TQ is launching with the new Version 7.0 of QNX with its TQMa6x embedded module based on ARM Cortex A9. A Version 7.0 of BSP will soon also be available for the two Cortex modules TQMa6ULx and TQMa7x. By implementing these BSPs, TQ is looking further into the future and is combining its innovative ARM […]
MEMSIC Inc., today announced the launch of its MDP200 Bi-Directional Differential Pressure Sensor for CPAP, breath detection, room pressure, damper control, flow hood, fume hood, filter monitoring and other applications where ultra-low differential pressure performance is required. Currently sampling, this industry leading pressure sensor will be shipping in commercial quantities by the end of this year. Leveraging […]
Littelfuse, Inc., introduced a series of TVS Diode Arrays (SPA® Diodes) optimized to protect DC powerlines for PoweredUSB interfaces from damaging electrostatic discharges (ESDs). SP11xx Series TVS Diode Arrays employ Zener diodes fabricated in a proprietary silicon avalanche technology to protect each I/O pin in the interface. These robust devices offer high surge tolerance, […]
The new MID-GDT transformer series is now available from Wurth Electronics Midcom. These low profile gate drive transformers are surface mount with a maximum height of 5.38mm, and operate with a voltage-time product of at least 70 Vµs on secondary windings. These pick-and-placeable transformers feature 1500V isolation, and have an operating temperature of -40° to […]
The DPS1133 single-channel power switch introduced by Diodes Incorporated high-voltage power switch is designed to meet all the demanding protection and fast-role swap requirements of USB Type-C(TM) ports. As such, it addresses the full gamut of mobile and desktop computing devices and peripherals, and numerous other applications in the consumer electronics, mobile communications, industrial, and medical […]
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Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC)* has added two high-current products to its lineup of photorelays housed in S-VSON4 packages – which feature the industry’s smallest mounting area. The new 60V TLP3407S and 100V TLP3409S offer very low on-resistance and on/off switching of high currents, making them suited to switching applications in high-speed testers. Toshiba’s S-VSON4 […]
AVX Corporation has released the new WBR Series thin film wire bond resistors. Diced to small 0202 (0.02” x 0.02”) chip outlines with extremely tight dimensional tolerances (±0.003”), WBR Series top-contact, bottom-isolated resistors are ruggedly constructed, rated for up to 250mW DC power, and deliver ultra-stable, high-reliability performance in low-profile packages. The series also offers customizable […]
Kalray announced that it will launch the third-generation of its high-performance MPPA processor: the MPPA3 Coolidge. With the success of its second-generation MPPA2-256 Bostan processor, selected by numerous automotive and aeronautic OEMs and Tier1’s, Kalray has taken its unique manycore technology to the next level in terms of performance. The third-generation of the MPPA will be […]
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CUI’s Power Group today announced the addition of a compact 300 W series to its line of internal ac-dc medical power supplies. The VMS‑300A series, available in industry standard 3” x 5” open frame and metal enclosed packages, delivers efficiencies up to 94% and high power densities up to 14.5 W/in3. Meeting EN 60601-1 edition […]
The latest MDmesh DK5 power MOSFETs from STMicroelectronics are Very High-Voltage (VHV) super-junction transistors with the extra advantage of a fast-recovery diode. This helps designers maximize the efficiency of various power-conversion topologies including LLC resonant converters with Zero-Voltage Switching (ZVS). As super-junction MOSFETs, the new devices — in voltage ratings from 950V to 1050V — […]