ROHM has announced the availability of the SMLD12WBN1W, a white chip LED with 1608 (1.6 x 0.8 mm) size. The package offers good mountability and long operational life, which makes it suitable for use in display panels (eg, temperature control displays) in industrial and compact consumer equipment.
Gerard Lighting has introduced a range of fixtures with integrated sensors that respond to movement to provide light where and when it is needed, enhancing efficiency and safety across a multitude of applications.
Physicists have demonstrated improvement in quantum computers, thanks to the use of codes designed to detect and discard errors in the logic gates of such machines.
The C305FL, C550FL, C750FL and C1000FL series broadband microwave RF conical inductors provide DC current handling up to 10 A and low insertion loss.
Researchers have been exploring the use of spin waves as an alternative for transporting information in compact microchips, in order to keep up with the data demands of the future.
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.
Advantech has introduced its first 43″ UHD curved touch monitor, the CRV-430 series. The series features a bright 4K2K resolution screen capable of 10-point multitouch and displaying over 1 billion colours.
US researchers have developed a fibre that combines the elasticity of rubber with the strength of a metal, resulting in a tough material that could be incorporated into soft robotics.
For more than a decade, companies and research institutes have been developing flexible, transparent and high-performance barriers.
Researchers have developed a new supercapacitor material that exhibits extraordinarily high stability under conditions of high voltage and high temperature.
The SPIDER III range of switches from Hirschmann has expanded to include Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) options, enabling fast data transfer over long distances.
Engineers have used layers of graphene and polyurethane to create a flexible supercapacitor that can generate power from the sun and store excess energy for later use.