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Introducing the ADUX1020 Multifunction Optical Sensor from Analog Devices for Gesture Recognition Applications, samples and eval kit available now from Anglia
Analog Devices have released an optical sensor for gesture recognition, which improves sensing accuracy and reliability over existing solutions by measuring a subject's position, proximity, and gestures from a single sensor.
 

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Ceramate offers an extensive range of Varistors for transient voltage suppression

 

Designed to protect voltage sensitive products against damage, Ceramate's GNR series of high energy absorption, metal oxide varistors provide a convenient and simple solution to transient suppression.

The basic principle of a varistor is to sense and limit transient voltage spikes. A varistor remains high impedance (non-operative) during normal standby use. However, when a voltage spike is encountered the impedance rapidly drops to a very low level, clamping the transient voltage to an acceptable level. The varistor absorbs the unwanted energy thereby protecting voltage sensitive devices against damage.

Ceramate's GNR series covers a broad range of varistor voltages, from 18V to 1100V, with each voltage offering a selection of energy absorption values. A variety of factory options, such as alternative lead styles, non-flammable types and taped product further extends the range.

Suitable for 'across the line' applications, the GNR series has UL, CSA and VDE approvals.

For more information on the Ceramate GNR  range, please contact info@anglia.com

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This news article was originally published in March 2000.

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