Due to high processing speeds and increasing power losses in electronic devices thermal problems have a significant participation in the event of a system failure. Therefore heat dissipation in the environment of a thermal management is an important aspect. A heatsink is a mechanical part which is connected to an electronic device which produces heat thermally conductive. It is destined and designed for dissipating heat from a device. Heatsinks, also called cooling profiles or cooling plates are in its original, classic form so-called extruded profiles, which means that the profile is made of a special, good thermal conductive aluminum whose metal parts are made in the extrusion process.Read More
The Geyer app Y-Quartz has been developed to help Engineers to select the right quartz crystal for a circuit.
It is simple to use and free of charge and can be downloaded for the Goolge play store.Read More
Electrical equipment used in medical technology must not place patients or medical staff in danger. This, in turn, requires that designing safe equipment starts at the point where the power is supplied. Power connectors and power entry modules with or without a power-line filter must fulfill the requirements of the base standard for medical electrical equipment, IEC/UL 60601-1.Read More
The CUS200M is suited to applications where audible noise cannot be tolerated, including hospital, dental, broadcast and professional audio equipment. The power supplies operate from an 85 to 265VAC input and are available with 12,18,24 or 48V nominal outputs.
This video shows how quickly you can assemble the Han food and beverage connector Insert in the Han food and beverage hood/housing. The Han® F+B Insert can be assembled in the Han® F+B without any tools.Read More
Optimal manufacturing requires maximum usage of the available production time. This applies to the food industry with it origins in process/processing technology as well as in packaging areas. Industrial food processing can have significant downtime that exceeds 400 hours annually in some cases, which results in significant lost operating costs. These breakdowns can lead to delivery delays, and subsequent backlogs of orders. It often takes many interventions by management, re-planning processes or even changes in the distribution schedule to clean up the interruption's impact.
So minimal downtimes are a crucial factor for company profitability. The fundamental time eaters are unplanned breakdowns, but planned maintenance, set-up times and cleaning (Cleaning in Place – CIP – and Cleaning of Place – COP) also reduce system availability. The system shutdown associated with a maintenance hour can cost from 5,000 to 50,000 EUR, depending on the utilization.Read More
The connector for the food and beverage industry.
Hartings's rugged new Han F+B connector series brings modular user-configurable connectivity with IP69K protection to the splash zone in food and beverage production. They are the first connectors designed for the food industry.
These versatile FDA 21 approved circular connectors are made of non-toxin, high performance PP plastic and offer excellent chemical, heat ans cold resistance, and are resistant to Ecolab certified cleaning agents.Read More