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Start with the news release Tyco offers IP67-rated common-core connector from Tyco Electronics UK, which we summarised at the time by saying "An IP67-rated ODVA-compliant connector from Tyco Electronics uses a field-installable common-core connector.". Several months prior to that, we featured the news release Optocoupler resists electrical noise from Fairchild Semiconductor: "The FOD0721, FOD0720 and FOD0710 are logic gate optocouplers that isolate the logic control circuitry from the transceiver at the bus interface level. ".

In April 2008, we covered the news from Luminary Micro - take a look at MCU range expansion includes USB On-the-Go which says: "New family members are optimised for industrial applications requiring reliable connectivity.".

Take a look also at the news release from Luminary Micro, MCU expansion for networking and control, as well as Connector for use with five sensors from Harting, and DIN-rail power supplies work with DeviceNet from Puls UK.

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Fast optocoupler stands the test of high voltages (November 2006)

The ACPL-772L is billed as the industry's fastest dual-supply-voltage optocoupler in a DIP-8 package.

Optocouplers keep up with industrial networks (May 2006)

A high-speed optocoupler is ideal for high-speed, data-line transmission applications, such as those in industrial networking, including Profibus and DeviceNet.

Digital optocoupler range expands (March 2006)

Multichannel optocouplers allow designers to reduce parts count, board space and system costs in a wide range of applications.

Optocouplers reject more noise (January 2006)

New single- and dual-channel optocouplers claim the industry's highest common-mode noise rejection rating, while providing high bandwidth with low power consumption.

8bit microcontrollers make more of CAN systems (December 2005)

Two new 8bit AVR Flash microcontrollers feature extended Controller Area Network capabilities.

Panels front up PXI instrument systems (November 2005)

A new flat-panel touch-screen computer and panel PC HMIs work with the LabView graphical development environment to develop user interfaces for instrument systems.

Credit-card-sized controller takes CAN onboard (November 2005)

The VM-1 credit-card-sized control computer now includes a high-level CAN bus driver object that can be used "as-is" or to build high level CAN protocols.

Further devices are added to photocoupler family (November 2005)

Sharp Microelectronics is expanding its family of photocouplers by adding some components for specific models with transfer rates of 1Mbit, 10Mbit or 25 Mbit per second.

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