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3D solutions provide energy savings in silicon power transistor

Tokyo Tech researchers demonstrate operation energy-savings in a low price silicon power transistor structure by scaling down in all three dimensions. In electronics, lower power consumption leads to operation cost savings, environmental benefits and the convenience advantages from longer running devices. While progress in energy efficiencies has been reported with alternative materials such as SiC and GaN, energy-savings in the standard inexpensive and widely used silicon devices are still keenly sought.
6th December 2016

Nissan and Eaton broaden xStorage energy storage portfolio

Nissan and Eaton broaden xStorage energy storage portfolio
Nissan and Eaton are broadening their portfolio of xStorage Home residential energy storage solutions by introducing a range of six product configurations, giving consumers greater choice to meet their energy needs. This announcement comes as pre-orders of xStorage Home begin in UK, Norway and Germany with other European markets to follow in the coming months.
6th December 2016

Research reveals alternative to battery power storage

Research reveals alternative to battery power storage
A piece of joint research between the University of Surrey, Augmented Optics, and the University of Bristol, has developed what the project believes to be a potentially transformational technology which could revolutionise the capabilities of appliances that have previously relied on battery power.
5th December 2016


Ultrathin 12A µModule regulator is configurable as quad, triple, dual or single output

Ultrathin 12A µModule regulator is configurable as quad, triple, dual or single output
Linear introduces the LTM4643 quad output step-down µModule (power module) regulator, configurable as a single output (12A), dual (6 & 6A or 9 & 3A), or quad (3A each) regulator in a 9x15x1.82mm ultrathin LGA package. This flexibility enables system designers to rely on one simple and compact µModule regulator for a variety of voltage and load current requirements in FPGA, GPU, ASIC and processor-based applications.
5th December 2016

Smart power stages feature integrated current monitors

Smart power stages feature integrated current monitors
Meeting the need for real-time processor and memory power consumption monitoring in telecom equipment and datacentre servers, Vishay Intertechnology has introduced two 60A VRPower smart power stages with integrated current and temperature monitors for multi-phase DC/DC systems. 
2nd December 2016

Critical systems capacitor doubles predecessor's operating life

Critical systems capacitor doubles predecessor's operating life
New Yorker Electronics has introduced a series ruggedised aluminium electrolytic capacitors with welded seals from Cornell Dubilier Electronics, the MLSG in both Flatpack and Slimpack. This series targets compact power supply applications in military and aerospace, as well as other critical systems.
1st December 2016

PoL converters provide advanced power conversion management

PoL converters provide advanced power conversion management
A module has been added to Murata Power Solutions' OKD family of digitally controlled Point of Load (PoL) DC/DC converters, the 60A, 95% efficient OKDL-T/60-W12. The OKDL-T/60 power module is suited for FPGA and processor applications. The module is specified to operate over a Vin range of 4.5-14VDC, and provides a user adjustable output in the range of 0.6-1.8VDC with an efficiency of 94.9%. 
1st December 2016

Nanocrystalline cores enhance common mode chokes

Nanocrystalline cores enhance common mode chokes
With increasing power densities needing to be supported in modern electronics hardware, ensuring adequate EMI suppression is of greater importance than ever. As well as being fully operationally effective, common mode chokes must also exhibit compact form factors in order to address increasingly acute space constraints.
30th November 2016

MLF/MLFM MELFs offer low thermal resistance

MLF/MLFM MELFs offer low thermal resistance
Stackpole's MLF/MLFM is a series of metal film, surface mount MELF resistors. The MELF technology provides cooler operating temperatures than flat chip resistors at full rated power. For example, the MLFM1 will typically run more than 70°C cooler than the equivalent 1W 2512 size flat chip resistor and has a smaller footprint.
30th November 2016

Power inductors handle automotive temperatures, stresses

Power inductors handle automotive temperatures, stresses
The HCMA Series of high current power inductors are now available from TTI in Europe. The products are designed to withstand temperature and shock stresses found in automotive applications to support greater reliability in electronics for Advanced Drive Assistance Systems (ADAS), vehicle control, body control, lighting, infotainment, cluster controls, heating and air conditioning, chassis and safety systems.
30th November 2016


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