Micrel launched the dual channel SY89297U delay line IC. The second generation device can be serially programmed to provide 5 ns of delay per channel while running up to 3.2 Gbps/1.6 GHz. The delay is very linear and monotonic, providing precise delay for high-speed applications. The device includes
Pacific Power Source announced Version 1.3 of its UPC Studio Software. This tool gains desirable control of UPC-equipped AC Power Sources, and this version incorporates a new and unique Test Manager feature. Test Manager helps the user create and run test sequences and test plans. Test sequences consist of
Intended for applications in cell phones, digital cameras, MP3 players, and other portable devices, the TR8 series of molded MicroTan tantalum chip capacitors from Vishay Intertechnology provide an ESR value of 0.8O (at 100kHz and 47µF) in the 0805 case size and 1.5O in 0603. RoHS-compliant and halogen-free, the parts have Pb-free, L-shape facedown terminations and
ACCES I/O Products added the Model USB-IDIO-16 to its line of USB/104 I/O modules. The unit features 16 individually optically isolated inputs and 16 fully protected solid state FET outputs capable of switching up to 2A each. The USB-IDIO-16 is fully compatible with both USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 ports and offers
Available in versions providing a light output of up to 1,900 mcd, a family of SMT LEDs from JKL Components are intended for use in BLUs (backlight units) for liquid crystal displays. Providing a 120° viewing angle, the side-mounted white LEDs include the ZSM-S2808-W, a 2.8 × 1.2 × 0.8-mm emitter with a luminous intensity (at 20 mA) of 1,400 mcd max, and the ZSM-S3806-W
MEN Micro offers the ESMexpress-based XM50 that is presented as providing COMs-style cost and time saving benefits for rugged, mobile and mission-critical embedded systems. ESMexpress is currently in the process of ANSI-VITA standardization (ANSI-VITA 59, RSE Rugged System-On-Module Express). With the PowerQUICC III MPC8548 processor operating at
Offering six software-programmable output ranges, the LTC2755-16 quad 16-bit current output digital-to-analog converter (DAC) from Linear Technology provides 16-bit linearity (±1LSB (max) INL and DNL) over the industrial temperature range without any adjustment. Each DAC output can be individually programmed through a parallel interface or can be pin-strapped for operation within a single range.
Samtec expanded its Board-to-Board and Cable-to-Board line featuring a rugged Edge Rate contact. These systems are designed for applications where signal integrity and durability are critical. The specially designed contacts are asserted to offer impedance matching, reduced broadside coupling and crosstalk, and high cycle life. Board level systems include the
Designed to meet indoor and outdoor LED screen requirements for better screen resolution (greater than 12 mm pixel size), Avago’s ASMT-YTB0 LEDs have six leads to enable individual color control of each chip. Features of the PLCC-6-packaged silicone-encapsulated devices include a 115° viewing angle , an MSL 2a moisture sensitivity level
The RGB MicroSIDE LED from OSRAM Opto Semiconductors features an ultra-slim design and delivers high brightness for in-coupling into light guides designed for backlighting in space-sensitive applications. Featuring three individual color chips, the device is presented as having the highest
Endicott Research Group (ERG) has released two Smart Force solid state lighting driver (SSLD) boards as standard products for industrial and medical LCDs. The SFDE (Economical) and SFDM (Mini) Series provide full function power supplies for high brightness as well as low power consumption, low cost and a compact size.
Designed to enable the reduction in overall motor sizes, Avago’s AEDT-9340 encoder module targets Brushless DC motors used in industrial and factory automation equipment. The device includes a lensed LED source and a detector IC enclosd in a small plastic package with a switching accuracy of ±1°
It may have been a cold and damp morning in Manhattan, but that didn’t damp the passions of the participants in the Challenge X national collegiate engineering competition. This year’s challenge, sponsored by the US Department of Energy and General Motors, focuses on technology integration and full-vehicle development of advanced alternate-technology drivetrain and subsystems. By participating in the Challenge X program, the students gain real-world engineering skills and hands-on learning to better prepare them for a future career in engineering.