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Heilind Electronics expands temperature sensor portfolio through partnership with TEWA

Heilind Electronics, a leading distributor of electronic components worldwide, has partnered with TEWA, a leading NTC thermistor and temperature probe manufacturer. The TEWA temperature sensors line will complement Heilind’s existing sensor portfolio by adding a wide range of standard and custom temperature sensors based on NTC, PTC, RTD, TC and …

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Balanced Photoreceiver Series HBPR

LASER COMPONENTS would like to announce Femto’s balanced photoreceiver series HBPR, a low noise balanced photoreceiver for detecting the smallest optical difference from DC up to 500MHz. Smaller signals can be detected if the common-mode intensity noise can be reduced, as seen with laser sources for example.  Using two matched …

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New i.MX8M Mini solder-down SoM from Direct Insight combines high performance, miniaturization and low cost

Direct Insight, the UK-based, technical systems integrator and reseller of system-on-module (SoM) and other embedded systems, has announced the new QSXM solder-down module, manufactured by the company’s long-standing partner, Aachen-based Ka-Ro Electronics, which features NXP’s latest dual and quad-core i.MX8M Mini ARM Cortex-A53 64-bit processors, plus 2GB of 32-bit LPDDR4 …

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New Miniature SMD PMS for 3D Printers and Industrial Systems

Omron Electronic Components Europe has launched a new, exceptionally compact reflective photomicrosensor (PMS) with a sensing distance of 3-4mm, plugging a gap in the market for an SMD device addressing applications such as 3D printers, mini printers, e-locks and factory automation equipment. Gabriele Fulco, Product Marketing Manager for Sensors at …

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Bridgelux F90 Series CRI90 LEDs for commercial lighting deliver industry leading efficacy

Bridgelux announced today the commercial release of its F90 Series LED products for commercial lighting which deliver a minimum CRI of 90 combined with industry leading efficacy. Bridgelux F90 LED products use Potassium Fluorosilicate (PFS) phosphor technology licensed from Current Lighting Solutions, LLC for use in commercial lighting applications. For traditional LED technology, higher …

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Parker Expands Thermal Interface Materials Offering with THERM-A-GAPTM GEL 75, a New 7.5 W/m-K Single Component Dispensable Thermal Gel

The Chomerics division of Parker Hannifin Corporation has announced the launch of THERM-A-GAP GEL 75, a 7.5 W/m-K single component dispensable thermal interface material designed for high performance applications. THERM-A-GAP GEL 75 is a single component, gel material best suited for today’s high-powered electronics applications. When applied to a heat …

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Switch – Automated Optical Switch

LASER COMPONENTS would like to introduce our fast and reliable optical switch which will enable automated sequential testing, save time and streamline your test procedures. The MatriQ switch is a compact benchtop design and very simple to setup and easy to operate, making it the perfect choice for your optical …

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Power Integrations’ Compact, Robust SCALE-2 Plug-and-Play Gate Driver Targets Railway Applications

Power Integrations, the leader in gate-driver technology for medium- and high-voltage inverter applications, today announced a new SCALE-2 gate driver for 130 x 140 mm single IGBT high-power (IHM) modules, commonly used in railway and other long-life applications. Comprising the 1SP0630V2M1R main driver, 1SP0635D2S1R peripheral driver and ISO6125R-33 power supply, …

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1NCE increases bandwidth for cellular IoT device communication

NCE, the world’s first full-fledged operator of IoT network services, is increasing the maximum available data rates for cellular device communication in the Internet of Things for new and existing customers from 128 kbit/s to up to 1 Mbit/s. All customers benefit immediately from the new bandwidth, benefitting especially those working on IoT projects …

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AIoT momentum building as technical challenges ease, XMOS report finds

Almost all challenges to the nascent artificial intelligence of things (AIoT) market have become easier to overcome over the past year thanks to significant advances in chip technology, a new XMOS research report surveying electronics engineers has concluded. The AIoT, forecast to become a $3 trillion market by 2025, is set to …

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