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  • No Such Thing as Too Quiet
    , or a vacuum cleaner that needs an indicator light to signal it 's operating. Consumers are demanding this level of noise reduction, and OEMs are scrambling to provide it. Quiet operation effectively gives products a higher perceived value. But sound insulation can also add weight and assembly cost. A deeper
  • 2008 Chevy Silverado 3500 4WD Crew Cab LT2
    says the engine 's glow plugs warm up quickly, and indeed on a 3 F night, I estimate it took 2 seconds before the indicator light signaled it was OK to start. And it was. The engine started right up. The direct-injection system uses advanced electronics and pilot injection to improve fuel delivery
  • Connecting Sensors Over Ethernet
    Direct wiring methods are commonly used for simple on-off device control, where a circuit is either open or closed. A typical example would be the wiring used for a light switch. Likewise, digital sensors are usually wired directly to monitoring panels in the world of industrial automation
  • Burned Out Bulbs Burning a Hole in Your Wallet (.pdf)
    How many dollars does it take to change a light bulb? No, this isn't a joke. If you have ever installed door-mounted indicator lamps on a control panel only to return a short time later to find some of them burned out, you probably find this question especially humorless. No doubt your labor cost
  • Bright ideas
    indicator lights, in scanners as light sources, and in backlighting applications where they displace more costly and heat-producing electroluminescent bulbs. Here's a brief look at some LED applications that are gaining ground, as well as some novel approaches to traditional lighting setups
  • Lighting the 21st century
    Light-emitting diodes have been around for years as indicator lights. Now they're moving into illumination and beyond. An LED lighting system from Color Kinetics lights this Northwest Airlines 800-ft passenger tunnel at Detroit Metro Airport. The walls and ceilings are comprised of sculpted
  • Smart Computing Article - Basic Troubleshooting- Cable Modems
    The connections and indicator lights on the D-Link DCM-202, a common cable modem used by many providers. The rear of the cable modem will have ports for the coaxial cable, a power supply, and Ethernet and USB cables. You ll also often find a reset button When your cable modem is working
  • Medical Device Link .
    with such harsh environments and high customer fail-safe expectations, IVD manufacturers are using time-temperature indicators (TTIs) and other temperature-monitoring devices. When properly designed, TTIs are packaged with a diagnostic reagent, experience the same thermal history as the reagent
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    they intend to brandish baseband devices that sport integrated nonvolatile memory and analog RF functions, a move that could reshape the competitive landscape for wireless. New indicator predicts chip sales 6-to-8 months before inflection point Foundry Fact column, April 2002 Japan's Rohm invests $1
  • US Navy Awards MicroStrain, Inc. 3/4 Million for Wireless Sensors
    structure for demonstrations during MicroStrain's Phase I SBIR. The pitch link is a critical rotating element that adjusts the rotor blade's angle of attack as the rotor turns through the air. Pitch link loads depend strongly on flight regime, therefore, these loads are an indicator of structural usage

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