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electronic component

[i‚lek′trän·ik kəm′pō·nənt]
(electronics)
A component which is able to amplify or control voltages or currents without mechanical or other nonelectrical command, or to switch currents or voltages without mechanical switches; examples include electron tubes, transistors, and other solid-state devices.
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The IEC lab is now approved to perform the MIL-STD-202 Test Method which includes environmental, physical, and electrical tests for electronic and electrical component parts.
According to the application, the printed circuit board fabricator seeks a patent on a process describing a "multilayer PCB comprising a stack of a plurality of electrically insulating and/or electro-conductive layers and at least one passive or active electrical component arranged inside the stack of layers.
Now, AMSC will increase its core electrical component shipments to Sinovel in calendar year 2009 and 2010 and will complete all shipments by the end of April 2011.
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AS a footnote to your Llanrwst reader's excellent letter (October 3) advising other readers that switching electrical items off, instead of into standby, as advocated by the Welsh Assembly, increases their failure rate - virtually all electrical component failures occur with the surge felt as power is being switched from off to on or vice versa.
Ya Nos Pueden Ver?, 2004, which uncovers the history of Mass MOCA's refurbished site, once an electrical component factory now relocated to the border town Ciudad Juarez.
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