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  Electro Rent Corporation - Electronic test equipment rentals and used electronic test equipment sales from top ...
Electro Rent Corporation - Electronic test equipment rentals and used electronic test equipment sales from top manufacturers of electronic test and measurement equipment.
Electro Rent covers a complete range of new or used electronic test equipment including oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, network analyzers, function generators, logic analyzers and telecommunication test equipment.
Electro Rent's international test and measurement equipment inventory ensures that customers in each country benefit from our international experience, industry leadership and innovation.
www.electrorent.com   (180 words)

  Electronic test equipment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Electronic test equipment (sometimes called 'testgear') is used to create stimulus signals and capture responses from electronic Devices Under Test (DUTs).
Use of electronic test equipment is essential to any serious work on electronics systems.
Practical electronics engineering and assembly requires the use of many different kinds of electronic test equipment ranging from the very simple and inexpensive (such as a test light consisting of just a light bulb and a test lead) to extremely complex and sophisticated such as Automatic Test Equipment.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Electronic_test_equipment   (316 words)

 Student Resume Writing Services & Free Student Resume Samples from ResumeEdge.com
Wage and salary employment in electronic equipment manufacturing is projected to grow about 7 percent between 2000 and 2010, compared with 16-percent growth for the entire economy.
The electronic equipment manufacturing industry is expected to continue its rapid productivity growth, so that, even though output is expected to increase in most segments as global demand for electronics products rises, employment of production workers will not grow as quickly, and is actually expected to decline in segments.
The electronics industry is characterized by rapid technological advances and has grown faster than most other industries over the past 30 years, although rising capital costs and the rapid pace of innovation continue to pose challenges.
www.resumeedge.com /students/careercenter/industry/10.shtml   (3155 words)

 Waste from electric and electronic equipment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Iron and steel amount for almost half of the total amount of waste from electric and electronic equipment produced in Ireland, estimated to be between 16,000 to 33,000 tonnes a year.
Equipment will have to be stored and in some cases treated in a specified manner and treatment operators will be responsible for achieving and documenting specified levels of recovery and recycling.
The growing importance of dealing efficiently with the waste from electric and electronic equipment issue has prompted most local authorities to develop initiatives for improving their management of waste from electric and electronic equipment as part of their general waste management plans.
www.oasis.gov.ie /public_utilities/waste_management/waste_from_electric_and_electronic_equipment.html   (2222 words)

 Electrical and electronics installers and repairers
Knowledge of electrical equipment and electronics is necessary for employment; many applicants complete 1 to 2 years at vocational schools and community colleges, although some less skilled repairers may have only a high school diploma.
Employment of electrical and electronic installers and repairers of transportation equipment is also expected to grow more slowly than the average because of declining industry employment in railroad rolling stock manufacturing and shipbuilding and boatbuilding.
Employment of electrical and electronics installers and repairers, powerhouse, substation, and relay is expected to decline slightly.
stats.bls.gov /oco/ocos184.htm   (2197 words)

 Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing
The computer and electronic product manufacturing industry produces computers, computer-related products, including printers, communications equipment, and home electronic equipment, as well as a wide range of goods used for both commercial and military purposes.
Employment in communications equipment manufacturing is also expected to decrease by 10 percent due to automation and consolidation among firms in the industry.
The computer and electronic product manufacturing industry is characterized by rapid technological advances and has grown faster than most other industries over the past several decades, although rising costs, imports, and the rapid pace of innovation continue to pose challenges.
www.bls.gov /oco/cg/cgs010.htm   (3092 words)

 Equipment Wiring: Internal to Electronic Equipment
The simplest form of test equipment would be a voltmeter or a good loudspeaker monitor system with high gain, allowing one to hear the noise floor of the equipment.
The fact that various equipment can function differently with regard to the noise it generates depending on its internal wiring and whether it suffers from the pin-1 problem may explain why what seemed to work on one project with regard to grounding does not work on another.
It is important to note on possible solution to a piece of equipment that has the pin-1 problem: Simply do not connect anything to pin 1, and ground the incoming shields separately via a terminal block to some other technical ground point in the system, such as the ground block in the rack.
www.svconline.com /news/avinstall_equipment_wiring_internal   (970 words)

 Expert: Electronic Equipment Packaging, Design, and Testing Expert
External vibrations are typically caused by vibration and shock fatigue in the device lead wires or solder joints, thermal stresses and strains in the solder joints, cracks in the plated-through-holes, and improper application or use of conformal coatings.
He is still active in testing and predicting fatigue life and the response of electronic equipment to random vibration.
He is skilled in combining the damage effects of these environments to predict the fatigue life of various types of equipment and electronics.
www.intota.com /viewbio.asp?bioID=605164&perID=719912   (1923 words)

