Excelsys Technologies announces its Xlite series of compact, high power density, plug-and-play power supplies. The 600W end user-configurable units offer eight isolated outputs in a slim-line package of 1U x 260 mm x 89 mm. Three different powerPac chassis are available, providing system power levels of 200W, 400W and 600W. These may be populated with any combination of four different output modules from a range of seven different types offering nominal outputs from 2.5V DC to 48V DC.
TracoPower introduces its TMR-2WI series of isolated and fully regulated 2W DC/DC converters in a high-density 1.18" x 0.36" x 0.49" SIP package with input ranges of 9V DC to 36V DC/18V DC to 75V DC. The series consists of 14 models offering 9V DC to 36V DC or 18V DC to 75VDC input ranges with single and dual outputs ranging from 3.3V DC to 15V DC. An efficiency up to 84 percfent allows –40°C to +75°C operation temperatures at full load.
EnerSys extends its DataSafe HX line to include smaller-sized batteries to meet the requirements of single-phase uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems. The series includes seven models: the HX25 through the HX150. These valve-regulated lead-acid (VRLA) batteries have a 10-year design life for use by UPS original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) as well as data center and facility managers in the information technology industry.
MicroPower Direct announces its LF200D series of ultra-miniature 2W DC/DC converters. Packaged in an SMT case, these converters provide a combination of power, performance and miniature size. Seven models operate from 5V DC, 12V DC and 24V DC inputs, providing dual outputs of ±5V DC, ±12V DC or ±15V DC. Standard features include efficiency as high as 82 percent, an input/output isolation of 1,000V DC and low noise operation.
Osram Sylvania expanded its family of electronically stabilized 24V DC LED power supplies that handle a wide range of input voltages from 100V to 277V AC, enabling worldwide use on single-phase AC power lines. Recognized in the U.S. and Canada, the UL Class 2 Optotronic power supplies are protected against open circuit, short circuit, overload, and overheating conditions.
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. introduces its EZ-Color family of high-brightness (HB) LED controllers for intelligent lighting systems. The controllers are supported by PSoC Express, an embedded visual design tool that delivers a complete design system for applications such as architectural lighting, general signage, rechargeable flashlights, entertainment lighting and emergency vehicle lighting.
Syscon-PlantStar announces two visual display options for workplace settings. The first is by integrating LED display boards. Three color or full color display boards can be placed in the factory. Display areas can range from 57.6" x 9.5" to 202" x 56.7". The PC based control allows OPC, ODBC and DDE data transfers. The second option is implementation of slim depth LED engine wide screen DLP HDTV that includes a PC mode feature.
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors announces its red 1 mm2 chip, featuring thin-film technology, with brightness values of more than 300 lm. It will be used in the company’s DRAGON and OSTAR LEDs, and it is targeted for applications in the projection and automotive sectors. The red chip has a power consumption of 6W, achieves 52 lm/W, and it features a wavelength of 615 nm from an operating current of 2A.
DALSA Corp. announces its Spyder 3 CL line scan camera with camera link interface. Its responsivity addresses low lighting situations. At its core is dual line scan sensor technology that achieves responsivity and throughput of 80 Mega pixels per second. Dual line scan technology offers a clear performance benefit. This camera can be used for applications including glass edge inspection, general purpose web inspection, postal sorting, industrial metrology, pick-and-place applications, and medical and scientific imaging.
Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. announces its TX4964FG system-on-chip (SoC) targeted at instrument-cluster applications ranging from back-up camera displays to full-size, reconfigurable instrument clusters. It drives and manages the small-size thin-film transistor (TFT) LCD panels increasingly found in instrument clusters in medium- to high-end automobiles. The device integrates the CPU, hardware-graphics engine, TFT LCD panel controller, digital-camera interface and frame-buffer memory in a compact 176-pin QFP package.
Apollo Display Technologies has announced that it can furnish VGA and XGA resolution TFT LCDs backlit by LED rails that are addressable via the company’s standard PRISMA II industrial controller board to switch back and forth between day and night modes. These LCDs can be used in the full range of night vision imaging systems (NVIS) applications including displays in military aircraft cockpits, tanks, trucks, ground mobile applications, communications equipment and electronics.
LEDtronics introduces the RGB-1007-001, a low profile, four legs through-hole LED that offers full-spectrum red, green and blue LEDs (RGB LED). These discrete LEDs provide high performance and visibility in a compact size of 4.90 mm x 6.5 mm +0.15. The red, green and blue diodes emit high-intensity light in a viewing angle of 120°. The red diode's wavelength is 635 nm, the wavelength of the green diode is 520 nm and the blue operates at 470 nm.
Intense Ltd. announces its HPD Series 2400 1550 nm eye-safe laser diodes that are high peak power, 1550 nm pulsed lasers for use in distance measurement applications that require eye-safe laser sources. The lasers are available in source sizes of 150 µm and 380 µm, and they are designed to operate at pulse widths of less than 200 ns, duty cycles to 0.1 percent.
QSI Corp. introduces InfiniTouch, a patent-pending Force Panel Technology that enables any semi-rigid material (metal, glass, wood, stone, ceramic, plastic, or any combination of these materials) to sense touch. It also solves the problems of how to handle the non-orthogonal nature of touches, how to adjust for the force variations during touch duration, and it provides a touch surface with the durability and reliability to meet the needs of diverse industries.
Lambda extended its NV-family of configurable AC/DC power supplies to include a range of models designed with medical applications in mind. With a reinforced 4 kV AC input to output isolation, the units meet the rigorous IEC 60601 international safety standards for medical equipment, making them suitable for use in patient-connected medical applications. The power supplies include PFC, efficiencies up to 90 percent and output power ratings of up to 180W (200W peak).