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Plug-in desktop power supplies for medical applications

Applications include single board computers, wireless communications, peripherals, portable equipment, tablets, smartphones, telecoms and networking equipment



Boosting design, test and simulation

Siemens shakes up electronic design with Mentor Graphics deal



Feed-through data connectors

Firewire, BNC and HDMI models now added to Cliff Electronics range of XLR Format range



Flexible connector provides PCB space savings

Molex Introduces NeoPress high-speed mezzanine system



World’s smallest 75W power supply series

Meet requirements of applications in the medical, computing, networking and industrial market segments, smart electricity grid technology and LED lightning systems



Connectors fill a power gap with a small footprint

Alleviate same circuit size cross-mating, optimise space savings and reduce terminal backout occurrences



Factory networking unites with IT

Like all marriages, that of fieldbus with IT and/or other fieldbuses is fraught with flare-ups and breakdowns, but ultimately both parties know they have no option but to try and make it work, asserts Boris Sedacca



Factory networking unites with IT

Like all marriages, that of fieldbus with IT and/or other fieldbuses is fraught with flare-ups and breakdowns, but ultimately both parties know they have no option but to try and make it work, asserts Boris Sedacca



Flash memory device offers increased reliability and manufacturability

Microchip introduces 64Mbit parallel Flash memory device on advanced process technology



Future of wireless could depend on software defined radios

Software defined radios have been talked about for a decade. But technological developments coupled with industry demand could see software programmable RF modules becoming the standard for any wireless connectivity



More communications options for industrial drives

Parker Hannifin's AC890 modular systems drive and AC890PX high-power modular drive can now be equipped with Ethernet/IP and Modbus/TCP cards



Battling for high definition wireless to run multiple television channels

Groups around the world are squaring up to provide gigabit data over wireless links in the home. Nick Flaherty reports



Economic use of millimetre wave radio technology

A start-up company aims to dramatically change the economics of millimetre wave technology, with some startling results



Securing industrial control systems against threat of cyber infection

We are all aware of the need to protect desktop computers from viruses and other malware, but what about industrial systems? Alistair Rae explains that these are generally less well protected, yet a malicious attack or an infection with malware can have devastating results. Fortunately there are ways to reduce the risks



New 85 Ohm addition to backplane connector system

Allows designers the flexibility of interchanging 100 Ohm and 85 Ohm signal modules based on system needs, says Molex



Prototyping hardware reduces development times

New Compactrio reconfigurable hardware from National Instruments will help engineers reduce development times and costs



Module simplifies implementation of Zigbee

A new module from IDC enables machine builders and OEMs to add Zigbee networking capability easily, quickly and cost-effectively



Revamps of power projects are now key to automation contracts

Although some greenfield power projects are still proceeding, revamps are dominating the project scene in 2009, especially migrations from old technology and the installation of self-organising wireless networks



Next-generation industrial firewall

Hirschmann says its Eagle20 industrial networking firewall meets all of the requirements for operating as a security router



Catalogue covers CC-Link components

The CC-Link Partners Association is offering a new catalogue that contains a broad range of CC-Link products from numerous manufacturers



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