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Multiple end-use industries rejuvenate PLC market

According to analysis from Frost & Sullivan, the global PLC market witnessed a strong decline in growth in 2012 due to the uncertain economic scenario in the developed world, notably in mature North American and European markets. However, since 2013, the market has witnessed positive growth across all regions, particularly in emerging regions such as Asia-Pacific. These regions are displaying uptrends due to increased activity in the construction, water and wastewater and power industries.
23rd January 2015

IC market rebounds, but CAGR remains low

IC insights has released details of IC market growth from 19810 to 2019 forecasts. The figure below shows the IC market size at the beginning and end of each decade since the 1980s and the corresponding CAGR for each 10 year period. The company recognises the importance of the endpoints chosen for each CAGR and how they can easily sway the data to look very good or simply mediocre. Therefore, end points were selected based solely on the start and end of each decade.
23rd January 2015

IP66-rated control stations available for hobbyists

IP66-rated control stations available for hobbyists
A range of pre-installed control stations from Hylec-APL has been made available to buy in most Maplin stores across the country. The control stations, which are rated up to IP66 (depending on switch type/s used), are predominantly single switch stations and include emergency stop, palm/foot, momentary action (ON/OFF) pushbutton, rotary and key switches, though a dual switch control station consisting of an emergency stop and pushbutton ON switch is also included.
23rd January 2015


RS Components, Weidmuller Seal Global Distribution Deal

RS Components, Weidmuller Seal Global Distribution Deal
RS Components has completed a new global trading agreement with industrial connectivity specialist Weidmuller. The Weidmuller range available from RS satisfies interconnection needs across numerous industries such as manufacturing, process control, energy, transportation and more for connecting power, signals and data.
22nd January 2015

Finger, ear & voice authentication to become more mainstream

Finger, ear & voice authentication to become more mainstream
  According to a recent report by Juniper Research, more than 770m biometric authentication applications will be downloaded each year by 2019. This is up from just 6m this year and will dramatically reduce dependence on alphanumeric passwords in the mobile phone market.
21st January 2015

Heat-sink features both surface mount & leaded components

The UK Intellectual Property Office has approved TDK-Lambda UK’s power supply heatsink arrangement patent application. To dissipate heat, power supply designers utilise a variety of components, including surface mount and leaded parts. These components, however, require different cooling arrangements.
21st January 2015

Infineon still among world's most sustainable companies

For the fifth consecutive time, Infineon Technologies has been included in the Sustainability Yearbook by the Swiss investment company RobecoSAM, ranking them among the world’s 15% most sustainable companies.
20th January 2015

Report analyses cheap oil impact on IC market growth

Report analyses cheap oil impact on IC market growth
The current price trend for oil gives credible upside potential to IC Insights’ current expectations for worldwide GDP and semiconductor market growth, say the company. As part of its release of the McClean Report 2015, IC Insights will present its McClean Report seminars on 20th, 22nd and 29th January that discuss its IC market analyses and forecasts through 2019.
20th January 2015

Connector line adds to Anglia Lighting offering

Connector line adds to Anglia Lighting offering
Anglia Lighting has strengthened its support of Cree lighting class LEDs. It has added an extensive range of Zhaga styled, push wire connectors dedicated to Chip-on-Board (COB) LEDs, following the signing of a UK and Ireland distributor agreement with German manufacturer BJB, a leading manufacturer of LED and conventional lighting components.
19th January 2015

SGET SDT develops standard for next unit of computing

SGET SDT develops standard for next unit of computing
The SDT.03 (Standard Development Team) work group of the SGET Standardisation Group for Embedded Technologies has officially adopted Version 1.0 of the SGET embedded NUC (Next Unit of Computing) specification, its first standard development. Embedded NUC is based on the compact Intel NUC system, which combines a wide range of PC functions in an extremely slim format.
16th January 2015


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