Distribution

Future Electronics to become ARM Accreditation Corporate Partner

Future Electronics has become the first distributor to become an ARM Accreditation Corporate Partner. This is the result of Future Electronics’ commitment to adopt the ARM Accredited Engineer (AAE) program worldwide throughout the company, with a particular focus on the ARM Accredited MCU Engineer (AAME) certification.

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BEC Distribution now stocking Stontronics Power Supplies

Stontronics’ new distribution partner, BEC Distribution, has announced the stock availability of the entire family of Stontronics power supplies, which ranges from Desktop and Plugtop PSUs to Internal Enclosed PSUs and Wall-mounting PSUs. The Stontronics ranges also include Open-frame PSUs, Battery Chargers and Waterproof PSUs.

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Digi-Key extends IoT solution lineup with BLE wireless chips from Nordic Semiconductor

Digi-Key Corporation has announced a global distribution agreement with Nordic Semiconductor, a provider of ARM-based Bluetooth Low Energy solutions. Nordic Semiconductor is a fabless semiconductor company that specialises in ultra-low power (ULP) short-range wireless communication in the license-free 2.4 GHz and sub-1-GHz Industrial, Scientific, and Medical (ISM) bands.

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Industry’s first smart rubidium clock

A world leader in high-end rubidium and crystal based, GNSS synchronised, oscillators and timing modules Spectratime’s new patented SRO-5680 (GPS/GNSS Synchronised Rubidium Oscillator) is now available in the UK via Aspen Electronics. It is the industry’s first smart Rubidium clock (SRO), integrating a host of complex timing and synchronisation functionality all in one low-cost, ultra-small, package.

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Ismosys stocking dimmable single-stage digital LED driver for 15W SSL retrofit bulb applications

Dialog Semiconductor’s pan-European sales & marketing representative, Ismosys, has released details of its new high performance, 15W single-stage, AC/DC offline power supply controller for dimmable LED luminaires that require high Power Factor (PF), low total harmonic distortion, outstanding TRIAC dimmer capability and low BOM cost.

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SynQor DC/DC converter targets high power battery-charging applications

Luso Electronics Distribution has announced the availability of the high-input-voltage NiQor family of DC-DC converters for a range of industrial and telecom applications. Included within the range is a product that is suited to use in HEVs (Hybrid Electric Vehicles) or in a range of portable battery-charging applications such as fuel cell or solar-energy based power generators.

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Rutronik adds new Resettable Fuse from Diodes

Rutronik is now stocking the NIS5132 resettable electronic fuse from Diodes. Suitable for hot plug consumer and industrial products, including external disks, printers and servers, and helping to raise power system reliability by protecting against shutdown and catastrophic failures the device has been designed to allow products to restart enabling a reduction in unnecessary field returns.

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Rochester Electronics expands support of obsolete and active integrated circuits

Rochester Electronics has expanded its continuing manufacturing and support services of obsolete and active MIL-STD-883 and MIL-PRF-38535 integrated circuits for military and aerospace applications. Through its Extension-of-Life products and solutions, the company continues to manufacture National Semiconductor’s 54AC00/QCA (5962-8754901CA), Intel’s 87C51 and Texas Instruments’ UA733M/BIA (8418501IA) to MIL-STD-883 and MIL-PRF-38535 specifications.

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Rutronik stocking new Jupiter GNSS module from Telit

Rutronik is now stocking the Jupiter SL869 V2 GNSS module from Telit. A member of the SL869 family it is based on the low-power Mediatek MT333. The complete multi-GNSS receiver has been designed to offer both easy integration and enhanced battery-life performance thanks to an ultra low standby current.

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Multi-Touch PCT technology allows simultaneous analysis of up to 40 contact points

Zytronic’s Multi-Touch Projected Capacitive Technology (MPCT) which currently permits up to 40 independent contact points to be analysed simultaneously on displays of up to 216 cm (85“), is to be introduced by MSC Technologies at this year"s embedded world, to be held later this month in Nuremberg.

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