MEMS Accelerometers Enable Early Detection of
EMI Shielding Metalized Fabric Gaskets for Connectors
Next Generation 5.7-Inch LCD Modules for Industrial
Analog Devices, Inc. announces three-axis, MEMS
accelerometers that perform high resolution vibration
measurement with very low noise to enable the early
detection of structural defects via wireless sensor
networks. The low-power consumption of the new
ADXL354 and ADXL355 accelerometers lengthens
battery life and allows extended product usage by
reducing the time between battery changes. The low-noise performance of the ADXL354 and ADXL355 with
low-power consumption makes it now possible to
cost-effectively enable low-level vibration measurement
applications such as Structural Health Monitoring (SHM).
Additionally, the tilt stability of the accelerometers delivers excellent repeatability
over temperature and time, which is ideal for orientation and navigation systems in
unmanned aerial vehicles using Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs) and inclinometers.
For more information, visit analog.com.
Tech-Etch offers Metalized Fabric over
Elastomer Gaskets as standard strips
with seven different profiles, Standard
D-Connectors to shield most 9-pin
through 50-pin connectors, and custom
configurations die cut to customer
specifications. Strips come in many
standard sizes for the following profiles:
Square, Rectangular, Flat, D, C-Fold,
Knife-Edge, and Dome. Ideal for telecom
and computer applications, D-Connector
Gaskets are offered in five standard sizes
with multiple material thicknesses for each size. All gaskets have compression set
values of less than 3 percent and are RoHS compliant. Nickel plating over a highly
conductive copper substrate provides the excellent electrical characteristics necessary
for shielding effectiveness of greater than 100 dB attenuation. Installation is simple and
fast with Stick-on mounting.
For more information, visit tech-etch.com.
Tianma NLT USA announces the introduction
of six new 5.7-inch TFT LCD modules
developed by NLT Technologies, Ltd.
for industrial display applications: four
with VGA resolution and two with QVGA
resolution. The six new LCDs feature a
built-in LED driver board, wide operating
temperature range (- 30 to +80 Celsius),
high-contrast ratio of 900:1, and excellent
display performance in various environments
where industrial equipment is used. The new
products are interchangeable as they have the same module outline and the same
mounting hole positions. Five of the new displays have CMOS interfaces, while one
of the VGA offerings has an LVDS interface.