Future Electronics Articles
Future to host free motor control solutions webinar
Future Electronics is offering a free webinar on Motor Control Solutions in partnership with Infineon Technologies.
Wire-to-board connectors feature centre lock design
Ideal for high-density mounting and easy operation, the Hirose Electric DF51K 2mm Pitch Wire-to-Board Connectors feature a unique centre-lock design that will prevent any possible damage.
Development board beefs up MCU security features
Future Electronics is addressing possible embedded security vulnerabilities with their GoodLock development board, based on Microchip security features.
Lighting solutions need no programming
Future Electronics is featuring Signify CertaMatch Solutions for Troffer systems and High Bay Fixtures in the latest edition of their All in 1 lighting newsletter.
BLE modules highlighted in e-newsletter
The Panasonic PAN1780 Series is featured in Future Electronics’ latest e-newsletter, Sense Connect Control.
Free webinar focuses on LED sustainability
Distributor Future Electronics is collaborating with LED supplier Nichia to offer a free webinar LED sustainability through the changing global lighting market.
e-newsletter highlights Bosch IMU
Future Electronics is focusing on the Bosch BMI090L, a new Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) in their latest e-newsletter, Sense Connect Control.
32-bit microcontrollers suit fan and pump applications
The RX13T family of 32-bit microcontrollers from Renesas are ready to buy from distributor Future Electronics.
Webinar highlights embedded systems security process
A webinar hosted by Future Electronics and Microchip Technology is now available on demand.
The dawn of a new age in street lighting
As Emmanuel Gardette, Field Application Engineer, Future Electronics explains, midpower LEDs are now a valid low cost light source for street lights
European seminars focus on Machine Learning and AI
Future Electronics and NXP Semiconductors will be hosting a series of presentations in Europe on Machine Learning and AI. Attendees will learn how Machine Learning, and AI is becoming accessible to their product roadmaps.
Space-vector modulation adapted for 8-bit MCU
SPINnaker is a motor control daughter board from Future Electronics for low cost SPACE-Vector-Modulation build for the STMicroelectronics Nucleo-8S208RB kit, a development platform for the STM8S series of low-cost 8-bit microcontrollers board. It is being debuted and demonstrated at embedded world 2019 in Nuremberg (February 26-28).
Development platform helps tighten IoT security
Sequana is a hardware and software platform from Future Electronics for the rapid development of secure, connected and IoT devices. The platform includes a main controller board and a sensor daughterboard for measurement of indoor pollutants, humidity, and visible and infrared light.
Development board accelerates thermal imaging
An Arduino-compatible development board which implements contactless temperature measurement and far-field thermal imaging at a resolution of 32x24 pixels has been introduced by Future Electronics. The board may be used as a platform for the rapid development of various new smart system and IoT applications.
GaN-enabled digital PFC reference design board achieves 99% efficiency
New from global electronics component distributor, Future Electronics, is the GaNdalf reference board, which implements high-efficiency PFC and benefits from the switching and conduction performance of the latest GaN power switches from Panasonic, supported by a dual-core digital signal controller from Microchip.
Stuttgart chosen as venue for IoT workshop
Future Electronics is hosting a seminar workshop with Multitech, Gemalto, and Sierra Wireless about the latest cellular technologies for IoT on September 5, in Stuttgart, Germany. The Internet of Things has seen rapid growth in recent years, and manufacturers must get their products connected if they want to benefit from the burgeoning IoT market.
Future Electronics, Taoglas seal global pact
Future Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with Republic of Ireland-based Taoglas which supplies a comprehensive range of external, embedded and base station antenna and RF solutions for IoT and M2M applications such as Telematics/Automotive, Smart Grid, Metering/Telemetry, Home Automation, Remote Monitoring and Medical applications.
Enhancements add to development kit's IoT capabilities
Enhancements have been added to Future Electronics’ Nebula IoT Development Kit. The Nebula board has been designed to enable novices and expert developers alike to explore the vast opportunities in IoT applications, including asset tracking, energy management, fitness, lighting controls, HVAC, portable controls, security and building automation.
Meeting customer demand despite severe worldwide capacitor shortage
Distributors continue to help cushion customers from the effects of components shortages, though there are signs of a softening market. Addressing analysts on a call hosted by seeking alpha.com, Arrow Electronics CEO Michael Long indicated that while it’s global components business leading indicators remained healthy and its backlog continued to grow at robust rate, the rate of sequential year-over-year growth moderated.
IoT development kit smooths path to prototype
The Nebula IoT Development Kit has been unveiled by Future Electronics. It was developed with partners Cypress Semiconductor and Murata. The Nebula board is an IoT cloud ready board that allows developers to quickly prototype and deploy their IoT ecosystems. Wireless connectivity is supported by the Murata 1DX module, which is powered by the Cypress CYW4343W Wi-Fi and BT/BLE combo SoC.