current sensor

Current Sensor Chips Offer 2.5 µs Response Time For Automotive/Industrial Apps

Allegro has unveiled a new family of current sensor chips to provide economical and precise solutions for AC or DC current sensing. A 200...

Chipset Solves Problems Of Noisy Phone Calls In Cars

Echoes and other background sounds such as road noise from fans,  windows, or other passengers talking in cars can make calls unclear. In order to tackle...

New RF & Microwave Power Amplifier Accessories Unveiled!

New series of RF and microwave power amplifier accessories are launched by Fairview Microwave. These include heat sinks, heat sinks with cooling fans and...

Miniature Power Inductors For ADAS

TDK Corporation unveils miniature multilayer inductor series for automotive power circuits. These inductors claim excellent electrical performance and broad operating temperature range of -40...

28nm Flash MCU For Future Autonomous & Green Cars

To fulfill the high-performance and demanding safety requirements of future autonomous-driving and green cars, Renesas has unveiled a 28nm flash memory MCU series that...
mosfet

Small MOSFET Drives Automotive Headlight LED

Toshiba presents a small MOSFET with high ESD protection optimized for use in automotive applications such as a driver IC for headlight LEDs, which...

High-Speed Photocouplers Slash Space

To support the replacement of SDIP6(F type) package products, Toshiba has expanded its line-up of SO6L IC-output photocouplers with a new wide leadform package type...

Kit Supports Next-Gen VR Experiences!

Designed to support the next generation of mobile virtual reality applications, Qualcomm has launched a new virtual reality development kit (VRDK) powered by its...

Automotive Magnetic Position Sensor Chip Is ASIL-ready

To provide robust absolute position sensing for automotive applications including powertrain actuators, pedals, and gear shifters, Melexis has rolled out a magnetic position sensor...
rtc module

RTC Meets The Vision Of Green IoT

Geared for IoT applications, EM Microelectronic's extreme low-power real-time clock (RTC) module, EM3028, claims 40nA current consumption. It also features 1 ppm accuracy and...

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