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Dipole antenna covers frequency range from 698 to 6000MHz
In stock now at Rutronik UK is a new range of ultra-wideband dipole antennas for 5G applications from PulseLarsen.
Power management IC comes in space-saving package
In stock now at Rutronik UK is the NJW4750 from NJR, one of the smallest 4-channel Power Management ICs on the market.
DC/DC switching regulators feature input range from 4.3V up to 65V
Rutronik has added the new RPMH-0.5 series of 0.5A non-isolated DC/DC switching regulators from Recom to its offering.
Rutronik debuts dev kit for AI-based applications
The first development kit developed by Rutronik, the RUTDevKit-STM32L5, is a complete solution for AI-based applications running on an MCU platform.
2.4GHz FEM extends range and battery life
The 2.4GHz RF front end module (FEM) nRF21540 from Nordic Semiconductor is a "plug and play" range extender that improves range and connection robustness, when combined with the multiprotocol wireless SoCs of nRF52 and nRF53 Series or other radios.
Meeting the demand for smarter and more connected robots
Look inside any factory or production facility today, and you’ll probably find robots hard at work. According to research conducted by the International Federation of Robotics, in the two years from 2020 to 2022, there will be another two million industrial connected robots installed in factories around the world. Florian Schmäh, Product Sales Manager Boards at Rutronik explains more.
Farming and medicine benefit from UV LED solutions
From industry through to medicine and public infrastructure, the use of UV LEDs is offering new approaches in the fields of sterilisation, deep cleaning of air and water, agriculture and industrial manufacturing.
5G/LTE M.2 cards in stock at Rutronik
The advanced 5G/LTE M.2 Card FN980m of Telit features both the Sub-6 and the mmWave frequency bands with 5G, LTE, WCDMA and GNSS support.
RF switches boast high switching speed
Two RF switches, the BGS14WMA9 and BGS12WN6, boast high switching speed and are optimised for WLAN and Bluetooth applications.
How to choose wireless standards in IIoT applications
The development of multiple wireless standards for data transmission are one of the key drivers behind the ongoing trend towards the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). But with the choice now greater than ever, selecting the most appropriate standard for the application can be daunting. Bernd Hantsche, Director Product Marketing Embedded & Wireless at Rutronik offers some insight.
Buck-boost converter ready to buy at Rutronik UK
The Recom buck-boost converter RBBA3000 in a half-brick package delivers up to 3kW output power with a conversion efficiency of 98%.
Development kit supports Bluetooth Low Energy designs
A new Preview Development Kit (PDK) from Nordic Semiconductor is now available at distributor Rutronik UK.
Multiprotocol SoC supports direction finding
A multiprotocol SoC (System on Chip) nRF52833 from Nordic Semiconductor is now available at distributor Rutronik UK.
Current sensor suppresses interference fields
A coreless open loop current sensor for accurate and stable measurements in industrial applications is now being sampled by distributor Rutronik UK.
How to drive BLDC motors effectively with MOSFET tech
Our increased use of electric motors, especially in the automotive and industrial sectors, means that they are now a very large consumer of energy worldwide. BLDC (brushless FDC) motor technology is coming to the fore to improve reliability and efficiency, and MOSFET technology is providing an efficient drive solution. Mirko Vogelmann, Product Sales Manager Power Semiconductors, Rutronik explains.
Module covers multiple wireless protocols
Based on the SoC (System-on-Chip) nRF52840, Nordic’s most powerful short-range wireless microcontroller, Minew’s new MS88SF2 multi-protocol module can be operated with the wireless protocols Bluetooth 5.0, ZigBee 3.0, Thread and ANT, as well as with proprietary 2.4GHz stacks.
Rutronik plans Bluetooth, IoT demos at embedded world
How to take advantage of the latest Bluetooth, IoT, 5G and display technologies will be demonstrated at embedded world in Nuremberg (25-27 February 2020). Visitors to booth 467 in Hall 5 will see the latest solutions from RUTRONIK EMBEDDED, including system concepts ranging from connected sensor nodes and gateways to customer-specific display customisations.
Bluetooth RF module supports ten BLE connections
The HCI (Host Controlled Interface) Bluetooth RF module PAN1326C2 from Panasonic is based on Texas Instruments’ CC2564C dual-mode Bluetooth controller that combines Bluetooth Basic Rate (BR), Enhanced Data Rate (EDR) and Low Energy (LE).
Why devices with position tracking require an internet connection
In a few months the European satellite system Galileo will be completed. Most devices with location tracking functions already support it. Even so, their manufacturers should endeavour to implement over-the-air access, as this is the only way that satellite selection can be adjusted on demand as needed – something which can be a critical factor, writes Bernd Hantsche, Director Product Marketing Embedded & Wireless at Rutronik.
Transceiver module boasts energy efficiency
The compact wireless transceiver module TCM 515 from EnOcean offers reduced power consumption, smaller size and a lower purchase price compared to the previous generation TCM 310. It is now available at distributor Rutronik UK.