A man-machine interface, combining membrane and rubber keypads into a single, customisable, dual technology keypad, has been introduced by Knitter-Switch.
Eaton has released the Durant E42A24M multifunction timer featuring an 11-pin base with two timed changeover outputs.
GE Fanuc has announced the AT2-5800 IP packet processor advanced TCA blade.
National Semiconductor has introduced what it claims is the industry’s first sensor signal path design tool that enables engineers to move from concept to simulation to prototyping common sensor solutions used in medical, industrial and high-end consumer products.
IMEC has developed a monolithically integrated 11 megapixel micro-mirror array for high-end industrial applications, claimed to be a world first both in terms of pixel density and reliability.
Heidelberg Instruments has selected Altium as its electronics design standard.
The Electronics Industry Association (EIA) has appointed Steve Adcock as its new CEO.
Interworld Electronics now carries a huge range of stainless steel panel-mount industrial keyboards, keypads, touchpads and trackballs specifically designed for kiosk and harsh environments.
Global electronic components market to be worth $169 billion by 2010, according to a report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.
CrispTech has announced the opening of a Sydney office, which will give the company a much greater ability to support the NSW marketplace with industrial communications products.
Mouser Electronics has expanded its portfolio of new data converters from Texas Instruments.
Mouser Electronics has announced its distribution agreement with Meder electronic has expanded to include the global marketplace.
Antenna Factor's WRT Series antenna is suited to applications that require an unobtrusive, tamper-resistant antenna solution, such as wireless vending, security, traffic or power equipment.
Startronics has merged with Sanminaâ€™s Australian operations. Startronics is owned by Pacific Equity Partners and Allen Capital Private Equity and is a leader in electronics manufacturing in Australia. Sanmina is a global electronics manufacturer listed on NASDAQ.
Newark, distributor of electronic components in America, has announced the launch of its operation based in Sydney, Australia.