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MCP661DM-LD Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided mount test points provided for this purpose. Other Requirements: Dual lab power supply N/A. Sine wave generator and oscilloscope, or network analyzer N/A. Kit Contains: Assembled printed circuit board, 102-00270. Important Information “Read First...
11730A PLC Radwell Hewlett Packard Test Equipment, Leads/Probes POWER SENSOR CABLE
11730A PLC Radwell Agilent Test Equipment, Leads/Probes POWER SENSOR CABLE
9130RS232C Digi-Key B&K Precision Test and Measurement 9130 W/RS232 CABLE

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  • The Importance of Oil Resistant Cables
    of the plasticizers along with colorant from the insulation and jacket. Industry Oil Exposure Tests. TENSILE AND ELONGATION TEST METHODS. Let us assume, for example, that the cable jacket of your product is going to be tested for compliance to UL Oil Res II. Tensile and Elongation tests must
  • Medical Device Link . Benchtop EMC Testing Techniques for Medical Equipment Using loop probes to help test devices for electromagnetic compatibility saves costly redesign and complements open area and chamber tests.
    for Medical Equipment Using loop probes to help test devices for electromagnetic compatibility saves costly redesign and complements open area and chamber tests. Scott Roleson A design may seem perfect; however, when electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) performance hasn't been considered, too often
  • Identifying Tray Cables for Your Next Installation
    . 600V Power and Control Tray Cable. Cables that are identified as Type TC are. Cables that are listed TC-ER pass strin-. defined by UL 1277, and their use is governed gent crush and impact tests, allowing. by NEC Articles 336. Type TC (tray cables) them to be used in “Exposed Runs” when
  • Molded Cables: What You Need To Know
    and the plastic is injected into the cavity that surrounds the cable terminal or connector interface.”. What results from this process are quality molded cables that can stand the test of time. Kinzalow adds, “People use these protective molded cables every day when they grip the plastic on their headphone jacks
  • Thermocouple Extension Cable
    The leading supplier to Puerto Rican & Carribean power and process instrumentation industries came to us looking for a continuous 2.5 mile thermocouple extension cable to test the conditions of water surrounding a nuclear power plant. Because of the rigorous testing conditions the cable had
  • Medical Device Link . Spotlight on Cables and Connectors
    than 50 years' experience producing x-ray tubes in nominal voltages ranging from 50,000 to 450,000 V recently launched a low-noise 75-kV cable. EMDM: Spotlight on Cables and Connectors (May/June 2000). Skip to : [Content] [Navigation]. Medical Device Link. The Online Information Source for the Medical
  • 7 cable management mistakes to avoid
    caught on one another and bind together, cable jacket wear can be significantly increased. There is also more chance of Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) when power cables and data cables are positioned close together. As a rule, we recommend you space power and data cables as far apart as possible
  • Cable Glands for Full EMI Protection
    braid at the connecting points. Q: Can a data cable with a peak operating voltage of 250 V be used to connect a device with a mains voltage of 230 V?. A: No! This could easily result in fires or lethal electric shocks! Data network cables and power cables are subject to completely different design

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