The new VARIOSUB Push-Pull plug connector system from Phoenix Contact has a plug-and-play positive locking system to provide IP67 protection. Designed for Industrial Ethernet and PROFINET applications, the connector family enables transmission of data and power signals directly to local devices. The Push-Pull is available in three versions
Freescale Semiconductor has released a 50-volt LDMOS RF power transistor line-up for L-Band radar applications. The line-up is intended for a variety of high-power RF applications including air traffic management and long range weather radar. The RF product line includes
Power-One, Inc. introduced sixteenth-brick DC-DC converters that provide outputs from 1.2V to 5VDC, rated up to 25A, with efficiencies exceeding 90 percent and a regulation of +/-3 percent. -Series converters provide
Designed for production environments, Agilent Technologies’ N5161A and N5162A MXG ATE analog and vector RF signal generators support digital modulation types up to 6 GHz, deliver up to +23 dBm output power
Allegro MicroSystems, Inc. released two temperature-stable and stress-resistant Hall-effect latches, suited for operation in consumer and industrial products. Dynamic Offset Cancellation technology reduces the residual offset voltage normally caused by device package overmolding, temperature dependencies, and thermal stress.
With a footprint measuring 51 × 89 mm, Prosilica’s GB-Series camera modules use progressive-scan Sony CCD sensors with features such as snapshot/global shutter, pixel binning, area of interest readout, external
CSR announced its seventh generation BlueCore silicon. BlueCore7 is a single-chip solution that combines Bluetooth v2.1+EDR, Bluetooth low energy, eGPS (Enhanced Global Positioning System), and FM transmit and receive capabilities. The chip is intended to
Delivering output voltages as high as 5.250 V from an input voltage range of 0.700 V at start-up (0.500 V when running) to 5 V, Linear Technology’s LTC3539/-2 boost regulator with output disconnect can send up to 900 mA of continuous output current (at 3.300 V) from dual alkaline cells or 900 mA of continuous output current (at 5 V) from a single-cell Li-Ion battery with
Generating timing support for advanced wireless and microwave systems and portable electronics, Bliley Technologies’ C-Series crystal oscillators (XOs) have a tri-state enable/disable function with stabilities as low as +/- 25 ppm (-10 to +60C temperature range). The RoHS compliant, hermetically sealed, ceramic SMT devices range from 2.5 x 2.0 mm to 7.0 x 5.0 mm in size and from 1.0 to 700 MHz in frequency
With features such as a 0.01% line/load regulation, a remote sensing input, and an efficiency of better than 70%, the S Series of benchtop switchmode power supplies from Protek can be operated in either constant-current or constant-voltage mode. Ripple and noise in voltage mode is less than or equal to 5 mV(rms), and in current mode less than or equal to 10 mA(rms).
Designed to enable size reduction in industrial motors, Avago’s three-channel high temperature optical incremental AEDT-9140 encoder module series fit directly onto industrial motors. The RoHS-compliant modules include a lensed LED source and a detector IC enclosed in a plastic package that can be used in
Microchip Technology announced a family of 8-bit PIC microcontrollers (MCUs) for USB applications. The PIC18F13K50 and PIC18F14K50 (PIC18F1XK50) allow the addition of embedded USB into a wide range of applications. The PIC18F1XK50 MCUs include serial communications interfaces such as
Presented as having the highest signal-to-noise (SNR) of any similar device, Texas Instruments’ ADS556 family of 16-bit, single-channel MSPS ADCs provide an SNR as high as 80 MSPS (depending on model). Targeting test and measurement, wireless communications, and image applications in medical, industrial, and military, the devices
Optimized for operation from 500 MHz to 12 GHz, the 0402-packaged VMMK-2x03 family of RF amplifiers is presented as the smallest such devices of their type. The 1.0 x 0.5 x 0.25-mm devices use 10% of the board area of a standard SOT-343 package and have no internal wirebonds with all I/Os routed to the backside of the device wafer to significantly reduce signal loss and minimize parasitics. The family includes the 0.5 to 6.0 GHz VMMK-2103, the 15 dB (at 5 GHz) 1.0 to 10.0 GHz VMMK-2203
Cypress Semiconductor announced its second generation laser navigation product family, which integrates a laser navigation sensor and programmable Flash based microcontroller on one die. The OvationONS II Laser Nvigation System-on-Chip features the surface tracking and low-power consumption characteristics of the