins, measured in units known as daltons. The result: a distinctive fingerprint