The global market for automotive powertrain silicon sensors will cross the $1 billion threshold at the end of 2013, with stricter emission standards in the United States as well as Europe projected to drive the market forward, according to a new report from IHS Inc.
The Heat Exchange Institute (HEI) is pleased to announce the release of the 5th edition of Standards for Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers. The 4th edition of the standard was released in 2004 and reaffirmed in 2008 as Standards for Power Plant Heat Exchangers.
The DMPU Series from Carlo Gavazzi Inc., Buffalo Grove, IL, is a modular electronic motor protection relay to control, monitor, and protect 3-phase constant or dual-speed AC induction motors from thermal damage caused by overload conditions.
The TC4 TempCam from Hana Engineering Co. Ltd., Ansungsi, South Korea, is a compact IR/CCTV camera designed for stationary temperature monitoring inside the close quarters of sealed high-voltage and mechanical equipment to prevent arcing and fires.
The RD-195 from Texas Instruments (TI) Inc., Dallas, TX, is a fully programmable DC arc-detect reference system that lets designers safeguard high-power DC systems, such as automobile and aircraft battery management systems, industrial factory equipment, and photovoltaic units from arc faults.