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Cal Test Intros Fused Probe Body with Locking Tip Cover


Yorba Linda, CA — Cal Test Elec - tronics has introduced a new fused- DMM probe body, the CT4299 (indi- vidual colors) and the CT4300 (black and red pair). The fused probes easi- ly connect to 0.2 in. (4 mm) sheathed banana plug leads, which are in turn connected to a DMM or other device. Their small, compact bodies have


an internal, fast-acting, ceramic fuse, which can cut power in microseconds during a transient overvoltage event. This protects both pieces of equipment and personnel working in high-energy environments. The closer the fuse is to the test point the higher the level of protection. The fused probe is rated 1,000V


CAT III, 600V CAT IV, with its lock- ing tip cover in place, and 1,000V CAT II with the tip cover removed. The internal 500 mA fuse is easily replaced. With the locking tip cover in place, only 0.2 in. (4 mm) of the tip is exposed, reducing short circuit and arc-flash risks in high-energy CAT III and IV environments. The locking


tip covers require a tool, such as a small screwdriver to remove. In lower-energy CAT II environ- ments, removing the tip cover allows


CT4299 fused probes.


access to its standard 0.08 in. (2 mm) diameter and 0.8 in. (19 mm) length tip and to attach Cal Test’s 3900 series probe tip accessories — hook clip, standard alligator clip, spade lug, and extended tip. All greatly enhance


the utility of the fused probe. Contact: Cal Test Electronics,


22820 Savi Ranch Parkway, Yorba Linda, CA 92887 % 714-221-9330 fax: 714-921-9849 E-mail: info@caltestelectronics.com Web: www.caltestelectronics.com


WAGO’s Couplers and PLCs Pass Conformance Tests


Germantown, WI — WAGO’s latest line of Ethernet/IP couplers and PLCs have passed the ODVA EtherNet/IP conformance tests. ODVA’s confor- mance testing provides assurance that products built to the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) network requirements comply with those spec- ifications. CIP networks follow the Open


Systems Interconnection (OSI) model, which defines a framework for imple- menting network protocols in seven


layers: physical, data link, network, transport, session, presentation, and application. EtherNet/IP utilizes the CIP for its upper layers and is the only industrial Ethernet network that is proven, complete and ready for the


Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Contact: WAGO Corp., N120


W19129 Freistadt Road,


Germantown, WI 53022 % 262-255-6222 E-mail: info.us@wago.com Web: www.wago.us


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USB BC 1.2 Compliant Detector from Diodes Incorporated


Plano, TX — Diodes Incorporated has launched its dual-role PI3USB9201 USB BC 1.2 battery charging detec- tor, which incorporates both host and client circuitry. The detector allows designers to optimize the BoM size and cost of adding USB Type-C® interface circuitry in laptops, tablets, smartphones, drones, and small home appliances. Unlike current market solu-


tions that require devices dedicated to either host or client mode, the PI3USB9201 enables developers to fully support the reversible and bidi- rectional flexibility of the USB Type- C interface with a single chip. The PI3USB9201 reports detec-


tion results to the system through a 1 MHz I2C interface. Four-pin, selec- table slave addresses help to avoid bus conflict. When configured as a host, the


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PI3USB9201 broadcasts the device status as standard downstream port (SDP), charging downstream port (CDP), or dedicated charging port (DCP), through the USB D+ or D– pins, in accordance with BC 1.2. As a client, the PI3USB9201 monitors the D+ and D– pins to detect the attached host type.


With differential pass-through


USB switches, the PI3USB9201 sup- ports USB switch pass-through in


PI3USB9201 battery charging detector.


host mode to permit system wakeup by input from a mouse or keyboard. Other features include a wide supply voltage range of 2.7 to 5.5V, ensuring dependable operation in battery- powered equipment and energy-sav- ing sub-1 µA current in shutdown mode.


Contact: Diodes, Inc., 4949


Hedgcoxe Road, Suite 200, Plano, TX 75024 % 972-385-6292 E-mail: glen_wynn@diodes.com Web: www.diodes.com


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