Measurement and test equipment and power supplies on the latest state of the art and in the smallest space housed compact elabo solutions look like. Measurement and test equipment and power supplies on the latest state of the art and in the smallest space housed compact elabo solutions look like. In the new edition of the electronic catalogue products are presented in detail, which “are inserted into the table Assembly systems, 3HE, 6HEoder 19. Thus Messungenschnell and be carried out directly on or over the top. The variety of products include also soldering stations or compressed air supplies. In addition to individual components, elabo presents solutions, for example a Motorenprufplatz also in the new edition of the catalog highly complex. Also the presentation of the virtual test labs is special. As the first manufacturer of electro – lab workstation elabo introduced the Ethernet interface technologies on the market and now represents over 25 devices in the catalog, diebereits with the new interface are available.
This allows developers to create extremely scalable solutions that require much less parts with perfect adaptation to the desired application. The IO-Link firmware modules from MESCO offer the developer an IO Link interface-full access to all features and services that are defined in the IO-link specification version 1.0. The firmware also supports features such as service PDU, Interleave mode and the direct diagnosis of differentiated information. Due to the modular design, optimized for the AVR architecture, the library can be adapted to the existing space and allows a rapid implementation of application-specific commands. The TM96. 0-A reference design comes with a demo application of IO-Link firmware from MESCO. For the development of IO-link products is a TM96.
0 evaluation and debugging Board available, that all necessary connections and the firmware library of MESCO is equipped with. Optionally, the client can also purchase required source code. Developers who opt for this solution, take advantage of proven, tested and continuously developed IO-Link firmware compatibility with existing field bus systems, which significantly shortens the time-to-market and reduced development risks. Ingar Fredriksen, AVR product marketing director at Atmel notes: “we are very pleased with the cooperation with HMT and MESCO engineering, which we are positioning our AVR family as a microcontroller of choice for the development of IO-Link-enabled products. The customer benefits from HMT’s expertise in mixed-signal ICs and ASIC for industrial sensors, as well as from MESCO’s experience in the field of industrial communication and, in particular, their work in the field of the IO-Link standardization. The combination of the innovative and small HMT PHY IC with the compact and efficient AVR controllers, as well as the tried and tested software library of MESCO is a real plus for all sensor and Aktorhersteller, which after a integrated and reliable IO-Link solution search, which is fraught with low system cost. AVR products are offered in several versions in terms of pinning, storage and functions.
The small, handy switcher will cost only 30,-EUR, needs no extra power connector and is now available at ViTecco.de. Thus, ViTecco expands its comprehensive range of HDMI devices to another device. ViTecco is an owner-managed medium-sized company, which was founded in 1968 as Eicke & Bemmerer by naming donors and has since specialized in the fields of electronics development, manufacture and distribution of video accessory products for the entertainment, the video presentation and technical television. Due to the own development and production we are capable of market-oriented products, as well as to deliver high-quality quality and by our end-of-life support also Decades (!) to secure..
The most common software in this area is the NFive CardFive vision, providing a special version depending on the option, by the simple figures up to the contactless encoding. The printing of plastic cards printer is in principle very similar at almost all plastic card printers the printing process, the plastic card is passed at the same time with a Ribbon on a thermal print head. Due to the heat given off by the print head, the color of the Ribbon will be transferred to the card. The resolution is 300 dpi (300 dots per inch or 11.8 dots per mm) with plastic cards printing. Pictures and graphics that are printed on a plastic card printer, should have therefore a resolution of 300 dpi, because the pressure is otherwise not optimal.
Depending on the desired quality and application there with card printer printing methods differ. Thermal transfer personalizes usually pre-printed plastic cards monochrome (monochrome) with the thermal transfer method. This is the color of the Ribbon (monochrome) on the map “transferred”. This is usually the at high amounts of pressure Case. Plastic cards are produced in offset printing with the same layout and personalized by a monochrome card printer to place directly.
Benefits: lower costs, less waste – disadvantages: Offsetkarten have usually a delivery time of 3 weeks, not as flexible. Thermal sublimation are the Thermosublimations procedure multi Zon-ribbons after the YMCK set of colors used. The map to be printed is passed several times with the respective color area on the print head. The color is evaporated in increments directly on the map (sublimated). So, a high colour depth with up to 16 million colours on the map is displayed. Usually comes a final clear overlay used, that makes the successful card printing permanently stable. It protects the printed plastic card against mechanical abrasion and makes printing UV resistant.