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Online training: Battery Safety and Protection Overview
23 October 2019, Electronics Technology
So many of the portable devices, electronic equipment, and tools we use every day are powered with lithium-ion battery systems. But one challenge for engineers who design these lithium-ion-powered products ...

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Video Reel: October
23 October 2019, News
• The CSIR has developed an electronic device that monitors indoor carbon dioxide levels and generates an alarm when corrective action is needed. You can watch a video about it at www.dataweek.co.za/*csirvid1019...

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How graphene is made
31 January 2017, News
This video from the Science Channel shows the amazing processes that must be performed to create the equally amazing material graphene, which is touted as the leading contender to supersede silicon as ...

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Smartphone camera films on quantum dots
14 October 2015, Electronics Technology
QuantumFilm technology from InVisage has been demonstrated for the first time with this short film shot by a smartphone camera with a sensor that uses quantum dots for improved sensitivity. Made up ...

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Super-strong robot pulls heavy loads
29 April 2015, News
The force is strong with this one.

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Man-made trees harvest energy
25 February 2015, News
Scientists at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland have prototyped a tree that harvests solar energy from its surroundings, stores it and turns it into electricity to power small devices such as mobile ...

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What a Star Wars style ‘laser bullet’ would really look like
29 October 2014, News
Scientists at the Laser Centre of the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Science have used a high-power laser to record the journey of a light projectile. They then used a special ...

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GE breaks RF MEMS boundaries
16 July 2014, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services
Research at GE is advancing widespread adoption of MEMS technology.

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50 years of electronica
4 June 2014, News
This video looks back over the last 50 years of the internationally renowned electronica exhibition, and looks to the future as it celebrates this milestone anniversary.      

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Robot solves Rubik's cube in under 4 seconds
2 April 2014, News
The ARM-Powered CUBESTORMER 3 robot has smashed the Guinness World Record for solving a Rubik's cube, recording a time of 3.253 seconds at the Big Bang Fair in Birmingham, UK.      

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Advantages of solder paste in assembling package-on-package boards
9 November 2011, News, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services
Dataweek has partnered with the UK's National Physical Laboratory (NPL) to feature instructional videos on various defects encountered in the manufacturing of electronic printed circuit boards.    Industry ...

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Causes and tests for outgassing on through-hole leads
12 October 2011, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services, News
Dataweek has partnered with the UK's National Physical Laboratory (NPL) to feature instructional videos on various defects encountered in the manufacturing of electronic printed circuit boards.    Industry ...

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Causes and tests for solder beading
14 September 2011, News
Dataweek has partnered with the UK's National Physical Laboratory (NPL) to feature instructional videos on various defects encountered in the manufacturing of electronic printed circuit boards.    Industry ...

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Causes of solder fillet lifting
3 August 2011, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services
Dataweek has partnered with the UK's National Physical Laboratory (NPL) to feature instructional videos on various defects encountered in the manufacturing of electronic printed circuit boards.    Industry ...

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Causes and solutions for intrusive reflow solder joint problems
6 July 2011, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services
Dataweek has partnered with the UK's National Physical Laboratory (NPL) to feature instructional videos on various defects encountered in the manufacturing of electronic printed circuit boards.    Industry ...

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RoHS compliant components may not be lead free
8 June 2011, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services
Dataweek has partnered with the UK's National Physical Laboratory (NPL) to feature instructional videos on various defects encountered in the manufacturing of electronic printed circuit boards.    Industry ...

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Causes and solutions for pad cratering and electronic assembly drop test failures
11 May 2011, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services
Dataweek has partnered with the UK's National Physical Laboratory (NPL) to feature instructional videos on various defects encountered in the manufacturing of electronic printed circuit boards.    Industry ...

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Component damage during wave soldering
27 April 2011, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services
For this month’s featured defect, a sample via hole has been mounted in resin and micro-sectioned to look at the plating quality. The optical image clearly shows the resin surface at the back of the hole. ...

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Causes and solutions for solder ball defects
16 March 2011, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services
Dataweek has partnered with the UK's National Physical Laboratory (NPL) to feature instructional videos on various defects encountered in the manufacturing of electronic printed circuit boards.    : Industry ...

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Causes and solutions for solder paste misalignment
2 February 2011, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services
Dataweek has partnered with the UK's National Physical Laboratory (NPL) to feature instructional videos on various defects encountered in the manufacturing of electronic printed circuit boards.    Industry ...

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