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TE Connectivity – ARISO Contactless Connectivity

TE Connectivity’s (TE) ARISO Contactless Connectivity Platform is a hybrid interconnection system, based on contactless power and data technology, which can easily connect over a short distance without a physical connection. ARISO is not subject to any of the old design parameters, it’s immune to vibration, pollutants and harsh environments and unconfined by movement restrictions. […]

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Vishay – Vishay SurfLight™ Infrared Emitters with 940nm Peak Wavelength and Radiant Intensity to 600mW/sr

The Optoelectronics group of Vishay Semiconductor has introduced a new series of 940-nm infrared emitters built on SurfLight™ technology. The emitters provide up to five times greater radiant intensity than standard IR emitters, reducing component counts, improving performance, and lowering solution costs in a wide range of infrared illumination, data transmission, and gesture recognition applications. […]

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ams – AS5047P High Resolution Position Sensor

The AS5047P is a high resolution rotary position sensor for high speed (up to 28krpm) angle measurement over a full 360 degree range. This new position sensor is equipped with revolutionary integrated dynamic angle error compensation (DAEC™) with almost 0 latency, and offers a robust design that suppresses the influence of any homogenous external stray […]

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Future Electronics – Debug and Trace in Embedded ARM Designs: Introducing CoreSight

By: Francesco Sinacori, Field Applications Engineer, Future Electronics Read this to find out about: The benefits of ARM’s CoreSight debug and trace tool for users of complex and multi-core processors The simpler implementation of CoreSight that may be used with MCUs based on an ARM Cortex-M core The potential to perform software optimization in CoreSight […]

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CUI Inc – AMT Series: Designing Intelligence into Commutation Encoders

Encoder users have traditionally been reluctant to change – and with good reason. A motor on the factory floor or in an industrial installation is not the place for innovations which lack a solid track record. This explains why tried-and-tested optical and magnetic encoder technologies remain in widespread use today. A more recent invention, however, […]