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1W surface mount DC/DC converters certified for medical use

1W surface mount DC/DC converters certified for medical use
Murata has announced it has introduced the NXJ1, a series of single output, high reliability, high isolation, 1W surface-mount DC/DC converters designed for medical products, with other applications in industrial, transport and telecoms markets. Manufactured by Murata Power Solutions and measuring only 13.72x10.46x4.36mm, this compact low-profile series features six models comprising nominal input voltage options of 3.3, 5 or 12VDC and single outputs of 3.3, 5, 12 or 15VDC.
26th October 2015

Acquisition transfers power supply franchise

Acquisition transfers power supply franchise
Following the acquisition of Stontronics by Stadium Group, the company has announced that its franchised product distribution business will be transferred from Stadium Power to Stontronics.
26th October 2015

SL Power names Gresham as design-in distributor

SL Power names Gresham as design-in distributor
Gresham Power Electronics, a Defence and Commercial power conversion specialist, has been appointed by SL Power as its Design-In Distributor for the UK. Gresham can now supply SL Power’s market leading range of industrial, medical and LED lighting power supplies from its Salisbury facility.
24th October 2015


VL pin simplifies integration in low- & multi-voltage systems

VL pin simplifies integration in low- & multi-voltage systems
  Exar announces a family of RS-232 (EIA/TIA-232) transceivers designed to operate from 3 to 5.5V supplies. The XR32220, XR32430 and XR32431 include an adjustable low voltage logic interface that simplifies their use in low voltage and multi-voltage systems.
23rd October 2015

AC/DC power supplies have a power range of 150 to 650W

AC/DC power supplies have a power range of 150 to 650W
Powerbox introduces its latest Industrial Line of standard AC/DC power supplies. With over 200+ products covering a wide span in power, output voltages, mechanical format and cooling options, the Industrial Line of products is a comprehensive product portfolio, aimed at some of the most demanding applications in electronics.
22nd October 2015

Toshiba’s new photocouplers TLP7820 and TLP7920 are for current sensing and voltage sensing in power converters.

Toshiba’s new photocouplers TLP7820 and TLP7920 are for current sensing and voltage sensing in power converters.
Toshiba’s TLP7820 and TLP7920 photocouplers are designed for current sensing and voltage sensing in power converters. They achieve high accuracy through the inclusion of a delta sigma ADC. Both versions are analogue output type devices and available at distributor Rutronik as of now; digital output variants will follow.
22nd October 2015

Time-of-flight IC reduces power consumption

Time-of-flight IC reduces power consumption
Pulse amplitude signal measurement is used for object detection in the ISL29501 sensor. Intersil’s Andrew Cowell told a Eurasia press conference in California that the technology overcomes the problems encountered by conventional time-of-flight ICs which use amplitude changes.
21st October 2015

Li-Ion affords hot swap for transport regulations

Li-Ion affords hot swap for transport regulations
  For where reliability and safety are paramount, namely medical and industrial applications, Accutronics has developed the Intelligent Power Vault to allow critical equipment to run continuously without mains supply.
21st October 2015

Designing supply voltage supervision for multi-rail boards

Designing supply voltage supervision for multi-rail boards
Circuit boards with FPGAs, microprocessors, ASICs, and DSPs have particular design criteria, resulting in multiple power supply rails. Pinkesh Sachdev, Linear Technology, looks at some voltage supervision challenges
21st October 2015

Powering the portable age of medical technology

Powering the portable age of medical technology
Rob Phililips, managing director of Accutronics, explores the origins of the Li-Ion batteries and chargers specifically for the medical market
21st October 2015


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