“The 7 Key Questions That Need to Be Answered to Select the Right Sensor”

April 26th , 2011 → 9:49 am @

Selecting an industrial Sensor can be a daunting task.  With so many sensing technologies and an endless variety of products in the market, how is it possible to quickly find that one ideal sensor for any given application?  Turns out, it’s not really so much a process of selecting the right sensor…it’s really about eliminating all the wrong […]

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The Most Important Factors in Selecting a Contact Block

April 13th , 2011 → 7:53 am @

A combination of many factors affect the dependability, life expectancy, and suitability of a contact block in any given application.  Understanding the most important of those factors can help you select the best switch for your needs.  In this FREE White Paper Report, you’ll gain a basic understanding of switch materials and properties, and how […]

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How to Design and Manufacture Lean Electrical Controls

March 10th , 2011 → 7:13 am @

How to Design and Manufacture Lean Electrical Controls

Competing on a global scale is forcing manufacturers to become more efficient and cost competitive.  More and more, engineers are being asked to lower cost and reduce content (parts, weight, power use, size, etc…) from applications.  LEAN is a method of eliminating waste, and it applies to every aspect of manufacturing, including design.  Dee offers […]

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Reducing the Risk of Power Supply Failure

February 24th , 2011 → 8:35 am @

Low-power electrical transients generated within a facility are the primary cause of failure to AC/DC power supplies.  These transients reduce the life of power supplies, and create unplanned downtime.  This special free report document will explain why these transients cause failure and outline how placing high-power transient voltage surge suppression (TVSS) devices in front of […]

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How to Choose Between a Potentiometer and a Position Sensor – Free Report

January 3rd , 2011 → 9:40 am @

How to Choose Between a Potentiometer and a Position Sensor – Free Report

The difference between a potentiometer and a position sensor has narrowed over the years, and as a result caused some confusion, especially when trying to determine and select the most suitable component for a given application.  This report will help distinguish the key differences between the two, and help you determine what you should choose […]

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How to Select the Correct Surge Suppression Solution for Relays, Contactors, and Starters

November 23rd , 2010 → 10:00 am @

Dee offers a short, FREE White Paper Report that discusses the differences in various types of surge suppressors.  The report covers RC Surge Suppressors, MOV or Varistor Suppressors, Diode Suppressors, as well as mounting and logistics of suppressors.  If you would like a copy of this FREE report, just send an email to MyFeedback@Dee-inc.com, put “Surge […]

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How to Optimize Between Best Attenuation Effectiveness and Minimum Leakage Current

November 23rd , 2010 → 10:00 am @

Line filters (EMC filters) are often regarded as a “Blackbox” and, justifiably, the user isn’t normally concerned with the inner workings of these filters.  However, for their effective use, it is advantageous to have some background knowledge.  This Free White Paper Report focuses on leakage currents and what should be observed in connection with this […]

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Free Whitepaper: “The Most Common Types of Power Disturbances and Their Causes”

July 23rd , 2010 → 12:37 pm @

Free Whitepaper: “The Most Common Types of Power Disturbances and Their Causes”

Many of the mysteries of equipment failure, downtime, and software and data corruption are the result of a problematic supply of power.  There is also a common problem with describing power problems in a standard way.  This white paper describes the most common types of power disturbances, what can cause them, what they can do […]

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The Best Method to Measure Torque and a Primer on Torque Measurement

July 23rd , 2010 → 12:37 pm @

The Best Method to Measure Torque and a Primer on Torque Measurement

There are new developments in methods and technologies in measuring torque.  This Free Whitepaper that Dee offers recaps the latest technology and approaches for measuring torque, as well as identifies the traditional methods of measuring torque, citing pro’s and con’s, and general information.  If you would like a copy of this Free report, please send an […]

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13 Key Problems To Avoid When Crimping Terminals

May 20th , 2010 → 8:32 am @

Crimp termination can be one of the fastest, most reliable and rugged termination methods.  However, if the terminal isn’t crimped onto the wire correctly, you can forget all about the hard work you put into selecting the right connector.  Although there are 13 common crimping problems that can reduce the reliability of your product, these […]

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