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Protect power-LED strings from overcurrent
Protect power-LED strings from overcurrent
12.12.2018 · Circuits
A common method for driving multiple power LEDs is through two parallel strings. This inexpensive and less critical driver circuit can provide a lower voltage...
Energy-Saving Low-Noise LDO Regulator from STMicroelectronics Powers Automotive Modules and Smart Automation
Energy-Saving Low-Noise LDO Regulator from STMicroelectronics Powers Automotive Modules and Smart Automation
12.12.2018 · News
The STMicroelectronics LDO40L 400 mA low-dropout linear regulator delivers quiet and efficient power for always-on automotive modules and noise-sensitive loads...
New Vishay Intertechnology 1 MBd High Speed Optocouplers Feature Schmitt-Trigger Functionality
New Vishay Intertechnology 1 MBd High Speed Optocouplers Feature Schmitt-Trigger Functionality
12.11.2018 · News
Vishay Intertechnology introduced a new series of 1 MBd high speed optocouplers featuring an open collector transistor output with Schmitt-Trigger functionality for easy integration into digital systems...
Osram presents long-life LED for general lighting
Osram presents long-life LED for general lighting
12.10.2018 · News
The market for LED lighting is moving forward very fast and the demand for professional components with long lifetimes and extraordinary robustness is growing. In announcing the new professional Osconiq S3030, Osram Opto Semiconductors is successfully facing up to these challenges...
Use Extra LED Driver Channel To Provide Constant-Voltage Source
Use "Extra" LED Driver Channel To Provide Constant-Voltage Source
12.09.2018 · Circuits
LED applications are booming: backlighting for LCD TVs, projectors, and computer displays, camera flashes, and vehicle brake lights and taillights are just a few. All require constant-current LED drivers that offer a high dimming ratio, high efficiency, precise adjustable current, and low cost. To save space, some LED drivers can handle multiple strings of LEDs...
Custom MMIC launches 16-24GHz driver amplifier with high gain and high linearity
Custom MMIC launches 16-24GHz driver amplifier with high gain and high linearity
12.09.2018 · News
Monolithic microwave integrated circuit developer Custom MMIC of Westford, MA, USA has launched the CMD291 wideband driver amplifier MMIC. The CMD291 is a wideband gallium arsenide MMIC driver amplifier die that operates between 16 GHz and 24 GHz...
STMicroelectronics' Compact STM8L001 Microcontroller Covers Essentials for Smart Devices, as it Cuts Power, Cost, and Footprint
STMicroelectronics' Compact STM8L001 Microcontroller Covers Essentials for Smart Devices, as it Cuts Power, Cost, and Footprint
12.06.2018 · News · Microcontrollers
The STM8L001 ultra-low-power microcontroller from STMicroelectronics targets cost-conscious applications, by combining ST’s highly efficient 8-bit core with essential and effective peripherals, in the compact, low-pin-count SO-8 outline...
Create a DAC from a microcontroller's ADC
Create a DAC from a microcontroller's ADC
12.05.2018 · Articles · Microcontrollers
Few microcontrollers include a DAC. Although you can easily find an inexpensive DAC to control from your microcontroller, you can use unused peripherals instead of adding parts...
Renesas 100V Half-Bridge Drivers Safely Drive MOSFETs for Bidirectional Controller in 12V-48V Automotive Hybrid Powertrains
Renesas 100V Half-Bridge Drivers Safely Drive MOSFETs for Bidirectional Controller in 12V-48V Automotive Hybrid Powertrains
12.05.2018 · News
Renesas Electronics announced a new family of automotive-grade 100 V, 4 A half-bridge N-channel MOSFET drivers. The ISL784x4 family features three devices...
Power MOSFET is core of regulated-dc electronic load
Power MOSFET is core of regulated-dc electronic load
12.04.2018 · Circuits
Designers use electronic dc loads for testing power supplies and sources, such as solar arrays or batteries, but commercial ones are often expensive. By using a power MOSFET in its linear region, you can build your own...
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