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posted in May 2013
Optocoupler targets military, medical apps
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5/30/2013   Post a comment
Isolink’s optocoupler is aimed at applications requiring optical isolation in gamma, neutron and proton radiation environments with high current transfer ratio and low saturation Vce.
Amazon buys Samsung display subsidiary Liquavista
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5/17/2013   2 comments
Samsung sells electrowetting display pioneer to Amazon for an undisclosed sum.
Vishay expands optoelectronics product line with the VSMG10850, VSMB10940, and VEMD10940F
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5/16/2013   Post a comment
Vishay is offering new high-speed 850 nm and 940 nm IR emitters and package-matched high-speed silicon PIN photodiode for infrared touch panels.
Sharp expand display line with LQ070Y3DG05TPxx and LQ104V1DG81TP01 TFT LCDs
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5/15/2013   Post a comment
Sharp has added 7.0-in. and 10.4-in. multi-touch PCAP displays to its all-LED backlit TFT LCD line up.
E Ink preps flexible e-paper display
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5/15/2013   1 comment
E Ink is preparing to launch a 13.3-inch sized flexible e-paper display. Mass production due in 2H13.
Connectors target solid-state lighting designs
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5/9/2013   Post a comment
Hirose Electric’s latest connectors deliver high cable pull force and reliability, and are offered in small sizes.
Fairchild Semiconductor has developed the FOD8160, a high noise immunity logic gate optocoupler
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5/9/2013   Post a comment
Fairchild Semiconductor’s high-speed device provides 10mm creepage and clearance distance, while achieving stringent safety standards required in high-voltage industrial designs.
Excelitas expands LLAM-1550E-R2AH and the LLAM-1550E-R08BH avalanche photodiode line
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5/3/2013   Post a comment
These products are designed specifically for use in mission-critical applications and offer enhanced optical damage thresholds and increased 1550 nm peak responses.


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