Today's world is moving faster than ever before and the demand for increased speed in connectivity solutions has never been greater. Fortunately, Arrow and TE Connectivity (TE) are here to help pick up the pace. Fast.
Residential, restaurants and retail; shopping malls and showrooms; hospitals and hospitality, atriums and airports—no matter what your space, Cree LED modules can significantly reduce the Lighting Power Density (LPD) without compromising quality of light.
Residential, restaurants and retail; shopping malls and showrooms; hospitals and hospitality, atriums and airports—no matter what your space, Cree LED modules can significantly reduce the Lighting Power Density (LPD) without compromising quality of light. Specify Cree LED modules with the lumen output you need to simplify your design process and achieve consistent, full-spectrum lighting for your space.
Swissbit X-500 products optionally include enhanced methods for secure and fast user data erase (data sanitizing / purge). All user data and firmware internal buffer blocks (used for garbage collection etc.) will be erased.
The Honeywell HMR3400 is a digital compass solution designed for use in navigation and precision pointing applications. Honeywell’s magnetoresistive sensor technology is coupled with a MEMS accelerometer to provide a miniature, reliable tilt-compensated electronic compass.
Extreme testing under VITA 72 led to an enhancement of the contact for MULTIGIG RT 2 connectors for VITA 46 VPX applications. The new MULTIGIG RT 2-R connector offers unprecedented ability to withstand vibration and mating cycles.
Today’s industrial control engineers and installers need to save space in the cabinet and reduce installation time. They need connection technology that is smaller, faster, safer and error-free, all at a lower cost. As manufacturers look for new ways to reduce costs, this trend even applies to industrial relays.
There’s been a lot of talk about how large the market is for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M), but there seems to be a shortage of practical and useful information around how one really goes about developing and deploying a winning intelligent System.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is defined in different ways, and it encompasses many aspects of life – from connected homes and cities to connected cars and roads to devices that track an individual’s behavior and use the data collected for “push” services.