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IDE for Renesas RX MCUs gets safety update

IAR Systems has announced the latest version of the functional safety edition of Embedded Workbench for Renesas RX family of MCUs. The new version integrates the C-STAT and C-RUN tools, providing static and runtime analysis. In addition, support is now available for the Renesas RXv2 CPU core.

16bit MCU range expanded

Epson is shipping samples of the S1C17M2x family of low power 16bit MCUs with on-chip flash. According to the company, the MCU is suited to applications ranging from home appliances to factory automation.

High efficiency DC/DC converter range

An 800W quarter-brick isolated DC/DC converter from Artesyn is said to have high efficiency and thermal performance. Capable of delivering up to 70A with a single fully regulated 11.8V output, the converters have no minimum load requirement.

Low cost, ultra low power MCUs

Texas Instruments has introduced what it says are its lowest-cost ultra-low-power MSP430 MCUs for sensing applications. The latest additions to the range are the MSP430FR2000 and MSP430FR2100, with 500byte and 1kbyte of memory, respectively, along with a new development kit (pictured).

Bluetooth 4.0 module for lighting control apps

A Class 2 embedded Bluetooth 4.0 module from Casambi has been designed for use in LED lighting control, light fixtures and LED bulbs. Called the CBM-002A/B, the device integrates a 32bit ARM Cortex-M4 processor, along with a 2.4GHz Bluetooth Low Energy transceiver and two antenna options. The module is available in two variants: the CBM-002A has a chip antenna; while the CBM-002B comes with a pin antenna.

Medical power supplies meet curve B radiated and conducted EMI

TDK-Lambda has unveiled the CUS30M and CUS60M series of AC-DC power supplies. Rated at 30W and 60W, these compact products have been designed to meet curve B conducted and radiated EMI in either a Class I or Class II (double insulated) construction, without the need for external filtering.

TI unveils new family of LLC controllers

Texas Instruments has introduced an inductor-inductor-capacitor (LLC) resonant controller with an integrated high-voltage gate driver that delivers, according to the company, the industry’s lowest standby power, as well as longer system lifetimes.

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