TRINAMIC Motion Control, now part of Maxim Integrated Products, introduces an open-source, fully integrated reference design to simplify the development of industrial robotic end-of-arm tooling (EoAT).
The OrangeCrab r0.2 open-source FPGA development board, from Good Stuff Department, combines the ultracompact Adafruit Feather form factor with the high power normally associated with much larger FPGA development boards.
Antenova has created a new software tool to help product designers place antennas in a wireless design, to assist those who do not have access to antenna skills in-house.
Azure RTOS developers can enjoy the same level of insight into multicore systems that is available to embedded Linux developers, such as the ability to track software threads as they migrate between cores and to view CPU load per core.
With the introduction of Nexar, partners can join an ecosystem of electronics innovators to make their software and services available to Altium 365 users.
EXAIR's Gen4 Four Outlet Selectable Voltage Power Supply allows users to choose input voltages of 115 or 230 VAC. Four 5 kV stainless steel output connectors can energise four static eliminators at the same time.
MEAN WELL offers modular power supplies to support the need for low-volume and custom-power requirements in medical and industrial markets.
The MAX17227A 2 A nanoPower boost converter, MAX17291 high-voltage, 1 A boost converter and MAX38911 500 mA LDO are designed to provide low quiescent current to improve system efficiency and increase battery life.
The compact power supplies come in 1RU (up to 1600 W) and 2RU 19″ rack mount packages in power levels from 600 to 4000 W.