Transparent transistors developed

07 February, 2019

Researchers have engineered a zinc-oxide-based transparent material that displays tuneable electronic properties depending on the tweaking of a new type of dopant.

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ single-board computer

05 February, 2019 | Supplied by: element14

The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ delivers the enhanced thermal performance and ease of use of Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ in a smaller form factor, with a choice of memory variants suitable for a broad range of embedded applications.

Winmate EAC Mini EACFA20 IoT gateway

05 February, 2019 | Supplied by: Backplane Systems Technology Pty Ltd

The EAC Mini EACFA20, from Winmate, is an Android-based Industrial IoT gateway with low power-consuming Freescale Cortex A9 i.MX6 processing and good expansion possibilities.

Würth Elektronik Calypso Wi-Fi module

04 February, 2019 | Supplied by: Wurth Electronics Australia Pty

Würth Elektronik offers the Calypso Wi-Fi module — a compact, fully integrated wireless module for embedded systems in industrial applications.

AI processing for IoT: where clouds give way to a smart edge

01 February, 2019 by Paul Golata, Mouser Electronics | Supplied by: Mouser Electronics (Hong Kong) Ltd

AI processing capabilities are moving from the cloud into the smart edge and are providing game-changing, intelligent ways to enable tomorrow's IoT.

EXAIR vortex tubes for industrial spot cooling problems

01 February, 2019 | Supplied by: Compressed Air Australia Pty Ltd

EXAIR vortex tubes provide a maintenance-free solution to a variety of industrial spot cooling problems. Using an ordinary supply of compressed air as a power source, vortex tubes create two streams of air, one hot and one cold, with no moving parts.

New polymeric material for transparent and flexible displays

31 January, 2019

Korean researchers have developed a polymeric material that could be key to the displays of the future.

Renesas Electronics R7F0E embedded controller

31 January, 2019 | Supplied by: Renesas Electronics

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.

MaxLinear Wave-2 networking platform

30 January, 2019 | Supplied by: Mouser Electronics (Hong Kong) Ltd

The Wave-2 networking chipset, from MaxLinear, features the digital baseband and analog front ends. The networking platform offers designers the flexibility to combine footprint-compatible components to address multiple applications.

New material to replace silicon-based power electronics

30 January, 2019

In the foreseeable future, electronic components based on silicon will no longer be able to meet industrial requirements.

maxon motor named official supplier to America's Cup champs

29 January, 2019 | Supplied by: maxon motor Australia Pty Ltd

Emirates Team New Zealand's vigorous defence of the 36th America's Cup will be assisted with the support of maxon DC motors.

Würth Elektronik WE-CPIB HV double chokes

23 January, 2019 | Supplied by: Wurth Electronics Australia Pty

The WE-CPIB HV double chokes, featuring 2 kV isolation voltage, come in a 4828 package.

'Data superhighway' under construction for future internet

22 January, 2019 | Supplied by: Australian National University

Data being shared on the highly anticipated 'quantum internet' would be stored in light particles, which can store vast amounts of information.

Doubling the efficiency of organic electronics

17 January, 2019

Researchers have made a breakthrough in efficiency that has the potential to benefit technologies including OLED displays, plastic-based solar cells and bioelectronics.

Aerotech XL4s voice-coil drive

16 January, 2019 | Supplied by: Coherent Scientific Pty Ltd

Aerotech's XL4s network digital drive is a high-performance linear amplifier designed to drive single-phase motors and eliminate the non-linearities common with PWM amplifiers. It provides deterministic behaviour, auto-identification and easy software set-up.

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