A case study of how Dell and 3M engineers brought to life Dell’s PowerEdge™ C4130 rack server using 3M’s assembly-ready, low-profile PCIe Twin Axial cabling.
A look at touch-based technologies including projected, resistive, surface capacitive, infrared, SAW and optical imaging.
This article provides an overview of evaluation and developments associated with 8-bit microcontrollers from Microchip, Texas Instruments, and NXP.
Explore products and approaches that use shielding and ground planes to prevent spurious signal interference and ultimately minimize RF interference.
The commercial lighting sector is becoming more complex as new lighting sources are introduced and people's expectations of what they can do grow.
The ever-improving functionality of modern smartphones, pods, tablets, and PCs is a testament to the designer's ability to do more in less space. However, as silicon geometries get smaller, sensitivity to noise can get higher.
With switches and buttons, linear or rotary potentiometers driven by wheels and sliders, industrial control panels were mechanical playgrounds.
With more computing power available in the industrial environment, there are many more options for the human interface to machines.
It is easy to think of touchscreens as the most important part of the human/machine interface in modern industrial control.
Even a single solar panel tied into a building's electrical supplies requires some specialized wiring components specific to photovoltaic technology.
Touch sensing screens have added a lot of functionality to handheld devices. They can also save your (battery) life.