0612 low-value power resistors for automotive and industrial

Vishay has extended its NCW AT family of thin-film chip resistors with 0612 case size devices rated at 1W for power electronics in automotive and industrial applications. They are ‘wide-terminal’ resistors – with the solder terminals on opposing long edges, rather than on the short edges as is more common. Beyschlag NCW 0612 AT components combine temperature ...

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Camera board for battery-powered IoT image capture

On Semiconductor has released a pcb-level low-frame-rate low-power IoT smart camera for cloud-based AI image capture and recognition. Called the RSL10 Smart Shot Camera, it is intended to add “the power of [cloud] AI-based image recognition to low-power IoT endpoints, such as surveillance cameras, restricted areas, factory automation, smart agriculture and smart homes”, according to the ...

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Crypto Quantique supplies QuarkLink IoT security for Renesas MCUs

Crypto Quantique, a specialist in quantum-driven cybersecurity for the IoT, is supplying its universal IoT security platform, QuarkLink, to the Renesas secure MCU ecosystem. QuarkLink supports devices that use Renesas’ Secure Cryptographic Engine (SCE) and Trusted Secure IP (TSIP) blocks across the RA, RX and RZ microcontroller families. Using Crypto Quantique’s proven cryptographic APIs, the ...

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Crypto Quantique supplies QuarkLink IoT security for Renesas MCUs

Crypto Quantique, a specialist in quantum-driven cybersecurity for the IoT, is supplying its universal IoT security platform, QuarkLink, to the Renesas secure MCU ecosystem. QuarkLink supports devices that use Renesas’ Secure Cryptographic Engine (SCE) and Trusted Secure IP (TSIP) blocks across the RA, RX and RZ microcontroller families. Using Crypto Quantique’s proven cryptographic APIs, the ...

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DIP photo relay switches 2A and 100V

Toshiba has introduced a photo-relay in a DIP package that can switch 2A and 100V. Intended to replace electro-mechanical relays industrial applications, the company sees TLP241B being used in programmable logic controllers (PLCs) as well as building automation systems like HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning). “By incorporating one of Toshiba’s advanced mosfets, the TLP241B sets new ...

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Renesas to buy Dialog

Renesas is to buy Dialog for $6 billion. Dialog had been in discussions with other potential purchasers including ST, reports Bloomberg. The price is 20% above Dialog’s market cap before the sale was announced. In 2016 Renesas bought Intersil for $3.2 billion and in 2019 Renesas bought IDT for $7.2 billion. Dialog took a hit ...

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2020 consumer electronics revenues grew 7%

Strong demand for home computers, tablets and games consoles helped consumer electronics trade revenues reach $358.5 billion in 2020, an increase of 7% over 2019, says Strategy Analytics. Shipments of home computers and tablets rose 11% to 396 million units last year, while revenues increased by 17% to $199 billion as millions found themselves needing new ...

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3D printed living microbes

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists  have developed a technique for 3D printing living microbes in controlled patterns. The technique uses light and bacteria-infused resin to produce 3D-patterned microbes. Artificial  biofilms resembling the thin layers of  real world microbial communities were printed. The research team suspended the bacteria in photosensitive bio-resins and “trapped” the microbes in ...

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EVs driving IGBT market

The global power electronics market accounts for $17.5 billion in 2019, with a 4.3% CAGR from 2019-2025, says Yole Developpement, of which IGBT modules represented $3.7 billion in 2019. IGBT modules are traditionally used in applications such as industrial or renewable energy converters. These applications are today driven by efficiency regulations or increasing clean energy ...

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Airbus wins ESA contract for three more Service Modules for Orion

The European Space Agency (ESA) has chosen Airbus for the construction of three more European Service Modules (ESM) for Nasa’s Orion spacecraft (pictured), which is part the Artemis programme. The latest contract is worth €650 million and the ESM will join three other modules that are already under contract with Airbus. The European Service Module ...

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