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Staubli states its CombiTac range of modular connectors allows all of these connections to be made in one simple operation, saving time and improving circuit integrity.
They provide circuit integrity for power and control circuits of critical equipment used in power stations, foundries, mines, the petrochemical industry as well as public buildings like schools, hos s pitals, hotels and transport hubs.
Early circuit integrity testing In the early 1970s, Dekoron began receiving customer requests for restricted flame propagation, plus continued electrical function of cables during a fire (circuit integrity).
Japanese customers are confronting the complexities of deep submicron design today, and Moscape can play a key role in providing design tools that enable Japanese IC manufacturers to efficiently design next generation chips by identifying and solving potential design performance, noise and circuit integrity problems, early in the design cycle.
Items like solenoid valves, switches, sensors, external alarms, warning lamps, control panels, displays and CAN bus circuits are continuously checked for circuit integrity, as well as operating conditions, and are used to allow troubleshooting through error indication.
In the event of a fire the plastic burns and the composite hardens to form a protective insulating ceramic layer to maintain circuit integrity.
Circuit integrity PLTC cables New Belden 300 V instrumentation cables meet the UL 2196 and IEC 60331 standards for circuit integrity.
The XtendPlus system line can be tested for bit error rate and loop length resistance at the XtendPlus COT or XtendPlus RT to guarantee the ISDN circuit integrity to the customer premises.