Innovations components, hardware, & interconnect

March 2000
EDN;03/02/2000, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p58
Trade Publication
Features several components, hardware and interconnect products in the United States. Includes the BivarOpto flexible-light-pipe series; Piezoelectric-transformer/inverter assembly from the CTS Wireless Components; Flat-panel rotary switches by the DuraSwitch Rotor.


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