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The Human-machine interface is still one of the limiting factors in electronic design, with switch manufacturers seeking new and innovative ways to provide control without compromising performance or reliability. With such a wide range of requirements, electromechanical offers so many exciting opportunities. In this Tech Hub, we take a look at some of the most interesting trends in the electronics market.

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robert_davies

Electromechanical

September 28, 2018 15:52

Designing Emergency Stop solutions for space critical applications

We see large E Stop’s on all sorts of machinery and equipment, where there is plenty of space to fit in the foolproof e-mech mechanisms needed to meet safety regulations - but what about space critical applications like handheld controllers?

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robert_davies

Electromechanical

September 28, 2018 15:12

EAO industrial switch solutions for harsh environments

Are your electrical controls under attack? Designing controls for equipment in industries such as chemical processing, mineral extraction, food processing, textiles and leather production? You know the problems - EAO Series 45 may have the solution.

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Electromechanical

October 18, 2018 08:13

Powerful Performance under Pressure – Fans for Inverter Drive Cooling

To meet the need to reduce energy consumption variable speed drives are used to match supply with demand. Frequency Inverters can achieve this however size restraints, high power density and efficiency losses mean that forced cooling is required.

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Electromechanical

October 18, 2018 08:04

Fan Types - Why Choose a Tangential fan

Tangential fans are also known as cross-flow fans. Used extensively in the past for electronic cooling, they are now mainly used for applications that require a wide curtain of air. Find out how they work and where they can be used...

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Electromechanical

October 16, 2018 15:16

Mechatronics a multi-disciplined approach to engineering

Here we discuss how the Mechatronic approach delivers benefit to many of today's engineering issues.

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Electromechanical

October 1, 2018 14:30

ALPS RKJXV joysticks the worldwide criteria for gamepads

With lever return, 360 input range, and high reliability, ALPS joysticks are ideal for tactile input across a wide range of products, and provide a best in class user experience.

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Electromechanical

September 28, 2018 15:52

Designing Emergency Stop solutions for space critical applications

We see large E Stop’s on all sorts of machinery and equipment, where there is plenty of space to fit in the foolproof e-mech mechanisms needed to meet safety regulations - but what about space critical applications like handheld controllers?

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Electromechanical

September 28, 2018 15:12

EAO industrial switch solutions for harsh environments

Are your electrical controls under attack? Designing controls for equipment in industries such as chemical processing, mineral extraction, food processing, textiles and leather production? You know the problems - EAO Series 45 may have the solution.

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Electromechanical

September 14, 2018 10:47

Using the Natural Environment to Manage Heat Loads - The Case for Free Cooling

For sensible heat loads, using the local ambient air with some provisions for moisture and particulate protection, can provide adequate all year round free cooling without the extra power requirements a mechanical cooling system

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Electromechanical

June 15, 2018 09:52

Fan Types - Why Choose an Mixed Flow / Diagonal Fan

When an axial fan does not produce enough puff to overcome the resistance to flow and a backward curved fan does not deliver the volume flow required, a mixed flow / diagonal fan can provide a quiet and efficient solution.

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