Inelco Hunter feature the Fujitsu Flush Surface Touch Panels in the latest edition of Food & Drink Process & Packaging magazine http://ow.ly/yJLZ300BoBg
Statguard® Floor Care System
Unlocks our ESD polymers with the least amount of labour while minimising the pH level needed to rinse and neutralise. The Statguard® Stripper can save one or two labour rinse steps which cuts down labour time and can save you money. Typically 80% of the cost of maintaining a tile floor is labour. Cutting down the labour time is a savings to both the Building Service Contractor and the Customer.
Saves rinse steps to bring your stripped floor to the correct pH level before you apply our Statguard® Dissipative Floor Finish. Again, saving steps is saving time and cost. Reaching the correct pH level ensures the proper hardening of our finish and will help extend the life of the floor.
Exceeds the required limits of EN 61340-5-1 for Resistance (operator grounding) of <1.0 x 109 ohms when tested per IEC 61340-4-1 and Operator Charge Generation of < 100 volts when tested per IEC 61340-4-1 when proper ESD footwear is used.
Wearable’s are an upcoming development in today’s Smart World. Connected devices will assist us in our day to day lives offering up to date information, keeping score of sport achievements or an eye on vital signs, this development requires increasingly smarter wireless solutions at minimal size and very low power consumption.
FUJITSU Components has developed a super small and powerful wireless module based on the Nordic Semiconductor nRF52 SoC which has resulted in top class modules for battery powered devices.
As partner of Nordic Semiconductor, FUJITSU Components very successfully released a complete line-up of Bluetooth® Smart Modules based upon the nRF51822 SoC. The Bluetooth® Smart modules have been released in two versions. The Bluetooth® Smart module with unique FUJITSU firmware to offer an SPP-like profile on Bluetooth® low energy, which is easy to control with simple text based commands for a quick time development and time to market. Secondly the Bluetooth® Smart module without firmware offers developers the ability to add specific applications and profiles onto the module. With ARM Cortex M0 processor and up to 31 GPIO’s, these modules are very popular due to their small size and high performance. FUJITSU’s antenna equipped wireless modules are FCC/IC/CE/Radio Act (Japan) certified.
This new small module from Fujtisu, (15.7×9.8×2.0mm) with integrated antenna based upon Nordic Semiconductor World’s most powerful Bluetooth® Smart SoC , nRF52 Series is a real “game changer”.
This new module has been designed to deal with a complexity of processes using very little power, whilst offering a wealth of possibilities for wearable IoT solutions. The ultra–small size, low power consumption with the ability to handle complex tasks and return to sleep mode are perfect features for small Smart wearables. The wireless module features a Cortex-M4F processor and 512kB flash + 64kB RAM.
Features such as the on board NFC-tag enabling easy to pair functionality and the on air compatibility with nRF51, nRF24L and nRF24AP series make the module a perfect solution for a variety of applications.
Have all features and advantages of a complete and certified module and get your application on the market
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Iron Man Plus Workstation Monitors CTC331 measure voltage directly on the circuit board during assembly. If there is electrical overstress (EOS) detected on the board, Iron Man Plus Workstation Monitors CTC331 will provide both an audio and a visual alarm.
- Provides full coverage to an ESD protective workstation
- Meets ANSI/ESD S20.20 in accordance with
- Detects electrical overstress (EOS)
- Monitors operator body voltage
- Applies a low test voltage to the operator (0.40V)
- Compatible with dual-wire wrist straps (not included)
- Made in the United States of America
See it in action, take a look at the video below
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Occasionally we are asked “how do you ground an insulator?” Since an insulator is a non…conductor, by definition, it cannot be grounded. What ESD control process is used to deal with insulators? The answer is ionisers or neutralisation.
The primary function of an ioniser is to neutralise electrostatic charges on insulators and isolated (nongrounded) conductors to reduce the magnitude of electrostatic discharges in the ESD protected area. Point-of-use compressed gas ionisers combat electrostatic attraction (ESA) neutralising charges on particles that otherwise cause contamination or visual defects on products.
A common example of insulators and isolated conductors is a populated circuit board where the board is a process essential insulator and often components on the board are isolated (non-grounded) conductors. Most companies handling electronics have such sub-assemblies in their products.
The primary function of ionizers with regard to ESDS items are:
- To remove / neutralize charges from process necessary insulators, which can charge ESDS items, thus creating the potential for a damaging CDM [Charged Device Model] event
- Remember that the PCB substrate is a process necessary insulator and can become charged during automated handling processes
- To remove / neutralize charges from a charged, isolated/floating conductor, which, when grounded can result in a potentially damaging CDM event
- Remember that during automated handling processes, the ESDS devices on the PCB are isolated or floating conductors
Design is an important factor in the product development process. Not only for consumer products such as tablets, phones or car radio’s but for medical, security and industrial applications as well.
Fujitsu Components has developed the “Flush Surface Touch Panel” technology as an answer to that need for a new generation of touch panel.
The Flush Surface Technology
Traditionally, the touch panel would cover only the active area of the central screen and would often be surrounded by several mechanical plastic buttons and knobs. With the new Flush Surface Technology the touch panel becomes the entire face of the device.
Touch Sensor Area – includes the usual area in front of the LCD as well as button functions on the frame area.
Cutouts within the Flush Surface Panel – for applications that require USB/ memory sticks & card readers
Custom Made – the design and layout of the front face, the placement of button functions, logo’s etc. are customer specific.
Cost Effective – the combination of the touch panel functionality and the front face design will save the cost of a front face casing mold.
Zoom, Rotate, Flick and Swipe
Available in sizes up to 17 inches and using “light touch” technology, zooming, rotating, flick and swipe actions improve user functionality.
The flush surface touch panels can be operated with glove, pen or finger and can be made water tight.
The Fujitsu dual touch controller can also be used for the side buttons.
Essential in medical or food processing environments, the fully flat front design is not only an aesthetic and cost saving solution but it also allows easy cleaning.
Fujitsu can customize not only the layout but can also include logos and icons printed on the top film.
See how Fujitsu Components can enhance your application
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Shielding bags should be large enough to enclose the entire product and closed with a label, tape or zipper-style bag. Determine the correct size bag for your application.
2. Remove charges
Place closed bag on an ESD working surface before removing the product. This will remove any charge that might have accumulated on the surface of the bag.
3. Don’t overuse
Re-using shielding bags is acceptable as long as there is no damage to the shielding layer. Bags with holes, tears or excessive wrinkles should be discarded.
4. Not a working surface
Do not use a shielding bag as an ESD working surface. Although a shielding bag is safe to use around ESD susceptible products, it is not intended to be a working surface for product.
5. No “potholders” or “glove”
Do not use a shielding bag as an “ESD potholder” or “ESD glove”.
This type of use offers no ESD protection to the product.