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ST-5S SMART TWEEZERS™ FOR ON-BOARD L/C/R MEASUREMENTS AND PCB TESTING

This intelligent measurement tool is a new type of handheld LCR meter that can quickly test, identify, and measure board-mounted surface-mount and leaded devices without the need to remove them from a circuit board. Saelig Company, Inc. has introduced the ST-5S Smart Tweezers™ for on-board inductance, capacitance, and resistance measurements and PCB testing.  The ST-5S tweezers are a …

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PHOTONIC CHIP STEERS LIGHT WITHOUT ANY MOVING PARTS

In search for a compact and reliable LiDAR solution, researchers from Yokohama National University in Japan have developed a waveguide-based photonic chip that takes a laser beam as an input and steers light beams over a wide range of selectable angles, without involving any moving parts, not even MEMS. by Julien Happich @ eenewseurope.com Their results …

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MINIATURE VERTICAL SIDE-ACTUATED DETECTION SWITCHES IDEAL FOR SAFETY APPLICATIONS

C&K’s FDSD and FDSE series are micro-mini, side-actuated detection switches suitable for applications which require vertical side detection. They are particularly useful for safety control applications, and for medical and consumer devices. An example of the use of these switches is in inhalers, where they detect the presence of a cartridge, activating the drug delivery process and confirming …

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MAKE A COMPATIBLE RASPBERRY PI CLONE – BUT YOUR PI MUST DIE

The world is awash with Raspberry Pi clones that boast fruity names, but those looking for a piece of the real thing will find their compatibility only goes so far. Shaky Linux distros abound and, with a few honourable exceptions, they are not for the faint-hearted. The reason that a market hasn’t emerged for fully-compatible …

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