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Wurth Offers Latest WE-TVS Series TVS Diodes for Protecting Sensitive Data Lines
Rectifiers and Diodes

Wurth Offers Latest WE-TVS Series TVS Diodes for Protecting Sensitive Data Lines

The WE-TVS Series TVS Diodes are offered in standard, high speed and super speed series. The standard series diodes are available in uni- and the bidirectional technologies and are designed for slow interfaces such as RS232, RS485, or power-supply systems. The high- and super-speed series diodes come with rail-to-rail protective circuit design and are suitable for very fast interfaces such as USB...

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Helind Now Offers CX Series USB Type-C Connectors with 10 Gbps High-Speed Transmission
Electrical Connectors

Helind Now Offers CX Series USB Type-C Connectors with 10 Gbps High-Speed Transmission

The new CX Series USB Type-C Connectors are offered in hybrid (mid-mount) and double-row SMT (top-mount) varieties and provide a new protocol for data connectivity in consumer, industrial machinery and automobile markets. The units are complaint to RoHS standards and are halogen-free. The connector’s alternate modes allow accommodation of MHL and DisplayPort video standards.

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MCU from Redpine Signals Inc. Reduces Overall System Cost for Smart Device Development
Electronic Chips

MCU from Redpine Signals Inc. Reduces Overall System Cost for Smart Device Development

Redpine Signals®, Inc’s. new RS12000 SmartMCU™ delivers ultra-low power (19uA/MHz @20MHz) and high performance (1.07GOPS) in a single chip, helping battery life. The MCU has a separate network security processor that supports all security modes in hardware for the highest level of protection.  It features up to four cores, providing double the processing power, memory, and peripherals by...

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Electronic Chips

New Microprocessors form Renesas Features Easy-to-use Design Capabilities

Renesas Electronics Corporation’s mew microprocessors accelerate the development of rich human-machine interface- (HMI) and camera- and GUI-based applications. It works with industrial equipment, building controls, home automation, medical devices, white goods, and video surveillance and video/fingerprint based access control. The microprocessors feature the use of Renesas MCUs along with up to...

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Telos Alliance Showcases Powerful New Tools at NAB NY
Processors

Telos Alliance Showcases Powerful New Tools at NAB NY

New York, NY (October 17, 2018) – The Telos Alliance TV Solutions Group is shaking up global broadcast markets with innovative new tools for networked communications and cost-effective realtime loudness control. These new tools are on display at the NAB NY show in booth N118 - including the new Linear Acoustic® ARC (Automatic Realtime Control) next-generation television processor, the...

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Harwin Presents New M225 Connector Series That Can Withstand 10G Vibrational Force
Electrical Connectors

Harwin Presents New M225 Connector Series That Can Withstand 10G Vibrational Force

New M225 Cable-to-Board Connector Series are offered with glass-reinforced poly-phenylene sulphide enclosures that feature a minimum insulation resistance of 100 MΩ. The connector’s tin-plated copper alloy male contact features a current rating of 3.3 A and maximum contact resistance of 25 mΩ. The units come with rapid mate-before-lock retention system, which increases holding force and...

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Murata Introduces WMRAG Series MEMS Resonator with Stable Frequency Characteristics
Oscillators

Murata Introduces WMRAG Series MEMS Resonator with Stable Frequency Characteristics

The WMRAG Series 32.768 kHz MEMS Resonator is designed for use in IoT and wearable applications. The resonator features an in-built 6.9 pf capacitor. The device can be operated in -30 to 85°C temperature range with temperature drift of <160 ppm and delivers an initial frequency accuracy of ±20 ppm. The product is offered in silicon-based wafer-level chip scale packaging with 0.9 x 0.6 x 0.3 mm...

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Connectors

Dynamic Series connectors from TE Featured in THE EDGE by Future Electronics Dynamic Series connectors from TE Featured in THE EDGE by Future Electronics

Montreal, Canada – October 15, 2018 – Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components, is featuring TE’s Dynamic Series connectors in the latest edition of THE EDGE. TE’s Dynamic Series connector solutions range from signal-level circuitry to power circuit connectivity – all in a ruggedized, industrialized package. The Dynamic Series is designed for use in...

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New TVS Diode Arrays from Littelfuse, Inc. Designed to Protect Ethernet Ports from Overcurrent Damage
Rectifiers and Diodes

New TVS Diode Arrays from Littelfuse, Inc. Designed to Protect Ethernet Ports from Overcurrent Damage

Littelfuse, Inc. recently released the first in a series of TVS diode arrays (SPA Diodes). These diodes are designed to protect two lines of 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet Ports from damage due to sustained overcurrent and overvoltage. During prolonged overvoltage events this product will present a high impedanc state which will reset once the power fault event has ended. The diodes feature a low...

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New Single Channel Weight Processor from Hardy Features industrial Ethernet-based Communications
Processors

New Single Channel Weight Processor from Hardy Features industrial Ethernet-based Communications

Hardy’s new high performance single-channel Weight Processors have Industrial Internet of Things compatibility, remote diagnostics, and a color touch screen interface. The device is compact, 2 inches wide and 3 inches high. It installs on standard 35 mm DIN rail, which allows for high-density panel design over traditional weighing instrumentation and reduces both machine cost and control...

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Basalt America Announces Stronger, Lighter, and Corrosion-Free FRP&apos;s (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)
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Basalt America Announces Stronger, Lighter, and Corrosion-Free FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)

Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP), represents a truly groundbreaking advancement in structural reinforcement. Lightweight, strong, and green, they are changing the way the construction industry thinks about rebar. Unlike steel, FRPs don't rust and are far stronger than standard rebar. To learn why Fiber Reinforced Polymers are poised to change the way the world builds, see our video.

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