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[3 Nov 2009 | Comments Off | 1,253 views]

EZ Connector Unveils New Electrical Towing Connection System at Automotive
Aftermarket Products Expo’s (AAPEX)
LAS VEGAS and TULARE, Calif., Nov. 2, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — EZ Connector Inc.
(www.ezconnector.com), developer and manufacturer of award-winning,
high-performance products for improving the safety and reliability of electrical
trailer and towing connections, today unveiled a new electrical towing
connection system at 2009 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX), November
3-5, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nev. EZ Connector’s new EZ Self-Closing 7-Pin (EZS7)
brings together the high-quality, high-performance features of the company’s
award-winning EZ Recreational 7-Pin (EZR7) electrical towing connection system
– all in a more …

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[31 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 1,322 views]

Lawson Products Inc. (LAWS) filed Quarterly Report for the period ended 2009-09-30.
Lawson Products Inc. is a distributor of expendable maintenance repair & replacement products. It also distributes production components to the O.E.M. marketplace. These products may be divided into 3 broad categories: Fasteners Fittings & Related Parts such as screws nuts & other fasteners; Industrial Supplies such as hoses lubricants adhesives & other chemicals as well as files drills & other shop supplies; & Automotive & Equipment Maintenance Parts such as primary wiring connectors & other electrical supplies exhaust & …

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[28 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 1,241 views]

With more than 3,600 nominations already received, the Leadership Louisville Center is making one more call for Louisville-area residents to submit names of “connectors” who bring people together to improve the community.
The deadline for submitting nominees is Saturday for the center’s Louisville Connector Project, which seeks to honor unsung leaders with a gift for building networks.
The center is hoping to exceed the total of 4,300 nominations set by its counterpart in Philadelphia, the first city to do such a project. The center expects to release a list of finalists in …

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[26 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 1,596 views]

Announces Space Saving Flexible Printed Circuit Design Enables Wireless FM Radio
in Mobile Handsets
CAMBRIDGE, U.K.–(Business Wire)–
Antenova Ltd, the integrated antenna and RF solutions company, announced the
launch of its new space saving internal FM Antenna Module for mobile device
applications. Antenova`s innovative flexible printed circuit (FPC) antenna
module design enables effective wireless FM radio reception in mobile handsets
without the need for an external headset antenna.
“Antenova`s M10332 internal FPC FM Antenna Module has been designed to address
the growing market for FM Radio functionality in mobile phones, which analysts
predict will be included in about 55% of …

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[26 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 1,055 views]

If you are staying in Europe countries and have frequently changing your mobile device causing inconvenience due to incompatible charger types after upgrade, then the standardization of charging solution approval from ITU (International Telecommunication Union) may cheer you up. Just recently, ITU has approved a new UCS (Universal Charging Solution) that will standardize all the charger types for all mobile devices regardless of manufacturers to reduce the wastage as part of greener environment initiative.
The standardized charging type will be based on Micro USB connector that has been widely used in …

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[26 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 1,031 views]

The controversial Beauly-Denny power line, which will see 600 pylons, each 200ft high, built between Beauly, west of Inverness, to Denny, west of Falkirk, has been given the go-ahead by the Scottish Government, the Sunday Herald can reveal.
The approval of the £350 million proposal will be officially announced in the “next two to three weeks”. Scottish and Southern Energy and ScottishPower applied for permission to upgrade the power line in September 2005. It prompted the biggest public inquiry since devolution and received more than 18,000 objections.
The inquiry, led by Reporter …

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[24 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 1,019 views]

American Transmission Co. is planning $2.5 billion in power line projects over the next 10 years, down slightly from the $2.7 billion forecast a year ago.
But the need to build new high-voltage power lines to import renewable power generated in the Dakotas and other windy states could boost the company’s investment, ATC said.
“While the cost estimate in our 2009 assessment is slightly less than the $2.7 billion identified in last year’s report, our 10-year capital spending may need to be increased because of increased focus on regional transmission support to …

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[24 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 1,468 views]

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(Business Wire)–
Methode Power Solutions Group announces an innovative new class of patent
pending power connectors named “PowerBud”TM that successfully overcomes key
limitations of conventional power connectors. The PowerBud technology lowers
both contact resistance and contact normal force without increasing connector
size, a feat that counters conventional wisdom. The resulting connectors exhibit
lower insertion force, lower temperature rise, lower power loss and higher cycle
life than conventional high current connectors.
The PowerBud connector is initially available in a single-contact form called
the EBC (Embedded PowerBud Connector), with knurled outer side walls allowing
direct press-fit insertion into busbars, printed …

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[22 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 1,199 views]

MILTON — Between 20 and 30 landowners could be affected by a proposal for a new power line to run through the city of Milton and Milton Township.
American Transmission Co. hopes to build the line next year to increase service and reliability to the Milton area, ATC officials said.
The company hasn’t picked a route yet, so it doesn’t know which landowners will be affected. It’s holding an open house from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at The Gathering Place, 715 Campus St., to talk about the potential routes.
The proposed 69,000-volt …

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[22 Oct 2009 | Comments Off | 2,574 views]

Karachi, Oct.22 (ANI) : The Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) selection committee is awaiting captain Younis Khan’s inputs before naming the squad for the one-day series against New Zealand which is scheduled to start on November 3 in Abu Dhabi.
Chief selector Iqbal Qasim said the committee has already consulted coach Intikhab Alam and vice-captain Shahid Afridi regarding the team for the UAE series.
Qasim said the selectors would meet Khan soon and thereafter decide the final 15 for the three match series.
“We have received inputs from the coach and vice-captain but will …