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  • Long Stroke Probes (.pdf)
    QA Technology's .400 [10.16] series long-stroke 40 series probes are designed for use in dual-level (Functional/In-Circuit) test fixtures. The .400 [10.16] series long-stroke probes are easily mixed with their .250 [6.35] standard-stroke counterparts from same series. Long-stroke
  • Decreased Stroke Probes (.pdf)
    The decreased stroke (-D) option is designed for applications where a longer probe with a higher. spring force is required.
  • Teradyne Long-Stroke Interface Probes (.pdf)
    QA Technology's long-stroke interface probe, part number 100-PRG2441S, was designed to be used as a replacement probe for Teradyne's Test Station "LH" and "LX" test systems. This application notes details the probe and provides information regarding care.
  • (NewsTrends) Electronic Recordkeeping with the Stroke of a Pen (MDDI archive, Jan 05)
    Electronic Recordkeeping with the Stroke of a Pen Most devices involved in patient recordkeeping generate their data through scanning or keystroke entry. But is that the most appropriate and efficient way for all healthcare environments? Medical technology manufacturers and healthcare systems may
  • Ford's Power Stroke Diesel Increases Power and Torque and Meets Emission Standards
    A Cleaner, More-Powerful Diesel Engine The newest 6.4-liter Power Stroke Diesel from Ford boasts 350 hp at 3,000 rpm and 650 lb-ft of torque at only 2,000 rpm. It will be available on the company's 2011 Super Duty lineup, including the F-Series Super Duty truck and E-Series vans. Its features
  • Linear Actuators - Calculating Stroke Length And Force
    The first step in determining the size of a linear actuator needed to move a specific load requires the user to calculate translational force
  • Soft Actuators for Hard Applications
    Today's inflatable actuators deliver longer strokes - up to 2.5 in. - and many can exert uniform force over their entire stroke. For the right application - typically single-acting, repetitive, short strokes, where positional precision is not required there are many advantages
  • Medical Device Link .
    reach speeds up to 1425 strokes per minute over a stroke range of 0.5 to 1.5 in., while the two 60-tn presses max out at 1120 strokes per minute over a stroke range of 0.62 to 2 in. The company specializes in stamping metal thicknesses between 0.025
  • Energy - The Main Consideration for a Shock Absorber
    on each cycle. Equal volumes of expelled air will handle equal amounts of energy. Therefore, small diameters with long strokes can equal the energy capability of larger diameters with short strokes. The only difference is the rate at which the energy is dissipated relative to each increment of stroke.

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