“These converters are available with input voltages of 12, 15 or 24V and come equipped with ultra-low parasitic capacitance (less than 10pF). They are EN-60950-1 certified and fully compliant to RoHS2 and REACH.”
"The MFC2817 addresses this need with values from 3-150m and a low TCR of 30ppm/oC compared to the 4m minimum value and 50-100ppm TCR specification of the nearest competitive part."
Along with the newly added characteristics the outer design Increases its optimal performance as much as the programming. The Metal Foil intertwined with ceramic body creates a leading resistor amongst its competitors. This type of configuration allows for the reduction of self-heating saving the user maintance time and costs.
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During the Airborne Law Enforcement Association (ALEA) Expo the birth of a new idea was presented for law enforcement air transportation. During the expo that took place at the Reno Sparks Convention Center MD Helicopter, Inc presented their MD 6XX Concept Helicopter idea to the audience and resulted in great success. They had the opportunity to not only present their latest model but also had the chance to present of other capabilities that their company has to offer. Other offers that MD promoted were their FAA-approved E-to-F conversion program, customer support, and fleet modernization programs.
Officials at MD are more than eager to begin the newest project on providing the newest aircraft for the law enforcement. With more than 40 years of experience providing law enforcement with air transportation. Chief Commercial Officer for MD, Craig Kitchen states, “It is an incredibly exciting time at MDHI” despite their many previous projects.
With many of MD capabilities its potential is enormous through many aspects on the market. It continues to grow with continuous orders from many other companies in the industry not only for new aircraft but also for the transformation options as well.
One of their largest market that MD has to offer is there Aftermarket program. As maintance and service becomes essential for customers they have created a more efficient way to keep track. The have created a data base to be able to supply parts they produce for repair and maintance of their aircrafts. Vice president of MDs aftermarket customer support, Nick Nenadovic states that this new system will guarantee the right part when it matters the most. MDs main goal is to be able to market with word of mouth on their accomplishments presented at the expo as their ultimate goal is to keep growing in every aspect they have to offer.
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loTUK Boost, a government funded programme has begun to take place in the United Kingdom. Digital Catapult is the company in charge of the entire production and has chosen Cambridge Wireless thee company to put it in to play. Beside the leading company, Cambridge there are partners located from Bristol to Yorkshire in the UK. This government ran project has been implemented in hopes of supporting the “SMEs developing internet of things (LoT) enabled services and applications using a LoRa wireless network in Cambridge.”
One of the main focuses of introducing this new innovative network is to begin to target some of the restrictions that entering into the (loT) market presents. Currently the CW programme is making great use of the LoRaWAN network.
“LoRaWAN is designed to provide Low Power Wide Area Network with features specifically needed to support low-cost, mobile, secure bi-directional communication for Internet of Things (IoT), machine-to-machine (M2M), and smart city, and industrial applications.” The Smart Cambridge programme is currently using the LoRaWAN Network that is under the Great Cambridge City Deal that was implemented in April of 2015.
Eager to complete the project the CEO of CW, Mr. Robert Driver states,” “We hope this is just the first step in encouraging all the main LPWAN technology providers to test and explore the delivery of real world solutions into Cambridge.”” Along with Smart Cambridge there has also been a total of six other partners that were chosen from wide-spread locations in the UK as well. The partners vary from many different sources such as Everynet, the LoRa Alliance, Iotic Labs, Smart Cambridge and the University of Cambridge. The project is in search of 10 more qualified companies to full fill spots in the programme and will be presented in the CW International Conference in the summer.
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Seoul Semiconductor is launching their Wicop LED reference designs by offering module solutions that will allow their customers to realize their solutions much faster than by just using LED components. CEO of Seoul Semiconductor Europe, Andreas Weisl believes that their module solutions also will benefit their customers by letting them evaluate the technology quickly in order to reap the benefits almost instantaneously.
Wicop Y19 module features four clusters of 2x2 LEDs while the Y22 and Y22P modules come with four single LEDs each. The Y19 also has a combined typical flux of 4,650 lumens in contrast to the 1,268 lumens for the Y22/Y22P.
All feature a CRI or Color Rendering Index of 70 and a CCT or Correlated Color Temperature of 4K. Each modules are tailored made to address common customer needs while defining location and pitch of LEDs, position and size of alignment holes for optical lenses.
Featuring standard power connectors and ease of assembly/usage, these boards have luminous efficiency up to lm/W at 350 mA and are well-suited to be used as light-source applications for architectural spaces like warehouses or productions sites in densely industrial areas. They can also be used outdoors for street lighting, lighting in harbors, tunnels, railway stations with the new Wilma lens-array from LEDiL.
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A first for Japanese electronics giant Panasonic, the company has progressed the global headquarters for its cooling compressor business to Singapore. Minister for Manpower Lim Swee Say publicized the company's first relocation freestanding of Japan in current decades yesterday at the official opening of Panasonic's refrigeration compressor business unit (RCBU) in Singapore. The engineering plant here, which makes refrigeration compressors, will also be altered from a conventional engineering plant into a "smart factory", which will make use of big data and make procedures more systematized.
