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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
SMART1500 Global Industrial Tripp Lite Not Provided Tripp Lite Smart1500 1500va Ups Smart Pro Tower Line-Interactive 6 Outlet
SMART1050 Global Industrial Tripp Lite Not Provided Tripp Lite Smart1050 1050va Ups Smart Pro Tower Line-Interactive 120v 6 Outlets
SMART1500 Digi-Key Tripp Lite Line Protection, Distribution, Backups BATT BACKUP 980W W/CDROM SOFTWR
SMART1500 Allied Electronics, Inc. TRIPP LITE Not Provided UPS; 1500 VA; 980 W; 120 VAC (Output); 120; 12 A (Max.) Input/1070 W; 60 Hz
SMART1500 Newark / element14 TRIPP-LITE Not Provided TRIPP-LITE - SMART1500 - UPS; 120V; 980W
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    Do people value the new generation of smart features built into today's autos? The first annual Smart Ride competition attempted to find out. At Dana Corp.'s Technical Resource Park, Smart Ride participants put vehicles through a variety of driving scenarios designed to show how smart features
  • Smart and small
    Get ready for actuators that can fit into smaller spaces, react more quickly, and save weight thanks to smart materials. "We 've come to the determination that there 's no limit to how lazy people can be, " an auto-industry insider said recently. Drivers and passengers want more control
  • Case Study - Reseller Partners with Tripp Lite to Protect a Louisiana School District
    Tripp Lite's Smart UPS systems keeps a school districts equipment running, even during power outages.
  • Enter the smart zone
    installation, and reduces number of parts. It complies with VDMA and IP 66 standards and is interchangeable with other VDMA actuators that have a 32 to 100-mm bore. The Smart cylinder has stroke lengths of up to 1 meter with a top speed of 1.5 m/sec. Diagnostics in the fieldbus system tell
  • Modeling smart assemblies
    Intelligent modeling software makes building complicated assemblies a snap. If the red component in this smart assembly moves, the vertical pipe will change its length to keep everything aligned. Care must be taken when setting the conditions for the assembly. However, modelers that can "flip mates
  • Smart Computing Article - Booting Up
    February 2000 Vol.4 Issue 1 Add To My Personal Library How To Handle Startup Snags When your computer churns and grinds each time you turn it on, it is telling you the boot process has begun. When you power-up or reboot your PC, the first thing it does is wake up all its components and programs
  • Smart Computing Article - Share A Dial-Up Connection
    August 2006 Vol.10 Issue 5 Page(s) 74-75 in print issue Add To My Personal Library In spite of the prevalence of broadband (cable or DSL [Digital Subscriber Line]) connectivity today, the fact remains many PC users still rely on trusty ol dial-up connectivity to access the Internet. If you
  • Smart Computing Article - RDRAM Picks Up The Pace
    RDRAM Picks Up The Pace January 2000 Vol.8 Issue 1 Add To My Personal Library RDRAM Picks Up The Pace Direct Rambus Dynamic Random-Access Memory Ready For Streaming Video & Advanced Graphics If you think your computer is fast today, just imagine what it will be able to do tomorrow with Direct

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