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Newark InOne CEO steps down
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Frequency translator module saves space and time
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The SFT100 series of synchronous frequency translators from SaRonix offers fully debugged and tested module solutions for OEM designers that require compact solutions for timing synchronization.
Illuminated mini toggle switches fit varied apps
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The illuminated ultraminiature toggle switches in NKK Switches' G series stand 0.276 inch tall and measure 0.276 x 0.177 inch for use in applications ranging from video cameras, audio/broadcast equipment and electric guitars to medical gear.
Heat-shrinkable terminals, splices protect connections
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Raychem DuraSeal heat-shrinkable terminals and splices from Tyco Electronics insulate and protect electrical connections from mechanical abuse, wire pull-out and abrasion.
Dc/dc controllers' small packaging conserves space
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Micrel Semiconductor is offering five dc/dc controller chips in small, low-pin-count packages.
POL converters deliver up to 15 A
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Celestica Inc.'s Volant series of single-in-line package point-of-load (POL) converters, for use in computer, storage and communications equipment, delivers 10 and 15 amps in single-in-line (SIP) modules and 15 amps in the surface-mount technology (SMT) version.
Thermistors handle up to 900 joules
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Ametherm Inc.'s MegaSurge thermistors have been designed to withstand up to 900 joules of energy and 50 amps of continuous current. The units are rated to 680 volts.
ADI adds 256-position pots
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Dual JFETs prevent amplifier latch-up
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Dual junction field-effect transistors (JFETs) from Siliconix Inc. are said to eliminate latch-up problems in amplifier designs.
4-MHz regulator can supply up to 4 amps
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Linear Technology Corp.'s LTC3414 is a high-efficiency, 4-MHz synchronous buck regulator in a 20-lead thin-shrink small-outline package using a constant-frequency, current-mode architecture that the company says can deliver up to 4 amperes of continuous current at output voltages down to 0.8 volt.
Inverter warms up to LCD modules
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The P44WD dc/ac inverter from Endicott Research Group Inc. is a wide-temperature plug-and-play solution for powering LCD modules backlit by one or two cold-cathode fluorescent lamps.
Ultracap gears up for cars
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Maxwell Technologies' BMOD0115, a 42-volt ultracapacitor module in the company's BoostCap line, is designed for use with a primary power source in automotive subsystems and hybrid electric transportation systems.
Bluetooth SoC suits wireless keyboards
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A single-chip Bluetooth human interface device from Broadcom Corp. enables wireless keyboards and mice at price points close to those of wired devices, the company said.
Voltage converter outputs 100 mA
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A charge pump voltage converter from Catalyst Semiconductor has a 100-milliamp output capability that can be configured to invert or double the input voltage.
LDO regulators offer 400-mV dropout
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Sipex Corp.'s SPX-2950x family of low-dropout (LDO) linear regulators is said to provide output current of up to 5 amps, dropout of 400 millivolts typical and fast transient response.
JFET amp operates from single supply
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Analog Devices Inc.'s AD8627 precision JFET amplifier in a tiny SC70 package features true single-supply operation.
Firewire PHY chip hits 400 Mbits/s
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Texas Instruments Inc. has designed two 1394b (Firewire) chips especially for home networking of consumer, computing and audio/video equipment.
A new role emerges in auto safety
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Components suppliers are turning stringent safety, reliability and cost requirements from the automotive industry into income opportunities, developing sensors for such applications as tire pressure monitoring, suspension systems and even vehicle dynamic control, among others.
Fingerprint sensor's circuitry reduces power consumption
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Fujitsu Microelectronics America Inc. says its new MBF310 fingerprint sweep sensor employs a unique Auto-Finger Detection (AFD) circuit and on-board FIFO memory to optimize power consumption and CPU efficiency.
Hynix rolls out DDR500 SDRAM
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Bel Fuse reports profit
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MOSFETs in SSOT-6 target tiny dc/dc converters
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Fairchild Semiconductor's 30-volt, 9-milliohm FDC796N and its 100-V, 70-m ohms FDC3616N PowerTrench n-channel MOSFETs, each in a SuperSOT-6 FLMP (flip-chip in a leaded molded package) are suited to small-form-factor dc/dc power supplies found in applications ranging from telecom equipment and Internet hubs and routers, to instrumentation and automatic test equipment.
Motherboard can manage 3 Gbytes of memory
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Soyo Computer Inc.'s Dragon SY-KT600 Ultra Platinum motherboard supports up to 3 Gbytes of memory, which increases processor speed and accelerates the memory bandwidth, the company said.
POL converters stress chip innovation
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With power density, efficiency and cost as the prime forces driving new offerings for ultralow-voltage, high-current power distribution, point-of-load (POL) dc/dc converters continue to speed toward more innovative modular, multichip module (MCM) and chip/chip-set solutions.
High-volt buck regulator switches at 500 kHz in auto, telecom apps
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National Semiconductor Corp.'s LM5007 buck dc/dc regulator IC is said to break new ground with its ability to step down from an 80-volt primary-side power supply and produce a low-voltage (10-V typical) bias supply for secondary-side control devices at a cost of less than a dollar in large volume quantities.
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