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Within the world of electronics developments in Embedded & System Power can be crucial to design engineers. At New Electronics we are aware of the importance of staying abreast of the recent advances in and the impact it can have on your role, that’s why we have collated all the latest news in one place.

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.

Power efficient M.2 capture cards for OEM developers

The Eco Capture Dual HDMI M.2s are now being shipped - the first of three models unveiled earlier this summer in Magewell's Eco Capture family of video capture cards for OEM developers. A fourth configuration has been announced which the company claims provides quad-channel capture density in an ultra-compact form factor.

Power measurement software provides PC connectivity

The WTViewerE software from Yokogawa provides PC connectivity for the company’s power analysers – including the WT3000E, WT1800E, WT500 and WT300E models – via Ethernet, USB, GPIB or RS232 interfaces. This connectivity allows users to control, monitor, collect and analyse measurement data, and save measurements remotely.

XP Power delivers two new series of fully isolated DC-DC converters

XP Power has launched two new series of fully isolated DC-DC converters. In an ultra-compact DIP-16 package, both offer a very high power density of up to 50W/in3 and with two ultra-wide input voltage ranges, they are suitable for application that require through-hole mount DC-DC converters compliant with global Information Technology Equipment (ITE) safety approvals IEC60950-1 and UL/cUL60950-1.

Ericsson introduces duo of isolated eighth-brick DC/DC converters

Ericsson has launched a pair of DC/DC converter modules in eighth-brick formats that are able to handle currents of up to 40A and that have been design to help reduce energy and cooling costs. Both are claimed by the company to be the most efficient 40A-class eighth-brick-format power modules currently available.

Reinforced isolator with integrated power

A single-chip reinforced isolator with integrated power from Texas Instruments is said to offer 80% higher efficiency than existing integrated devices. The isolator supports operation of industrial systems, including factory automation, grid infrastructure, motor control, isolated power supplies, and test and measurement equipment.

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