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Analog & Power. (7/2) This newsletter content zeros in on the latest developments in analog and power technologies including DC-DC converters, AC-DC converters, power supplies, op amps, batteries and more.

Microcontroller Watch (7/9) This newsletter keeps you up-to-date on latest microcontroller news. In this section, we examine the microcontrollers along with their associated tools and support products.

IoT Technology Focus. (7/16) Covers what’s happening with Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology–-from devices to gateway networks to cloud architectures. This newsletter tackles news and trends about the products and technologies needed to build IoT implementations and devices.

Tuesday’s Newsletter: IoT Tech Focus

Coming to your inbox tomorrow: Circuit Cellar’s IoT Technology Focus newsletter. Tomorrow’s newsletter covers what’s happening with Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology–-from devices to gateway networks to cloud architectures. This newsletter tackles news and trends about the products and technologies needed to build IoT implementations and devices.

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Embedded Boards.(6/25) The focus here is on both standard and non-standard embedded computer boards that ease prototyping efforts and let you smoothly scale up to production volumes.

Analog & Power. (7/2) This newsletter content zeros in on the latest developments in analog and power technologies including DC-DC converters, AD-DC converters, power supplies, op amps, batteries and more.

Microcontroller Watch (7/9) This newsletter keeps you up-to-date on latest microcontroller news. In this section, we examine the microcontrollers along with their associated tools and support products.

Tuesday’s Newsletter: Microcontroller Watch

Coming to your inbox tomorrow: Circuit Cellar’s Microcontroller Watch newsletter. Tomorrow’s newsletter keeps you up-to-date on latest microcontroller news. In this section, we examine the microcontrollers along with their associated tools and support products.

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IoT Technology Focus. (6/18) Covers what’s happening with Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology–-from devices to gateway networks to cloud architectures. This newsletter tackles news and trends about the products and technologies needed to build IoT implementations and devices.

Embedded Boards.(6/25) The focus here is on both standard and non-standard embedded computer boards that ease prototyping efforts and let you smoothly scale up to production volumes.

Analog & Power. (7/2) This newsletter content zeros in on the latest developments in analog and power technologies including DC-DC converters, AC-DC converters, power supplies, op amps, batteries and more.

2 W DC-DC Converters Offer Compact Open-Frame SMD Package

RECOM has announced its R2SX series of compact 2W DC/DC converters suited for bus isolation and a wide range of industrial automation control equipment. Their low profile and compact 15.24 mm x 11.1 mm x 8.0 mm footprint saves space in your PCB design. The R2SX is an open-frame 2W SMD isolated DC/DC converter with either 3 kVDC/ 1 minute isolation (/H version) or 1 kVDC/ 1 minute isolation options. The modules are available with 5V or 24V inputs, offer a single unregulated 3.3 V, 5 V, 15 V, or 2 4 V output and can reach up to 86% efficiency. There is no minimum load requirement and the efficiency stays high over a wide 20% to 100% load range.

The operating temperature is from -40°C up to +75°C at full load, and up to +100°C with derating. The converters are fully certified to IEC/EN/UL62368-1 and are 10/10 RoHS-conform. A simple low cost LC filter is all that is needed for Class B EMC compliance. The R2SX comes with a 3-year warranty. Samples and OEM pricing are available from all authorized distributors or directly from RECOM.

RECOM | www.recom-power.com

Tuesday’s Newsletter: Analog & Power

Coming to your inbox on Tuesday: Circuit Cellar’s Analog & Power newsletter. This newsletter content zeros in on the latest developments in analog and power technologies including ADCs, DACs, DC-DC converters, AC-DC converters, power supplies, op amps, batteries and more.

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Microcontroller Watch. (6/11) This newsletter keeps you up-to-date on latest microcontroller news. In this section, we examine the microcontrollers along with their associated tools and support products.

IoT Technology Focus. (6/18) Covers what’s happening with Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology–-from devices to gateway networks to cloud architectures. This newsletter tackles news and trends about the products and technologies needed to build IoT implementations and devices.

Embedded Boards.(6/25) The focus here is on both standard and non-standard embedded computer boards that ease prototyping efforts and let you smoothly scale up to production volumes.

Space Qualified DC-DC Converters Leverage GaN Technology

VPT has released its SGRB Series of space qualified DC-DC converters. Using advanced GaN technology, the SGRB is capable of very high efficiency, up to 95%, as well as radiation tolerance. A fixed-frequency reduced voltage switching topology results in very low input and output noise, making it suitable for use in telecommunication systems.

