Kemtron Beryllium copper spring finger stocks and contact gaskets
Kemtron Beryllium copper (BeCu) spring finger stocks and contact gaskets are manufactured by punching or etching thin BeCu strip which is pressed and formed into the required final shape and then heat treated to give it ‘memory’. Due to their high conductivity, BeCu gaskets provide good EMI / RFI shielding together with low closure force properties and are available in a number of plated finishes and mounting styles.
CamdenBoss CNMB DIN Rail enclosures
CamdenBoss CNMB DIN Rail enclosures, featuring a modular design. Terminal guards and top covers can be snap fitted for a quick and simple assembly. PCB's can be placed into the DIN rail enclosure in five different positions, allowing freedom of layout, depending on the space required.
Available in different lengths, the CNMB series is the ideal enclosures for DIN rail systems in a multitude of industries. Possible applications include, power breakers, HVAC, network interfaces, IoT devices, condition monitors and bus systems. The DIN rail clips located on the base of the plastic enclosures double up as surface mount lugs if required. Kits are available to order.
20W and 40W PCB Mount AC-DC Power Supplies for cost-sensitive applications
Series of PCB mount single output AC-DC power supplies that offer a convenient and cost-effective solution for modern domestic, Internet of Things (IoT), and industrial tech applications.
Complementing the previously released 3W, 5W and 10W models, the VCE20 and VCE40 series provide 20 and 40 Watts of power respectively and offer an encapsulated version as well as a lower cost open frame version, both of which are suited to PCB mounting. The compact (VCE20 – 63.5mm x 30.5mm x 21.8mm / VCE40 - 85.0mm x 35.1mm x 27.7mm) size and inclusion of PCB pins ensures ease of integration into designs, thereby safely interfacing mains power directly to the PCB. Their compact design features an integral EMC filter, hold-up capacitor and fuse, so no external components are required, giving a genuine space saving solution.
High Voltage Power Supplies for High Power Applications
The XP Glassman name has become synonymous with high reliability, dedication to technology development, lean manufacturing principles and customer support which is second to none within the power supply industry.
XP Glassman are able to offer a solution to most high voltage DC power supply requirements either from arguably the largest standard range of high voltage power supplies within the industry, or indeed by adjustment, modification or complete custom design and manufacture. Standard models include output voltages up to 500 kVDC with output power ratings up to 200 kW, all with our 3 year warranty
XP Power introduces rugged wide-range input 6/10W power modules for industrial and ITE applications
XP Power today introduced two new series of wide input range chassis and DIN rail mount DC-DC converters that offer simple and rapid installation into a wide variety of industrial and ITE applications.
The DTE06 and DTE10 DC-DC converters provide 6W and 10W of power and offer a 4:1 input range, giving a wide tolerance for fluctuating supplies. With nominal inputs of 12/24VDC and 24/48VDC the series cover inputs between 9.0VDC and 75.0VDC.
DIN Rail DC/DC Converterswith 15 + 30 W
MTM Power GmbH, the specialist for individual power supplies, offerswith the series HSDprimary switched DIN rail moduleswith DC input voltage. The devices offer an input voltage range of 20...72 VDC and allow efficient solutions for different applications where low power is needed. Due to the thermoselective vacuum encapsulation(EP 1 987 708, U.S. Patent No. 8,821,778 B2)the devices offer a best possible protection against dust and humidity and are especially robust against mechanical stresses like shock and vibration.
The LABEL•EYE® is a photoelectric sensor
The LABEL•EYE® is a photoelectric sensor designed specifically to sense labels on a roll. Since the LABEL•EYE® is a one-touch AUTOSET sensor and not the conventional "teach mode" sensor, set-up is simple. Position the gap between the labels directly under the sensor's sight guide and push the "Normal" or "Translucent" button. The sensor does the rest, adjusting itself to the perfect setting. Sensing labels has never been easier.