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Maxim Integrated Products MAX17843 battery management system (BMS) for vehicles

05 February, 2018

Maxim is enabling a safe, smart car of the future with the MAX17843 battery management system (BMS) — a 12-channel, high-voltage, smart sensor data acquisition device featuring robust communications and comprehensive diagnostics.

STMicroelectronics STM32 Power Shield X-NUCLEO-LPM01A with power monitoring technology

13 November, 2017

STMicroelectronics' STM32 Power Shield enables developers to check the power consumption of their embedded designs. Compatible with STM32 Nucleo development boards, the product dynamically monitors the current under various operating conditions.

Schneider Electric Easergy electrical distribution network automation range

10 July, 2016

Schneider Electric has announced the launch of Easergy, its range of products that includes solutions for electrical protection, control, monitoring and automation.

Importance of IGBT drivers

22 April, 2014 by Johannes Krapp, Product Manager, Driver Electronics

To ensure that power electronic components are reliably protected from the effects of non-permissible operating conditions, fast and reliable error detection and effective protective measures are essential.

Getting the wider picture and benefiting from it

05 February, 2014

This paper examines the various reasons why human-machine interface (HMI) display changes are occurring, the benefits behind the changes and why these are essential for successful implementation.

World-first electricity monitoring device developed

03 June, 2013

UK engineers have developed a multicore clamp sensor that can measure current flowing in any accessible mains cable, giving a more detailed picture of electricity usage in the home.

EMSCAN EMxpert EMC and EMI testing tool

02 May, 2013

The EMSCAN EMxpert is a real-time EMC and EMI testing tool that enables product development engineers and designers to rapidly identify and solve EMC/EMI problems in a single design cycle in their own laboratory environment.

Mini-Circuits PWR-4RMS True RMS Smart Power Sensor

25 September, 2012

The Mini-Circuits PWR-4RMS True RMS Smart Power Sensor is a pocket-sized, 12.4 x 4.4 x 2.4 cm, precision test USB HID device (no driver installation required), compatible with 32/64 bit operating systems, that turns a Windows or Linux PC into a true RMS power meter.

Cisco EnergyWise ePDU upgrade

11 April, 2012

New functionalities have been announced for intelligent enclosure power distribution units (ePDUs), including support for Cisco EnergyWise power management, the ability for users to define customised outlet groups, a power scheduling function for planned shutdowns, and mass configuration and mass upgrade of ePDUs.

Phoenix Contact BT-1S-230AC/O type 3 protector

28 March, 2012

The BT-1S-230AC/O type 3 protector offers surge voltage protection for loads in single-phase power circuits with 230 VAC nominal voltage.

Eaton enclosure power distribution unit set

27 February, 2012

A set of enclosure power distribution units, ePDUs, that provide intelligent power distribution to optimise available power in a data centre and control the total cost of ownership is now available.


06 February, 2012

The LDR2012 UPS ensures power supply if there is a mains failure, preventing the loss of data or the breakdown of a production line.

Emerson Network Power Avocent Universal Management Gateway appliance

30 January, 2012

Emerson Network Power has introduced the Avocent Universal Management Gateway, claimed to be the first data centre appliance that enables true real-time integrated monitoring, access and control across IT and facilities systems in the data centre.

Teseq PMU 6003 power meter

27 January, 2012

Teseq has introduced the PMU 6003 to its power meter range.

Maxim MAX2982 transceiver for harsh industrial environments

19 December, 2011 by

Maxim has introduced the MAX2982, said to be the first broadband, HomePlug 1.0-compliant, powerline communications transceiver for harsh industrial environments. It is integrated and offers design flexibility. An enhanced ‘robust’ mode provides a receiver that operates at -1dB signal-to-noise ratio to ensure reliable communications in noise.

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