American Ultraminiature Component Parts Data 1965-66 provides data on a comprehensive selection of the very smallest electronic component parts available from manufacturers in the United States. This book presents the increasing trend towards the utilization of high density packaging and microelectronic techniques. Organized into 31 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the general features of the Honeywell GG322 Solid-State Accelerometer. This text then presents the general data of the Atlas Microminiature Piston Actuator, an explosive-actuated device for producing linear motion. Other chapters consider the characteristics of micro-sized Hypercon capacitors, which are designed to meet the need for tiny capacitors in low-voltage circuits such as are used in hearing aids, ultra-miniature electronic gear, etc. This book discusses as well the features of Sprague Cera-Mite disc capacitors for use in low-voltage transistorized circuitry. This book is a valuable resource for readers concerned with the design and engineering of high density electronic equipment.... 29 CSTTFET TFEP 128 White -100 to 200 - 33 L N N 07.0 White a55 to 105 125 11 20 27 29 CS TFE TN 110 Red T-55 to 105 160 g ... -100 to 200 202-303E _7 x 38 cs TFE - N .117 Red __a55 to 105 202:3942 125 11 20_27, _7 x 38 CS TFE _V .120 Black ... Microdot Inc.a#39;s experience in developing specialized low- noise cable for custom applications and standard ... for use in such applications as high-imped. ance photocell circuits, piezo-electric components, accelerometer circuits, anbsp;...
|Title||:||American Ultraminiature Component Parts Data 1965-66|
|Author||:||G. W. A. Dummer, J. Mackenzie Robertson|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2014-05-12|