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INDUSTRY UPDATE


IBASE Announce Low-power IBQ800 Qseven CPU Module


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he IBQ800 has been designed with maximum cost effectiveness, system reliability and flexibility


incentives without compromise on performance. Built on the Qseven compact module footprint, a low-


power, flexible form factor that is beneficial for future component upgrading; the IBQ800 is powered by Intel's extended temperature, efficient and low powered Intel Atom X7 2.0Ghz or X5 1.8Ghz processor and supports a number of I/O interfaces, designed to connect with robots and tablets for control and management purposes.


In addition to the processors support for extended


New Rittal RiLine Compact 125 Amp Adaptor


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ittal has launched a new 45 mm RiLine Compact adaptor, which is rated at 125 amps.


It has two rear contact rows enabling users to easily


and quickly plug the adaptor into two power boards mounted adjacent to each other. This means it is now possible to electrically connect


two power boards, which in turn increases the flexibility offered by the RiLine Compact power board. The RiLine Compact adaptor can be fed with a power


supply from either the top or the bottom end. If there are any obstructions which prevent this, such as cable trunking which blocks incoming cables, then the adaptor can be turned 180 degrees and used instead as a centre feed. The new connection adaptor is suitable for both IEC


and UL markets.


Rittal  www.rittal.co.ukwww.friedhelm-loh-group.com


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IBASE  01438 842300


   www.tmc-uk.com


temperature range, all key components of the board are designed with extended temperate support (-40°C to +85°C) to operate in harsh factory environments reliably.


The IBASE IBQ800 can be equipped with 8GB or 4GB of


LPDDR4 memory, up to 32GB eMMC 5.0 SSD storage on board and is able to support graphics intensive applications with a Intel® integrated Gen9-LP graphics controller on-board and comes with LVDS or eDP display interface. Samples are now available.


Han® ES Press HMC connector


combines rapid termination technique with high mating cycle capability for frequent insertion and removal


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he new Han® ES Press HMC (High Mating Cycles) connector series from HARTING combines the facility


to be installed quickly without tools with extremely robust construction that allows the devices to handle at least 10,000 mating cycles. The quick connect technology used in the Han ES


Press HMC involves the contact inserts being equipped with a pre-tensioned cage clamp which is triggered by an actuator. If the actuator is pushed into the contact chamber, the cage clamp returns to its original position and secures the conductor end. To release the connection, a screwdriver need merely be pushed into the actuator and the lever moved to the transition to the insulating body. The spring then releases the end of the conductor once again – for de-installation or when replacing components, for example.


Harting  01604 827500  www.harting.com/UK/en-gb


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16 March 2019 | Automation


automationmagazine.co.uk


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