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Heilind Electronics Adds Omron’s D6t Thermal Sensor to Sensor Portfolio

Heilind Electronics Adds Omron’s D6t Thermal Sensor to Sensor Portfolio

Heilind Electronics, a leading global distributor of electronic components and authorized distributor for Omron, has expanded its sensor offering with the Omron D6T MEMS thermal sensor. The sensor is designed for non-contact temperature measurement and human detection. Designed for target areas between minus 40 degrees and plus 200 degrees Celsius, the miniature D6T thermal sensor uses Omron’s […]

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Microchip Introduces No-cost, License- and Royalty-free Ensemble Graphics Toolkit

Microchip Introduces No-cost, License- and Royalty-free Ensemble Graphics Toolkit

Graphical user interfaces (GUIs) and interactive touchscreen displays provide intuitive user experiences in applications from robotic and machine controls to medical user interfaces, automotive instrumentation and home and building automation systems. A well-designed GUI enables users to process information more quickly and interact more effectively with a product. Microchip Technology Inc. announced a new GUI

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Max32670 – High Reliability, Ultra-low Power Microcontroller Powered by Arm Cortex M4 Processor

Max32670 – High Reliability, Ultra-low Power Microcontroller Powered by Arm Cortex M4 Processor

In the Darwin family, the MAX32670 is an ultra-low power, cost-effective, high reliability 32-bit microcontroller enabling designs with complex sensor processing without compromising battery life. It combines a flexible and versatile power management unit with the powerful Arm® Cortex®-M4 processor with floating point unit (FPU). The MAX32670 also offers legacy designs an easy and cost optimal

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Small High-capacitance Three-terminal Mlccs Target Automotive Uses

Small High-capacitance Three-terminal Mlccs Target Automotive Uses

Murata Electronics today announced the availability of two new multilayer ceramic capacitors (MLCCs) for automotive safety-critical applications. The 0402-inch size (1.0×0.5mm) NFM15HC105D0G3D is the world’s smallest three-terminal low parasitic inductance (ESL) MLCC. The NFM18HC106D0G3L is also a three-terminal low-ESL MLCC but delivers the world’s highest capacitance of 10µF in a 0603 (1.6×0.8mm) package. The NFM15HC105D0G3D is approximately 60 percent smaller

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Arrow Electronics Launches Multi-purpose Iot Edge Node and Gateway

Arrow Electronics Launches Multi-purpose Iot Edge Node and Gateway

Arrow Electronics, Inc. and Shiratech have announced the launch of IoT Box, a multi-purpose IoT edge node and gateway solution that enables sensors and actuators to be connected directly to the cloud. IoT Box was developed by Arrow and Shiratech in conjunction with STMicroelectronics (ST). Potential uses for the product include air quality monitoring, safe

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MYD-YA157C development board

Myir Launches Stm32p1 Based Myc-ya157c Cpu Module

MYIR, the Shenzhen based electronics manufacturers recently announced the launch of a new product called the MYC-YA157C, which is a CPU Module based on the STM32MP1 dual-core microprocessor that features the Arm Cortex-A7 running at 650MHz alongside a Cortex-M4 core operating at 209MHz. Measuring 45mm x 43mm, the MYC-YA157C CPU Module is a compact System-on-Module (SoM) that combines the STM32MP157 processor

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Myir Introduces $29 Arm Som Powered by St Stm32mp1 myd

Myir Introduces $29 Arm Som Powered by St Stm32mp1

MYIR introduces a cost-effective MYC-YA157C CPU Module powered by ST’s STM32MP1 microprocessor which features dual-core Arm Cortex-A7 operating at up to 650MHz and an embedded Cortex-M4 core operating at up to 209MHz. The module is ready to run Linux OS and targets a wide variety of applications like industrial control, consumer electronics, smart home, medical and more other energy-efficient applications which require

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Mit Engineers Build Advanced Microprocessor Out of Carbon Nanotubes

Mit Engineers Build Advanced Microprocessor Out of Carbon Nanotubes

New approach harnesses the same fabrication processes used for silicon chips, offers key advance toward next-generation computers. by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office After years of tackling numerous design and manufacturing challenges, MIT researchers have built a modern microprocessor from carbon nanotube transistors, which are widely seen as a faster, greener alternative to their traditional silicon counterparts.

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A Carbon Nanotube Microprocessor Mature Enough to Say Hello

A Carbon Nanotube Microprocessor Mature Enough to Say Hello

Did you know that researchers are looking for an alternative to silicon? Did you know in principle that Carbon Nanotubes processor could run three times faster while consuming about one-third of the energy of their silicon predecessor? The Engineers at MIT and Analog Devices have created the first fully programmable 16-bit Carbon Nanotube microprocessor. Since Silicon Transistor

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Ajit – First-ever “made in India” Microprocessor Designed by Iit Bombay

AJIT – FIRST-EVER “MADE IN INDIA” MICROPROCESSOR DESIGNED BY IIT BOMBAY

In this modern era, the electronics industry is incomplete without microprocessors. From daily household appliances to space exploration – microprocessors are accompanying us everywhere and making lives way easier. But, independently designing and manufacturing a processor is an extremely complicated task and done by only a few countries like the US, Italy, France, Japan, Taiwan,

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