Products & Services

See also: Categories | Featured Products | Technical Articles | More Information
Page: 1 2 3 Next

Conduct Research Top

  • Designing Enclosures to Fit PCB's (.pdf)
    Many electrical designers are familiar with the principles of designing and procuring printed circut boards (PCB's) But what about designing the enclosure that perfectly accommodates those printed circuit boards?
  • Medical Device Link .
    PCB-Level Shielding Technology for Today's Medical Wireless World A thermoformed, metallized plastic shielding offers an alternative to gasketing and metallic shielding enclosures. Portable handheld wireless devices used in today's medical applications feature smaller form factors that weigh less
  • Every Millimeter Counts:Right-Sizing for Instrument Cases (.pdf)
    the PCB. This prevents the OEM from having to drill into the bottom of the enclosure. The mounting panel easily mounts into the bottom of the enclosure and sits up about ¼ inch off of the enclosure floor - allowing clearance for nuts, bolts, etc. For quick assembly time, the PCB can be. mounted
  • Medical Device Link .
    next-generation designs require shielding of 6 -10 individual cavities on the printed circuit board (PCB). The EMI gasket and shield cover approach can work better for multicavity designs, providing the following benefits when compared with soldered enclosures: When using the EMI gasket and shield cover approach
  • Customer Spotlight - Custom Serial Isolation Board
    were not isolated. In a very short time frame, Sealevel designed a custom board that isolated these signals and routed them to the connectors mounted in the system enclosure via ribbon cables. A custom PCB was developed that inputs the non-isolated signals via header connectors. The signals pass
  • Cool LEDs, Thanks to CFD
    mounted on a 6-cmdiameter PCB cylinder. Each LED dissipates 2 W, and their maximum operating temperature is 105 C. A power supply in the enclosure has a maximum operating temperature of 70 C. The relatively small size of the housing (11 x 8 x 8 cm) and its close proximity to the ceiling complicated
  • Medical Device Link . Electromagnetic Compatibility in Microcontroller Applications Combining a number of options can reduce electromagnetic interference at the integrated-circuit level.
    interference (EMI) is usually addressed at the printed circuit board (PCB) and system levels. However, as frequencies increase for ICs, achieving EMC at the microcontroller level is becoming much more important. This article presents a number of recommendations for suppressing EMI at the chip level. Using

More Information Top

Lock Indicates content that may require registration and/or purchase. Powered by IHS Goldfire