Ned showcase: OEM/design components

October 1999
New Equipment Digest;Oct99, Vol. 64 Issue 10, p88
Trade Publication
Presents industrial equipment and tools released in the market as of October 1999. Includes the Series 1211F bi-color right-angle surface mount light emitting diodes from Stanley Electric Sales of America Inc.; Ball screw assemblies from Lintech; SMD Mounting compact reed sensors from Meder Electronic Inc.


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