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Asynchronous design startup readies ultra-low power 16-bit MCU
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12/1/2008   2 comments
On the eve of the IP’2008 conference this week in Grenoble, Tiempo AS, French startup specializing in the design of asynchronous ICs, has unveiled a 16-bit microcontroller core that is claimed to consume less than 40 µA per MIPS.
Battery charger IC dynamically manages system load and charging
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Advanced Analogic Technologies Inc., has introduced a highly integrated, single-cell Lithium-ion (Li-on)/polymer battery charger and system management IC.
Varioptic, Maxim ready auto-focus liquid lens solutions
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Varioptic SA, French provider of electrically-controlled liquid lens technology solutions, and Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. have joined forces to develop reduced voltage 42V auto-focus driver IC and liquid lens solutions.
International Rectifier : Lighting control ICs manage fluorescent ballasts
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International Rectifier has introduced the IRS2530D and IRS2158D 600V control ICs for energy-efficient dimming fluorescent lighting ballast applications.
Ipetronik : Automotive data loggers transmit data to PC
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With XCP Service, Ipetronik provides convenient online transmission of measurement data from its automotive M-LOG and S-LOG data loggers to a PC.
Hectronic : ETX module is based on Intel Atom processor
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Hectronic has announced the H6046, a Computer-On-Module based on Intel’s Atom Z510/530 CPUs and the companion chipset SCHUS15W.
New colour camera combines high performance with small size
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The new FCB-EX11D camera module from Sony Europe's Image Sensing Solutions Division is a lightweight, ultra-compact addition to the company's range of FCB block cameras.
New family of USB 2.0 digital cameras
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Point Grey Research announced the launch of the Chameleon line of USB 2.0 digital cameras which joins the existing line of FireWire digital imaging products.
Multi-channel frame-grabber in PCI Express format
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The Phoenix HD-SDI range of frame grabber offers low latency capture from uncompressed 8-bit and 10-bit Serial Digital Interface (SDI) and High Definition Serial Interface (HD-SDI) video sources.
Long-stroke position sensors for use in rugged environment
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Macro Sensors presents a breakthrough in linear position measurement with a new, non-contacting long stroke sensor that operates in rugged environments while delivering excellent performance from 0 - 4 to 50 inches.
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