PWB

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AcronymDefinition
PWBPrinted Wiring Board
PWBPsychological Warfare Branch (Allied Forces Headquarters; US and UK)
PWBPublic Web Browser
PWBPower Bus
PWBPrinted Wire Board
PWBProgrammer'S Workbench
PWBPrinceton Weekly Bulletin (Princeton University; Princeton, NJ)
PWBPersonal Well Being
PWBPositive Well-Being (psychology)
PWBPartial Weight Bearing
PWBProgrammers Work Bench
PWBPicture Window Books (children's publishing)
PWBProduction Wing Block (energy production)
PWBPreset White Balance (cameras)
PWBPositively Wellington Business (Wellington, New Zealand)
PWBPrestigious West Bloomington (Bloomington, MN)
PWBPerformers Without Borders
PWBPlease Write Back
PWBPartnership with Business (Future Business Leaders of America)
PWBParaffin Wax Bath
PWBPlanning Work Bench (Bellcore)
PWBPulling Whaleboat (US Navy)
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WIELAND ELECTRIC says its Podis CON is a modular power bus system for decentralised power distribution, which simplifies the planning, procurement, installation and maintenance of the power distribution systems.The company says for remote power distribution and automation, economy and high flexibility are the key factors in modern system planning and for power distribution, and innovative approaches and solutions are imperative as intelligent installation systems replace the classical star distribution.
It can clamp the effects of electrical fast transients on the power bus. The SRV25-4LC combines eight low-capacitance steering diodes for up to four individual data or transmission lines and one TVS diode for power bus protection.
Its true six-channel design provides up to 400 W output on a 1-inch pitch and is extended shock and vibration compliant per MIL-STD-810R The PSC-6234 front I/O panel includes an LED status indicator, a USB port for field firmware upgrades and VBAT battery access for support of the VPX memory backup power bus.
These three compact, high-amperage, ROHS-compliant Radsok PCB connectors are for a variety of power bus applications, including high-power bus assembly utilities, power-to-board servers, power-to-box servers, and battery power/chargers for electric vehicles.
The testing included swept-frequency S- and Z-parameter measurements for both the bare and populated boards, power bus noise measurements in both frequency and time domains, pre-EMI scan, and environment chamber testing.
Designed as a low-cost interconnection between 2 perpendicular power bus bars, the dual-pole design allows for mating to a 2-pole laminated bus bar or double-sided power supply board tab, according to the company.
According to the paper, the new H2 Power bus, which cost $600,000 and has a top speed of approximately 55 miles per hour, uses hydrogen to power the vehicle's electric engine.
Weighing in at 5700 kg, Intelsat X has been designed and built by European contractor Astrium and makes use of the company's Eurostar E3000 high power bus. Carrying a payload that includes both C- (4 to 8 GHz) and Ku-band (12.5 to 18 GHz) transponders, Intelsat X is quoted as having a payload power value that is in the order of 8 kW For its part, Sea Launch will use a 6000 kg capacity Zenit-3SL rocket as the launch vehicle.
Varying slightly from the H Power bus, this 32-foot demonstration vehicle, operating since March 1993, runs on compressed hydrogen, which fuels a proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell.
Amphenol Industrial offers three compact, high-amperage, RoHS-compliant RADSOK PCB connectors for a variety of power bus applications.
The Rocker Power Clip is designed as a low-cost solution for interconnection between two perpendicular power bus bars.