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Dist r ibut io n Mouser Presents USB Type-C Charging


Hub Reference Design Mansfield, TX — Mouser Electronics presents a new USB Type-C charging hub reference design from Qorvo and Cypress Semiconductor to help engineers speed their design and development time. The reference design includes the Qorvo ACT4751 DC-DC buck converter and a Cypress EZ-PD™ CCG3PA USB Type-C and power delivery (PD) controller. The products and reference design support applications that include PC and tablet power adapters, smartphone and mobile chargers, vehicle chargers, and power banks. Web: www.mouser.com


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Technica U.S.A. Austin, TX — Critical Manufacturing, an ASMPT company, has appointed Tech- nica U.S.A. as its company representative in the states of California, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Montana, and Wyoming. The two companies believe that the relationship is synergistic and will benefit customers in the western United States. Technica strives to be a resource that provides access to the latest products, designs and information required to remain competitive in today’s technologically advanced marketplace. Critical Manufacturing’s augmented MES helps electronics manufacturers to upgrade process capability, manage capacity and quality, and driving down costs. Web: www.technica.com


New Yorker Stocks CDE’s New


AC Harmonic Filter Capacitors Northvale, NJ — New Yorker Electronics is now distributing the newly en- hanced Cornell Dubilier PC series of AC harmonic filter capacitors. Cornell Du- bilier has extended the capabilities of the series, including a new 85A rms rat- ing and numerous other enhancements. Type PC capacitors are designed to meet the demands of filter applications rich in system total harmonic distortion (THD). This series has a dual-protection system with self-healing metallized polypropylene and a mechanical pressure interrupter to ensure a safe open cir- cuit mode in the event of overload of end of life. Web: www.newyorkerelectronics.com


Allied Adds 360° Images for 32,000


Products Online Fort Worth, TX — Allied Electronics & Automation is now offering 360°, high-res- olution images for more than 32,000 industrial control, sensing, switching, and cir- cuit protection products on its website. The new images allow customers to view products from all angles and zoom in to see precise details before buying, improv- ing compatibility and ensuring that what customers see online is exactly what they receive when the product is delivered. With help from its partner Snap36, Al- lied built an in-house photo studio equipped with robotic cameras and an automat- ic workflow to scale the availability of this new product imagery. Web: www.alliedelec.com


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VersaCall USA Dallas, TX — Southwest Systems Technology, Inc., (SST) is now representing VersaCall USA. VersaCalls systems help manufacturers to visualize, measure and time their production, allowing them to make smart decisions to improve it. VersaCall system packages include connectivity to manual workstations or automatic machines, and they include all relevant standard report templates. Each version is available either with self contained hardware, or as a software- only package that runs on existing IT infrastructure in the factory. Web: www.swsystems.com


CheckSum Test Solutions Signs


with Adaptsys Arlington, WA — CheckSum has partnered with Adaptsys Group to sell its full range of in-circuit test solutions, including parallel functional test, to the Euro- pean market. Adaptsys, a major distributor to the electronics manufacturing mar- ket in Europe has built a successful track record of supporting customers with in- novative solutions. CheckSum is a supplier of automated test systems. With thou- sands of test systems installed globally, CheckSum is relied on by major electron- ics manufacturers to deliver value by reducing test times with parallel test sys- tems that combine in-circuit test, in-system programming and functional test. Web: www.checksum.com


Heilind Offers Hirose Terminal Blocks


Wilmington, MA — Heilind Electronics is now stocking Hirose’s ZERO SCREW EF2 series terminal blocks. The spring-loaded terminal blocks allow cables to be connected to electrical equipment, without the use of screws. The single-action connection design simply requires pushing a ring terminal into the connector. The terminal blocks are well-suited for a wide range of hard-to-access applications. Web: www.heilind.com


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