News and Events
|TE Circuit Protection’s New Surface-Mount 2410 Fuses Provide High I2t Characteristics|
3 October 2011
|Surge Stopper Integrates Ideal Diode for Comprehensive Protection Against Transient Voltages, Currents & Reverse Inputs & Output|
Linear Technology Corporation introduces the LTC4364, a surge stopper with ideal diode, providing compact and low-loss protection for 4V to 80V electronics in automotive, avionics and industrial systems. The surge stopper shields downstream electronics from input overvoltages and overcurrent, enabling continuous operation through transient surges. Overcurrent limiting protects the system and supply from short-circuits at the load. Unique to the LTC4364 is ideal diode control, which replaces a Schottky diode in the power path with a low loss N-channel MOSFET.
27 July 2012
|Super Barrier Rectifiers from Diodes Incorporated Raise Reliability |
Diodes Incorporated has announced the first devices in a family of Super Barrier Rectifiers (SBR®) designed for automotive applications. With a lower forward voltage drop, improved avalanche rating and higher safe operating area (SOA) than alternative Schottky or ultra-fast diode alternatives, these rugged rectifiers enable automotive designers to increase the reliability of motor control, display panel and LED lighting circuits.
27 June 2011
|STMicroelectronics’ STM32 Discovery Kit Establishes New Industry Standard for Low-Cost Tools for 32-bit Microcontrollers|
Plug-in USB development board supports industry’s largest ARM® Cortex™-M3 microcontroller family; enables fast evaluation and low-risk prototyping STMicroelectronics, a world leader in microcontrollers, announced the STM32 Discovery Kit, a hardware development platform priced at less than $10 and supported by either free or very-low-cost downloadable development tools from major third-party vendors Atollic, IAR and Keil.
2 November 2010
|STMicroelectronics Sharpens Audio Edge for STM32 Developers|
Co-operation with Spirit DSP delivers professional software benefits with no-charge access: why go open source, after this? To help product developers exploit the full potential of its STM32 microcontrollers in portable and home-audio products, STMicroelectronics, a world leader in microcontrollers, has teamed up with audio experts Spirit DSP to provide no-charge access to professionally developed audio software that delivers better features and performance than typical open-source alternatives.
2 November 2010
|STMicroelectronics Leverages STM32 “DNA,” Targeting Budget Applications|
Development of home and industrial electronic applications is simplified using new feature-rich, value-packed family of ARM® Cortex™ –M0 microcontrollers
8 May 2012
|SR70 Series TVS Diode Array (SPA® Devices) delivers superior lightning surge and ESD protection for telecom interfaces|
Compact SOT143 package saves space, provides flexibility when laying out protection devices
8 October 2012
|Solar Power To Go|
Sharp is entering the market for small photovoltaic components and is setting new standards right from the start with a highly efficient solar panel for mobile applications
2 July 2010
|SiTime Introduces Highest Performance MEMS Oscillators for Telecom, Networking, Storage and Wireless Applications|
Encore-Based SiT820X Family Offers 600 Femtoseconds Phase Jitter, 10 PPM Stability, 220 MHz Frequency Range and 1.8V – 3.3V Operation
30 May 2011
|Sierra Wireless reaches agreement to acquire Sagemcom M2M|
Sierra Wireless enters exclusivity agreement for acquisition of Sagemcom’s M2M business, further extending its leadership positionin the growing Machine-to-Machine marketSierra Wireless (NASDAQ: SWIR) (TSX: SW) announced it has entered into an exclusivity agreement for the acquisition of Sagemcom’s machine-to-machine (M2M) business. Sierra Wireless has submitted a binding offer to acquire substantially all of the assets of the business for €44.9 million in cash consideration plus assumed liabilities.
2 July 2012