Electronics

Pico Electronics

Founded in 1967 by Joseph Sweeney and Mr. Henry Spoldi, Pico Electronics was established to improve and reduce the size of transformers and converters – which at the time were quite large. They began developing miniature and ultra-miniature units of high quality and reliability for military specifications and commercial air flight applications. With the new technologies that allow for surface mounting and other installation venues, Pico Electronics has come to be known as “the” resource for ‘anything that flies’ using a miniature transformer, inductor, or DC-DC converter.

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TC10 and TC5

The TC10 (10A, 15V) and TC5 (5A, 15V) are ultra-stable digital controllers for thermoelectrics and resistive heaters where tight temperature stability is required

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DLP9000X

Texas Instruments has announced the availability of the DLP9000X, its highest speed and resolution chipset for 3D printing and lithography applications

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Pulse Picker

Alphanov has released the Pulse Picker, the last module of its MultiBoard series, a set of electronic cards dedicated to control various fibre lasers architectures

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LDP-VRM-01-12 CA

Laser Components, in partnership with its long term partners PicoLas has released a high speed laser diode driver designed for the high speed operation of 'typical' laser diodes for OEM applications.

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