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Implement multiple power circuits with the same PMIC

Implement multiple power circuits with the same PMIC
Offering all the power management building blocks required to provide a power solution for handheld devices powered by lithium-ion batteries, ams has introduced a configurable PMIC. The AS3715 is suited for action cameras, portable navigation devices, tablets, media players and gaming consoles.
15th September 2014

Power supplies feature industrial standard footprints

Available in 12, 15, 18 and 24V nominal output voltages, Delta has introduced a series of industrial power supplies. The series consists of the PJT-40W, PJT-65W, PJT-100WBB and PJT-100WBA. The open frame power supplies are offered in standard footprints of 2x3 (PJT-40W), 2x4 (PJT-65W and PJT-100WBB) and 3x5” (PJT-100WBA).
15th September 2014

CUI's digital power system on show at electronica

At electronica 2014, 11th to 14th November in Munich, Germany, CUI will demonstrate a fully digital power system based on the Novum Advanced Power modules.
12th September 2014


Discharge ICs are certified for TVs & IT equipment

Discharge ICs are certified for TVs & IT equipment
  Power Integrations has revealed that the CAPZero two-terminal, automatic X-capacitor discharge ICs have been certified to meet the IEC 62368. Replacing IEC 60950 and IEC 60065, the IEC 62368 safety standard covering TVs and IT equipment will soon become mandatory.
11th September 2014

AC/DC power supplies optimised for worldwide use

AC/DC power supplies optimised for worldwide use
A range of power supplies that provide a wide input range of 85 to 264V(AC), making them suitable for worldwide use has been introduced by Solid State Supplies. The single-output, AC/DC power supplies are manufactured by Japanese power specialists Sanken. Offering a small footprint with a low weight, the SWG series is ideal for industrial applications that require low noise, high efficiency, and variations in power.
11th September 2014

Ecosystem meets the growing needs of digital power market

Ecosystem meets the growing needs of digital power market
An ecosystem which allows the quick and easy development of systems for designers who use C2000 MCUs has been introduced b y Texas Instruments. The third-party ecosystem of digital power hardware and software tools, as well as development services, include members Altair, MathWorks and Powersim. Each company has demonstrated its digital power offerings on one or more of TI’s C2000 MCU solutions, enabling applications such as inverter control, power factor correction and power conversion.
10th September 2014

'Industry's smallest' battery charger extends run-time

'Industry's smallest' battery charger extends run-time
A linear battery charger, claimed to be the industry’s smallest with the lowest power, has been introduced by Texas Instruments. The company have also introduced fully integrated DC/DC power modules. Offered in a  0.9x1.6mm WCSP, the bq25100 single-cell Li-Ion charger is half the size of existing chargers. The charger supports input voltages up to 30V, allowing accurate control of fast-charge currents as low as 10mA or as high as 250mA.
10th September 2014

Power stages integrate high- & low- side MOSFETs

Power stages integrate high- & low- side MOSFETs
Delivering currents in excess of 60A per phase, a family of integrated DrMOS power stages has been announced by Vishay Intertechnology. The SiC620 power stages integrate high- and low-side TrenchFET Gen IV n-channel MOSFETs (which are claimed to offer industry-benchmark on-resistance), an advanced MOSFET driver IC and a bootstrap Schottky diode.
10th September 2014

2nd gen AC/DC power supplies provide up to 90% efficiency

2nd gen AC/DC power supplies provide up to 90% efficiency
Expanding the company's VOF series of compact, open frame AC/DC power supplies, CUI has introduced 100, 120 and 150W models. Compared to its previous offering, the single-output supplies have been designed to provide higher efficiencies, improved no-load performance, and higher-power.
10th September 2014

Accelerate your time-to-market for USB 3.1 Type-C connectors

Enabling manufacturers to immediately develop USB 3.1 Type-C connectors and quickly get them to market, Lattice Semiconductor has introduced a USB 3.1 Type-C power delivery solution. It addresses all the critical power-related functions required by the USB 3.1 Type-C specification, which defines very small jacks suited to mobile devices.
10th September 2014


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