VPT’s SGRB DC-DC Converter

Specifically designed for applications facing the harsh radiation environments of space, the SGRB Series has been characterized to Total Ionizing Dose (TID) of 100 krad(Si), including Enhanced Low Dose Rate Sensitivity (ELDRS), and Single Event Effects (SEE) performance to 85 MeV/mg/cm2. The SGRB Series features an integrated EMI filter, 100 V input and 28 V, 400 W output, and is rated for full power operation from -35°C to 85°C. VPT is reviewing specific customer requests for custom orders of the SGRB Series.

VPT | www.vptpower.com

 

 

30 W DC-DC Converters Blend High Power Density, Compact Size

MINMAX Technology has announced the MINMAX MJWI30 series range of 30 W isolated DC-DC power modules with ultra-wide input ranges in the compact 1” x 1” package measuring only 1.0” × 1.0” × 0.4”. The devices offer a very high-power density up to 75 W/in3. This level of integration offers system designers the opportunity to reduce overall PCB layout area or add more features into existing PCB profiles. The MJWI30 family of DC-DC converters consists of 14 models offering 9-36 or 18-75 VDC input ranges with single output models ranging 3.3–24 VDC and dual output models ±12 V or ±15 V delivering 30 W of output power.

All models feature: I/O Isolation of 1, 500 VDC, key performance featuring high efficiency up to 90%, operating ambient temperature range of -40°C to +80°C , faster start-up; fully regulated outputs with high precision, no minimum load requirement, very low no-load power consumption, shielded metal package and under-voltage/overload/short-circuit protection.

MJWI30 Series need few peripheral components to meet EN55032 Class A & Class B. EMS EN61000-4-2/3/4/5/6/8 approved with criteria A, and EN61000-4-4/5 need few peripheral components. (UL/cUL/IEC/EN 62368-1 Safety Approval & CE Marking is undergoing.)

Features:

  • Ultra-compact 1″×1″ Package
  • Ultra-wide 4:1 Input Voltage Range
  • Fully Regulated Output Voltage
  • Excellent Efficiency up to 90%
  • I/O Isolation 1500 VDC
  • Operating Ambient Temp. Range -40℃ to +80℃
  • No Min. Load Requirement
  • Very low no load power consumption
  • Under-voltage, Overload/Voltage and Short Circuit Protection
  • Remote On/Off Control, Output Voltage Trim
  • Shielded Metal Case with Insulated Baseplate
  • UL/cUL/IEC/EN 62368-1 Safety Approval & CE Marking

MINMAX Technology | www.minmaxpower.com

Isolated DC-DC Converters Meet PoE Requirements

Murata Manufacturing has expanded its lineup of isolated DC-DC converters for Power over Ethernet (PoE). The additions to the lineup consist of the following two isolation type DC-DC converter products intended for Powered Devices (PD) and also the following isolation type DC-DC converter product intended for Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE). The MYBSP0055AABFT is 5 V output /5.1 A product for PDs. The MYBSP0122BABFT is a 12 V output /2.1 A product also for PDs. And the MYBSS054R6EBF is a 54 V output/0.6 A device for PSEs.

These products are suitable for biometric authentication devices which are required mainly to occupy minimal space and possess low noise characteristics, an IoT Gateway which is necessary for edge computing, and camera modules. They also contribute to miniaturization of conventional wireless access points, IP telephones, and routers. These products are already being mass produced, and Murata can provide samples upon request.

MYBSP0055AABFT, MYBSP0122BABFT Features:

  • Complies with IEEE 802.3at Class 4
  • Compact, low-profile SMD type: 35.5 x 22.4 x 10.55 mm
  • Operating temperature range: -40 to +85°C
  • Low noise
  • Input/output isolation withstand voltage: 2250 Vdc
  • Adapter-ORing function
  • Type 2 PSE indicator function

MYBSS054R6EBF Features:

  • 30W Boost-up isolation type converter
  • Compact, low-profile SMD type: 35.5 x 22.4 x 8.9 mm
  • Operating temperature range: -40 to +85°C
  • Input/output isolation withstand voltage: 2250 Vdc
  • Supports 12 V and 24 V outputs, and also ACDC adapter inputs

Murata | www.murata.com

 

Tuesday’s Newsletter: IoT Tech Focus

Coming to your inbox tomorrow: Circuit Cellar’s IoT Technology Focus newsletter. Tomorrow’s newsletter covers what’s happening with Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology–-from devices to gateway networks to cloud architectures. This newsletter tackles news and trends about the products and technologies needed to build IoT implementations and devices.

