Neousys's Nuvo-7250VTC, a rugged in-vehicle controller, is equipped with supercapacitor technology to provide 2500 Ws stored energy to sustain the system to safely shut down during unforeseen power outages.
Combining the flexibility of digital power with the responsiveness of analog algorithms, STMicroelectronics' STNRGPF12 dual-channel interleaved boost-PFC controller is easily configured and optimised using the company's eDesignSuite software.
ICP-DAS's WISE-2241M (Web Inside, Smart Engine) offers a user-friendly and intuitive website interface that allows users to implement IF-THEN-ELSE control logic in controllers with just a few clicks.
Aaeon has released the BOXER-8120AI AI@Edge controller — a high-performance, low-power-consumption machine vision system with support for four IP cameras.
STMicroelectronics has expanded its STSPIN32 programmable motor controller family with the STSPIN32F0B system-in-package (SiP) for one-shunt current sensing — an all-in-one solution for the growing market of battery-operated power tools.
Microchip Technology has announced dual- and single-core dsPIC33C digital signal controllers (DSCs) with more options to meet changing application requirements across memory, temperature and functional safety.
John Young, APAC Sales Director at EU Automation, gives his advice for keeping your programmable logic controllers safe from cyber attack.
Microchip Technology's dsPIC33CH has one core designed to function as a master, while the other functions as a slave. The slave core can be used for executing dedicated, time-critical control code, while the master core is busy running system-level functions, including user interface (UI), monitoring and communications, customised for the end application.
STMicroelectronics has released an all-in-one LED control chip, the HVLED001B controller, designed to simplify designing LED-lighting modules, maximise energy efficiency at all dimming levels and ensure smooth brightness control.
The R7F0E is a 32-bit, Arm Cortex-based embedded controller capable of operating up to 64 MHz for rapid local processing of sensor data and execution of complex analysis and control functions. Consuming just 20 μA/MHz active current and 150 nA deep standby current, the product is suitable for low-power and energy harvesting applications.
STMicroelectronics' STHVDAC-253C7 digital controller for tunable capacitors is designed to shrink the size, bill of materials (BoM) and power consumption of antenna-tuning circuits for stabilising smartphone RF performance.
ICP DAS's G-4514-4G series are M2M (machine-to-machine) power-saving PACs, useful for applications requiring complex controls. Suitable for harsh environments, all PACs in the series come with a cellular transceiver and a solar charger.
The GTP-541M, from ICP DAS, is an industrial smart 4G remote terminal device, backward compatible with the 2G/3G frequency band.
The ISL81601 and ISL81401 are true bidirectional controllers that sense peak current at both ends and provide cycle-by-cycle current limit in both directions while in buck or boost mode.
The STMicroelectronics STWBC-MC 15 W wireless battery-charger transmitter can control multiple charging coils, making charging less dependent on the precise position of the battery-powered device.