Test & measurement

June 1996
EDN;6/6/96, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p222
Trade Publication
Features several electronic test and measurement equipment and supplies. Includes Command Software's F-PROT Professional for Windows computer software; Innovative Software Designs Inc.'s Relax software; Sensotec Inc.'s Model CTA-1 strain-gauge accelerometer.


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