Although workers could be worried about being replaced by robots. Even as Panasonic's function has become more manpower, it did not reduce local workers, but instead reoriented them to work alongside robots. Panasonic's reorientation of its local staff has caused a 35 per cent jump in the average income over the last five years. However, Mr. Lim said businesses might still demand precise expertise, which they cannot find in Singapore. In the case of Panasonic, they had to employ foreign workers with skills in innovative element design and process innovation. Mentioning "the complementarity of our local and foreign manpower", Mr. Lim said the foreign experts "helped to train and strengthen our locals to master these skills", improving the local workforce.
At a press conference yesterday, the company's uppermost administration vowed to keep the jobs of its 650-strong Singapore staff, even as it turns its operations in Bedok South into a smart factory. Panasonic Appliances Refrigeration Devices Singapore's manufacturing centre director Leong Mun Chong said that, overall, the allocation of the headquarters to Singapore from Kusatsu city, Shiga Prefecture, will result in an escalation in staff numbers in the RCBU unit. It could double the size of its research and development team to about 120 engineers in five years.
The company's phasing out of labor-intensive jobs will primarily affect its foreign workforce of about 350 workers, mostly from China. Panasonic wants to cut this workforce by 200 workers in the next three to five years, said Mr Leong.
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The Zero W, which is the New Raspberry Pi has an 802.11n wireless LAN and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity. It also has high-tech camera enhancements that were not on the original Zero. The new Zero makes a better computer because you most likely will not need a hub if you’re connected through Bluetooth.
We imagine you’ll find all sorts of uses for Zero W,” said co-founder Eben Upton. “It makes a better general-purpose computer because you’re less likely to need a hub: if you’re using Bluetooth peripherals you might well end up with nothing at all plugged into the USB port. And of course, it’s a great platform for experimenting with IoT applications.”
There was an official injection-moulded case created collectively by Raspberry Pi, Kinneir Dufort and T-Zero. The case includes three interchangeable lids, which can be blank, with GPIO access aperture, with camera aperture and mount.
There is also a number new of Zero distributors such as ModMyPi in the UK, PI3G IN Germany, Samm Teknoloji in Turkey, Kubii in France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, and Kiwi Electronics in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.
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There was an article on Electronics Weekly that talks about how Infineon is selling their 5th generation CoolSet in May. This fifth generation item is the stand alone quasi resonant flyback controller and integrated power IC CoolSET. The 700 V and 800 V CoolMOSP7 are integrated together into a single package. To understand more about the product, David Manners from Electronics Weekly talks more about the Infineon.
The newly implemented cascode configuration for the high voltage MOSFET in combination with the internal current regulator provides fast startup. Light load performance is optimized through an Active Burst Mode (ABM) with selectable entry/exit thresholds. The design of the device incorporates new algorithms to minimize the switching frequency spread between different line conditions and simplify EMI filter design. Device protection includes input over-voltage protection, brown in/out, pin short to ground, and over-temperature protection with hysteresis.”
The controller is be available starting in the beginning of May 2017.
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Global distributor Arrow Electronics Parts is making a FPGA IoT Maker Board available. Designed for end-to-end application development and optimized for cost. The MAX1000 board can be installed directly into a custom application or integrated on to a separate board. It is intended for use by start-ups, universities or established equipment manufacturers who are looking for a flexible, low cost FPGA platform for development, customized variants of the board are also available.
At the board’s heart is a compact (11 x 11mm) Intel MAX10 FPGA with 8000 logic elements. This chip includes unified flash memory, a 1Msample/s 12bit A/D converter for analogue signals and a 3.3V power supply. Other features include embedded SRAM, DSP blocks, instant-on within milliseconds, and the ability to implement Intel’s NIOS II soft core embedded processor to perform microcontroller responsivities. The board is assembled with an integrated Arrow USB-Blaster, meaning that the FPGA can be programmed directly from a PC and debugged by using the free of charge Intel Quartus Prime Lite software. As a result, the MAX1000 is an easy to use plug and play solution.
The USB-Blaster can also be integrated into the user’s own circuit if needed. The board’s power can be supplied as 5V from the USB port or via a separate pin. An Enpirion DC/DC converter with integrated coil then generates the 3.3V supply used on board. A MEMS oscillator administers the clock supply for the FPGA and the USB bridge. The low power, three axis acceleration sensors can be used for position and motion detection, which are often required in IoT applications.
External SDRAM can be used for storage of application data or as memory for the NIOS II processor. They are also providing an easy introduction into the use of FPGAs, a series of demo projects with NIOS II soft IP controllers are provided with the MAX1000. Eight LEDs are available to display status and user inputs can be made via two buttons. A two-row connector, based on the Arduino MKR standard, and a PMOD plug provide flexible connectivity options including the ability to attach adaptor boards for wireless ICs or sensors. ASAP Parts Unlimited Services are the premier supplier for all electric devices. The help companies like Arrow Electronic Parts and others all around the globe to imagine, create, and make the best aviation supplies in the world. It is because of ASAP Parts Unlimited that make the line in aviation sky rocket.
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