Part number 10105881-417 is a coupler manufactured by JDSU. JDSU is one of the leaders in the communication industry providing a range of optical products for various applications. Couplers are devices used in electronics to facilitate transfer of energy from one medium to another. For example, you are able to connect your phone and fax to the same telephone line, because a coupler splits the same signal to both devices. Here you use a simple electronic coupler. Part number 10105881-417 represents fiber optic couplers which are needed in more complex telecommunication systems, where they also monitor the signal quality.
Part number 10105938 is a tube axial fan. Tube axial fans fall under the category of axial fans, where the air movement is parallel to (or along the axis of) the shaft around which the fan blades rotate. In these fans, the fan wheels are placed inside cylindrical tubes, hence the name tube axial fans. In this arrangement, the effect of inlet and outlet dampers is eliminated. Tube axial fans are used in various industries such as agricultural, automotive, foundry, power generation, water treatment and more.
Part number 10105946 is an integrated circuit (IC) with dual channel signal processing properties. ICs are the marvel of modern technology, consisting of thousands or even millions of electronic circuits on a small chip of semiconductor material. Our day to day use home appliances, computers, mobile phones and several other devices are made possible due to ICs. Part number 10105946 is used specifically to detect premature detonation in combustion engines.
Part number 10105961-1 is an electromagnetic relay manufactured by the US Army Aviation and Missile. An electromagnetic relay is a type of electrical switch with an electromagnet as its control. How an electromagnetic relay functions is that when its core electromagnet becomes magnetized (by passing electric current), it attracts a piece of iron or steel which connects electrical contacts, completing the circuit and effecting the desired action. When the magnetic charge is lost, the circuit breaks and the device ‘switches off’. Electromagnetic relays are used in alarms, as signal detectors, in sensors and can operate low power signals as well as signals large enough to operate huge plants.
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