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Reality in electronics contract manufacturing from the initial quotation cycle through product introduction, manufacturing and delivery to meet the customers changing requirements. A complete “open approach” from the outset, where the skills, resources and facilities of Icom-Scottech can be perceived as an extension of your organisation and business. Customers have direct communications with engineers whose remit is to provide a direct link with all manufacturing and technical aspects of the product programme. This link can commence at the design stage, where our engineers contribute to design for manufacture and continue throughout the production demand cycle.

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Low-profile DIP switch designed for life under load

C&K has launched SDB DIP switches, intended for low-profile applications where a long life cycling under load is important. There are through-hole or surface mount models, contact rating is 25mA at 24Vdc or 100mA at 50Vdc (at least, that is what the data sheet and website say) with electrical life predicted to be 1,000 cycles …

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Japan recognises its oldest commercial computer

One of the world’s first commercial computers has been registered as technology with essential historical significance by Japan’s National Museum of Nature and Science. Manufactured by Fujitsu in 1959, the FACOM128 was the first relay-type commercial computer made in Japan, and was instrumental in the development of Japan’s computer industry. The original computer featured the …

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RYGCV instead of RGB for better sleep

Taking the blue phosphors out of traditional RGB displays and adding yellow cyan and violet to make a five colour televisions, for example, could strongly reduce sleep disruption from late-night viewing without noticeable changes in image quality, according to research by the Universities of Manchester and Basel – and the display could be switched to …

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