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Automotive Electronics

October 2015
Today’s digital lifestyles are driving demands for ultra-mobile computers: thin, lightweight, always-connected PCs that allow their owners to work wherever they need to be, unhindered by any need for frequent recharging. Efficient power management significantly influences the computer’s ability
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10/31/2015
Linear Technology announced the LT6657, a family of ultra-stable bandgap voltage references that exhibits less than 1.5ppm/°C of temperature drift. Reinforcing this groundbreaking performance, the LT6657 has only 0.5ppmp-p of low frequency noise, less than 30ppm of long term drift and 35ppm of thermal hysteresis. The
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Date:
10/30/2015
Diodes' automotive MOSFETs protect vehicle ECUs against reverse-polarity battery connections

The DMP4015SPSQ 40V P-channel MOSFET

The DMP4015SPSQ 40V P-channel MOSFET introduced by Diodes Incorporated is designed to protect automotive Electronic Control Units (ECUs) against the risk of reverse-battery connection. ECUs are used in a growing number of automotive control applications and, with some vehicles deploying up to 80 ECUs, the need
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Date:
10/27/2015

Mouser and Grant Imahara drive innovation with

Back to the Future Day contest

Mouser Electronics, an authorized distributor with the latest semiconductors and electronic components, is teaming up with celebrity engineer Grant Imahara to announce a new social media contest to support the upcoming Back to the Future Day on October 21, 2015. Mouser is asking the engineering community to
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10/20/2015
Electric motor future aligns with coil-winding technology development

Konstantinos Laskaris, chief motor designer at Tesla.

Coil winding breakthroughs will help make electric cars cheaper to build, more efficient to operate, and even better for the environment, says Konstantinos Laskaris, chief motor designer at Tesla. As the market for plug-in electric cars expands globally – even as gasoline prices remain low – increasing vehicle
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10/15/2015
A Leaderboard Report from Navigant Research examines the strategy and execution of 18 original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), including company profiles and rankings, to provide industry participants with an objective assessment of these companies’ relative strengths and weaknesses in the developing autonomous
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10/15/2015
KOA Speer's latest current-sense chip resistor handles high temps

UR73V 1206-size thick-film current sense resistor

KOA Speer Electronics introduced the UR73V, 1206-size thick-film current-sense resistor with a high operating temperature -55°C +155°C. The UR73V2B is AEC-Q200 qualified and has a 0.5W power rating and a resistance range of 10mΩ ~ 100mΩ. With a standard tolerance of ±1.0%, and T.C.R. values of
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Date:
10/15/2015
KEMET claims smallest high-voltage ceramic caps with internal arc protection

High-Voltage ArcShield Capacitor

KEMET has announced the world’s smallest high-voltage surface mount multilayer ceramic capacitors (MLCCs) with internal arc protection. The EIA 0603 case size has been added to KEMET’s High-Voltage ArcShield product portfolio with voltage ratings up to 1,000 volts. High-voltage capacitors are
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Date:
10/06/2015
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