Supplier: Avago Technologies
Description: The HSCH-533x family of low barrier beam lead schottky diodes are ideally suited for mixer and detector applications from 1-26GHz.
- Diode Type: Schottky Barrier Diodes, RF Diodes
- Diode Applications: Detector, Mixer
- RoHS Compliant: Yes
- Applications: Detector, Mixer
Supplier: Youngstown Barrel & Drum Co.
Description: ;, Reusable Model, Curb-Insert Style > Boxes and Combination Boxes > Poly Salvage Drums > Ultra-Drum Rack Containment Systems® > Ultra-I-Beam Protectors® > Ultra-Rack Sump® > Ultra-Oil Filter Boom, Skirted Model® > Item # 5241 UT
Supplier: Allen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation
Description: 1; Division 2 hazardous locations without the need for a safety barrier. Features Intrinsically safe to North American standards Transmitted beam sensing mode Compatible with Series 897H intrinsic safety barriers 30 mm harsh duty package Fast response time Variety of connection types
- Technology: Photoelectric Sensors
- Load: DC Load
- Body: Rectangular
- Beam: Infrared
Supplier: EMX Industries, Inc.
Description: with garage doors, rolling doors, parking barriers and other equipment located in explosive environments. Benefits include: Easy alignment Precise tuning Reliability No focusing lens Features Designed to operate in areas with explosive environments. NEMA 4 and 7 housing NEC Class I, Groups B
- Technology: Photoelectric Sensors
- Power Requirements: AC Powered, DC Powered
- Output: Current
- Body: Rectangular
Standards and Technical Documents - Lift-curve slope' for structural response calculations. -- 93013Supplier: IHS ESDU
Description: obtained from the force correlations in ESDU 80003. For beam sections, values for both components are given for angle, channel, I-, H-, T- and X-sections and for two channel sections back-to-back; the data were obtained from the correlations in ESDU 82007. For bridge decks, data extracted from
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fairly well. with Richardson’s equation is. q φB. qv. I = AA**2 exp –. exp. – 1. kT. NkT. q v. I = A*J. –1. O *(exp(q*V/nkT) – 1) = IS exp. nkT. where. A = area (cm2). where. A** = modified Richardson constant (amp/oK)2/cm2). I = current in amps. l = Boltzman’s Constant. A = area of Schottky barrier
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agrees fairly well with Richardson's equation is q B qv I = AA**2 exp ? exp ? 1 kT NkT q v I = A*J ?1 O *(exp(q*V/nkT) ? 1) = IS exp nkT where A =
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