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TC1035 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The TC1035 is a single CMOS operational amplifier for low-power applications. It has a typical operating supply current of 6 µA, which is constant over the supply voltage range of 1.8 to 5.5V. The op amp has a rail-to-rail input and output which allows operation at low supply voltages...
MCP6S28 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The MCP6S21, MCP6S22, MCP6S26, and MCP6S28 Programmable Gain Amplifiers offer 1, 2, 6 or 8 input channels respectively and eight steps of gain. These devices are programmable over an SPI bus and thus add gain control and input channel selection to the embedded control system. This is all achieved...
MCP6N11 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The MCP6N11 single instrumentation amplifier is optimized for single-supply operation with rail-to-rail input and output performance. Two external resistors set the gain, minimizing gain error and drift over temperature. The supply voltage range of 1.8V to 5.5V is low enough to support many...
2942658 Digi-Key Phoenix Contact Relays RELAY MODULE DIN RAIL 1PDT 24V
2964461 Digi-Key Phoenix Contact Relays RELAY MODULE DIN RAIL 1PST 120V
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    Linear rails come in basically two types, round and square. The criteria for choosing one over the other is no different. than choosing any other machine component; spec out the. design, defi ne the system's objectives, and work from past. successes and mistakes.
  • New Test Facility Mimics Rail Car "Humping "
    cars it simulates. Over 400 ft of reinforced concrete supports equipment used to absorb the impact from a 30,000-lb test car and up to a 12,000-lb payload. The car can accommodate packages (payloads) to 15-ft long, 9-ft wide, and 12-ft, 9-in. high. A 200-hp, variable-speed motor mounts on the head
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    Transit ridership did indeed rise slightly last year when gas prices went to the moon, but the increase was a meager 3.4% over the year before. The effect on traffic congestion was insignificant. Adding high-speed trains to the mix is unlikely to change things. For proof, says O'Toole, look at Europe
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    is learning the fundamental qualities of each type and adopting those most relevant to the application. Round-rail technology has been honed to near perfection over the past 60 years and square profile rails have been around a respectable 35. Most of the inherent design problems have long been ironed out
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    moving carriage. Many applications require independent control over multiple moving elements and the ability to travel around curves. Now, new servomotor designs let motion-control engineers design straight and curved motion paths. The PackTrak system is a direct-drive, movingmagnet linear
  • Letters - 06/05/08
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  • Military Develops Electric Slingshot
    part of the Navy 's project to arms its ships with this new type of weapon. Over the next decade, the Navy plans to deploy newer ships that generate significantly more electricity. The Arleigh Burke Class destroyers, for example, were first deployed in 1991 and carry 7.5 MW of electrical generating
  • Remote Communication with a Train via GPS
    CAS DataLoggers recently supplied the datalogging solution for a major sugar cane grower using a wireless radio link to communicate with a sugar train running on an extensive rail network around the plant. Over time the customer had experienced breakdowns in their communications links which led

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