Carlo Gavazzi Automation, the international electronics group with activities in the design, manufacture, and marketing of electronic equipment, today presents its new series of variable frequency drives.
Telit, a global leader in the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced the release of the SE250B4, the newest addition to its smart module product line. Evolving from the existing SE150A4, the SE250B4 is a fully featured “system on a module” that provides native support for integrated peripherals like high-resolution touch displays, advanced cameras and popular audio and digital sensor interfaces.
POSCAP is Panasonic Industry’s family of Conductive Polymer Tantalum Solid Capacitors. With a high characteristical stability and a low ESR being POSCAP’s typical benefits, the company now introduces its latest POSCAP extension, namely the TLE series that promises an unrivalled reliability, especially in terms of guaranteed heat tolerance.
Rohde & Schwarz, the only supplier of fast diode sensors for power measurements up to 67 GHz, is increasing the maximum measurable frequency of diode power sensors to 90 GHz; higher than any other diode sensor currently available. The diode technology enables extremely fast and accurate power measurements with the highest sensitivity from a compact and light-weight portable instrument. High speed power measurements are now possible for all frequencies above 67 GHz in 5G, automotive radar and satellite communications applications including the entire E band.
Rohde & Schwarz submitted its latest 5G NR protocol conformance test cases to the Global Certification Forum (GCF) at the GCF CAG#72 meeting in October 2022 and successfully passed verification. The company now has over 500 GCF-certified protocol conformance test cases, illustrating the leadership of Rohde & Schwarz in 5G NR protocol conformance testing.
Gerard Bush of motion specialist INMOCO compares the build versus buy approach for PCB-motion controllers. Three-axis embedded PCB motion controllers are integral for applications such as robotic arm control.
Melexis reinforces its reputation in the automotive current sensing market by announcing the MLX91230 and the MLX91231. They offer access to shunt or Hall type current sensor technologies. These ASIL compliant devices can measure voltage, current and temperature. Customers will be provided with flexibility and design reusability in their electric vehicle (EV) power systems.