Standex-Meder Electronics, the manufacturer of custom and standard reed switches, reed sensors, reed relays, and magnetics, have announced a new ATEX optocoupler for intrinsically safe circuits. The optocoupler series are tested and certified for extreme/harsh environments such as potentially explosive atmospheres so they will not become an ignition point when subjected to short circuits or adjacent component failures. Mining is one of the core markets that will benefit from the optocouplers.Optocouplers are electronic components which use light waves to provide electrical isolation while transferring an electrical signal. Standex-Meder’s optocouplers have a number of different uses and applications, which include: control technology, network engineering, automation technology communication systems, measurement and data acquisition systems, control and connection equipment, and heating technology. Additional applications are counting systems, speed indication, rotation measurement, seismic instrumentation, temperature monitoring and measurement, and medical ESD protection.The main features that the optocouplers offer are their galvanic separation between input and output circuits, analog & digital signal transfer is possible, there are marginal coupling capacities between input and output, only minor output delay times compared to relays, and they have a long life due to their nonabrasive mechanical wear. Their isolation resistance between input & output is up to 10e+13 Ω, their magnetic fields do not impact operation, a photodiode makes for very short cycle times (nanoseconds) with more than 10 MHz possible, and there are input and output differences up to 20 kV. Also, Standex-Meder’s optocouplers are able to invert the output signal during transfer, there is a lifetime factor increased by a factor of ten if the LED is used with less than 50% of the nominal current, and they are resistant against voltage drop.
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Director of School Safety and Security in the Ministry, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Coleridge Minto, says a careful and detailed assessment of the needs of the unattached or at-risk youth in Mount Salem is being done. The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information is working with a number of state agencies to ensure that unattached or at-risk youth in the Mount Salem community of St. James are reintegrated into the education or skills training system in short order.Director of School Safety and Security in the Ministry, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Coleridge Minto, says a careful and detailed assessment of the needs of the unattached or at-risk youth in Mount Salem is being done.Speaking to JIS News during the Zone of Special Operations (ZOSO) community services fair in Mount Salem, on September 9, ASP Minto said agencies, such as HEART Trust/NTA and the Social Development Commission (SDC) will be playing a major role in the push to get these youth back into the formal system.“We are currently doing an assessment to ascertain the number of youth who are deemed unattached or at-risk and once we have that information relating to their education and skills training needs…we will get them back into the formal system very quickly,” he noted.“We are also working with a number of schools and training institutions so that the reintegration process is seamless. We will ensure that we get a certain level of commitment from the participants that their participation in the formal process is sustained and long term,” ASP Minto said.Meanwhile, Region Four Director in the Ministry, Dr. Michelle Pinnock, has expressed optimism that the reintegration programme will be a success.“We have been observing the youth from the community and they are seeking opportunities for further education, and in most instances training. This programme is being supported by a number of state agencies and once we receive the necessary data, getting these youth back into school or into a formal training programme will be done almost immediately,” Dr. Pinnock said.She added that it is important for the residents to support and participate in the social services being offered under the ZOSO, especially in obtaining a valid identification card.Hundreds of residents from Mount Salem turned out for the two-day social services fair, held at the Mount Salem Primary School. Agencies on hand to provide services and information included the Registrar General’s Department (RGD), HEART Trust/NTA, Ministry of National Security, National Youth Service (NYS), Ministry of Labour and Social Security and Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF).The fair formed part of the social intervention programme for the Mount Salem community which, on September 1, was declared the first Zone of Special Operations under the Law Reform (Zones of Special Operations) (Special Security and Community Development Measures) Act. The ZOSO will be in place for a period of 60 days. Hundreds of residents from Mount Salem turned out for the two-day social services fair, held at the Mount Salem Primary School. Agencies on hand to provide services and information included the Registrar General’s Department (RGD), HEART Trust/NTA, Ministry of National Security, National Youth Service (NYS), Ministry of Labour and Social Security and Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF). Story Highlights The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information is working with a number of state agencies to ensure that unattached or at-risk youth in the Mount Salem community of St. James are reintegrated into the education or skills training system in short order.
Basketball BY SIMON KESLEP Digaso Hornbills coach Bernard Elavo believes that his team’s 75-74 loss to Saints is a wake-up call for his players. “The boys played really well starting from the first quarter but there were some small mistakes that gave the win away to Saints,” said Elavo. He told the Post-Courier that despite the loss, his boys did a very good job both defensively and in offensive plays. The unofficial points ladder sees Southern Flames on 8, Moniplus Tamaraws 6, Saints 6, Chariots 2, Hornbills 2 and Exodus 0. Most of the players in the team were part of Southern Flames development team and were given the opportunity to take lead in a club is a boost for them. “It is a wake up call for my young and upcoming players. Saints are an experienced side and it is eye opening, especially in defense in the last quarter and I think my boys will work more on defense,” Elavo said. Asked if his boys will be well prepare ahead of this Saturday’s game against Flames, Elavo’s advice to the players is to take this game seriously as Flames are the PMBL reigning champions and his boys will need to work more in their defensive plays.