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Durst Programming Power Supply range

14 November, 2014

The Durst Programming Power Supply range is available in 70, 100 and 130 A, with custom high-current units also available. The company also supplies lower current versions for users wishing to demonstrate vehicle electronic features without running the engine or flattening the battery.

Mean Well AD55 and AD155 security power supplies

04 November, 2014

The 55 W AD55 and 155W AD155 series from Mean Well are suitable for security equipment OEMs. Both models provide a full-range universal AC input and are available with either single or dual outputs.

Mean Well SDR-75-24 and MDR-40-24 DIN rail power supplies

19 October, 2014

Mean Well has released the SDR-75-24 and MDR-40-24 DIN rail power supplies. The SDR-75 series is a slimline power supply that provides a high efficiency rating of up to 94%. The MDR-40 series is a compact power supply that has a no-load power consumption of <0.75 W.

Renesas Electronics Simple Power Supply ICs

23 August, 2014

Renesas Electronics introduces 16 V input capable synchronous buck regulators that deliver up to 3 A continuous current to loads at voltages as low as 0. 8 V. The power supply ICs are suitable for systems requiring low power consumption in standby mode and backup power in case of power outage.

XP Power SDH400 series 400 W convection-cooled power supplies

29 May, 2014

XP Power has announced the SDH400 series of single- and dual-output 400 W highly efficient convection-cooled power supplies. The compact 1U profile chassis-mount supplies, measuring 203 x 127 x 40.64 mm, can deliver the full 400 W output without the need for any cooling fans or forced air flow.

Maxim MAXREFDES24 Alameda Reference Design

21 May, 2014

The Maxim MAXREFDES24 Alameda Reference Design provides programmable voltage and current outputs in a compact, galvanically isolated form factor. Alameda provides a debugged and ready-to-go circuit for programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and other industrial applications that require precision voltage and current control.

Traco Power TXM encased power supplies

03 April, 2014

Designed for a range of cost-critical applications, Traco Power's TXM encased power supplies are now available. The units feature a low-profile metal case and screw-terminal block connection, making them easy to install.

Nordic Semiconductor S120 8-link central protocol stack and nRF51 wireless-charging software development kit

08 January, 2014

Nordic Semiconductor has announced the S120 8-link central protocol stack and nRF51 wireless-charging software development kit (SDK) for wireless-charging applications based on the Rezence standard. Rezence is a wireless power-transfer technology and specification based on the principles of magnetic resonance.

Vishay Intertechnology IWAS-4832EC-50 Rx coil

22 November, 2013

Vishay Intertechnology has announced a powdered-iron-based, WPC-compliant (wireless power consortium) wireless charging receiving coil optimised for use with or without an alignment magnet. Offering durable construction and high permeability shielding, the IWAS-4832EC-50 provides high efficiency greater than 75% for the wireless charging of 7 V portable electronics. The coil has been designed into a wireless power development kit.

EMC design technology based on power supply

02 April, 2013

This article introduces how you might implement design ideas and design methods of power supplies, which are essentially the energy heart of every system, encompassing the whole machine and its electromagnetic compatibility problems.

Gresham Power low-profile 600 W power supplies

09 January, 2013

Gresham Power Electronics has announced the availability of its eFO600 range of 600 W, low-profile, high power density power supplies.

Renesas Electronics chipset for CPU power supplies

05 December, 2012

Renesas Electronics Corporation has announced a chipset implementing the voltage regulator (VR) for CPU power supplies used in PCs, servers and storage systems.

Reducing robot energy consumption

31 October, 2012

Robots could reduce their power consumption by as much as 10-fold by ‘stutter jumping’ - taking a short hop before a big jump.

Grumpy chats about hybrid cars

22 October, 2012 by Mike Smyth, specialist technical writer

I don’t know about you but I am mightily underwhelmed by hybrid cars. True, they are full of sophisticated electronics and true they do go some way towards satisfying the consciences of greenies. But, on the down side, they are expensive, they are complex, they have limited range in their electrical mode and there are few places to charge the batteries other than in your own garage. To me they are bisexual products of a motor industry that has reluctantly pandered to ill-conceived demands from governments intent on being seen to be saving the planet.

Smart metering for electronic design engineers

07 July, 2010 by Farnell

After years of being relatively static, the climate is now ripe for innovation in the area of electronics. Many businesses will be seeking their slice of this ‘new’ sector. Download this white paper to find out how smart metering is gearing up to be a truly transformative new technology.

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