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Power Passives and Discretes

September 2014
Allegro’s A1366 Hall sensor IC joins extremely low noise with high resolution

The A1366 from Allegro MicroSystems

The A1366 from Allegro MicroSystems Europe is a factory-programmable linear Hall-effect current sensor IC designed to achieve high accuracy and resolution by the use of advanced temperature compensation technology. The proprietary linearly interpolated temperature compensation technology, programmed
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09/30/2014
ABB, a leading power and automation technology group, has announced it will hold its popular annual Capacitor Application Seminar in Las Vegas on November 11-13 at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Convention Center in Las Vegas. This will be the 14th consecutive year for this Capacitor Application event. The
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09/26/2014
At the world’s biggest electronics show, electronica in Munich (Nov. 11-14, 2014/Hall A5-Booth 562) ROHM Semiconductor will present its most recent developments from the company’s R&D centers as well as co-developments with partners which have been manufactured in its fully integrated production sites.
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09/25/2014

One of the most important features in switched mode power supplies is power density. It is crucial for high-power applications like server and telecom but it is also a key factor for low- to mid-power designs like battery chargers and adapters. Let’s explore the performance of advanced solutions
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09/23/2014
Rapidly growing demand for data capacity means that data center power requirements are increasingly reaching megawatt rather than kilowatt levels. Let’s looks at how UPS providers can respond to this challenge while maintaining the availability and energy efficiency standards enjoyed by lower power installations. Data
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09/20/2014
Honeywell Sensing and Control to show advanced sensing solutions at electronica

“Sensing Sensation” sphere displays showcasing Honeywell sensor technology

Honeywell will be showcasing a variety of products at the upcoming Electronica show in Hall 13, Booth 325 November 11-14 in Munich. Among those, will be two new products introduced this year, Honeywell’s Anisotropic Magnetoresistive (AMR) Sensor ICs, Nanopower Series and new additions to Honeywell’s Basic
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09/19/2014
Stackpole's enhanced metal foil current sense chip resistors suit cost-sensitive apps

Stackpole's CSNL Series resistors

Stackpole's CSNL Series utilizes metal foil technology, which allows the CSNL to offer 1% tolerances and 50 ppm TCR in resistance values down to 0.5 milliohms. The CSNL Series offers sizes of ½ watt 1206, 1 watt 2010, and 2 watt 2512. The CSNL has excellent performance over life, temperature cycling, moisture,
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09/18/2014
ON Semi's high-performance SiP aids precision sensing in portable medical devices

Struix semi-customizable System-in-Package solution

ON Semiconductor, driving energy efficiency innovations, has responded to rapidly-evolving product development demands within the portable medical market by introducing Struix, a semi-customizable System-in-Package (SiP) solution for precision sensing and monitoring in a variety of mobile medical electronics
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09/16/2014
Munich’s exhibition center, Messe München, will open its doors from 11 to 14 November 2014 for the 26th electronica. The leading international trade fair for electronic components, systems and applications has the heading “Welcome to Planet e”. VACUUMSCHMELZE will again be present, exhibiting new products
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09/16/2014
As the number of voltage rails continues to grow inside systems due to higher complexity and proliferation of digital content, it is essential to have a mechanism to monitor and control these rails. Often times there can be as many as 50 point-of-load voltage rails and system designers need to be able to easily
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09/15/2014
Paul Lee of Intersil on intelligent power monitoring

Paul Lee of Intersil

In this PSDcast Paul Lee of Intersil talks to Alix Paultre of Power Systems Design about the role of intelligent power monitoring in the latest cloud-based and tethered systems. Intersil's ISL2802x digital power monitor (DPM) family delivers high accuracy measurements in a wide input common mode voltage range
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09/09/2014
Bryce Osoinach of Freeescale on sensors in the IoT

Bryce Osoinach of Freeescale

In this PSDcast Bryce Osoinach of Freeescale talks to Alix Paultre of Power Systems Desgn about the challenges of designing power-efficient devices for the Internet of Things (IoT), especially in the area of sensor systems. No matter the device, there can be no precision or intelligence without feedback, and
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09/05/2014
Innovative Power’s single-phase Step/Control Transformers suit industrial applications

Innovative Power's latest Single Phase 50/60 Hz Step/Control Series Transformer

Featuring superior reliability, advanced performance and rugged construction, Innovative Power's latest Single Phase 50/60 Hz Step/Control Series Transformers is well suited for industrial applications, including motor speed control. Step up/down control transformers reduce electrical voltage, with their primary
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09/04/2014
Components Bureau has announced it will be launching its own range of transformers, called the Precision range, at this year’s Electronics Design Show (stand H42). Other highlights on the stand will include products from Components Bureau’s recently added partner Superworld Electronics. The Precision
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09/03/2014
ROHM’s RASMID ultra-compact components tout novel miniaturization

ROHM’s 03015-size resistors are the most compact electronic components available at the production level. Size is reduced by 56% over conventional 0402-size products.

In the past years, following the increasing functionality of a variety of equipment such as smartphones and tablet PCs, there has been an evidently growing need for thinner, more compact form factors at the component level that provide greater precision and reliability. The recent advent of wearable electronics
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09/02/2014
Freescale offers first AEC-Q100-qualified intelligent battery sensor with CAN protocol

MM9Z1J638 battery sensor

Freescale Semiconductor announced the availability of the industry’s first general market AEC-Q100 qualified intelligent battery sensor to combine three measurement channels, a 16/32-bit MCU, and a CAN protocol module in a single package. Designed to support both conventional and emerging battery
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09/02/2014
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