Electronics

TVS Diode Arrays

Littelfuse, Inc., Chicago, IL, introduces the SRDA3.3 Series TVS Diode Array – SPA® Diodes. The SRDA3.3 Series integrates low-capacitance steering diodes with an additional zener diode to protect data lines against electrostatic discharge and high surge events. The devices provide 40 percent greater protection without performance degradation over other available solutions. Their superior surge, power dissipation, and ESD performance provide greater overhead against electrical threats as defined by industry standards.

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Compact One Watt DC-DC Converter

Murata Power Solutions, Inc., Mansfield, MA, announced its MEJ1 series of isolated 1 Watt DC-DC converters. Encapsulated in a 7- pin SIP package, the series offers basic and supplementary isolation to the internationally recognized UL60950 standard and complies with the 3rd edition of medical safety standard UL60601-1. It comprises 38 models with both single and dual output versions available. The series is designed for low power applications that require a high degree of isolation such as an agency-approved safety barrier for medical equipment.

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IPDia Products Available Worldwide

Digi-Key Corporation, Thief River Falls, MN, announced its agreement to distribute IPDiA products worldwide. IPDiA provides innovative 3D silicon sub-mounts, 3D silicon RF, and 3D silicon capacitor products. Its unique technology offers a highly efficient way of integrating tens or even hundreds of passive components. Features of these devices include low profile, high stability, derating resistance, low failure rate, and high temperature operating range. Applications for these innovative devices include medical and aerospace.

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First 20nm All Programmable Device

Xilinx, Inc., San Jose, CA, Xilinx has now taped out the semiconductor industry’s first 20nm device, and the PLD industry’s first 20nm All Programmable device. Xilinx has also implemented the industry’s first ASICclass programmable architecture called UltraScale™. These milestones expand on Xilinx’s industry first 28nm tape-out, All Programmable SoCs, All Programmable 3D ICs, and SoC-strength design suite.

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Thermocouple to Digital Converters

Mouser Electronics, Inc., Mansfield, TX, is now stocking highly accurate 1-wire Thermocouple to Digital Converters from Maxim Integrated. MAX31850 and MAX31851 ease design effort and lower system cost. The 1-wire interface of these cold junction compensated devices simplifies multi-thermocouple systems with minimal wiring. Each device has a unique 64-bit serial code stored in an on-board ROM. They also feature four pin-programmable bits to uniquely identify up to 16 sensor locations on a bus.

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Compact Vision Products for Embedded OEM Applications

Cognex Corporation, Natick, MA, has released a new vision system and image engine for OEM devices. The Advantage 100 vision system is a compact (23mm x 44mm x 54mm), enclosed vision system with customizable optics, lighting, and Ethernet communications. The AE2 Advantage vision engine provides a smaller (14.5mm × 29.1mm × 20.5mm) form factor designed for tight integration deep inside the enclosure of OEM devices, such as medical instruments.

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Light Curing Adhesives

DELO Industrial Adhesives LLC, Sudbury, MA, announces that its new light curing DELOKATIOBOND product lineup has been engineered specifically for exceptionally fast seal-bonding functions in the production of microelectronics including micro switches. Each DELO-KATIOBOND is solvent free and requires no mixing.

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