White Papers : Electronics & Computers
Alternative Solutions for Powering IoT Devices

In this article from the latest edition of the Newark element14 Tech Journal, we look at why edge devices need power, and the options for reducing this need to a level where energy harvesting becomes sustainable. We examine some examples of the most popular energy harvesting technologies available,...

White Papers : Energy
Applications and the Evolution of EMP/HEMP Filter Technologies Designed to Mitigate Naturally Occurring EMI and Intentional EMI Threats

A new age of electronic warfare and terrorism has already begun, as some of the most vulnerable targets of a rival nation or organization are their energy infrastructure, communications, and networking systems....

White Papers : Photonics/Optics
Selecting the Right Standard High-Voltage Power Supply

High-voltage power supplies drive a broad range of applications across diverse segments, including semiconductor, scientific, medical, industrial, and more. Designed to deliver stable supply voltages at 50 V and up, the power supplies, comprised of sophisticated components and specialized...

White Papers : Energy
Survival of the Fittest - the Process Control Imperative

In tough times, manufacturers focus on reducing their operating costs, but may not be able to afford to spend their way out by buying more productive machinery. With that pathway closed, what are the opportunities for radically reducing costs without replacing existing machines? This paper...

Briefs : Medical
PTC Heater Brings Greater Control for Hand-held Medical Devices and Disposables

Point of Care diagnostics devices, whether handheld or single-use, often require a brief application of tightly controlled heat. The disposable nature of these devices requires a low-cost component capable of delivering that heat reliably and safely. Heatron's new...

White Papers : Energy
Riding the Energy Sector Rollercoaster

Managing any business directly or indirectly affiliated with the oil and gas sector today is a challenge. You can compare the last five years in the energy industry to riding a speeding rollercoaster. One second the industry is climbing, and the next, it is plummeting. So perhaps you should ask yourself,...

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