Various industries, as well as basic daily devices, often rely on the use of electricity for operations. As most electronic devices are not intended for around-the-clock use, many are equipped with components used for halting the current. Considered a special type of relay, a contactor is a device used in electrical devices to switch the circuit on or off. When you are looking to control applications with high current carrying capacity, consider including a contactor in your circuit.


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With various types of moving machinery, an undesirable byproduct of operation is vibration. Whether big or small, vibration can lead to noise, the loosening of fasteners, performance losses, and much more. To deter vibration and any resulting noise, many applications will utilize what are known as anti-vibration mounts which can be fastened to assemblies with ease. In this blog, we will discuss anti-vibration mounts in more detail, allowing you to have a better understanding of how they work and their importance.


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Fiber optics are powerful communication devices, capable of transmitting data over great distances in the form of light. While the signal power and speed of fiber optic signals is an advantage that allows for easy long distance communications, there can sometimes be instances where a signal can be too strong and requires weakening before it overloads a receiver. With devices known as fiber optic attenuators, or optical attenuators, optical signal power may be reduced in a free space or within a fiber.


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A pressure transducer is a device used to measure the pressure of a fluid by indicating the force the fluid is exerting on surfaces it comes in contact with. Pressure transducers are used in a broad range of control and monitoring applications including flow, air speed, level, pump systems, and altitude. To calculate pressure, pressure transducers consist of a force collector, such as a flexible diaphragm, which deforms when pressurized, and a transduction element that converts this deformation into an electrical signal.


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An optocoupler, also known as an opto-isolator, photocoupler, or optical isolator, is a type of electronic component that uses light to transfer electrical signals between two isolated circuits. Optocouplers prevent high voltages from harming the system receiving the signal. Commercially available optocouplers can withstand input-to-output voltages as high as 10 kV as well as voltage transients with speeds up to 25 kV per microsecond. The most common type of optocouplers feature an LED and phototransistor in the same housing. Other types include LED-photodiodes, LED-LASCR, and lamp-photoresistor packages. Opto-isolators typically transfer digital on/off signals, though some techniques allow them to be used with analog signals.


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