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  • Compliant Tail (Press-Fit) Contacts in Mil Circular Connectors (.pdf)
    The commercial world has long utilized compliant pin technologies to insert connectors on to printed circuit boards. These connectors were designed for ease assembly and to reduce the need for fluxes required during soldering. The technology was typically confined to rectangular high-density
  • Medical Device Link . MEDTEC 98 Exhibitor Profiles
    to assist with material compatibility issues, feasibility studies, cycle development, and validation support. Specializes in the design and manufacture of industrial-grade SMT motherboards based on 386, 486, and Pentium, using surface-mount technology. Custom solutions as well as engineering services
  • Absolute Pressure Sensing System (.pdf)
    the motherboards that are used to. interface with all the Smart Indicators and pressure sensor interface modules (PSIMs). The interface for the pressure sensors (transducers) is made through connector J6. The pressure. transducer’s inputs are taken from J6 and applied to the motherboard of the PSIM
  • Stopping the Flow of Counterfeit Components
    -- and a hazard to those buying and using them. From catastrophic failures on military and aerospace systems to the premature demise of PC motherboards, the inadvertent use of counterfeit components jeopardizes product performance, safety, and reliability, and results in costly litigation, product recalls
  • Medical Device Link . Simplifying Medical System Design with PC/104 Modules
    motherboards and plug-in cards are notorious for needing adjustment by a trained technician after delivery, prior to use. Such sensitivity to shock and vibration is not acceptable for embedded electronics, which are not expected to require service upon receipt. In the case of portable or mobile
  • FlexiCap TM - Reducing Mechanical Cracking on PCBs
    a circuit board is deflected, it attempts to. form an arc. The outer surface of the board. stretches, increasing the distance between the. solder lands on which the chip is mounted. This. places the chip under tension, as shown in figure. 2. Whilst the solder joint will be deformed, the. chip may