Future Electronics – Analog Corner

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- Drivers – Interface – Power Regulation, Conversion and Management – Sensors

ON Semiconductor — AR0144: 1/4-Inch 1.0 Mp CMOS Digital Image Sensor with Global Shutter

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The AR0144 is a 1/4-inch 1.0 Mp CMOS digital image sensor with an active-pixel array of 1280H x 800V. It incorporates a new innovative global shutter pixel design optimized for accurate and fast capture of moving scenes. The sensor produces clear, low noise images in both low-light and bright scenes. It includes sophisticated camera functions […]

ON Semiconductor — Changing the Listening Experience: Ultra-Low-Power Meets a One-Stop Chip

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In the last couple of years there has been a re-evolution of the audible space. Small wearable speakers now sit on the wrist and listening home assistant devices sit on the coffee table. What is changing? Consumers are finding immense value with computers that are able to fit in the ear and play music well. […]

Future Electronics – Analog Corner

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- Analog – Data Converters/CODECS – Analog Signal Chain – Drivers – Interface – Power Regulation, Conversion and Management

ON Semiconductor — NCV898032: Automotive Grade Non-Synchronous Boost Controller

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The NCV898032 is an adjustable output non-synchronous boost controller which drives an external N-channel MOSFET. The device uses peak current mode control with internal slope compensation. The IC incorporates an internal regulator that supplies charge to the gate driver. Protection features include internally-set soft-start, undervoltage lockout, cycle-by-cycle current limiting and thermal shutdown. Additional features include […]

ON Semiconductor — Smart Lighting: Power Efficient Designs for IoT Lighting

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Smart lighting is an emerging IoT technology that allows central and remote management of lighting systems across homes, buildings, and cities. The key advantage of this system is its ability to address individual or groups of light sources to adjust for mood, occupancy, and even energy conservation objectives. A smart lighting system requires that connectivity, […]

ON Semiconductor – When High Performance Demands High Efficiency, Think ON

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HIGHER POWER DENSITY | LOWER POWER LOSSES LOWER POWER COST | IMPROVED SYSTEM RELIABILITY The End Applications: Solar Photo-Voltaic Inverters (PV) Power Factor Correctors (PFC) Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Chargers Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) Telecom Power Supplies Server Power Supplies * The SiC diode family comes in a range of packages: TO-247-3L, TO-247-2L, TO-220-2L, D2PAK, and Die. […]

ON Semiconductor — Superior Performance with ON Semiconductor’s SuperFET® III MOSFET

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SuperFET III MOSFET is ON Semiconductor’s brand-new high voltage super-junction (SJ) MOSFET family that is utilizing charge balance technology for outstanding low on-resistance and lower gate charge performance. This advanced technology is tailored to minimize conduction loss, provide superior switching performance, and withstand extreme dv/dt rate. Consequently, SuperFET III MOSFET is very suitable for the […]

ON Semiconductor – Welcome the RSL10: The Industry’s Lowest Power Bluetooth® Technology

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Wireless connectivity within the IoT space has ushered in a focused concentration on automation and control along with information analytics. Wearable devices emphasize the need for activity tracking and location awareness while medical devices require sensor driven decision analytics. These areas of focus all culminate and necessitate that the wireless connectivity within the end application […]

ON Semiconductor – Down to the Wire: PoE Converter and Controller Solutions

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Quite often we tend to primarily interact with electronic devices in a mobile or stationary state. Security cameras, controlled lighting, intercoms, and badge card entry scanners are all examples of devices that are removed from ample infrastructure but are not mobile. These remote devices need both power and data communication lines. In the last decade, […]