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Electronic Components Features

Smashing the ceiling: How to break free of DALI technical limits

DALI (digital addressable lighting interface) is a form of lighting control which allows customised preferences to be programmed. The key benefit of DALI for a designer or installer is that it provides two-way communication, allowing devices such as ballasts, transformers and emergency fittings to report back on their status. This can help speed up installation compared to non-DALI lighting, and makes fault diagnosis much quicker and easier.

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Decades old sealing problem alleviated with new connector system

Here Denis O’Sullivan of Molex looks at the subject of downtime in commercial vehicle sealed connector systems and highlights the new solution from Molex.

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Challenges of the nuclear industry

Long-term, reliable solutions are in high demand within the nuclear industry. What does this mean for components such as connectors? And how are connector companies evolving to meet these increasingly extreme requirements? DPA asked Peter Dent, MD LEMO UK LTD, for his thoughts.

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How wearable medtech is changing batteries

Michele Windsor, global marketing manager at Ultralife Corporation, looks at what the rise in wearable medical devices means for power requirements.

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