The RL3-10S rocker switch from Phaseda is made for limited space applications. It has UL rating at 10A 125VAC. And it’s fully compliant with RoHS requirements.
For applications that face particularly tight space restraints, SUYIN has developed the two-pin type 040068FR right-angle DC power jack connector (max. 6.3 V DC / 2.0 A DC).
NXT announces combined haptic touch and audio exciters for touch panels and screens in industrial, home automation, automotive and consumer electronic products.
Summit Semiconductor today announced that it will demonstrate its Summit Connect USB technology at CES 2011. Summit Connect enables TV manufacturers to deliver wireless multichannel high definition (HD) audio with a USB Linux driver update.
Alereon announced the addition of several new wireless HDMI reference designs: The AL5750 1080p Wireless UWB Audio/Video Adapter, the AL5810/11 Wireless HDMI Encoder/Decoder and the AL5820/21 Wireless HDMI Encoder/Decoder with 3D support.
International Rectifier announced the expansion of the company’s offering of 40 V to 100 V automotive qualified MOSFETs including a family of logic level devices.
Saelig has introduced IO-Warrior56, a universal USB Controller that allows easy access to input or output functions via a USB bus. Featuring 50 generic I/O lines, IO-Warrior56 is also an I2C/SPI master, allowing interface with a wide range of available ICs.
Mistral Solutions announced CraneBoard, a new low-cost ARM-based development board, offers designers a fully open source printed circuit board (PCB) and design to reduce development costs.
Johnson Electric today announced the Compact DC motor product line which delivers the industry’s highest power density. This innovation is based on Johnson Electric’s proprietary Curve technology.
Since a greater proportion of green than red or blue is needed in a projector to produce white light, the increase in the brightness of the green LED has a significant effect on the overall system brightness.
Allegro MicroSystems, Inc. introduces a user-programmable linear Hall-effect sensor IC with pulse width modulated output.
Can computers understand emotions? Can computers express emotions? Can they feel emotions? The latest video from the Univ. of Cambridge shows how emotions can be used to improve interaction between humans and computers.
Characterized by low dropout voltage and low quiescent current, the latest linear regulators from Diodes Incorporated suit low power handheld product design where extending battery life is a key design criteria.
In order to meet operating demands and compliance requirements specific to the European market, the AIR line now includes ETSI-compliant models A1101R08A (embedded antenna) and A1101R08C (connectorized).
M/A-COM Technology Solutions Inc. (M/A-COM Tech) introduced today the MAAM-009563, a two-stage HBT driver amplifier for cellular and WiMAX infrastructure applications. This driver amplifier covers a broad frequency range of 250 to 3000 MHz...
Curtiss-Wright Controls Electronic Systems has announced that recent testing of its new (patent pending) CoolWall technology for thermal management of rugged embedded computing enclosures has shown a greater than 2x improvement in payload power cooling...
STMicroelectronics unveiled two System-on-Chip ICs that allow standard- or high-definition equipment to share the same printed-circuit-board (PCB) design and leverage software developed for earlier product generations.
AVX Corporation, has developed advanced capacitor arrays designed to shrink the circuit foot print, enhance EMI performance and improve overall manufacturing speed. AVX's wide range of multilayer ceramic capacitor (MLCC) arrays...
San-tron, Inc. has released “An Introduction to eSMA Connectors and Cable Assemblies,” a video in which San-tron’s Director of Engineering, Fred Hull, talks about the company’s revolutionary technology used in their eSMA connectors and cable assemblies.
The SLX-1350 from EM Research, which operates over the frequency range 675-1350 MHz in 1 MHz steps, features low spurs (<-60 dBc), low harmonics (<-15 dBc), 0 dBm nominal output power, and low phase noise (<-85 dBc/Hz @ 10 KHz (Fout @ 675 MHz)).
Performance, power density and efficiency are goals not normally associated with electrical systems on automobiles. That was yesterday, now the pistons, valves and fuel pumps of the last 150 years have transformed into the electric motors, inverters and batteries of today.
The Navy made history on December 18 when it launched its first rollercoaster, er, aircraft, using the Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) technology. The F/A-18 Super Hornet, piloted by Lt. Daniel Radocaj, was launched from Naval Air Systems Command, Lakehurst, N.J.
This videoclip from CAMI Research shows its computer-assisted technique for assembly of circular connectors used in aerospace and other high-reliability applications.
In Cree's lighthearted skit, they have grandma and grandson follow the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) guidelines for cleaning up a CFL. Since fluorescent light bulbs contain mercury, special steps should be taken to clean them up if they break.
Gesture recognition is exciting new technology that lets a person control applications by using gestures or body movements instead of using a controller, remote or other device...