L6983 38 V Step-Down Converter is a synchronous monolithic step-down regulator
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L6983 38 V Step-Down Converter is a synchronous monolithic step-down regulator

STMicroelectronics' step-down converter is an easy to use synchronous monolithic step-down regulator STMicroelectronics L6983 Synchronous Step-Down Converter is an easy to use monolithic step-down regulator capable of delivering up to 3A DC to the load. The wide input voltage...

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Low Power Brushed DC Motor Driver IC from Toshiba in Compact HSOP8 Package
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Low Power Brushed DC Motor Driver IC from Toshiba in Compact HSOP8 Package

Toshiba Electronic Devices has added the TB67H451FNG Motor Driver IC to its lineup of low power consumption brushed DC motor driver ICs. The new IC comes in the popular pin-assignment HSOP8 package and features automatic return after over-current detection. Over-current detection is a...

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R&S NGP800 Power Supplies Offer up to Four Independent Channels in a Single Instrument
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R&S NGP800 Power Supplies Offer up to Four Independent Channels in a Single Instrument

Rohde & Schwarz released the R&S NGP800 family of power supplies, which include two and four channel models. Channels can be operated fully independently or synchronized, and features include a 5” high-resolution touch screen, which also displays detailed statistics. The...

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42V, 15A Synchronous Step-Down DC-DC Regulator
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42V, 15A Synchronous Step-Down DC-DC Regulator

The LT8648S synchronous step-down dc-dc regulator from Analog Devices features second generation Silent Switcher architecture designed to minimize EMI emissions while delivering high efficiency at high switching frequencies. This includes the integration of input and boost capacitors to...

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New Chip brings ultra-low power WiFi connectivity to IoT devices.
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New Chip brings ultra-low power WiFi connectivity to IoT devices.

Electrical engineers from the University of California, San Diego recently designed a new portable chip that consumes 5000 less power than the Wi-Fi radios that we have today. The new chip, which is smaller in size compared with a grain of rice, is said to be ideal for IoT devices,...

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ONiO.zero RISC-V Microcontroller Functions On Harvested Energy
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ONiO.zero RISC-V Microcontroller Functions On Harvested Energy

ONiO, a Norwegian healthcare-focused Internet of Things (IoT) expert has unveiled ONiO.zero, an ultra-low-power RISC-V-based microcontroller capable of operating solely from harvested energy — without needing a battery, capacitor, or any other means of energy storage. The company says...

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Free Elektor Article: Using E-paper with the Arduino
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Free Elektor Article: Using E-paper with the Arduino

Electronic paper — a.k.a. e-paper — is an unusual type of display. Once a picture (or text) is displayed, no further energy is required to maintain the display. Energy is only required to change the display. This is very useful in applications where the amount of available energy is...

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u-blox launches first Wi-Fi 6 module series in automotive grade
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u-blox launches first Wi-Fi 6 module series in automotive grade

Driving new user experiences in automotive infotainment thanks to concurrent dual Wi‑Fi support and Bluetooth 5.1. u‑blox, a global provider of leading positioning and wireless communication technologies, has announced the JODY‑W3 series, multiradio modules featuring Wi‑Fi 6...

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