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congatec presents SMARC 2.0 Quick Starter Kit for NXP i.MX 8 designs

Deggendorf, Germany, 14 March 2019 * * * congatec a leading vendor of standardized and customized embedded computer boards and modules presents a SMARC 2.0 Quick Starter Kit for the new NXP i.MX8 QuadMax processor family. The kit offers everything developers need for the immediate evaluation of the new NXP i.MX 8 processor generation. Developers of vision-based AI applications, in particular, benefit from the natively supported integrated MIPI interfaces and optional pre-configured software support for artificial intelligence.

“Developers of highly integrated IIoT, industrial and embedded vision applications can reach the next technology level very quickly and easily with the new NXP i. … Read More → "congatec presents SMARC 2.0 Quick Starter Kit for NXP i.MX 8 designs"

Low-cost, open-frame 40W & 60W power supplies support healthcare, household and ITE applications

March 19th 2019 – XP Power has launched two new series of low-profile, open-frame power supplies addressing the need for low-cost 40W and 60W solutions that support a broad range of applications within the medical, domestic/household and ITE/industrial sectors.

Most markets are under price pressure these days; the new FCS40 and FCS60 address this need by combining low unit cost with easy integration into multiple end equipment markets with international agency approvals, high efficiency and low emissions. This is further supported by the wide operating temperature (-25C to +70C) that allows use in a wide variety … Read More → "Low-cost, open-frame 40W & 60W power supplies support healthcare, household and ITE applications"

UnitedSiC announces SiC JFET family for low power AC-DC Flyback converters

March 19, 2019, Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) Anaheim CA, and Princeton, New Jersey: UnitedSiC, a manufacturer of silicon carbide (SiC) power semiconductors, today announced it has released a range of SiC JFET die suitable for co-packaging with a controller IC with built in low voltage MOSFET to fabricate an extremely fast, cascode-based, 20-100 W Flyback product. Ranging from 650 V to 1700 V, these normally-on SiC JFETs enable simplified start-up implementation with zero standby dissipation and are ideal for the large Flyback AC-DC applications market, including consumer adapters and auxiliary power supplies.

Controller IC manufacturers can benefit from the small … Read More → "UnitedSiC announces SiC JFET family for low power AC-DC Flyback converters"

RS Components launches exclusive range of popular pre-wired connectors

LONDON, UK, 19 March 2019 – RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc (LSE: ECM), a global multi-channel provider of industrial and electronic products and solutions, has introduced a new range of pre-wired, single-end-terminated cable assemblies ( https://uk.rs-online.com/web/c/connectors/power-connectors/heavy-duty-power-connector-kits/?applied-dimensions=4293626763,4294423028,4294430581 ) based … Read More → "RS Components launches exclusive range of popular pre-wired connectors"

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