The lab will focus on the research and development of electronic solutions for engine, vehicle and agricultural controls in tractors.
Renesas Electronics' RA2L1 group of microcontrollers (MCUs) uses the Arm Cortex-M23 core operating up to 48 MHz. They are suitable for home appliance, industrial and building automation, medical and healthcare, and consumer human-machine-interface (HMI) IoT applications.
US engineers have created what they claim is the smallest memory device yet — and in the process realised the physics dynamic that unlocks the dense memory storage capabilities of these tiny devices.
Microchip's MXT336UD-MAUHA1 family is claimed to be the world's first safety-certified capacitive touchscreen controller family for the home appliance market. It offers IEC/UL 60730 Class B pre-certified solutions for OEMs, eliminating the need for a separate emergency stop or unlock buttons on touch-enabled appliances.
The Trinamic-branded PD42-1-1243-IOLINK intelligent actuator, by Maxim Integrated Products, enables modern smart factories to quickly and remotely adjust an actuator's electrical characteristics to minimise factory downtime and maximise throughput.
When it comes to resistive switching memory cells, thicker electrodes have greater surface roughness and are associated with markedly better memory cell characteristics.
Aplex has released the APC-3082 and APC-3083 rugged in-vehicle panel PCs; the APC-3082 comes with Intel Atom E3845 and the APC-3083 comes with Freescale ARM Cortex A9 i.MX6 Dual Lite processors.
Japanese researchers have found a way to polish the hardest known material without damaging it, helping to accelerate its use in advanced electronics.
The piezoelectric switches are designed for use in potentially explosive installations above ground, as well as in areas with flammable air-gas mixtures, vapours and dust.