CHICAGO, Feb. 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Newark a leading multi-channel, high-service electronics distributor in the Americas and part of the global Premier Farnell Group, announced today an exclusive agreement with Cynergy3 to stock its RF reed relay line.
Available for same-day shipping, Cynergy3 RF reed relays offer up to 9kV isolation and 20amps carry current performance from DC through to radio frequencies. Competitively priced, design engineers no longer have to compromise on flexibility or performance offered by RF relays.
"Newark has previously partnered with us to successfully introduce our fluid level sensors into the North American marketplace, and we feel confident that they will do the same with our RF reed relays," comments John Mason, VP, Sales & Marketing for Cynergy3's US Operations. "With its broad offering and excellent service, Newark is an attractive source for design engineers."
Mr. Mason will serve as the RF relay expert on element14, Newark's online engineering community. Design engineers are invited to chat live with him or anyone else that serves on the element14 expert panel.
Key applications for RF reed relays include HF radio, RF generators for medical diagnostic (MRI) and treatment equipment (high power lasers) and ATE semiconductor, cable and component testers.
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