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PLT Survey

Webinar to look at wearables

Virtual event hosted by EP&T on June 24 at 1:00am EDT

IBM Canada to open Office in Downtown Toronto

2,000+ positions opened for hiring – technology and services skills in AI, hybrid cloud and security in demand

Nexperia invests $700M to boost production capacity

New technologies, laboratories and people reflect confidence in the resurgent semi market
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Interpower® NEMA & IEC Standardized Outdoor Outlets!

Interpower assembles Outdoor Outlets that conform to International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 60529 standards (Section 4.2), and National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) 250 standards (Table A-1: Conversion Of NEMA Enclosure Type Ratings To IEC 60529 Enclosure Classification Designations) that bear an Ingress Protection (IP) rating that is internationally recognized for “sealing” properties of electrical equipment from elements such as dust, water, and insertable objects such as tools. IP ratings have a two-digit code. The first digit of the code indicates the degree that persons are protected against contact with moving parts, and the degree that equipment is protected against solid foreign material intruding into an enclosure. This rating has a range from 0-6, with “0” being no special protection and “6” being dust-tight. Three (3) would mean the outlet is protected from tools and wires.

The second digit indicates the degree of protection of the outlet against the harmful entry of moisture such as humidity, rain, or water jets. The range of scale runs from 0-9, with “0” indicating no special protection and “9” indicating the outlet is protected against high-pressure spraying and steam-jet cleaning. Three (3) indicates protection against sprayed water, and “8” is protection from total submersion in water. >> Learn more

Considerations when planning your printed electronic circuit

Creating a custom HMI solution for your application » Read More
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Wearables Webinar


June 24, 2021 at 1:00pm

From sensors embedded in fabrics to textile computing, wearable technologies are fast becoming commonplace in our everyday lives. The emergence of this electronic design sector speaks for itself, as consumers continue to gain trust in having their bodies live in harmony with electronics. EP&T Magazine will host a panel of experts in the field of wearable electronics to discuss some of the current trends in this broad category. This includes everything from ‘hearables’ and smart rings, to futuristic proof of concept devices that are on the consumer doorstep. >> Register now

Low phase noise oscillators come in industry standard packages

WüRTH ELEKTRONIK IQD brand IQXO-408 & IQXO-455 low phase noise oscillators are available in industry standard packages » Learn more

Atomic force microscopes are easy-to-use

AFM100 Plus Atomic Force Microscopes (AFM) systems deliver ease of use and enhanced reliability for high-throughput R&D » Learn more

Tiny photocouplers serve industrial automation

RENESAS RV1S9231A 2.5A output and RV1S9207A 0.6A output IGBT drivers and RV1S9209A active high output IPM driver come in low-profile LSSO5 packages » Learn more

Micro-miniature interface adds flexibility with cable options

AMPHENOL RF MMCX connector series high-performance series includes additional cable assembly options. » Learn more
Coming Events 

NI Connect

DATE: July 27 - 28 » Read More