Daily News today Monday 16th October, 2017 features the following:
Encouraging the next generation of engineers and makers, pi-top has released the modular laptop. Distributor, Dengrove Electronic Components now offers the 2MOPP (Means of Patient Protection) 1.0W DC/DC converter from Recom and Raytheon UK bring “smart” power to soldiers with a 10-channel power switch node. Infineon and Smart Wires partner to create grids for renewable energy and Fujipoly offers Sarcon 20GAR material that an allow cut-outs. Cliff Electronics helps system integrator with rack panels pre-assembled with feedthrough connectors.
Fujipoly says that the Sarcon 20GAR glass fabric reinforced thermal interface material is particularly suitable for complex die-cut shapes. It delivers a thermal conductivity of 3.0 W/mK while exhibiting […]
Infineon Technologies is partnering with Smart Wires to design the SmartValve to control the flow of power in renewable power grids.
Today’s grids are challenged by demands from utilities […]
Raytheon UK offers a 10-channel power switch node (PSN), which it produced in response to emerging in-field and operator requirements for military land vehicles. The PSN has external shutdown […]
The pi-top modular laptop combines hardware, software and tools, to create an electronic design platform for inventors, designers and makers of the future, says pi-top.
The laptop is targeted […]
Distributor, Dengrove Electronic Components ha added the REM1 series of compact SIP7 modules, with 2MOPP (Means of Patient Protection) from Recom.
The 1.0W DC/DC converter saves space, energy, and […]
Provided in a BGA package, measuring 6.25 x 4.0mm, the LTM8063 is a 40VIN, 2A uModule step-down regulator from Analog Devices.
According to the company, the package size is […]
Rohde & Schwarz believes its ZN-Z32 and ZN-Z33 inline calibration units are distinguished in the industry by being permanently connected to the test set-up.
The calibration units are particularly […]
Laird announces Bluetooth-qualified Class 1 HCI modules for rapid enablement of Bluetooth technology into OEM devices.
The BT850, BT851, and BT860 series complements Laird’s original BT8x0 series of dual-mode […]
The TÜV SÜD certification in support of the automotive ISO 26262 standard recognises the growing importance of EDA in the automotive safety market. Automotive chip designers can easily verify […]
Multi-switch detection interface devices from Texas Instruments save power and save space in industrial and automotive applications.
The two multi-switch detection interface (MSDI) devices consume up to 98 per […]
The ISL95338, released by Intersil, a subsidiary of Renesas Electronics, replaces two converters, and enables USB PD3.0 bi-directional voltage regulation for tablets, ultra-books and power banks
It is, says Intersil, […]
Anritsu and Teledyne LeCroy have announced a partnership to provide the industry’s most capable PCI Express 4.0 (PCIe Gen4) test, integrating the Anritsu Signal Quality Analyzer (SQA) MP1900A BERT […]
Analog Devices’ wideband RF power and return loss measurement system integrates a directional bridge-based coupler, resulting in a smaller form factor and faster time to market, says the company.
Providing flexible, low audible noise and vibration for the automotive market, the A4964 is specifically designed for engine cooling fans and oil and water pumps.
It is designed to […]
Claiming to reduce risk and time to market, Microchip has updated its MPLAB Mindi analogue simulator to include over 300 device models and schematics.
MPLAB Mindi supports digitally enhanced […]
Able to reduce power consumption by 25 per cent of that required by its predecessors, the TLX9310 is a low power consumption photocoupler from Toshiba Electronics Europe.
The photocoupler […]
Panasonic Industry Europe claims that its latest Bluetooth module has the industry’s lowest power Bluetooth Low Energy SoC. The PAN1760A module benefits from a peak power consumption of only […]