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Energy-type cells and multi-cell packs provide alternatives to batteries
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Maxwell Technologies introduces a C-Cell ultracapacitor as an alternative to batteries for a wide range of industrial and transportation applications.
Digital Power Forum Announces Major Expansion
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The 2006 Digital Power Forum will feature an afternoon devoted to system-level issues when implementing digital power management solutions. The forum will also have papers on digital energy management and power management in enterprise-level installations and related digital equipment.
Battery fuel gauge extends battery life with suspend mode operation
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Dallas Semiconductor (Maxim) offers a battery fuel gauge with three power states including active, sleep and suspend mode.
Sixteenth-brick touts best-in-class thermal performance
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Touting best-in-class thermal performance, SynQor's 66-watt, 3.3 volt PQ60033SGL20, the first module in the company's 6/6 RoHS compliant, sixteenth-brick DC/DC converter family, claims a virtually flat derating curve.
Motor control platform for front-loading washers saves energy
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Product Review - International Rectifier's IRMCS3041 motor controller platform, a 400-watt energy-saving reference design, extends the company's iMOTION family of products to front-loading washing machine applications.
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