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  • Dual SMBus PWM Fan Speed Controller

    Dual SMBus PWM Fan Speed Controller

    The TC654 is a dual SMBus™ PWM fan speed controller with fan fault detection. This device is suitable for brushless DC motors. It permits temperature proportional fan speed control which lowers acoustic fan noise and increases fan life.

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  • Low Voltage Inverting Buffer

    The 74AHC1G14GV is a 5-lead, surface-mounted inverting buffer with Schmitt trigger action. It has CMOS input switching levels and supply voltage range 2 V to 5.5 V at a specified temperature of -40 °C to +125 °C. This device is capable of producing a sharply defined and jitter-free signal.

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  • Scalable and Configurable DAQ System

    Scalable and Configurable DAQ System

    The HBM‘s MGCplus is a renowned scalable and configurable data acquisition system for laboratory and test stand. This DAQ system features the wide spectrum of supported transducers, fieldbus connections and standard PC interfaces that users demand in a leading and truly integrated measurement device.

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  • Axial-Leaded Thick Film Resistors

    Scalable and Configurable DAQ System

    Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. announced the availability of a new series of axial-leaded thick film planar through-hole resistors featuring a flameproof silicone coating for increased reliability. Offering high voltage handling up to 15 kV, Vishay Techno FHV Axial series devices are optimized for pulse applications in industrial power supplies and laboratory / medical equipment.

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  • Automotive Ultra Low Iq Buck Regulator IC

    Automotive Ultra Low Iq Buck Regulator IC

    Allegro MicroSystems, LLC announced the availability of its new buck regulator designed for power supply requirements of the latest infotainment systems. The device provides all the control and protection circuitry to produce a 2 A regulator with ±1% output voltage accuracy. The A8591 employs pulse-frequency modulation (PFM) to draw less than 33 μA from 12 V input while supplying 5 V/40 μA output, making it ideal for automotive battery-powered “keepalive” applications.

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  • DMOS Microstepping Driver

    DMOS Microstepping Driver

    Allegro MicroSystems, LLC introduces a new integrated bipolar stepper motor driver IC with built-in translator for easy operation. Allegro’s A5984 is designed to operate bipolar stepper motors from full-step up to 1/32 step modes that are selectable by MSx logic inputs. This new device has an output drive capacity of up to 40 V and ±2 A and operates with a single supply. It is targeted at the office and industrial automation markets with key applications to include: automatic teller machines,…

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  • Design Solutions Network for FPGA Design

    DMOS Microstepping Driver

    Altera launched its Design Solutions Network (DSN), a global ecosystem unifying a robust network of design services, IP, board and commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) companies into a single program. The DSN program helps customers accelerate product innovation by connecting them with members offering products or design services using Altera’s CPLD, FPGA, SoC and Enpirion® power devices via a consolidated searchable website.

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  • Temp Sensors for Colder Applications

    Temp Sensors for Colder Applications

    Microchip Technology Inc. introduced the MCP990X family of System Management Bus (SMBus) temp sensor ICs for monitoring of up to four channels in cold, outdoor and industrial low-temperature applications ranging from freezers and refrigerators to base stations and remote radio units. With ±1°C maximum accuracy for both external and internal diode temperatures from -40°C to +65°C, these ICs provide a low-cost, highly flexible solution where precision is needed at lower temperatures.

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