coupler


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coupler

Any device that joins two objects, e.g., a video endoscope to its light source.
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System does not enlarge or expand the aortotomy during coupler deployment,
Adding a quick coupler also tacks on to maintenance time and costs, Kausch says.
These liquids are used, in lieu of fuel, to qualify the fuel line couplers.
Synovis' original Coupler is widely used in microvascular surgery, including breast reconstruction in cancer patients, as well as in several applications in head, neck and hand reconstruction.
The tight tolerance coupler is offered in a variety of frequency bands and can be utilized for power control of transmitters in cellular, GPS, and wireless communications, which are key features for designers of W-CDMA, WiMAX, and WiBro systems.
Focusing, as its entry point into the market, UAI has targeted the standard and gooseneck trailer hitch and coupler market in the United States.
a fiber optic product and solution manufacturing company, announced today the availability of Polarization Maintaining (PM) coupler / splitters for a wide variety of applications and industries.
The Industrial Bulkhead Coupler is ideal for use on enclosures with a protected connection on the outside to a device, and standard modular patch cord on the inside to a switch or controller.
patent for its Flow Coupler, the next generation of the company's Microvascular Anastomotic Coupler System.
Because AOFR's AnyMode coupler is independent of the source, the coupling ratio remains stable.