A recall has been sent out for the Reposit Kit including RP115 meter and Reposit box because it does not meet the electrical isolation requirements of the most appropriate electrical safety standard (AS61010.1:2003). The reason for the recall is that certain components within the Reposit Kit could raise a potential risk of electrical shock to … Continue reading Recall for Reposit kit including RP115 meter and Reposit box
Engineering researchers at Michigan State University have developed the first stretchable integrated circuit that is made entirely using an inkjet printer, raising the possibility of inexpensive mass production of smart fabric.
Panasonic has launched what it claims to be the world’s lightest fully rugged 3-in-1 handheld tablet, adding to its portfolio of enterprise-grade mobile devices.
Launched earlier this month, the NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN) is a collaboration between the NSW government, universities and industry to research and develop small, smart devices that can be used in applications such as water quality, wearables, biomedical, wildlife and air sensing.
Researchers at Stanford University have found a way to incorporate fire-extinguishing materials into lithium-ion batteries.
Researchers have demonstrated the high-performance potential of an experimental transistor made of a semiconductor called beta gallium oxide, which could bring new ultra-efficient switches for applications such as the power grid, military ships and aircraft.
Researchers from Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft in Germany have developed a process enabling the production of a multi-faceted 2mm flat camera, similar to the eyes of insects.
Engineering company Instrumental has uncovered the cause of Samsung’s exploding Galaxy Note 7 batteries.
Men Mikro Elektronik has released the BE10A – a space and power-saving box PC with low power consumption that can be operated in light, space-saving housing without fans, allowing for maintenance-free operation.
Japan plans to thrust itself back into dominance by building the world’s fastest supercomputer, a record which has been held by China for the past seven years.
A team of scientists from UCF has developed a new process for creating flexible supercapacitors that can store more energy and be recharged more than 30,000 times without degrading.
Inventions span from a table lamp that relieves stress before bed, to a wearable device that protects medical staff from violent patients, to a means of transmitting off-grid technology to mobile devices through movement.
By modulating the flow of phonons through semiconductor nanowires, engineers can create smaller and faster devices.
Lithium-ion batteries have begun to show their limitations in terms of safety, performance, form factor, and cost.
Fraunhofer researchers have developed an energy-saving display that reduces the power consumption of data glasses to a fraction.
A professor from Columbia Engineering has built a trilayer structure for li-ion batteries that is stable in ambient air, which makes batteries both longer lasting and cheaper to manufacture.
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Emerson Automation Solutions has introduced the AMS Trex Device Communicator, a handheld communicator built to withstand harsh industrial environments.
Scientists at The Australian National University (ANU) have developed a new spray-on material with a remarkable ability to repel water. The new protective coating could eventually be used to waterproof mobile phones, prevent ice from forming on aeroplanes or protect boat hulls from corroding.