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50W power supplies target heavy-duty industrial applications

50W power supplies target heavy-duty industrial applications
The MIW-50-D0-IP66 series of compact, 50W power supplies are designed for applications that require a low power, rugged waterproof, dust-proof, explosion-proof AC/DC or DC/DC power solution. The units operate across a full universal input range of 90V to 264VAC and provide a single output of 5, 12, 24, 36, 48, 72, 130VDC or custom. The series also offers dc-inputs of 250VDC (210-290V), 300VDC (250-350V) or custom.
19th August 2015

Multiphase sync-buck DC/DC controller uses 6-bit VID

Multiphase sync-buck DC/DC controller uses 6-bit VID
Linear's LTC3877 is a dual output multiphase synchronous step-down DC/DC controller with 6-bit Voltage IDentification (VID) control that enables 10mV output voltage step resolution, a necessary feature when powering FPGAs and ASICs with tight input voltage requirements. The LTC3877 operates from input voltages of 4.5 to 38V and produces a fixed output voltage from 0.6 to 1.23V when using VID and up to 5V without VID.
19th August 2015

Charge your phone with two AA batteries

Charge your phone with two AA batteries
Not being able to charge our phones at any given time is a struggle, but this is changing. The Nipper is a small portable phone charger. It's so small users can carry it wherever they go and it can easily attach to keys. It doesn't need to be charged and only relies on AA batteries, which can be found anywhere around the average household or bought in any shop on the go.
18th August 2015


Preventing fires in next-gen lithium batteries

Preventing fires in next-gen lithium batteries
In a study that could improve the safety of next-gen batteries, researchers at Stanford University discovered that adding two chemicals to the electrolyte of a lithium metal battery prevents the formation of dendrites, ‘fingers’ of lithium that pierce the barrier between the battery’s halves, causing it to short out, overheat and sometimes burst into flame.
18th August 2015

Sync buck DC/DC controller enables use of DrMOS

Sync buck DC/DC controller enables use of DrMOS
Linear Technology Corporation has announced the LTC3887-1, a dual output synchronous step-down DC/DC controller with I²C-based PMBus interface for digital power system management. The LTC3887-1 differs from the previously released LTC3887 by providing a three-state PWM signal, enabling the use of DrMOS, power blocks or similar power stages.
18th August 2015

Wireless power receiver IC matches wired charging speeds

Wireless power receiver IC matches wired charging speeds
Toshiba has launched a wireless power receiver IC that will enable mobile devices to be charged wirelessly, as fast as if they were connected to the charger via a cable. The TC7764WBG supports a maximum power output of 5W and is compliant with the Qi standard’s low power specification V.1.1.2, defined by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC).
17th August 2015

Li-ion batteries can be printed on almost any surface

Li-ion batteries can be printed on almost any surface
On July 15, a team of researchers at UNIST, led by Prof. Sang-Young Lee have discovered a class of printable solid-state Li-ion batteries (as referred as PRISS Batteries) that can exist on almost any surface. According to the research team, conventional rechargeable batteries come in fixed shapes and sizes, which have intrinsic limitations in fulfilling design and performance requirements for the flexible and wearable electronic devices.
17th August 2015

5-20W open power supplies are medically approved

5-20W open power supplies are medically approved
Designed to provide up to 20W for medical equipment applications, Powersolve announces the PMP05, PMP10, PMP15 and PMP20 series of single output power supplies. Each series is comprised of four models featuring Class II isolation, an open frame format and, importantly for medical applications, cooling by free air convection. Every model has been burn-in tested at full load.
17th August 2015

Contactor handles currents as high as 4000A

Contactor handles currents as high as 4000A
TE Connectivity has released the KILOVAC KHR500 (Bubba II) high-voltage, high-rupture, 600 AMP contactor, which is smaller, lighter, and switches significantly higher power than its predecessor, the EV500 (Bubba I). Capable of handling inrush currents as high as 4000A, the device is hermetically sealed for use in harsh and explosive environments. 
17th August 2015

On-chip DC/DC converter powers digital isolators

On-chip DC/DC converter powers digital isolators
The Si88x2x Dual Digital Isolators from Silicon Labs are in stock at distributor Mouser Electronics. The modules integrate proven digital isolator technology with an on-chip isolated DC-DC converter to provide regulated output voltages of 3.3V or 5.0V at peak output power of up to 5W with external power switch.
16th August 2015


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