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jenoptik0619Laser World Hall A3, booth 320

The F-Theta lens series "Jenopt" for laser material processing has been extended by a UV lens for Jenoptik: the F-theta all-quartz lens for 355 nm applications, with a focal length of 56 mm and a scan field of 22 mm enables very small spot diameters up to 4,5 ╬╝m , It is specially designed for use in micro material processing and is suitable for applications with ultra-short pulses.

infineon0619Sensor + Test hall 1, 324 Stand

Infineon is the first semiconductor manufacturer to launch a monolithically integrated linear Hall sensor at the Sensor + Test trade fair, which has been developed completely in accordance with the ISO26262 safety standard for automotive applications:XENSIVE TLE4999I3"Enables the development of fault-tolerant systems that meet the highest level of functional safety (ASIL D) with just one device.

TDK Corporation Expands Micronas Portfolio Linear Hall-effect sensors with the programmable HAL 1890. The new entry-level magnetic field sensor has a Sent output.

zorn0219The smaller the workpiece, the more demanding is the dimensional stability, this is especially true for use in the dental laboratory. Solid natural stone gives that Micro machining center Anger "Microone"The necessary stability. Microone offers 5 simultaneous machining and CAM / CAD custom abutments for dental implant technology.

viscotec0119Viscotec has the new one Micro dosage control "Eco-Control EC200 2.0" which will be available on the market in March. In combination with the "Eco-PEN" and "Eco-DUO" dispensers, it ensures maximum precision and reliability in the dosing process.

rohm0119Rohm announces the BM14270MUV-LB, one of the smallest non-contact current sensors in the industry. The new device consumes minimal power and is very compact with 3,5 x 3,5 x 1,0 mm. This makes it suitable for industrial plants and consumer devices that detect operating conditions through the flow of electricity, such as battery-powered drones, solar systems and data center servers.

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