Technical Features

August 2016
Protect Small Sensors from the Harsh Industrial Environment

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Figure 1. Welding in Automotive Assembly Line

Sensors are ubiquitous in the electrically harsh industrial environment (Figure 1). As they increase in sophistication and shrink in size, they become more complex, requiring on-board switching regulators to deliver power more efficiently for minimal heat generation. How do you safely deliver low-voltage power
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Date:
03/30/2019
Three-phase Brushless DC (BLDC) motors have become commonplace in applications such as electric fans, office automation equipment and home appliances. The nature of these applications means that not only must the motor driver dissipate as little power as possible, but it also must operate with the bare minimum
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Date:
08/29/2016
Power MOSFETs have become the preferred choice as the main switching device within power supplies for a wide range of consumer and industrial electronics equipment. Because it has become more important to improve overall power supply efficiency to meet energy saving requirements from governmental and industry
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Date:
08/29/2016
Industrial automation systems are undergoing a revolution to reduce latency and down time. This directly translates to increased profits for factory operators and machine builders.  Dubbed Industry 4.0, this effort will add more intelligence across the factory floor from HMI panels and controllers to communication
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Date:
08/24/2016