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Moxa Recognized by Northrop Grumman in Annual Supplier Excellence Program

Moxa is proud to announce that it is one of 45 companies recognized by Northrop Grumman Corporation in the company’s annual Supplier Recognition Program. Each company, selected from more than 5,000 Information Systems sector suppliers, was evaluated on five categories: schedule, management, technical, financial and quality. It is the third year in a row Moxa

Design World

09 July 2014
Compact SMD fuseholder now with stabilizing posts

SCHURTER now equips its FPG7 shock-safe SMD fuseholder with two stabilizing posts. The added posts extend from the existing front standoffs, providing increased stability during board assembly, and when replacing the panel accessible fuse. As part of the SCHURTER range, the FPG7offers the only shock-safe SMD fuseholder for 5×20 fuses on the market. The newly

Design World

09 July 2014
Freudenberg-NOK Establishes Aerospace Service Hub

To better address the specific needs of the European aerospace industry, Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies (Freudenberg-NOK) is consolidating the customer service, inside sales, logistics and product support coverage of all its European aerospace customers to its Lutterworth, Leicestershire, U.K. Service Center. This transition is targeted for completion by October. The Lutterworth Service Center, which provides warehouse,

Design World

09 July 2014
Debunking Common Myths About Specifying Special Components

Live webinar is Wednesday, August 27th at 2 pm Eastern.   Today’s engineers have more choices than ever when it comes to specifying the proper components for all types of applications. Standard components, which are manufactured to an exact industry standard, are usable on a wide range of applications. In fact, engineers specify standard components

Design World

09 July 2014
HAM-LET Introduces PuRight

HAM-LET, a manufacturer of instrumentation valves and fittings for industrial and high purity applications, is launching PuRight™ – a new, enhanced stainless steel 316L material at Semicon West,...

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08 July 2014