Enhanced MCU development tools speed wireless design
In a move which could ease the design of competitively priced and power-efficient wireless equipment for applications like smart buildings, smart industry, and smart infrastructure, STMicroelectronics has introduced new development tools and software for STM32WB wireless microcontrollers (MCUs).
Minimal voltage drop with SoH monitor
The LTC3337 from Analog Devices is a nanopower primary (non-rechargeable) cell State-of-Health (SoH) monitor with precision coulomb counter, designed to be placed in series with a primary battery with minimal associated series voltage drop.
APEM’s Easy to clean solutions – Now Available at TTI
Activated by the touch of a finger, CG series switches are designed for mounting under a non-conductive front face (glass or polycarbonate). CP series' IK10 robustness and unlimited life are perfect for self-service applications. Totally sealed (IP68 and IP69K), the PBA range is perfectly suited for humid environments or for sectors requiring a regular cleaning of control panels.
Embedded PC delivers AI horsepower
Targeting AIoT for railway and rolling stock applications, Impulse Embedded is stocking the RC300-CS, a Fanless Rugged Embedded PC System, featuring MXM GPU.
element14 issues FPGA design challenge
The Summer of FPGA Celebration at element14 is continuing with a fun design challenge to test and exhibit the skills community members gained over the summer.
Edge to cloud security with cryptographic controller
The ultra-low power MAXQ1065 cryptographic controller from Analog Devices features its proprietary ChipDNA physically unclonable functionality (PUF) technology.
Versatile range of HMI support arms under one roof
Foremost Electronics says it can now offer machine builders and process control system designers one of the most comprehensive and versatile ranges of HMI support arms available from a single source.
Yokogawa unveils 5 picometer optical spectrum analyser
Next generation optical performance is the introduction Yokogawa gave to its optical spectrum analyser (OSA).
Power transient response is 3x faster than 12V battery.
You may wonder why does an EV need a conventional battery when there’s a 400V or 800V battery already in the vehicle to power the motors? Today the 12V or 48V batteries power all the other systems in the vehicle, but they add cost and weight and take up valuable space. Why not remove the 12V battery and use the 400 – 800V battery to power everything in the car?
Flexibility meets increased power density and performance
Infineon Technologies AG launches new current ratings for its EconoDUAL 3 portfolio with TRENCHSTOP IGBT7 chips. With the broad range of current classes from 300 A up to 900 A, the portfolio offers inverter designers a high degree of flexibility while also providing increased power density and performance. In addition to solar and drive applications, the portfolio is also tailored for Commercial, construction and agricultural vehicles (CAV) ...