The XDPL8220 from Infineon Technologies is an LED driver with a digital core that enables a variety of systems based on the same device. It offers a modern two-stage architecture, significantly easing the implementation of impending flicker standards. With a standby power of less than 70 mW, it reduces power consumption in the non-active mode while still reacting to external events or user requests. Advanced control algorithms provide the possibility to realise lighting for constant current or constant voltage mode in the same circuit. The power limitation mode keeps the light on while it optimally utilises the capabilities of the components. The driver provides a comprehensive set of parameters for adjusting the operating constraints.
Customisable industrial display 25 March 2020, Vepac Electronics
Topcon Positioning Group announces a pre-series release of its new OPUS B-Series display available for the developer, systems integrator and manufacturer market for user-interface design and implementation ...
Read more...Automotive-grade optocoupler 25 March 2020, Altron Arrow
Vishay introduced a new automotive-grade phototransistor optocoupler that combines a high current transfer ratio (CTR) range from 50% to 600% with a low forward current of 1 mA in the compact SOP-4 mini-flat ...
Read more...Automotive LED drivers and controllers 29 January 2020, Future Electronics
ON Semiconductor has launched a new family of four devices that facilitate the high levels of performance and innovative functionality that vehicle manufacturers and consumers now expect from automotive ...
Read more...Image sensor evaluation kits 25 November 2019, Future Electronics
Ams has released the NanoVision and NanoBerry evaluation kits, which provide a ready-made platform for the development of innovative solutions based on the ams NanEyeC miniature image sensor.
The NanEyeC ...
Read more...VentoFlex modular LED lighting system 23 October 2019, Mimic Components
Visual Communications Company (VCC) launched its VentoFlex flexible modular lighting system. The system is made up of flexible copper clad laminate (FCCL) sheets with 90 CRI Luxeon LEDs. VentoFlex was ...
Read more...Battery design trends for IoT 23 October 2019, Avnet South Africa
, Power Electronics / Power Management
Ultimately, the choice of battery for any application in the Internet of Things will depend on the power profile of the application, in combination with any environmental factors such as temperature.