Wearable Electronics

Winbond extends code storage capacity of its ultra-low power 1.2V SPI NOR Flash family

Winbond Electronics Corporation has launched the W25Q64NE, a 1.2V SpiFlash NOR Flash IC in a 64Mb density which offers the large code storage capacity and active mode power savings needed by the latest generation of smart wearable and mobile devices. Winbond says that it was the first Flash memory manufacturer …

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Low-Power BioZ AFE by Analog Devices shrinks size for BioZ monitoring

Reduce the size and extend the life of bioimpedance (BioZ) remote-patient monitoring (RPM) devices with the MAX30009 low-power, high-performance BioZ analogue front-end (AFE) from Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI). For developers of small, battery-powered, continuously wearable devices, this AFE on a chip offers clinical-grade vital sign measurements of bioimpedance analysis for patient …

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Zepp Health signs licence agreement for sureCore’s EverOn ultra-low voltage memory IP

Zepp Health, a market leader in digital health management, has licenced sureCore’s ultra-low voltage SRAM memory EverOn as part of its ongoing strategy to deliver improved computing efficiency at reduced power for its family of wearable devices. As part of Zepp Health’s commitment to bring the most advanced products to market …

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nVent/Schroff Card-Lok High Clamp Force PCB Retainers available from Foremost

Foremost Electronics, the engineering-led Essex based importer and distributor of electromechanical components, can now supply the nVent/Schroff Card-Lok range of high thermal performance and high clamp force PCB retainers for use in rugged environments. The new Card-Lok retainers have been designed to be drop-in replacements for most applications currently using …

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Molex reveals findings from ‘The Future of Mobile Devices’ survey

A global survey has identified the top trends and technologies that will impact smart phones, smart wearables and other mobile devices manufactured in 2026. Molex, a global electronics leader and connectivity innovator, commissioned Dimensional Research to conduct The Future of Mobile Devices global survey in July 2021, polling 207 qualified …

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MIKROE introduces $79 LTE IoT 8 Click board for wearables, asset tracking, monitoring and metering

MikroElektronika, the embedded solutions company that dramatically cuts development time by providing innovative hardware and software products based on proven standards, has launched LTE IOT 8 Click – a member of its 1000-strong Click family of peripheral development boards – targeting designers of low-power LTE-M and NB-IoT connectivity solutions in …

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Imint and RealWear Collaborate to Bring Superior Video Quality to AR Wearable Computer for Frontline Workers

IMINT Image Intelligence AB announced collaboration with RealWear Inc. Under the agreement, Imint’s pioneering Vidhance software is integrated into RealWear’s flagship HMT-1 voice-controlled device – delivering the industry’s clearest, most stable video performance to frontline workers who need hands-free access for visual communications and information. Already a pioneer in the …

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Wearable tech set to tackle head injuries in sport

Wearable tech which measures and tracks head impact force in sport and recreational activities is set to aid research and support informed decisions on the risk of brain injury.Based at the Edinburgh Business School (EBS) Incubator within Heriot-Watt University, the innovative technology has been developed by start-up company HIT.Featuring a unique …

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Mouser Supports Latest Women of Wearables Conference, Health Tech 2.0

Mouser Electronics, Inc., the New Product Introduction (NPI) leader empowering innovation, is working in partnership with the organisation Women of Wearables by sponsoring the organisations latest conference, Health Tech 2.0, to be held on the 28th of January. Featuring an impressive line-up of speakers, Health Tech 2.0 is a virtual …

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Dispensing tips for wearables manufacturing

Consumer wearables, including smart watches and augmented reality glasses, have captured the imagination of many. One important market for wearable devices is medical and healthcare, where they fulfil a diverse range of functions, such as monitoring patient heart rate, oxygen levels, body temperature and respiratory rate. State of the art …

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