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Lead-acid battery boasts double the thermal life
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9/26/2002   Post a comment
A front-terminal valve-regulated lead-acid battery from EnerSys Inc., the VX100F, has a design life of 10 years at 40 degrees C, more than double the life of similar batteries, according to the company (formerly Yuasa).
Device server speeds networking
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9/26/2002   Post a comment
Lantronix Inc. says its UDS100 single-port device server allows OEM engineers to network almost any product, from home appliances to medical systems, in less than 30 minutes.
Motorola flash MCUs encroach on OTP applications
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9/26/2002   Post a comment
In the latest round of 8-bit flash microcontrollers that effectively lower the cost of reprogrammability, Motorola Inc. last week launched the first six members of its Nitron family, some priced as low as 70 cents each if ordered in quantities of 10,000 or more.
Li-ion gets IC vendors charged up
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Driven by the growing popularity of lithium batteries in portable consumer products, a raft of charger ICs is being rushed to market.
Mini half-bricks tackle thermal issues
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9/19/2002   Post a comment
Offering an alternative approach to addressing the wide collection of power issues facing the application of dc/dc converters, particularly thermal, di/dt Inc. has introduced a reduced-size half-brick in a standard half-brick pinout.
ASIC ties Sharc DSPs, PCI
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ASIC chip works for security
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Force Computers offers network processor blade
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9/19/2002   Post a comment
Force Computers' latest network processor blade offers dual Intel IXP network processors, a 14-port multilayer Gigabit Ethernet switch fabric and a Compact-PCI form factor for Internet Protocol processing in telecommunications and data communications.
Diamond Systems unveils PluriBus-standard board
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9/12/2002   Post a comment
The Hercules embedded CPU board from Diamond Systems Corp. is said to be the first product to meet a new industry form-factor standard, known as PluriBus.
Switch offers 2-in-1 design
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9/9/2002   Post a comment
Elma Electronic Inc. is offering a concentric switch based on its Type 07 rotary design.
Low-power 8-bit MCU targets handheld test gear
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Hitachi Semiconductor (America) Inc. has added the H8/38024F to its line of Super-Low-Power 8-bit microcontrollers.
Elpida tips 1-Gbyte DDR SDRAM DIMMs
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9/9/2002   Post a comment
Elpida Memory (USA) Inc. is offering 1-Gbyte unbuffered double-data-rate SDRAM dual in-line memory modules for high-performance PC and workstation applications.
Stratum 3 timing eased
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9/9/2002   Post a comment
9Co. LLC has added two low-cost, low-power (3.3-volt) modules to its STSG (Simplified Timing Signal Generator) family for Stratum 3 timing applications.
Board fit for rugged uses
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9/9/2002   Post a comment
Designed for high reliability in harsh environments, VersaLogic's Bobcat single-board computer packs a 586 CPU running at 100 MHz and operates in an extended-temperature mode ranging from -40 degrees C to 85 degrees C.


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