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  • Application: Function PCB Testers Use Reed Relays
    Functional PCB testers are in some cases, up to 20 layers thick, requiring 1000s of test points for functional verification. Because of size restrictions, isolation, relatively fast acting and good RF characteristics, reed relays are often chosen as the testing switch.
  • Switch Tips: Lead-free solders and electromechanical switches
    North America, the EU, and Japan are trying to eliminate lead from the printed-circuit-board (PCB) assembly process. Specifically, eliminating lead from soldering will and is having a huge impact on the manufacture of PCBs and components. The two leading candidates for a lead-free solder are tin
  • Mobile Device Manufactured to Operate in Harsh Environments
    A leading global provider of innovative portable detection solutions chose Epec to supply products that would help them protect people and properties from hazardous gas leaks. They were in search of a supplier for printed circuit boards, a membrane switch with a polyimide flexible PCB and a custom
  • ANI-002: Synthesizer Evaluation Board Application Note
    The Synthesizer Evaluation Kit is designed for evaluating M/A-COM's synthesizers. The kit consists of two PCB assemblies, a data cable and the software to program the synthesizer. The motherboard supplies a clean, regulated voltage level to the VCO and PLL of the synthesizer and buffers the DATA
  • Digital Multimeter Smart Tweezers FAQ
    is better then 1%. 3. Can Smart Tweezers be used on a PCB?. Yes, if you know the circuit and understand how it works. It can also be used for voltage measurements in a working circuit to debug it. By measuring a voltage drop on a resistor (resistance value can be also measured using Smart Tweezers
  • Introduction to Capacitive Sensing
    AN1101 Introduction to Capacitive Sensing A SHORT HISTORY Author: Tom Perme Microchip Technology Inc. While capacitive sensing has been around for more than 50 years, it is becoming increasingly easier to implement and more popular. A classic example of a INTRODUCTION capacitive switch is the Touch

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