O-Ring evaluation assembly for MS5837 Series (02BA to 30BA)
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LVDTs (Linear Variable Differential Transformers) are extremely robust, linear position/displacement transducers; inherently frictionless, they have a virtually infinite cycle life when properly used.
An LVDT, is a transducer that converts a linear displacement or position from a mechanical reference (or zero) into a proportional electrical signal containing phase (for direction) and amplitude information (for distance).
Automotive infotainment designs must provide adequate power protection over an increasingly broad range of voltages, currents and temperatures.
With one or two poles and maximum contact ratings from 3A to 16A, low power PC board relays meet a range of switching requirements within intelligent buildings.
Tyco Electronics inductive systems are ready to offer you any LF-application component required in the automotive branche.
As a result of consumer concern regarding battery safety, the Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association (CTIA), in partnership with leading cellular network operators, has developed a program that helps cell/battery pack and handset manufacturers raise safety and quality levels.
TE Connectivity's integrated overcurrent/overvoltage protection solutions for telephony equipment
This application note describes an amplification circuit for temperature-compensated pressure sensors.
The Embedded DC Accelerometers family of accelerometers can be ordered in various standard configurations.
How have TE Connectivity technologies aided the tactical communications of the warfighter?
VDSL (very-high-speed digital subscriber line) technology is similar to the well-know ADSL, and facilitates the delivery of the information at speeds of up to 52 Mb/s.
Adding ESD protection to HDMI, even at 3.4 GHz, just became easier
One-50,000th the diameter of a human hair, but 50 times stronger than steel, carbon nanotubes have the potential to revolutionise aerospace engineering.
As the sophistication and capabilities of UAVs evolve, engineers need to pay greater attention to end-to-end connectivity to avoid performance bottlenecks.
For designers of embedded computer systems in military and aerospace applications, "more" means higer processing speeds.
Heat-shrink tubing has been a staple in the electronics industry for more than 50 years.
Signal relays have expanded well beyond the telecommunication applications for which they were initially designed.
High power PC board relays, metering relays and solar relays are some of the workhorses of the general purpose relay family, switching loads up to 80A.