The smart card connectors are RoHs compliant and feature high-temperature thermoplastics.
What does HTTP stand for?
HTTP stands for High-Temperature Thermoplastic
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We have 7 other meanings of HTTP in our Acronym Attic
- High Throughput Transfer & Loading
- High-speed Transistor-Transistor Logic
- Hospitality, Tourism, Leisure and Travel (UK)
- Hydraulic Torpedo Tube Launcher
- Hug to the Left, Hug to the Right
- Home Textile Tool Museum (Orwell, PA; early American tools museum)
- Hot Tub Time Machine (movie)
- Healing to the Nations (Australia)
- Hell to the No
- Hi-Tech Trader Online
- Histoire Technique Technologie Patrimoine (France)
- House of Technologically Termed Praxis
- Huntington Township Together for Peace (New York)
- Hydrated Terphenyls
- Hypertext Transfer Protocol (world wide web protocol)
- Hypertext Transfer Protocol - Next Generation (also seen as HTTPNG)
- Hypertext Transfer Protocol/Secure
- Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Daemon (web server)
- Hypertext Transfer Protocol - Next Generation (also seen as HTTP-NG)
- Reliable Hyper Text Transfer Protocol
Samples in periodicals archive:
Rilsan HT was introduced in March with an extrusion grade it described as "the first flexible high-temperature thermoplastic to replace metal in high-temperature applications".
Extem UP resins are not only a major technological accomplishment in themselves, but more importantly, represent a new era in extended-use, high-temperature thermoplastic performance," said Peter Catsman, global product marketing leader, SABIC Innovative Plastics, High Performance Products.
ThermoFlow 768 is JM's newest chopped strand, aimed at high-temperature thermoplastics like PPS, PEEK, and polyetherimide (GE's Ultem).
MOEC chemists studied a number of high-temperature thermoplastics, such as polycarbonates, polyetherimides, polyethersulfones, polyetherketones, and polyetherarylates, known for their strength and durability.