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Low Power Computer Captures and Transmits Remote Data
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Low Power Computer Captures and Transmits Remote Data

The JK microsystems DataMover offers an economical solution to remote data capture and transmission. By integrating optional GPS receiver, GPRS cell modem and sleep-mode power controller in a die cast aluminum enclosure, the DataMover is capable of logging and transmitting data from remote or inaccessible locations. With power consumption of less than one watt during operation and less than 3...

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Microchip Technology Recognized for Leadership and Innovation

Company Honored by National and Arizona Publications for Product and Business Excellence CHANDLER, Ariz., Jan. 27, 2009 [NASDAQ: MCHP] - Microchip Technology Inc., a leading provider of microcontroller and analog semiconductors, today announced that it has been recognized by the following business and electronics organizations for product and workplace leadership. As a worldwide leader in...

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Single-Channel DACs feature low power of 80 µA at 1.8 V.

Available in SC70 package, 16-bit pin-compatible DAC8411 family has power supply range of 1.8-5.5 V and settling time of 6 Â-µsec. They utilize 3-wire serial interface that operates at clock rates up to 50 MHz, and have operating temperature of -40 to +125°C. Providing low power-on glitch of only 17 mV and 0.15 nV-sec output glitch energy, compact devices are suited for battery-powered...

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Media Converter operates in temperatures from -40 to +75°C.

Designed to convert 10/100Base-TX Ethernet signals to 100Base-FX fiber, iCON-32900 series converter accepts voltage range from 12-48 Vdc. Features include Link Fault Pass-through (LFP) function which allows tracing network link failure; 2 redundant power inputs for non-stop operation; and relay output alarm. Offered in IP20 aluminum housing, unit meets NEMA TS1/2, UL1604, and UL60950 standards...

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Converter Module translates encoder data to USB 2.0 format.
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Converter Module translates encoder data to USB 2.0 format.

Dual Encoder to USB Converter module can handle signals from 2 SSI absolute encoders or 2 quadrature incremental encoders. Using PC interface, module can be programmed through USB port for number of bits with absolute encoders, and for incremental encoders count mode (X1, X2, X4), reset, preset, and preset/reset on index are also programmable. Module is suited for system setup and debugging, data...

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DACs manage power consumption in process control applications.
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DACs manage power consumption in process control applications.

Quad (MAX5134/MAX5135) and dual (MAX5136/MAX5137), 16-bit and 12-bit DACs are designed to address concerns about power consumption. In sleep mode, MAX5134-MAX5137 family draws less than 300 nA, and four 12- or 16-bit DACs can operate on average current of 2.5 Â-µA. Featuring integrated, high-precision voltage reference, pin- and software-compatible multi-channel DACs give designers...

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Interface Converter converts data at up to 921,600 bps.
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Interface Converter converts data at up to 921,600 bps.

Model 4163/4164 Ethernet-to-RS485/422/232 interface converter converts Ethernet 10/100 Mbps IEEE 802.3 compliant data from standard LAN/WAN connection to serial asynchronous data interface over RS232 or RS485/422 networks. Featuring ESD protection circuitry, RoHS compliant product suits application in building automation, industrial manufacturing, and utilities. Converter allows remote monitoring...

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Data-Acquisition System integrates precision data converters.

Designed for signal conditioning and sensor excitation, MAX1329, low-power data-acquisition system features 12-/16-bit analog-to-digital converter, dual 12-bit force-sense digital-to-analog converters, and voltage references. Product operates from 1.8-3.6 V digital supply and 2.7-5.5 V analog supply, and has quiescent supply current of 3.75 mA (typ) and 0.5 Â-µA (typ) in shutdown mode....

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ADCs allow use of 1.8, 2.5, or 3.3 V analog supplies.
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ADCs allow use of 1.8, 2.5, or 3.3 V analog supplies.

Integrating self-sensing regulator, MAX19505/MAX19506/MAX19507 low power, dual-channel, 8-bit, 65/100/130 Msps ADCs minimize number of external components, and consume 43, 57, and 74 mW of analog power per channel respectively. They achieve 49.8 dBFS SNR and 69 dBc SFDR at 70 MHz. Including self-sensing, analog supply regulator, devices feature single-ended or differential clock inputs, 0.4-1.4 V...

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Linearized Audio IP Solution linearizes PWM output signal.

Linearized Digital Audio IP provides compact line driving solution for multimedia applications. Class-D Audio and Linearized Audio DACs incorporate playback channel optimized for minimal power consumption. Also, high-order, over-sampling sigma delta technology is used with drivers for optimal efficiency. Channel filters are implemented digitally, embedded in decimation and interpolation filters,...

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