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Three-axis linear Hall-effect sensor IC

Allegro MicroSystems has released a three-axis linear Hall-effect sensor IC that provides 12-bit digital output words that are proportional to the strength of the field present in each of the X, Y, and Z axes. The quiescent output value (zero magnetic field applied) is at mid-scale.

Module to speed connected smart object development

Looking to help designers to streamline the prototyping and development of connected smart objects, STMicroelectronics has created the SPBTLE-1S, said to be a ready-to-use Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) module that integrates all the components needed to complete the radio subsystem. The module integrates ST’s BlueNRG-1 application-processor SoC and balun, high-frequency oscillators and a chip antenna.

Large pitch board to board connectors

GCT has extended its range of board to board connectors with two families: the BH, with a 3.96mm pitch, and the BK, with a 5.08mm pitch. According to the company, the additions feature the largest pitch sizes available for standard products.

Flexible displays can be read in daylight

Flexible displays manufactured by Plastic Logic are now available from Review Display Systems (RDS). The glass-free electrophoretic active matrix displays are shatterproof, bendable and readable in daylight.

CoolMOS P7 platform to come in a SOT-223 package

The recently launched CoolMO P7 platform from Infineon is expanding to include a SOT-223 package. The device has been developed as a one-to-one drop-in replacement for DPAK and is therefore fully compatible with a typical DPAK footprint.

Bidirectional TVS diode arrays with lower standoff voltages

Littelfuse has introduced 80A discrete bidirectional transient voltage suppression (TVS) diode arrays as the latest addition to its SP11xx series TVS diode arrays. The SP1103C series is said to offer circuit designers lower standoff voltage options for protecting lower voltage power buses from electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage.

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