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Within the world of electronics developments in Industrial 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.

Converter offers 93% efficiency

Linear Technology has released the LT8602, a 42V quad channel, current mode, monolithic buck switching regulator with a programmable power-on reset. The LT8602's synchronous rectification topology is said to deliver up to 93% efficiency and can be configured for micropower Burst Mode operation or pulse-skipping operation at light load.

Compact Wi-Fi module speeds IoT deployment

Alpha Micro has announced the availability of a Wi-Fi module and evaluation kit from Lantronix. Based on Broadcom's WICED platform with an ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller and comprising an embedded device server the Lantronix xPico Wi-Fi module provides a compact, low power method of provisioning wireless LAN connectivity to many IoT applications.

Automotive qualified single output LDO

Micrel has released a high-performance low-dropout CMOS regulator (LDO) featuring a dropout of 100mV at 300mA. The MAQ5300 comes in a 6-pin, 2 x 2mm DFN package and is suited for space-constrained and high-reliability functions in automotive and industrial applications.

Ineltek UK announces first Super Junction MOSFETs from Magnachip

Ineltek UK has launched the first in a range of 650V Super Junction (SJ) MOSFETs from Magnachip. MMUB60R199PC is suited to high efficiency power switching requirements due to the intrinsically low RDS(ON) characteristics of the SJ technology and the switching frequencies enabled by its gate charge.

Small and reliable solid state drive

Arrival Electronics has announced the Ferri-eMMC SSD in a 153 BGA package measuring11.5 x 13 x 1.0mm, which leverages Silicon Motion's NAND flash controller technology, along with the highly integrated Multi-Chip Package (MCP) solution from the Ferri family.

Industry's lowest power 3.3V PCIe clock generators

Mouser has announced it is shipping IDT's 9FGL PCIe Clock Generators. The 9FGL range of clock generators are members of IDT's 3.3V low-power PCIe series and are said to support Common Clock with or without spread spectrum and Separate Reference no-Spread PCIe clocking architectures.

High efficiency DC/DC converter

Micrel has released the MIC24046-H, a high efficiency, pin-configurable 5A synchronous buck converter that targets end equipment such as network switches/routers, servers, storage, base stations, FPGA and DSP power as well as factory automation and security cameras.

Stackable FPGA solution

The EMC2-7A board, from Sundance, can be used with commercial, industrial or automotive graded Artix-7 FPGAs and features 1Gbyte of DDR3 local storage, 32Mbyte of flash for storage/configurations and has 68x free differential I/O pins routed to a VITA57.1 FMC-LPC high-speed connector.

DC gate driver reduces board space by 40%

Texas Instruments has introduced an integrated gate driver that offers adjustable gate drive settings with the flexibility to drive a range of external FETs, supporting multiple motors, speeds or varying loads. The DRV8701 enables designers to scale their platforms using a single gate driver across various brushed DC motor models in equipment such as white goods, household appliances, robotics, home automation, power tools, and industrial pumps and valves.

Simplifying PCI Express clock creation

IDT has announced the expansion of its VersaClock 5 family of programmable clock generators with devices that are said to simplify the creation of PCI Express clocks for a design. The 5P49V5907 and 5P49V5908 feature dedicated low-power HCSL outputs that reduce board space and bill of materials by providing an integrated clock generation and distribution solution for PCIe designs.

Power efficient MCUs

Renesas has announced the RX231 series of 32-bit MCUs, which is claimed to offer designers a combination of high performance and low power consumption, with digital signal processing and access to a floating point unit.

Quick charge and discharge supercapacitors

Jamicon has introduced the DA series of supercapacitors, available in the UK from specialist components distributor Components Bureau. Bridging the gap between capacitors and batteries, these electric double layer capacitors (EDLCs) are suitable for quick charge and discharge applications.

AC/DC supply provides 95% efficiency

XP Power has announced the EPL225 series of efficient, open frame AC/DC power supplies suited for industrial, IT and medical applications. The series comprises seven single-output models that offer a range of standard output voltages from 12 to 48V DC with an output power of 225W.

Pool production of Flexible PCBs

Beta LAYOUT has introduced a manufacturing service which offers the production of prototype Flexible PCBs using the PCB-POOL method. Numerous different PCB designs are combined and orders are manufactured together, which is said to help reduce the overall cost and eliminate expensive tooling charges.

SSDs deliver leading edge performance and reliability

Swissbit has announced the launch of its next generation X-60m Series mSATA solid state drive (SSD). Compliant with the latest SATA III interface specification, the drives are said to deliver leading edge performance and reliability to industrial, network and communication and automotive applications.

Low power, high-speed IC-photocoupler

Toshiba has launched a photocoupler that is claimed to combine communication at 15Mbit/s with low power consumption. The TLP2761 has been designed for use in applications such as inverters, servo amplifiers, photovoltaic inverters, FA networks and I/O interfaces.

Rugged linear regulator range

Linear Technology has announced the LT3088, an 800mA low dropout linear regulator designed for rugged industrial applications. The IC has an extended safe operating area and can be paralleled for higher output current or heat spreading. It is said to withstand reverse input and reverse output-to-input voltages without reverse current flow.

Resolving I²C bus address conflicts?

Linear Technology has announced the LTC4316, LTC4317 and LTC4318 address translators, said to enable the hardwired address of one or more I²C or SMBus slave devices to be translated to a different address. This allows slaves with the same hardwired address to coexist on the same bus. Discrete resistors allow the new address to be selected without software programming and 127 address translations are available.

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