iEi Integration TANK AIoT Developer Kit for automation, building management and intelligent energy management01 September, 2019 | Supplied by: ICP Electronics Australia Pty Ltd
The iEi Integration TANK AIoT Developer Kit is suitable for operational and information technologists, with an Intel core for optimal performance, pre-installed OpenVINO toolkit, Intel Media SDK and Ubuntu operating system for out-of-the-box ease of use, enabling rapid development and deployment.
Renesas Electronics' fourth-generation lithium-ion battery management IC, the ISL78714, provides cell voltage and temperature monitoring along with cell balancing and extensive system diagnostics to protect 14-cell Li-ion battery packs.
ITECH has released a programmable DC power supply with a bidirectional source and regenerative sink.
Keysight Technologies has launched a series of single- and dual-output power supplies that deliver usable power, a bench-friendly design with low background noise, a small footprint and a large display.
The wireless power transfer system uses magnetic fields to simultaneously charge multiple devices — or nodes — within the confines of a room.
Particle offers a range of next-generation cloud-connected development kits with mesh-enabled networking, making it possible to extend the user’s sensor mesh network and get their devices connected to cloud, over Wi-Fi or cellular networks, in minutes.
MathWorks has introduced Release 2019a of MATLAB and Simulink, containing important enhancements for artificial intelligence (AI), signal processing and static analysis along with more capabilities and bug fixes across all product families.
Vicor Power Systems' line of VITA 62 compliant power supplies are designed for 3U Open VPX systems and achieve high efficiency and high power density in a rugged, conduction-cooled chassis.
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The ultralow-power MAX20345 power-management IC integrates a lithium charger and features an architecture that optimises the sensitivity of optical measurements for wearable fitness and health applications.