Manufacturer of passive, magnetics and microcircuit modules. The Product Line includes – Trimmer Potentiometers, Precision Potentiometers, Encoders, Hybrid Microcircuits, Passive Networks and Power Resistors too.
BI Technologies – Electronic Components and Modules
“Providing design engineers with an ideal mechanical set-up for applications involving feedback positioning, TT electronics BI Technologies Electronic Components Division has enhanced four of its precision potentiometers.”
This is a 7/8″ Diameter 10-Turn Wirewound Precision Potentiometer, can be used as a Position Sensor too. The two types of Mounting available are Bushing Mount – Sleeve Bearing and Servo Mount – Ball Bearing.
Precision Potentiometers from BI Technologies
Some Specs Model 7200
- 7/8″ Diameter – 10 Turn
- Wirewound Potentiometer
- Resistance Range, Ohms 10 to 125K
- Standard Resistance Tolerance ±3%
- Independent Linearity ±0.25%
BI Technologies Corporation
4200 Bonita Place Fullerton, CA 92835-1053, USA
In the 1940s radio was an important means of communication. Super heterodyne radio used Murata’s tubular 500pf ceramic capacitors with titanium oxide as dielectric material for temperature compensation.
Murata Manufacturing – Electronic Components
Passive components like Capacitors, Resistors, Thermistors, Coils(Inductors), Delay Lines, Resonators, Noise Suppression Products and EMI Suppression Filters.
Audio Visual Parts like Spherical Speaker Products, Sound Components Filters, Modules for Audio Visual Equipment,
They also have Components and Modules for Communication Equipment. Special Sensors and Optical Products.
Reasons for requiring EMI suppression filters
Chapter 1 describes the reasons for using EMI suppression filters, and explains how shields and filters used for electromagnetic noise suppression work.
Bluetooth Smart module TypeVZ is a plug-in device that supports Bluetooth 4.0 low energy standard. All protocol stacks required for Bluetooth low energy communication are built in and it enables the module to be easily controlled by 8-bit or 16-bit MCUs widely used in small embedded devices.