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A Breakthrough in Electronic Component Technology
Colossus EPC Inc., and its subsidiary, Isoline Component Company, LLC., have developed and patented a revolutionary electronic power cell component.
The Isoline Component is a device designed to receive a single power input and, in return, produce multiple power outputs that achieve true isolation. The isolated outputs can be modified to the user's specifications. This technology enables the user to create either a singular or multiple outputs, allowing versatility in power configurations without requiring any changes to the input. The component consists of a compact multilead device that can be soldered to a PCB and offers the adaptability to couple various
components internally with the unit to meet the user’s needs.
The design of the component produces both low heat generation and no electrical sound interference between the input and output power signals. By performing multiple uses in a single compact component, the Isoline can eliminate the need for multiple components and can reduce the cabling needed to condition power in a device or printed circuit board.
Offering virtually unlimited adaptability and efficiency in amplifying, generating, converting, transforming, and otherwise conditioning power and isolating signals, the Isoline component can function within a wide range of uses, including: consumer electronics, audio equipment, communication devices, telecom infrastructure, space applications, satellites, wired and wireless communications, and other product
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Ground Reference Component
The GRC is a component developed using the IsoLine technology. The GRC is designed to receive a single low-power input and, in return, produce one to four true isolated ground references.
The most common cause of noise in large-scale electronic systems is lack of good grounding practices. Grounding is a major issue for design and system engineers. If several points are used for ground connections, differences in potential between points caused by inherent impedance in the ground line can cause troublesome ground loops, which will cause errors in voltage readings.
Devices that combine analog and digital circuitry should, in general, have their analog and digital grounds kept separate. This is to prevent noise from being generated within the circuits due to a ground current. Digital circuits are notorious for generating spikes of current when signals change states. Analog circuits can generate current spikes when load currents change or during slewing.
The GRC is a low cost solution to ground problems in the industry. By providing isolated single point grounds, contained in a component package, the GRC can easily be placed anywhere ground is needed. Each ground is not only truly isolated from the input power, but also from each other. Grounds produced can be used individually, or tied together without affecting the input isolation.
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Cordless Ground Strap
In continued research and development of IsoLine Component technology, IsoLine has produced a versatile tool deemed the CGS, or Cordless Ground Strap. Using the developed GRC (Ground Reference Component), The CGS improves the ability to effectively ground and/or dissipate electrostatic discharge in a mobile setting. Simply put, the CGS allows the wearer to be grounded wirelessly.
Currently, any industries that work with electronic components, IC chips, low voltage parts, explosives, or certain operating theatres, require their personnel be grounded via a tethered strap. The solutions of today also include heel and ankle straps that work with specialized flooring mats to achieve a static dissipation. While alternatives to the wrist strap exist boasting wireless static dissipation, these current products have proven to be ineffective when tested.
The implemented use of the GRC technology in the construction of the CGS has enabled us to achieve an effective tool in wireless grounding, a scientific first. The test results have proven that the CGS is at least equal in comparison to being grounded via a tether to Earth ground. This innovation improves the ability to work in a wide array of scenarios that require freedom of movement in electrically sensitive conditions, and eliminates the need to be tethered.
Test results available.