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Electronic components for electrical circuits

steute0417SPS IPC Drives Hall 9, 450 Stand

The Steute business unit "Extreme" develops and manufactures switchgear for environmental conditions under which conventional switches and sensors could quickly fail or not even be used. These include, for example, extreme temperatures and potentially explosive areas.

rafi0417SPS IPC Drives Hall 8, 412 Stand

Rafi is expanding its "Ramo" program with the new Ramo T actuators with tactile feedback and the Ramo I LED signal lamps. Both models are dimensioned for standardized installation openings of 22,3 and 30,3 mm and their design is exactly the same as the "Rafix " Voted.

schmersal0317The Schmersal group Is launching a new generation of position switches. The PS family of products offers a wide range of possible applications, as all switches can be supplied as a complete unit and as a modular kit. Thanks to their modular design, they can be combined in a variety of ways.

pepperl0217Electrical switchgear for Explosive areas Have been one of the focal points of Pepperl + Fuchs, Now the company has again updated and expanded the portfolio with electrical explosion protection and offers certified switches with all the functions for the door mounting including lockable emergency stop switch.

OE A0117From the Internet of things about consumer electronics and healthcare to automotive and smart packaging and buildings: Printed electronics is now worldwide in many products and industries. This is also the seventh edition of Roadmap OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association), a working group within VDMA.

alps0117ALPS Electronic provides the SKTA series IP67 protected Tact switch as lateral control elements for thin smartphones and other portable electronic devices, the compact dimensions and dust and water resistance required. The surface-mountable components have tiny dimensions of 2,6 1,6 x x 0,53 mm, an actuator travel of 0,11 mm and a long service life of 300.000 cycles.

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