Top 5 power products in November
Electronic Specifier takes a look at the top 5 power products to have been released in November 2023.
Legrand integrates Innoscience GaN ICs in wall sockets
Innoscience Technology, dedicated to developing a worldwide energy ecosystem based on efficient, cost-effective gallium-nitride-on-silicon (GaN-on-Si) power solutions, has announced its collaboration with Legrand, a leading company in electrical and digital building infrastructures.
Legrand is incorporating Innoscience's InnoGaN devices in its newest home power sockets to cater to the growing power needs of products such as fast-charging Type A+C and USB power adapters. (Read more.)
Bidirectional TVS diodes from Diodes at Rutronik
Rutronik now offers the TVS diodes D3V3Z1BD2CSP from Diodes, featuring low capacitance Cd of 0.3pF.
These diodes are designed to protect high-speed differential lines. Their high pulse peak current capability (10.5A, tP = 8 / 20µs) also makes them suitable for protection against electrical overload (EOS). (Read more.)
Dual high precision operational amplifiers
Nisshinbo Micro Devices Inc. has launched the NL6012 series operational amplifiers intended for applications requiring high-precision measuring of delicate signals, such as battery-powered equipment, sensor interfaces, temperature sensors, and current sensing amplifiers.
With a maximum input offset voltage of only 10 µV, and a maximum offset voltage drift of just 0.05 µV per degree Celsius, the NL6012 is accurate. (Read more.)
Taiwan Semiconductor’s new ESD devices target wearables
Taiwan Semiconductor, a global supplier of discrete power electronics devices, LED drivers, analog ICs, and ESD protection devices, announces its new TESD Series of single-channel ESD clamping diodes offering size and performance specifications optimised for wearable applications.
The new TESD devices’ design features proprietary bidirectional clamping cells (for ESD protection up to ±30kV) in an small DFN0603 package. (Read more.)
Rohde & Schwarz 170GHz power sensors
Rohde & Schwarz is launching its new R&S NRP170TWG(N) thermal power sensor, designed for precise power level measurements in the D-band.
This RF power sensor stands out in the market because it provides full traceability to national metrology institutes (NMI) in the frequency range from 110GHz to 170GHz, a crucial factor for commercialising the frequency band. (Read more.)