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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., July 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ —

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XP Power launches new 500W-650W AC-DC power supplies for medical devices including BF applications.

July 11th, 2019 – XP Power has announced two new ranges of AC-DC power supplies that provide BF class insulation for healthcare applications where excellent EMC performance is a key requirement.

The PBR500 and PBR650 series offer power levels up to 500W and 650W respectively. Both series accept a very wide, universal input range of 80VAC – 264VAC at 47Hz to 63Hz and offer a total of eight single output voltages (12V, 15V, 18V, 24V, 28V, 36V, 48V & 57V), giving system designers the flexibility to cover many applications with the same series.

Both series offer efficiencies of 90%, … Read More → "XP Power launches new 500W-650W AC-DC power supplies for medical devices including BF applications."

MSR145W2D WiFi Data Logger with Flex-Connector Allows For Wide Sensor Choice

Fairport, NY, USA: Saelig Company, Inc. has introduced the new MSR145W2D WiFi Data Logger, a miniature data-gathering device that is easy to use, takes accurate measurements, offers quick data transfer, and is designed with great flexibility of sensor choice, using WiFi as an instant data delivery method. The MSR145W2D miniature data logger can record physical parameter data from a selection of internal sensors and up to five external sensors. These include air pressure, humidity, acceleration, temperature, and strain, but numerous other voltage-output sensors may be used. To ensure ultimate flexibility in the choice of … Read More → "MSR145W2D WiFi Data Logger with Flex-Connector Allows For Wide Sensor Choice"

XP Power introduces new, informative medical power supplies guide

July 3, 2019 – XP Power, a leading global supplier of power solutions, has introduced a new medical power supplies guide that provides a wealth of useful information for design engineers seeking the optimum power solution for their project. The comprehensive guide provides an overview of XP Power in terms of their vision, core values, quality systems, manufacturing facilities and compliance regime so that customers can better understand the company behind the comprehensive range of medical power supplies.

Of particular benefit to designers and specifiers is a quick reference guide to the main requirements of the latest versions of applicable … Read More → "XP Power introduces new, informative medical power supplies guide"

Cadence Digital Full Flow Achieves Certification for Samsung Foundry 5LPE Process Technology

  • Samsung Foundry confirmed that the Cadence tools meet its stringent technology requirements, providing customers with optimal PPA
  • Cadence flow was certified using the Arm Cortex-A53 and Cortex-A57 cores for the 5LPE process

    SAN JOSE, Calif., July 2, 2019—Cadence Design Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CDNS) today announced that the Cadence® digital full flow has achieved certification for the Samsung Foundry 5nm Low-Power Early (5LPE) process with Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) lithography technology. The Cadence tools have been confirmed to meet Samsung Foundry’s technology requirements, which let customers who produce high-end products for the mobile, networking, server and automotive … Read More → "Cadence Digital Full Flow Achieves Certification for Samsung Foundry 5LPE Process Technology"

RISC-V Foundation Announces Ratification of the RISC-V Base ISA and Privileged Architecture Specifications

BERKELEY, Calif. – The RISC-V Foundation, a non-profit corporation controlled by its members to drive the adoption and implementation of the free and open RISC-V instruction set architecture (ISA), today announced the ratification of the RISC-V base ISA and privileged architecture specifications. The RISC-V base architecture is the interface between application software and hardware. … Read More → "RISC-V Foundation Announces Ratification of the RISC-V Base ISA and Privileged Architecture Specifications"

Vector Introduces its First Network Interface for Car2x/V2X Communication

Novi, MI, USA, 2019-July 9 – Vector announced the new VN4610 network interface – its first solution for IEEE-802.11p and CAN-(FD) based applications. As an interface to the CANoe.Car2x test tool, the interface will help advance 802.11p-based ECUs to production readiness quickly. 

The new Vector VN4610 is a network interface for accessing IEEE-802.11p and CAN-(FD) networks. As a result, users benefit from the ease of receiving and sending IEEE-802.11p … Read More → "Vector Introduces its First Network Interface for Car2x/V2X Communication"

Panasonic to Launch Full-scale Mass Production of an Automotive “Board to FPC Connector”

Panasonic has commercialized a connector with a unique structure that allows direct connection between an automotive FPC (flexible printed circuit) [1] and the board. This connector eliminates the need for wire harnesses [2] previously needed for connection, allowing the use of fewer components and fewer assembly person-hours for vehicles, as well as making room for improved design of automotive LED lights, etc.

Osaka, Japan – Panasonic Corporation announced today that it will launch full-scale mass production of a “Board to FPC Connector” (Series name: CF1) in July 2019, which allows the use of fewer components and fewer … Read More → "Panasonic to Launch Full-scale Mass Production of an Automotive “Board to FPC Connector”"

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