 Electronic Equipment Manufacturing
Electronic products contain many components—and sometimes even major parts, such as integrated circuits—which often are purchased from other manufacturers.
In 1997, the rates of work-related injuries and illness per 100 full-time workers were 3.0 per 100 full-time workers in computer and office equipment, 3.7 in communications equipment, 5.0 in electronic components and accessories, 6.9 in household audio and video equipment, and 2.2 in search and navigation equipment.
Electronic semiconductor processors initiate and control the many automated steps in the process of manufacturing of integrated circuits or computer chips.
www.umsl.edu /services/govdocs/ooh20002001/575.htm   (3076 words)

 EPA Region 10 - Recycling Computers & Electronic Equipment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Computers and electronic equipment that still work, but are obsolete, may be suitable for reuse.
Equipment that does not work and is not repairable, or is so obsolete that it can't be reused, can be disassembled for the scrap value of various components.
Discarded equipment from homes, if hazardous, is considered "household hazardous waste" and can be disposed of with other household wastes.
yosemite.epa.gov /r10/owcm.nsf/recycle/pcrecycle   (553 words)

 SCADPlus: Waste electrical and electronic equipment
The European Union (EU) is taking measures to prevent the generation of electrical and electronic waste and to promote reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery in order to reduce the quantity of such waste to be eliminated, whilst also improving the environmental performance of economic operators involved in its management.
For each new type of electrical or electronic equipment, producers must provide, within one year after it is placed on the market, information on its reuse and treatment.
Producers of electrical and electronic equipment placed on the market as from 13 August 2005 will be identifiable by a mark on each appliance.
europa.eu /scadplus/leg/en/lvb/l21210.htm   (1382 words)

 SERVPRO Restoration Services: Electronics and Equipment
The key to restoring electronics is taking prompt action to prevent further damage.
They will qualify with the adjuster about sending the electronics to be cleaned/inspected by an electronics technician.
It is very important NOT to turn on electrical equipment that may have been damaged.
www.servpro.com /services/electronics.htm   (95 words)

 Why Recycle Electronic Equipment?
Dealing with the disposal of electronic equipment is a confusing issue for many organizations.
Electronic equipment contains materials known to be hazardous and a threat to the environment if not managed properly.
Freedom will ensure that your equipment is properly handled and recycled and that your data is completely destroyed.
www.freedomrecycling.com /id1.html   (238 words)

 Electronic equipment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Electronics.
Electronic equipment is anything that is electronic, from a washing machine to a headphone or a modem.
This page was last modified 13:14, 11 June 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Electronic_equipment   (62 words)

 Electronic Equipment Repairers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
However, some, such as commercial and industrial electronic equipment repairers, may be exposed to heat, grease, and noise on factory floors.
Electronic training is offered by public post secondary vocational-technical schools, private vocational schools and technical institutes, junior and community colleges, and some high schools and correspondence schools.
Electronics engineering technicians may also repair electronic equipment as part of their duties.
www.millville.org /workshops_f/hul_careers/whacked/ocos183.htm   (1648 words)

 EUROPA - Environment - Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Directives 2002/95/EC on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment and 2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment are designed to tackle the fast increasing waste stream of electrical and electronic equipment and complements European Union measures on landfill and incineration of waste.
Commission Decision 2005/717/EC of 13 October 2005 amending for the purposes of adapting to the technical progress the Annex to Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (notified under document number C(2005) 3754).
Stakeholder consultation on Adaptation to scientific and technical progress under Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment for the purpose of a possible amendment of the annex.
ec.europa.eu /environment/waste/weee_index.htm   (1313 words)

 Electronic Surveillance Equipment
The purpose of this order is to establish procedures for utilization of all department—owned electronic surveillance equipment.
Submission of the PD Form 154 is not required in those instances where requests for interception, or recording wire or oral communications, have been approved by the Chief of Police or the Inspectional Services Officer under the provisions of General Order 304.4 (Interception or Recording of Wire or Oral Communica­tions).
The organizational element shall establish a schedule with the Electronic Surveillance Unit for inspections of the equipment every 90 days.
www.lefande.com /MPDGOs/603.05.htm   (528 words)

 Keko Electronic Manufacturing Equipment
activities in the field of electronic manufacturing equipment are directed to producing of the machines for a mass production, as well as to machines for a small number production of components.
In the field of electronic manufacturing equipment for classic components we would like to develop machines which will be able to produce multi-layers with the greatest possible number of layers, from 500 to 1000, which is a current demand in the manufacture of MLCC.
Therefore the way of manufacturing cannot be universal, but the electronic mafufacturing equipment (machines) should be adapted for the manufacturing of individual components, which require specific procedures.
www.keko-equipment.com /electronic_manufacturing_equipment.html   (415 words)

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Procurement of Electronics There are many factors to consider before purchasing electronic equipment, including those that will help decrease costs and environmental impacts.
All electronic equipment, including computers and televisions, should be reused or recycled to recover useful materials and reduce disposal.
Many components of electronic equipment—including metals, plastic, and glass—can be reused or recycled, while others may present environmental hazards if not disposed correctly.
www.ciwmb.ca.gov /Publications/BizWaste/44101026.doc   (931 words)

 ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT : Electronic Equipment
Electronic equipment assembly operations through twin plants in Juarez and Guadalajara, Mexico supplying US manufacturers with high quality assemblies at prices competitive world-wide.
WEEE - Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment - Environmental Storage Solutions Ltd is a business which promotes sustainable, environmentally compliant and bespoke solutions for our client's end-of-life recycling needs for their waste refrigeration, electrical and electronic equipment.
LDHS Portable Appliance Testing (PAT), and Electronic Equipment Repair in the Edinburgh, Lothians, Fife and Borders areas of Scotland.
www.electronic-equipment.co.uk /electronic_equipment.asp   (674 words)

 EPR2 Project--Electronic Equipment Recyclers
Service: Computer and equipment and monitor dismantling; certified destruction, peripheral testing, repair, and resale; precious and base metal reclamation; IC and component reclamation, finished goods and excess material remarketing; and software de-kitting.
Services: Largest electronics recycler in Iowa, serving businesses, individuals, schools/colleges, landfills, SWMAs, etc.We are a 100% recycler of all e-waste including computers, stereos, televisions, VCRs, DVD players, telephones, copiers, printers, keyboards, etc. We have a state-of-the-art CRT recycling system and specialize in the demanufacturing of monitors and TVs.
Service: Deals with used computer equipment in remarketing and recycling aspects; helps businesses and consumers dispose of older equipment; demanufactures non-resaleable hardware into component levels and disposes of in an EPA approved manner.
www.nsc.org /ehc/epr2/cntctlst.htm   (3011 words)

 Acetech Labs - Electronic Test Equipment Repair   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Although we repair almost any variety of t & m equipment; spectrum and network analyzers, pulse and signal generators, and high end oscilloscopes are specialties of the facility.
The facility provides quick assessments upon equipment arrival to determine repair and modification benefit analyses, and quickly performs any authorized work in a controlled, professional environment.
Acetech understands that existing repair times at other facilities do not meet the demanding needs of today's marketplace, and we find their exorbitant costs for evaluations and simple repairs to be outlandish and unnecessary.
www.acetech-lab.com /about   (257 words)

 Elabo GmbH - Electronic Equipment - Measurement and testing equipment in electrical laboratories
Elabo Electronic both develops and produces: measuring devices predominantly in the 19" technology segment, test devices (high-voltage test equipment, earth conductor resistance test equipment, insulation resistance test equipment, stray current test equipment, contact units), mains supply input, mains units and safety equipment.
Measurement and testing equipment: the core of our range of products includes equipment for performing functional and safety tests on electrical and electronic products and components.
Calibration service: Elabo Electronic takes on the calibration of all test apparatus for laboratories and production facilities with integrated quality assurance units as well as their adaptation to EU standards.
www.elabo.com /produkte/egeraete   (247 words)

 Electronic Test Equipment Supplier's Association - Dealer Directory
Bell Electronics has offices to serve you on the West Coast, the Rocky Mountain Region, and on the East Coast.
Megown Test and Measurement Inc. is one of the country's largest providers of new and reconditioned test and measurement equipment, serving companies across a number of industries including electronics, aerospace, communications and higher education.
Equipment is shipped with warranties and a 10 day right of refusal.
www.etesa.org /dealers   (421 words)

 Designations Of U.S. Military Electronic And Communications Equipment
With the rapidly expanding use of radio, radar and other electronic equipment in World War II, the old Army and Navy systems were increasingly unsuited for the new requirements.
The initial emphasis was on airborne radio and radar equipment, but the system was designed to be extendable and was soon extended to include other types of equipment.
In non-official references to electronic equipment, the "AN/" prefix is often omitted.
www.designation-systems.net /usmilav/electronics.html   (5323 words)

 Recycling Electronic Equipment - Illinois EPA - Bureau of Land
As electronic equipment becomes more affordable, households have acquired increasing amounts of these devices.
The Illinois EPA does not currently require that households recycle their electronic equipment but recycling is an environmentally friendly choice that all households should seriously consider.
Another source of information on recycling electronic equipment is Earth911.org.
www.epa.state.il.us /land/hazardous-waste/household-haz-waste/electronic-equipment.html   (261 words)

 CIRAS - Electronic Equipment Manufacturing in Iowa
There are 109 electronic equipment industry employers in the state of Iowa, employing 5,432 people.
The electronic equipment industry contributes $849,000,000 to the Gross State Product, which is 2% of the manufacturing GSP.
Please contact the webmaster if you are aware of additional electronic equipment industry-related educational links that you feel would benefit Iowa manufacturers.
www.ciras.iastate.edu /industry.asp?i=334   (255 words)

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