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2015-03-30 08:36:10

TEMPE, Ariz., March 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ProTek Devices(TM) today introduced a new series of ultra-low capacitance transient voltage suppressor arrays (TVS arrays) for overvoltage circuit

2015-03-27 16:21:38

TORONTO, March 27, 2015 /CNW/ - Today, Hydro One announced it has completed more than $157 million in upgrades through ten transmission station projects across Toronto and the GTA in 2014 to improve

2015-03-26 16:36:51

Hall effect encoder offers incremental positions and center push-disc joystick function FREMONT, Calif., March 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Elma Electronic Inc.

2015-03-26 08:40:48

Driven by demand for cloud, and mobile computing, Watts Unlimited and GE's Critical Power business ink deal to accelerate penetration of GE power conversion technology in Canada

2015-03-25 08:24:35

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla., March 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Golden Age Resources, Inc.

2015-03-24 23:08:42

Los Angeles nongovernmental organization Operation USA partners with Honeywell to rebuild school damaged by typhoon Los Angeles, Calif.

2015-03-24 23:07:09

New UPS Systems offer network-grade power protection with pure sine wave output, preventing data loss and downtime associated with blackouts, brownouts and power line surges. Chicago,


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2010-10-28 18:28:32

A mercury arc valve converts high-voltage or high-current alternating current into direct current. It is an electrical rectifier often used to provide power for industrial motors, electric railways, streetcars, and electric locomotives. Peter Cooper Hewitt, in 1902, invented the mercury arc rectifier. It was further developed by researchers throughout the 1920s and 1930s. Prior to solid-state devices, mercury arc rectifiers were one of the more efficient rectifiers. Silicon diode and...

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