Peel-A-Way® Peel-A-Way®

removable terminal carriers Removable Terminal Carriers, from

Advanced Interconnections Corp., offer ultimate design flexibility and a simple, economical method for automated pin loading. Available in single, dual, and triple row strips from 2 to 100 positions per row, on 1.27mm, 2.00mm, or 2.54mm pitch, and can be easily customized. Configurations are available for a variety of board stack heights, and unique options include staggered patterns and solder preform terminals.

• High reliability screw-machined terminals with closed-end construction for 100% anti-wicking of solder

• Reliable mechanical support in a variety of standard stack heights

• Available with Gold/Gold or Matte Tin/Gold (terminal/contact) plating for lead-free processing

• Customized designs and surface mount options are available

• Build-A-Part number online at

Advanced Interconnections Corporation USA Tel: 1 (401) 823-5200 Email:

New, OLED display with USB, SPI, I²C

and PCAP touch MMS Electronics Ltd introduced a new intelligent graphic OLED display with PCAP touch, USB port, SPI and I²C interface. Two screen sizes are available. EA PLUGL128-6 2.9” diagonal 128x64 and EA PLUGS102-6 1.7” diagonal 102x64. The display is easily programmed with powerful graphic commands and integrated character set. New fonts are easily imported with the free development software. Fonts can be scaled, rotated and accurately positioned. Fonts, images, animations and macros programs are saved on- board the display memory. Display can be used in landscape or portrait mode. The OLED technology is extremely fast, offers high contrast and 170° wide viewing angle. Usable in temperatures as low as -40°C. 8 digital I/O, 1 analogue output and 2 analogue inputs are available for the application. MMS Electronics Ltd in Leeds is the UK authorised distributor for Electronic Assembly Gmbh/Display Visions. Call us to discuss your application.

MMS Electronics Ltd Tel: 01943 877668

High current relay for home appliance and

industrial applications Omron has extended its G2RL power relay family with a new 23A model, for switching the heaviest current loads in home appliance, industrial and HVAC applications.

The new Omron G2RL-1A-E2-CV-HA features a low profile of just 16.7mm and is rated for temperatures up to 105°C. The 23A switching capacity of this model is significantly higher – previously the maximum capacity was 16A. Features of the new relay include reinforced coil-contact insulation able to withstand a 10 kV Impulse voltage. The relay conforms to EN60335-1 for the Safety of Household appliances and has a Class F (UL1446) coil insulation system. The relays also conform to TUV(EN 61810-1) and UL 508/CSA C22.2 and CQC(GB21711.1) standards. Clearance and creepage distances are at least 8mm. The new relay is available in SPST-NO form.

Omron’s G2RL PCB relay family is the ideal low profile, high capacity switching solution for ovens, washing machines, boilers and HVAC equipment.

Omron Electronics Components B.V.

Long life displays for industrial applications

GTK has launched a range of TFT displays that have been designed for use in industrial applications. The range is comprised of four sizes of display: 10.4”, 12.1”, 15” and 15.4” screen sizes. These screen sizes have evolved as the “de facto” sizes for use in industrial environments and have an extended backlight half-life of 50K hours.

Clive Dickinson, Business Manager for Displays at GTK, said, “In Industrial applications, the display effectively operates as a workhorse. In most cases it is on all the time and needs to be reliable, robust and provide clearly readable information to the operator. These larger screen sizes have become standard for the industrial market sector and, as such, generally have longer product availability than more niche sizes.”

GTK can provide a variety of product enhancements along with the supply of cable assemblies for connection to the PCB. Industrial grade Intel NUC format rugged

embedded system from BVM BVM Limited has introduced the Jetway JBC311U93 industrial grade embedded barebone system. It is based on the very popular NUC format from Intel with Intel's Celeron 7.5W TDP Bay-Trail M Quad-Core SOC processor clocked at 1.83 to 2.16 GHz and with up to 8 GB of DDR3L-1333 DRAM. Housed in a rugged 110 x 116 x 49 mm aluminium enclosure it offers fanless operation and long-term 24/7 operational life, with a minimum planned lifecycle of Q1 2029. While potential applications are very broad, the unit is particularly suitable for systems where physically harsh operating environments, restricted access and long-term reliability are primary considerations. It offers impressive computing power combined with extensive I/O capability and support for dual 1920 x 1200 HDMI displays, driven by Intel Gen 7 HD Graphics. It is available in two standard versions: with or without 802.11

b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0. The unit without Wi-Fi capability provides a half-size Mini-PCIe slot.

Both versions have a full-size 3 GB/s mSATA Slot, two Gigabit LAN ports, four USB ports and a RS232/422/485 serial port. A wall mount, VESA bracket and DIN rail mountings are included as standard, giving extensive mounting flexibility. The unit is powered from an external 36W 12 VDC PSU and it runs under both Windows and Linux OS.

BVM provides a full customisation, certification and software deployment service.

To discuss you project, call our engineers on 01489780144 or email For more information: New fluid coolers

For dissipating heat of particularly powerful electronic devices the use of fluid heatsinks is worthy of consideration beside an active heat dissipation method by means of so-called high performance cooling aggregates. The efficiency of fluid coolers with cooling medium water is physically and thermotechnically very good and very efficient. Looking solely to the specific heat capacity of water with 4,182 kJ/kg×K this is 4 times bigger than air whereby the fluid cooling in comparison to other cooling concepts has to be clearly emphasized. Due to the numerous positive characteristics of fluid coolers company Fischer Elektronik extends the comprehensive product portfolio by two more designs with the part numbers FLKI 295 and FLKI 400 G 400. The I-perfused

fluid coolers are completely made of the material aluminium, including the G3/4” hose connections and also have an internal three-dimensional heat exchange structure. This displaced lamella structure is thermally conductive connected with the basis and the mounting panel of the device and provides a very good thermal transport from the device to be cooled into the flowing liquid. At a minimum flow loss also a homogeneous perfusion of the fluid cooler is guaranteed by the heat exchange structure. The article FLKI 295 is specially made for the high power converters PrimePackTM3 and already contains M5 mounting threads for a direct mounting of the modules. The mounting plates, which are intended for the component assembly, ensure an optimum heat distribution and are also precisely milled flat. Moreover they allow a free placement of the devices. To avoid the known pitting corrosion respectively to avoid a dissolving of the material the use of corrosion inhibitors (cooling protection) is recommended for materials made of aluminium. A water/glycol mixture with a percentage allocation of 50/50 is recommended for the application. With article number FLKR 1 an adapted re-cooling system is also available. This consists of a centrifugal pump as well as a re-cooler with a fluid-carrying pipe system with air fins and electrically driven fan. Additional mechanical treatments, modifications or special designs are realised according to customer’s specifications.

Please contact us, for further information and inquiries the product experts of Fischer Elektronik are pleased to be at your disposal, also at:

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