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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.

On-board repeater to improve on-train communications

A digital on-board repeater from Cobham Wireless is said, by the company, to offer high-bandwidth in-carriage services for the railway communications market, enabling passengers to connect to 4G, 3G and 2G services in the most challenging of environments.

Buck regulator generates 0 to 14.5V VOUT

The LTC3623 from Linear Technology is a ±5A high efficiency, current mode synchronous buck regulator whose output is adjustable from 14.5V to 0V. The regulator uses a 50µA current reference, combined with a single resistor, to set the output voltage for all of the regulators.

36V op amp features low voltage noise precision

The LT6018, a precision op amp from Linear Technology, features 30nV peak to peak 0.1Hz to 10Hz noise and 50µV max input offset voltage. Designed especially for low frequency noise applications, the LT6018 has a 1/f corner frequency of less than 1Hz. The low input offset voltage is maintained over the operating temperature range and the input common mode range. Open loop gain is typically 142dB, enabling the device to achieve less than 1ppm nonlinearity.

SIL4 certification for ControlSafe rail safety platform

Safety Integrity Level 4 (SIL4) certification has been issued for the Artesyn ControlSafe platform. The platform is said to be one of the first embedded computing systems to use commercial off-the-shelf components to create a fail-safe and fault-tolerant computing platform for a range of train control and rail signalling applications.

µModule regulator with a common heat sink

The LTM4631, a dual 10A or single 20A µModule step-down regulator from Linear Technology, is available in a 1.91mm LGA package measuring 16 x 16mm. The LTM4631 can be placed on a PCB, close to its load, such as an FPGA, whilst sharing one heat sink.

Buck-boost regulators for battery powered portables

The ISL91127 and ISL91128 buck-boost regulators from Intersil feature 4.5A switches, 96% efficiency, and a compact footprint suitable for system power or powering the peripherals in battery-operated devices. They are said to offer the industry’s lowest quiescent current of 30µA for superior light load efficiency.

Eight-channel DC/DCs for multi-rail systems

The LTC3374A from Linear Technology is a highly integrated general-purpose power management solution for systems requiring multiple low voltage power supplies. The device can be configured to provide two to eight independent regulated outputs with 15 possible output current configurations and is suitable for a variety of multichannel applications, including industrial, automotive and communications systems.

Customisable flash loaders

Open flash loader capabilities have been added to SEGGER’s J-Link, J-Trace and Flasher offerings allowing silicon vendors and end users to support new target devices.

Highest power density claimed for AC/DC supplies

Ultra small AC/DC power supplies from Qualstar are said to provide the highest power density amongst commercially available devices at their rated output of 160W. The supplies, available from Luso Electronics, are said to be suitable for broadcast, storage and network products and for applications which require ‘significant power’ within a very small footprint.

DC/DC converter range boasts 92% efficiency

The JWL and JSK series of regulated 40/50W DC/DC converters from XP Power is said to offer a typical efficiency of up to 92%. Supplied in metal cases and with a variety of input voltage ranges and single or dual output combinations, both series have a footprint of 51 x 25mm footprint, with a standard pin out.

Compact automotive grade LDO regulators

Two low dropout regulator families have been added to Rohm’s LDO portfolio. With its miniaturised package, the BUxxJA2MNVX-C series is said to be the smallest automotive-grade LDO regulator, whereas the BD7xxLx series provides quiescent current features.

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