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A19E_EET_2_37x10_87_A19E.qxd 2/5/14 1:51 PM Page One-sided, U-shaped aluminium housing M O U N T targets embedded PCS SU RFA C E Fischer Elektronik’s one-sided, U-shaped aluminium housing profiles have integrated, external cooling ribs for better heat conduction, interior guide ducts for slidable square nuts or threaded strips which allow attachment of the mainboard printed ( an d t hru -ho le) Tr a n s f orm e r s & I n d u c t o r s Size does matter! from lowprofile .18"ht. • Audio Transformers • Pulse Transformers • DC-DC Converter Transformers • MultiPlex Data Bus Transformers • Power & EMI Inductors See Pico’s fu ll Ca ta lo g im me diately w w w . p ico e l e c t r o n i c s . c o m PICO Electronics,Inc. 143 Sparks Ave. Pelham, N.Y. 10803 E Mail: info@picoelectronics.com Pico Representatives Germany ELBV/Electronische Bauelemente Vertrieb E-mail: info@elbv.de Phone: 0049 89 4602852 Fax: 0049 89 46205442 England Ginsbury Electronics Ltd. E-mail: rbennett@ginsbury.co.uk Phone: 0044 1634 298900 Fax: 0044 1634 290904 circuit board using length-variable spacing bolts. In addition, the lateral guide grooves integrated also into the strand profile also guarantee the acceptance of non-standardised circuit boards, electronics components or assembly plates. A 2 mm thick floor plate as well as front ceiling plates adapted to the profile contour round out this sturdy and resistant housing structure. Models with a special clamp attachment for assembly on rails for assembly in on the support rails according to DIN EN 50022 or with screwed-on attachment straps, for wall and ceiling assembly, are also offered. The embedded PC housings are available by default in three different surface models (natural colour anodised, black anodised or a combination). Additional mechanical processing, surface treatments and labelling are implemented by customer request. Fischer Elektronik www.fischerelektronik.de EMI absorption sheets take out the broadband-radiated noise Molex’ Hozox Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) absorption tape and sheets employ a unique dual-layer design to maximise the EMI noise mitigation performance. The magnetic layer’s powder composite absorbs lower frequency electromagnetic energy, while the conductive layer’s powder and high loss dielectric resin absorb high frequency electromagnetic energy. The products feature a very thin form factor and come in two different tape formats as well as an A4 sheet format, all of which can be easily die-cut to specific configurations. This duallayer structure absorbs both the MHz and GHz electromagnetic energy effectively to provide ultra-wideband EMI noise mitigation. The tape and sheets are insulated on one side, so they can be placed in contact with any low-power active component such as noisy digital or analogue integrated circuits. While Hozox technology converts a portion of the electromagnetic waves it absorbs into heat, the amount is minimal and does not adversely affect temperature rise in the end unit, says the manufacturer. Molex www.molex.com IP 30 case offers EMI protection to non-standardized PCBs The Schroff Interscale M range of cases includes units for small and non-standardized PCBs, at a very competitive price point. The IP 30 protected cases consist of just four parts that can be easily assembled and dismantled with two screws. A total of 21 case sizes are available direct from stock. EM interference protection is provided by the interlocking case walls and offers some 20 dB at up to 2GHz. A wide range of standard accessories such as flexible board fixing, various add-on feet, a range of fans and fixing elements, allows the user to integrate their electronics quickly and simply. Removable front and rear elements give easy access to the electronics. The Schroff Interscale M case can be customized with specific case colour, cut-outs and printing on the front and rear panels. Further services include pre-fitting of all components, heat simulation using FLOWTHERM or a wind-tunnel test. Schroff www.schroff.co.uk www.electronics-eetimes.com Electronic Engineering Times Europe March 2014 45


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