Hubbell Lighting announced an ultra-efficient choice for one-for-one replacements of outdated and inefficient metal halide and fluorescent high bays — Columbia Lighting’s LLHV VersaBay LED High Bay. It includes energy use 48% below comparable HID and a payback period of less than two years.
Many end applications — such as IP phones, motor control circuits, active clamp switches, and load switches — need to offer higher energy efficiency in a smaller footprint in order to meet manufacturers’ demands. Fairchild Semiconductor (San Jose, CA) developed the FDMC86xxxP series of P-channel PowerTrench MOSFETs....
Advanced Power Electronics Corp. (San Jose, CA) is introducing a new current mode step up converter for small, low power applications. The input voltage of the APE1913-3 converter can range from 2.6V to 5.5V, while the output voltage can be adjusted up to 27V.
Soraa (Fremont, CA) launched the world’s first high color temperature (CCT), high color rendering MR16 LED lamps — a brilliant choice for gemstone jewelry and high-end retail displays. The new 4000K and 5000K CCT, full visible spectrum Soraa Vivid 2 LED MR16 renders colors and whites exactly as they would appear in natural light....
Boasting industry leading power density, Minmax Power (Hudson, MA) introduces the MJW25 Series of 25 Watt DC/DC converters that are housed in a compact 1”x1” shielded metal package. All models feature wide 2:1 input voltage ranges of 9-18VDC, 18-36VDC, or 36-75VDC....
Silicon Labs (Austin, TX) introduced the industry’s first single-chip digital ultraviolet (UV) index sensor ICs designed to track UV sun exposure, heart/pulse rate, and blood oximetry and provide proximity/gesture control for smartphone and wearable computing products.
Announced today by Acopian Power Supplies (Easton, PA) is the UL recognition and CE approval of their mini encapsulated series of linear regulated power supplies. The AC-DC power supply series is encapsulated in an ultra-compact, low profile housing to provide the ultimate in environmental protection in space-limited applications.
VadaTech has announced new 40G/10G Layer 3 managed switches for AdvancedTCA (ATCA). The board includes two mid-sized AMC slots. The ATC806 is offered in three performance levels. Designers can choose the throughput level their application requires — 320G, 480G or 640G.
BetaDyne (Bridgewater, MA) announces the low output noise LN-Series of DC/DC converters designed specifically to meet the needs of signal sensitive applications such as unmanned vehicles, test and measurement systems, medical instruments and data acquisition and control systems.
ACCES I/O Products (San Diego, CA) announces the release of a new USB serial interface board—the ANDROID-232. Users can now control legacy RS-232 devices directly from modern Android devices. The ANDROID-232 uses the Android Open Accessory protocol....
Fairview Microwave (Allen, TX) introduces a new line of armored coaxial test cables which are designed to withstand punishing environments such as production line testing and continual in-the-field use. The new armored cables from Fairview can be ordered with SMA or N-Type connectors which are constructed of rugged stainless steel.
Gowanda Electronics (Gowanda, NY) announced that the company recently achieved military approval for four thru-hole RF inductor series: MLRF10M, MLRF15M, MLRF18M and MLRF17S. These Gowanda series meet the military’s Qualified Product List (QPL) requirement for military spec MIL-PRF-15305.
TTTech announced the availability of the first AFDX switch hardware with the standard ANSI form factor 3U VPX (formerly known as VITA 46). The rugged, light, and space-saving switch will support customers in the design of optimized aerospace system architectures.
Ironwood Electronics (Eagan, MN) recently introduced a new BGA socket addressing high performance requirements for testing BGA devices - SBT-BGA-7019. The contactor is a stamped spring pin with 31 gram actuation force per ball and cycle life of 125,000 insertions.
Yokogawa Electric Corporation (Newnan, GA) announces that it has developed a multi-protocol wireless adaptor that enables wired field instruments or analytical sensors to be used as ISA100 Wireless devices, and will release models in May and July that support communications based on the HART and RS485 Modbus standards.