News and Events
|LEDs: Optimised Light Extraction Through Lens-Like Casting|
The new 'DoubleDome' series from Sharp incorporates three white light SMD LEDs with a colour rendering index (CRI) of 85. A silicone globe top applied directly on the phosphorous, with lens-like moulding, facilitates highly efficient light extraction. Sharp is supplementing its LED lighting portfolio with three new white 'high colour rendering', high-performance LEDs. The 'DoubleDome' LEDs from Sharp already provide suitable light for energy-efficient lighting without secondary optics.
24 August 2010
Built in the USA and offered in capacitance ranges from 1 500 ?F to 22 000 ?F, United Chemi-Con’s new U37 family of screw-terminal aluminium electrolytic capacitors provides high ripple current and long life to extend reliability in power-inverter systems. The family consists of three series:
18 September 2013
|KNX-RF Module for Building Automation|
Radiocrafts AS, a leading provider of compact RF modules, now expand their product line with a new module complying with the KNX-RF (Radio Frequency) specification. KNX is the only open international standard for Home and Building Control, used in Smart Home, Building Automation and Building Management Systems.
2 November 2010
|KNX RF from Radiocrafts - the European Standard for BA|
KNX devices supporting this communication medium use radio signals to transmit KNX telegrams. Telegrams are transmitted in the 868 MHz (EU) frequency band, with a maximum radiated power of 25 mW and bit rate of 16.384 kbit/sec. KNX RF radio modules from Radiocrafts has embedded RSSI signal and automatic battery supervision. The protocol uses serial nr. addressing and domain addressing and has embedded internal KNX-RF packet handler.
27 June 2011
|Keil Announces Multi-Core Debugging for NXP LPC4000 Microcontroller Family |
The new NXP LPC4000 devices from Keil integrate a multi-core system consisting of an ARM Cortex™-M4 and a Cortex-M0 processor. This asymmetric multi-core system requires additional features from the development tools, in particular the debugger.
26 January 2011
|Jupiter3 Ultra-Small GPS Receiver Module, Navman’s Smallest Yet|
Navman Wireless OEM Solutions has announced the availability of its new Jupiter3 Ultra-Small GPS Receiver Module, the company's smallest GPS module and the basis of its next generation of GPS receiver solutions. The low-cost Jupiter3 delivers not only the best of current GPS technologies, but also greater flexibility for manufacturers to design smaller, more efficient and cost-effective products containing GPS capability.
25 March 2010
|ISOLATED HALF-BRIDGE GATE DRIVERS WITH ANALOG DEVICES’ iCOUPLER® DIGITAL ISOLATOR TECHNOLOGY DELIVER INDUSTRY-BEST SPEED AND REL|
Analog Devices’ ADuM3223 and ADuM4223 are a better alternative to optocoupler-based gate drivers, with 4X faster timing and 50-year operating life.
2 July 2012
|IQD to Support ONE-NET Open-Source Wireless Control Standard|
IQD Frequency Products have announced that they have joined the ONE-NET open-source wireless networking alliance. The ONE-NET wireless standard is the world’s foremost multi-vendor, open source wireless control protocol. ONE-NET was specifically designed for optimized home control applications and includes important features such as integrated peer-to-peer operation. It also features a high level of security, excellent range and low power consumption.
4 June 2012
|Integrated Overcurrent/Overvoltage/Overtemperature Solutions|
2Pro LVM2P-015R10431 Device
17 November 2010
|Innovative New Antenna for GPS Applications|
EAD is pleased to introduce an innovative new antenna for GPS applications. The GPS-Stubby is an active GPS stub antenna designed for mobile terminals requiring an external GPS antenna. With effective gain of approximately 26 dB thanks to an integrated LNA, the GPS-Stubby operates in compact dimensions of 67mm in height and 18.5mm in diameter. It is housed in a robust sheath and can be supplied with a SMA-Male straight or SMA-Male right angle connector.
27 February 2012