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24-60W AC/DC power supplies suit medical applications

24-60W AC/DC power supplies suit medical applications
The TMM series of fully encapsulated 24 to 60W AC/DC power supply modules, available from Powersolve, have been designed specifically for medical applications although their EMI/EMC characteristics and safety approval package combine to make the modules suitable for demanding applications in industrial and transportation systems.
9th June 2016

PCB relays need only half the space of previous-generations

PCB relays need only half the space of previous-generations
Schukat aims to be your partner of choice when it comes to relays. With Zettler, the company now has another well-known manufacturer among its relay suppliers. Zettler's AZ956 series PCB relays stand out with their super-small dimensions. At just 13x7.62x6.9mm, they require only half the space of previous-generation standard relays.
8th June 2016

Power doubler MCMs provide easy upgrade to DOCSIS 3.1

Qorvo has unveiled three DOCSIS 3.1-ready power doubler multi-chip modules (MCMs). Qorvo’s latest power doubler MCM amplifiers provide cable broadband service providers an easy upgrade path to DOCSIS 3.1 with maximum design flexibility and functionality while conserving power and reducing board space.
8th June 2016


Moixa’s smart battery used in Big-6 utility pilots

Moixa Technology has announced a ground-breaking pilot of Moixa’s smart battery Maslow product in ScottishPower customer homes, helping them to save money and use more of the energy they generate. It also demonstrates how storage technology could address the challenges facing the UK’s overstretched grid.
8th June 2016

1, 2 & 3W power modules with single to three phase input voltage range of 90-528VAC

Aimtec is a manufacturer of modular power supplies headquartered in Montreal, Canada with offices in Europe and Asia. Aimtec’s research, development and design is driven by technological advancements, industry trends and market needs. Aimtec’s product portfolio includes modular AC/DC and DC/DC switching power converters and LED drivers.
8th June 2016

GaN-on-Si power transistors suit use in macro wireless basestations

GaN-on-Si power transistors suit use in macro wireless basestations
MACOM has announced the latest entries in its MAGb series of GaN on Silicon power transistors for use in macro wireless basestations. Based on MACOM’s Gen4 GaN technology, the MAGb-101822-240B0P and MAGb-101822-120B0P power transistors harness the clear performance benefits of GaN in rugged, low-cost plastic packaging, enabling improved cost efficiencies that further distinguish MACOM’s GaN power transistors as the natural successors to legacy LDMOS offerings for basestation applications.
8th June 2016

Origami ninja star inspires super efficient battery

Origami ninja star inspires super efficient battery
A disposable battery that folds like an origami ninja star could power biosensors and other small devices for use in challenging field conditions, says an engineer at Binghamton University, State University of New York. Seokheun "Sean" Choi, assistant professor of computer and electrical engineering at Binghamton University, along with two of his students, developed the device, a microbial fuel cell that runs on the bacteria available in a few drops of dirty water.
8th June 2016

Fuel gauges monitor battery life in mobile devices

Fuel gauges monitor battery life in mobile devices
The MAX1720x and MAX1721x ModelGauge m5 battery fuel gauges from Maxim Integrated are now in stock at Mouser Electronics. These ultra-low power, stand-alone fuel gauge ICs feature low quiescent currents and programmable alert functions for voltage, temperature, current, and state of charge (SOC).
7th June 2016

Next-gen batteries use a pigment electrode

Next-gen batteries use a pigment electrode
Calcium ion batteries (CIBs) have attracted much attention as next-generation batteries to replace lithium ion batteries (LIBs) because the theoretical capacity of CIBs is twice that of LIBs. This doubled capacity can be explained by the difference between monovalent and divalent ions. In addition, CIBs possess advantages such as a lower cost and higher safety because calcium is more abundant than lithium and because CIBs have a higher melting point than LIBs.
7th June 2016

IXYS introduces 40V high-current robust power MOSFETs

IXYS Corporation has announced a generation of high-current Trench devices: 40V TrenchT4 Power MOSFETs. Available at either 270 or 340A current rating, they are optimised for DC to DC converters, synchronous rectification in switched-mode power conversion applications, high current Solid State Relays and motor control applications.
7th June 2016


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