LTC adds DAC to Power by Linear series

The  LTC7106 is a PMBus I2C controlled precision bidirectional current DAC designed to adjust the output voltage of virtually any DC/DC regulator. Through its PMBus compatible interface, the LTC7106 receives a 7-bit serial code and converts it to a bidirectional (source, sink) output current. When the current is fed into the feedback network of a ...

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Toshiba shipping small package 300mA LDO regulators

Toshiba is shipping the first products in its  TCR3UG series of small package LDO regulators with an output current of 300mA, that are suitable for power management of IoT modules, wearable devices and smartphones. Design engineers always need to consider the trade-off between the quiescent bias current, the ripple rejection ratio and load transient response ...

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AVX launches thin-fim inductors for auto and power

AVX has released a series of thin film multilayer chip inductors  designed for automotive signal and power applications. Qualified to AEC-Q200, the automotive-grade Accu-L Series inductors exhibit  inductance tolerances down to ±0.05nH, in addition to: RF power capabilities, high Q, high self-resonant frequency (SRF), low DC resistance (Rdc), and  performance from 450MHz to 2,400MHz. The ...

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SST adds to Optomax portfolio

Strengthening its Optomax portfolio of IR liquid level switches, SST Sensing offers the Optomax Industrial series. These devices offer the same functionality and operational performance as  standard Optomax switches, but with greater overall electrical robustness and flexibility. They are capable of accepting supply voltages from 4.5VDC to 15.4VDC or 8VDC to 30VDC and have built-in ...

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Thalia expands into India

Thalia Design Automation of Cwmbran has opened an engineering center in Hyderabad, India. The new facility will initially be staffed by five  analogue designers and EDA  engineers. Based on current levels of customer demand, Thalia expects to grow this number to 25 within 12 to 18 months. The company’s expansion is driven by a recently ...

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Mouser launches Methods Volume 2

Volume 2 of Mouser’s Methods entitled “2018 Look Ahead: Design & Technology,” explores key developments to come this year as well as their social ramifications. “The industry expects to see many exciting developments in 2018, and this new issue of Methods will be an essential tool for anyone interested in learning what may lie ahead,” ...

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Bridgetek PanL comes to Europe

Bridgetek is to bring the latest innovations regarding its PanL smart automation platform to European audiences, when the company exhibits at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE), in Amsterdam. It will  show attendees the breadth of possibilities that this technology has, and provide system integrators with  examples of how to apply it to their next generation home/building ...

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Isabella Mascarenhas confirms IET support for EW BrightSparks

We are delighted to announce that the IET’s Isabella Mascarenhas has reconfirmed her place on the EW BrightSparks 2018 selection panel. EW BrightSparks is a programme, run in partnership with RS Components, to highlight talented young electronic engineers in the UK. Isabella, you may remember was a mainstay of the panel for the 2017 EW ...

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