IPL 2017: Geeta Basra, daughter cheer Harbhajan Singh from stands

first_imgFormer Mumbai Indians captain Harbhajan Singh bowled an impressive spell as he finished with two for 23 in his four overs to keep Sunrisers Hyderabad batsmen under control. (Scorecard)Harbhajan seems to have been motivated by the presence his wife Geeta Basra and daughter Hinaya Heer Plaha, who cheered on from the Wankhede stands during the Mumbai Indians versus Sunrisers Hyderabad clash in the Indian Premier League.Mumbai started well with the experienced Harbhajan and Sri Lankan Lasith Malinga giving away just five runs from the first couple of overs.Warner broke the shackles in the third over with two consecutive boundaries off Harbhajan before milking Malinga for another two after the Lankan changed ends.Coming back for his second spell, Harbhajan’s first ball was powerfully muscled over the third man boundary by a left-handed Warner for a mammoth six before the 36-year-old tweaker came back strongly the very next ball to dismiss the Aussie.Bhajji waves at his wife and daughter during the match. (BCCI Photo)Warner, who had faced 34 balls and struck seven boundaries and two sixes by then, got a top-edge while attempting another reverse-sweep as wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel dived full length to complete a stunning catch at short point.Two overs later, Harbhajan returned to bowl his final over and struck first ball with the wicket of Deepak Hooda (9), caught by Keiron Pollard at long-on.Harbhajan inspired his side’s bowlers to restrict the defending champions to 158/8 in 20 overs.Jasprit Bumrah finished with three for 24 while Lasith Malings, Mitchell McClenaghan and Hardik Pandya chipped in with one wicket apiece.advertisementHarbhajan and Geeta married in 2015 and the duo was blessed with a baby girl in July last year.last_img read more

CUI: absolute encoder series adds multi-turn output option

first_imgCUI’s Motion Group announced that its AMT21 series of absolute modular encoders has added models with multi-turn output capability. Offering 12 bits or 14 bits of absolute position information, the multi-turn AMT21 series implements a 14-bit signed number turns counter for applications rotating beyond 360 degrees. These features provide users with the ability to keep track of position even during power down conditions, while the turns counter can be maintained via a battery backup, eliminating the need for a homing sequence.Based on CUI’s patented capacitive ASIC technology, the AMT21 series is highly durable and accurate with resilience to the dirt, dust, and oil typically found in motion applications. Its high-speed RS-485 protocol for fast and low latency position data is accompanied by a low current draw of 8 mA at 5 V and a compact package with locking hub for ease of installation. Boasting accuracy of ±0.2 mechanical degrees, the AMT21 series further carries an operating temperature range from -40 to +105°C in either radial or axial orientations.The digital nature of the AMT21 series also allows users to configure the alignment via CUI’s AMT Viewpoint GUI or the encoder’s RS-485 protocol. Additionally, the digital interface of the AMT21 encoder can be used to set addresses for multiple encoders sharing the RS-485 bus.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components Continue Reading Previous HCC: fail-safe FTL for NAND to include deterministic operationNext Kontron: new platforms delivering power to fast-track autonomous in-vehicle designslast_img read more