Optical Bonding - LCDOptical Bonding: ‘Preventing a Poke in the Eye with a Sharp Stick’

Optical Bonding of Touch Screens is the process used to attach a protective layer to the outer surface of a display. Touch screens are finding new uses in consumer, commercial and industrial settings and due to the capability of adding protection to the display these uses are extending into harsh industrial environments.

In order for this technology to be useful and durable, there is a need for continuing developments in robust methodologies for Read the full article →

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OEM Computer DistributorContinuous innovation in the electronics industry means businesses are constantly sourcing computer parts to upgrade or replace obsolete systems. Large industrial and small commercial companies rely on their electronic hardware for their day-to-day operations—every task, large and small, is essential for the quality of their products and services. Therefore, businesses benefit from using dedicated OEM distributors with globally sourced and locally serviced computer parts. Read the full article →

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Row of widescreen HD displays wtih multiple imagesLiquid Crystal Display Thin Film Transistor – LCD TFT Technology Displays

Thin Film Transistor Liquid Crystal Displays or TFT LCD is an active matrix LCD as opposed to the non TFT variant which is passive.  LCD came on the scene in the late sixties further to developments by RCA.  Optel Corporation provided the first application of LCD in commercial/consumer items such as calculators and watches.  The limitation of these displays was the number of segments that could be addressed thereby limiting the resolution of these displays. Read the full article →

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Benefits of Industrial Built Computers in Rugged Environments

Rugged Environments Need Rugged Computers Did you ever wonder how electronic devices you see in use everyday are made to work in Industrial settings?  Unlike the environment in which you use your devices, the Industrial environment is harsh and damaging to these consumer devices.  Investing in the ‘ruggedization’ of devices for use in an Industrial…

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The Importance of Having the Right Industrial Chassis

One Hous(ing) Many Solutions: The Industrial Chassis A major component of a solution required in an industrial environment is the Industrial Chassis.  Companies with Industrial environments rely on unique solutions to be more competitive in their local and global environments and it is the incorporation of electronic systems into the business that drives this competitive…

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Micro-ATX vs Mini-ITX: The Embedded Story

What are the pros and cons for Mini-ITX and Micro-ATX for embedded and industrial applications? For consumer desktop and enterprise applications, it’s almost a no brainer to go for a Micro-ATX or ATX. In embedded applications, things tend to lean more to the Mini-ITX side of things. Let’s take a look at why that may…

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What Makes Embedded Systems Different?

In a recent blog, we posed the question “What is the real difference between an embedded system and a regular consumer system?”. The most important difference that was highlighted in that blog was that embedded systems have long lifecycles ranging from 3-7 years. Explaining why that was necessary for many embedded applications. This isn’t the…

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