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Raspberry Pi GPIO Explained. Part 2
Raspberry Pi GPIO Explained. Part 2
14.09.2017 · Circuits · Microcontrollers
The connections on the Raspberry Pi can be converted into inputs under software control. The example here is about the simplest; a push button switch is wired up to the 40-pin connector...
New 1200 Volt SiC Schottkys Offer High Efficiency and Excellent Performance at High Temperatures
New 1200 Volt SiC Schottkys Offer High Efficiency and Excellent Performance at High Temperatures
14.09.2017 · News
SSDI is proud to release its latest silicon carbide (SiC) Schottky rectifiers, the SSR15C120D1 series. These 15 amp, 500 – 1200 volt devices replace the SSR05C100 series and offer higher output current, reverse voltage, and peak surge current (30 A) ratings than its predecessor...
Toshiba Launches High-Current 4-Channel H-bridge Motor Driver IC
Toshiba Launches High-Current 4-Channel H-bridge Motor Driver IC
14.09.2017 · News
Toshiba Electronics Europe announced the launch of a new 4-channel H-bridge motor driver IC that delivers up to 3.5 A and 40 V. The TB67H452FTG is intended for the significant and rapidly growing consumer market...
Raspberry Pi GPIO Explained. Part 1
Raspberry Pi GPIO Explained. Part 1
14.09.2017 · Circuits · Microcontrollers
The Raspberry Pi is a computer, and from a connections point of view it doesn’t look much different to a normal desktop computer. It has USB ports for connecting a keyboard and mouse, and a video output port for connecting up a display. Because it is more compact and lower cost than a large desktop PC, it becomes possible to use the Raspberry Pi or other small single board computers as they are known, for many scenarios where a desktop or laptop PC would not be feasible...
150V Synchronous Buck-Boost Controller Eliminates Surge Protection Devices & Delivers Up to 99% Efficiency
150V Synchronous Buck-Boost Controller Eliminates Surge Protection Devices & Delivers Up to 99% Efficiency
14.09.2017 · News
Analog Devices announces the LTC3779, a high efficiency (up to 99%) 4-switch single inductor synchronous buck-boost DC/DC controller that operates from input voltages above, below or equal to the regulated output voltage. Its 4.5 V to 150 V input voltage range is designed to operate from a high input voltage source or from an input that has high voltage surges...
Switching regulator forms constant-current source
Switching regulator forms constant-current source
13.09.2017 · Circuits
Many applications require current sources rather than voltage sources. When you need a high-current source, using a linear regulator is inadvisable, because of the high power dissipation in the series resistor. To solve the wasted-power problem, you can use a switch-mode regulator...
SII Semiconductor has launched the production of economical Step-Down converters for portable and mobile devices
SII Semiconductor has launched the production of economical Step-Down converters for portable and mobile devices
13.09.2017 · News
The S-85S0A Series introduces own distinctive low power consumption control and COT (Constant On-Time) control, features ultra low current consumption (260 nA quiescent current) and fast transient response, operates at PFM control...
Toshiba Expands Line-Up of Photorelays in DIP8 packages
Toshiba Expands Line-Up of Photorelays in DIP8 packages
13.09.2017 · News
Toshiba Electronics Europe announced the launch of new two mid-voltage, high-current photorelays, the 100 V TLP3823 with a 3 A drive current, and the 200 V TLP3825 with a 1.5 A drive current...
New 8-bit Microcontroller from STMicroelectronics Delivers Uniquely Flexible Feature Set in Space/Cost-Saving 8-Pin Package
New 8-bit Microcontroller from STMicroelectronics Delivers Uniquely Flexible Feature Set in Space/Cost-Saving 8-Pin Package
12.09.2017 · News · Microcontrollers
STMicroelectronics is extending choice and freedom for budget-conscious designers by introducing its new 8-bit STM8S001 microcontroller in the economical SO-8 package. Unlike most rivals, the STM8S001 has I2C, UART, and SPI interfaces, giving unusually versatile connectivity options...
What's the Difference Between a PLC and PAC?
What's the Difference Between a PLC and PAC?
11.09.2017 · Articles
Programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and programmable automation controllers (PACs) are industrial computers constructed and adapted for manufacturing environments. These computers are the brains of a manufacturing operation, providing highly reliable control of automation equipment. PLCs and PACs are very similar to each other...
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