CUI Devices

CUI Devices is an electronic components manufacturer specialising in an ever-expanding range of product technologies. Formerly part of CUI Inc, you can trace their roots back to 1989 just outside of Portland, Oregon. In September of 2019, a group of senior managers deeply involved in the historical growth of CUI Inc - and with over 15 years of average tenure - spun-off part of the business. Thus, CUI Devices was born, offering a wide range of Interconnect, Audio, Thermal Management, Motion, and Sensor solutions.

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15th September 2022
USB4 40Gbps models added to CUI devices’ USB type C connectors line

CUI Devices’ Interconnect Group has announced the expansion of its USB connectors line with the introduction of USB Type C models conforming to the USB4 40 Gbps standard.

13th July 2022
CUI Devices expands its ultrasonic sensors product

CUI Devices’ Sensors Group has announced the expansion of its ultrasonic sensors product line with a range of ultrasonic transceiver models.

8th June 2022
IP67 Models Added to CUI Devices’ Tactile Switches Line

CUI Devices’ Switches Group has announced the addition of IP67 rated models to its line of tactile switches.

8th June 2022
Incremental encoder series addresses silicon related lead time constraints

CUI Devices’ Motion Group has announced the introduction of a series to its AMT incremental encoder family.

8th March 2022
CUI devices launches circular connectors product line

CUI Devices’ Interconnect Group have announced the addition of circular connectors to its connectors product portfolio. Available in M12 connector types, CUI Devices’ CDM12 family offers a range of male or female versions with contact position options of 3, 4, 5, 8, and 12 pins.

24th February 2022
CUI Devices introduces pressure sensors line to portfolio

CUI Devices’ Sensors Group has announced the addition of pressure sensors to its product portfolio.

Tech Videos
21st February 2022
Fan bearing types – weighing the pros and cons

Fans are one of the most recognised and utilised components for thermal management, having proven to be both efficient and cost-effective at removing excess heat from a system. At the heart of all fans is the fan bearing, which most hold up to thousands of rotations per minute and reliably operate for the full lifetime of the application. This video takes a closer look at the advantages and disadvantages of the two most common bearing designs, th...

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28th January 2022
How to select a heat sink

1st December 2021
HDMI connectors line to connectors portfolio

CUI Devices’ Interconnect Group today announced the addition of HDMI connectors to its connectors product portfolio.

29th October 2021
CUI Devices introduces micro buzzer

CUI Devices’ Audio Group has announced the introduction of a 3.2mm x 3.2mm magnetic transducer buzzer, making it among the smallest micro buzzers in the industry. 

16th September 2021
Reliability Considerations for Peltier Modules

Peltier modules, also known as thermoelectric coolers (TEC) or thermoelectric modules (TEM), are solid state devices which transfer heat when electrical power is applied. This blog post will provide an overview of Peltier module construction followed by a summary of common failure mechanisms and ways to improve TEC reliability.

18th August 2021
How to select a Peltier module

What is a Peltier module and how do you select the right one for your application? As a quick overview, a Peltier module is a semiconductor device that, once a current passes through it, it actively transfers heat from one side of the module to another.

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5th August 2021
Comparing MEMS and Electret Condenser Microphones (ECM)

MEMS microphones and Electret Condenser Microphones (ECMs) are the two most common technologies used for voice capture and audio recording.

Tech Videos
5th August 2021
Absolute vs. Incremental Encoders - what’s the difference?

When you need to measure the speed, direction of motion, or position of a rotating shaft, you will likely require a rotary encoder.

14th July 2021
Power-only USB Type C receptacle goes vertical

CUI Devices’ Interconnect Group has announced the continued expansion of their power-only USB Type C receptacle line with the introduction of a vertically-oriented model. The UJC-VP-3-SMT-TR joins the existing 60W UJC-HP-3-SMT-TR and 100W UJC-HP-G-SMT-TR , which both feature horizontal, surface mount packages.

29th June 2021
Incremental encoder supports extended resolution options

CUI Devices’ Motion Group has announced the introduction of a new model to its AMT incremental encoder family. Based on the existing AMT10 series package, the new AMT10E series offers 13 new resolutions not possible in the standard version, including the common 1250 PPR, 2500 PPR, and 5120 PPR resolutions.

28th May 2021
eBook offers a complete guide to thermal management

CUI Devices’ Thermal Management Group has announced the release of a free, comprehensive ebook on the topic of thermal management. As an almost inescapable factor in electronic design, managing heat is often an afterthought during the design phase.

7th May 2021
Slide switches product line added to portfolio

CUI Devices’ Switches Group has announced the addition of slide switches to its product portfolio. Available in compact package sizes as small as 10x2.5x5.9mm, the MSS series is a family of mini slide switches featuring 2.54mm pitches, SPDT circuits, and on-on switch functions.

4th March 2021
Micro rotary DIP switches for space-constrained designs

CUI Devices’ Switches Group has announced the addition of micro rotary actuator types to its DIP switches product line. Housed in compact 7.2x7.2x2.9mm packages, the RDS-7229 series features four, ten, or 16 positions, a 5.08mm pitch, and surface mount or through hole mounting styles.

17th February 2021
Ultrasonic sensors product line added to portfolio

CUI Devices’ Sensors Group has announced the addition of ultrasonic sensors to its product portfolio. Offering a range of transmitter, receiver, and transceiver options with analogue outputs, the ultrasonic sensors feature distance ratings from 0.2 up to 18m and beam angles of 75 or 80o.

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