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Rapid Electronics, a leading UK electronics distributor, has partnered with Pickering Electronics to become their first official distributor in the UK.
Pickering Electronics will be showcasing their high quality Reed Relay range at Electronica Munich this November. Don’t miss out – visit booth B1.500.
The Pickering Series 117 range available with either 1 or 2 Form A switches require a board area of only 0.15x0.27 inches. Switch rating of 5 Watts, 0.5 A.
The reed relay was invented in 1936 by Bell Telephone Laboratories. Since that time it has gradually evolved from these very large, relatively crude parts to small, ultra-reliable parts.
High Voltage Micro-SIL Reed Relays for up to 3kV. Sputtered ruthenium switches make them suitable for low levels & HV stand-off. Ideal for mixed signal ATE and cable testers.
Pickering reed relays can allow up to 80% more relays onto your board. Available in single-in-line, surface mount & other popular formats. Free samples available.
The ElectroTestExpo and seminar will take place on March 2nd at Culham Science Centre near Oxford, to register please visit www.electrotestexpo.co.uk.
Pickering Electronics adds Form B (energise to break) reed relays to its Series 119 high voltage micro-SIL relay range.
Pickering Electronics are acclaimed Manufacturers of high quality Reed Relays for Instrumentation and Automatic Test Equipment (ATE),
Pickering Electronics will introduce a 3V reed relay amongst its portfolio on show at Southern Manufacturing this month.
Pickering Electronics (Hall A1 – 452) will showcase 3V reed relay versions of existing SIL reed relays.
Pickering Interfaces has expanded its range of PXI switches with the introduction of the 40-330 SPST power relay module, supporting high current and high voltage switching applications.
Pickering has introduced two PXI precision resistor modules that have software interfaces based on simple resistance calls for each channel, allowing users to request the resistance value required.
National Electronics Week (NEW) is being held at Earls Court from 17 to 19 June.
Pickering Interfaces is expanding its range of PXI products with the introduction of Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) simulator.
Pickering Interfaces will be showcasing several new additions to its line of PXI and LXI products at the National Electronics Week in London.
David Owen, Business Development Manager at Pickering Interfaces, looks in-depth at PXI Standard and PXI Express.