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INDUSTRY UPDATE MacDermid Alpha Releases Systek ETS 1200 M


acDermid Alpha Electronics Solutions, a global leader in specialty materials for electronics,


announces the release of Systek ETS 1200, the latest addition to the Systek family of IC Substrate manufacturing solutions.


Systek ETS 1200 is an advanced DC acid copper pattern


ESAB launches high-performance, multi-process welding systems for extreme environments


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or those who need enhanced multi-process welding capabilities and portability in harsh industrial


environments, ESAB Welding & Cutting Products has introduced its Aristo® 500ix inverter-based welding power source and Robust Feed Pulse and Robust Feed U6 wire feed systems. The Aristo 500ix provides outputs for MIG/MAG, flux cored, MMA and TIG welding, offering maximum output of 500A/39V at 60 percent duty cycle and a 100 percent duty cycle rating at 400A/39V. When paired with Robust Feed Pulse or U6, users can weld with solid wire up to 2.0 mm and cored wire up to 2.4 mm. These feeders offer a 50 mm dinse terminal on the back for connecting an MMA electrode holder, while the Robust Feed U6 also enables gouging from the wire feeder.


ESAB u 01992 768515


u www.esab.com


plating process specifically formulated to plate fine lines and pads in embedded trace substrates. With the dimensions utilized in panel-level packaging growing ever finer and more electrically demanding, embedded trace technology provides the tight tolerances required to route the circuitry on the organic substrate. Systek ETS 1200 excels at plating the difficult to achieve trace profile tolerances and coplanarity requirements of the die interface outerlayer of the IC substrate. The process is production-proven with dimensions as fine as 7/7 µm lines and spaces and has capability to accommodate further density increases should substrate designers require them. Systek ETS 1200 plates traces with sharp cornered square trace profiles that are encased in build-up film for superior electrical isolation with very low impedance. Copper deposits plated with the Systek ETS 1200 bath exhibit very low internal stress and exceed IPC Class III standards for tensile strength and elongation, creating a durable interconnection with no warpage. Chemical process control is achieved with simple CVS analysis of a 3-component system, ensuring quality and ease of use.


MacDermid, Inc u MacDermidAlpha.com


Wieland’s new podis®


power bus system – for the simple distribution of power


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he new podis® power bus system from Wieland Electric helps to implement the distribution of power


quickly and easily. Ideal for use in airports for baggage conveyor systems, office buildings, shopping centres for the ruting of power, the podis® power bus system has found popularity more recently for the installation of vehicle charging stations for electric cars in public parking garages. The podis® decentralised energy distribution system allows a large number of charging stations to be connected with just one supply cable.


High currents have to be distributed safely without


disturbing the existing installation. Often in existing buildings the space required for this application has not been taken into account. And it needs to be easy to extend the installation to accommodate the foreseeable increasing demand for additional charging stations. As a result, a supposedly simple installation soon becomes a complex task.


Wieland Electric Ltd. u 01483 531213 u www.wieland.co.uk


Sensor minus 50/ Sensor plus 150 T


he two new sensor cables from SAB are especially appropriate for an application with minus 50°C up to plus 150°C. The high flexibility,


robustness and the large temperature range qualify these products for use in measuring and control technique, among others in test runs of trucks and cars at the polar circle or in extremely hot regions of the earth. The smooth sheath surface of the cable avoids a stick-slip effect and the


reduced cable construction enables a minimum bending radius to 2 x d. This makes possible a comfortable laying especially in test vehicles where you often will find narrow spaces. Furthermore, the small outer diameter and section make possible an application at miniature sensors as strain gauge supply or as connection cable in module technology.


Sensor minus 50 Low temperature resistant sensor cable down to -50°C for measuring and testing technology. Supply cable for miniature sensors. Strain gauge supply cable with smallest bending radii. For indoor and outdoor use.


Sensor plus 150 High temperature resistant sensor cable up to max. +150°C for measuring and testing technology. Supply cable for miniature sensors. Strain gauge supply cable for smallest bending radii. Connecting cable for modular technology.


Special solutions for special applications The production possibilities of SAB range from basic types and standard dimensions to special cables according to the individual requirements of our customers. New productions are already possible for small quantities – especially interesting for small and pilot productions.


Cable manufacturer – SAB Bröckskes is a worldwide leading manufacturer of cables and wires, cable harnessing and temperature measuring technique. More than 70 years of experience in cable manufacturing as well as in temperature measuring technique have made out of a one man business a company with almost 500 staff members.


The strength of SAB Bröckskes is not only the manufacturing of standard


cables but also the construction of special items. Every year SAB manufactures more than 1500 special cables on customer´s request.


automationmagazine.co.uk SAB Bröckskes u 02162 898146 u www.sab-cable.com Automation | July/August 2020 37


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