The EPS-2XPB-SG-MS explosion-proof momentary switch from Larson Electronics is Class 1, Division 1 and 2, and Class 2, Division 1 and 2 rated for hazardous locations. This start/stop push-button switch is constructed for heavy-duty use and is factory sealed, eliminating the need for added seal fittings and compound. The switch is enclosed in a separate sealing chamber that has smooth, double flanges that mate both to the cover and the mounting enclosure to provide flame-tight joints. Stainless steel hex-head screws attach the sealing chamber to the cover and mounting enclosure to ensure complete sealing. The housing for this explosion-proof switch is made of a malleable iron body with a cast copper-free aluminum alloy cover, epoxy powder-coated for a natural finish.
Explosion-Proof Stop/Start Momentary Switch
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|23-27 Apr 2018||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma|
|18-22 Jun 2018||Honolulu, Hawaii|
The 2016 event was mentioned in our writeup on a startup from USC that built interest in their affordable AR device while sharing cabin space with venture capitalists onboard a chartered flight to the event.
In 2018, the IEEE Radar Conference arrives in vibrant Oklahoma City for the first time. Being centrally located in the US, OKC is known for great Southern cuisine, Midwestern hospitality, and a good helping of Wild West cowboy culture. Nearby Norman, OK is also the home of NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory and the Advanced Radar Research Center at the University of Oklahoma, who collectively have driven much of the modern-day weather radar technology in the US. Do not miss this exciting week filled with novel radar advances and down-home fun.
For more than 30 years, the combined annual Symposia on VLSI Technology and Circuits has been the world’s premier mid-year conference for microelectronics technology, providing an opportunity for the world’s top device technologists, circuit and system designers to exchange leading-edge ideas. Held together since 1987, the Symposia on VLSI Technology and Circuits have alternated each year between sites in the US and Japan, enabling attendees to learn about new directions in the development of VLSI technology & circuit design through the industry’s leading research and development presentations.
The comprehensive technical programs at the two Symposia – fully overlapping again this year – are supplemented with short courses, invited speakers and several evening panel sessions. Since 2012, the Symposia have presented joint focus sessions that include invited and contributed papers on topics of mutual interest to both technology and circuit attendees. A single registration enables participants to attend both Symposia.