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Embedded Boards.(5/28) The focus here is on both standard and non-standard embedded computer boards that ease prototyping efforts and let you smoothly scale up to production volumes.

Analog & Power. (6/4) This newsletter content zeros in on the latest developments in analog and power technologies including DC-DC converters, AD-DC converters, power supplies, op amps, batteries and more.

Microcontroller Watch (6/11) This newsletter keeps you up-to-date on latest microcontroller news. In this section, we examine the microcontrollers along with their associated tools and support products.

Tuesday’s Newsletter: Microcontroller Watch

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IoT Technology Focus. (5/21) Covers what’s happening with Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology–-from devices to gateway networks to cloud architectures. This newsletter tackles news and trends about the products and technologies needed to build IoT implementations and devices.

Embedded Boards.(5/28) The focus here is on both standard and non-standard embedded computer boards that ease prototyping efforts and let you smoothly scale up to production volumes.

Analog & Power. (6/4) This newsletter content zeros in on the latest developments in analog and power technologies including DC-DC converters, AD-DC converters, power supplies, op amps, batteries and more.

Tuesday’s Newsletter: Analog & Power

Coming to your inbox on Tuesday: Circuit Cellar’s Analog & Power newsletter. This newsletter content zeros in on the latest developments in analog and power technologies including ADCs, DACs, DC-DC converters, AD-DC converters, power supplies, op amps, batteries and more.

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Microcontroller Watch. (5/14) This newsletter keeps you up-to-date on latest microcontroller news. In this section, we examine the microcontrollers along with their associated tools and support products.

IoT Technology Focus. (5/21) Covers what’s happening with Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology–-from devices to gateway networks to cloud architectures. This newsletter tackles news and trends about the products and technologies needed to build IoT implementations and devices.

Embedded Boards.(5/28) The focus here is on both standard and non-standard embedded computer boards that ease prototyping efforts and let you smoothly scale up to production volumes.

Next Newsletter: Automotive Electronics

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Automotive Electronics. Automotive dashboard are evolving into so-called infotainment systems at the same time more of the car is being controlled by embedded  computing. That’s driving a need for powerful MCU-based solutions that support these trends. This newsletter looks at the latest technology trends and product developments in automotive electronics.

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Analog & Power. (5/7) This newsletter content zeros in on the latest developments in analog and power technologies including DC-DC converters, AD-DC converters, power supplies, op amps, batteries and more.

Microcontroller Watch (5/14) This newsletter keeps you up-to-date on latest microcontroller news. In this section, we examine the microcontrollers along with their associated tools and support products.

IoT Technology Focus. (5/21) Covers what’s happening with Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology–-from devices to gateway networks to cloud architectures. This newsletter tackles news and trends about the products and technologies needed to build IoT implementations and devices.

Embedded Boards.(5/28) The focus here is on both standard and non-standard embedded computer boards that ease prototyping efforts and let you smoothly scale up to production volumes.

Next Newsletter: Embedded Boards

Coming to your inbox tomorrow: Circuit Cellar’s Embedded Boards newsletter. Tomorrow’s newsletter content focuses on both standard and non-standard embedded computer boards that ease prototyping efforts and let you smoothly scale up to production volumes.

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April has a 5th Tuesday, so we’re bringing you a bonus newsletter:
Automotive Electronics (4/30)  Automotive dashboard are evolving into so-called infotainment systems at the same time more of the car is being controlled by embedded  computing. That’s driving a need for powerful MCU-based solutions that support these trends. This newsletter looks at the latest technology trends and product developments in automotive electronics.

Analog & Power. (5/7) This newsletter content zeros in on the latest developments in analog and power technologies including DC-DC converters, AD-DC converters, power supplies, op amps, batteries and more.

Microcontroller Watch (5/14) This newsletter keeps you up-to-date on latest microcontroller news. In this section, we examine the microcontrollers along with their associated tools and support products.

IoT Technology Focus. (5/21) Covers what’s happening with Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology–-from devices to gateway networks to cloud architectures. This newsletter tackles news and trends about the products and technologies needed to build IoT implementations and devices.

Low Power SMD Converters Target Critical Medical Designs

RECOM has introduced SMD versions for its recently released 3.5 W, 5 W and 6 W medical-grade DC/DC modules. All key features required for critical medical applications are now available for SMD designs. The REM3.5E, REM5E and REM6E series of medical-grade regulated DC/DC converters now come with either pins or SMD. They feature reinforced 250 VAC continuous working isolation with >8mm creepage/clearance providing 2xMOPP and qualify for medical B, BF and CF applications due to their very low 1 μA leakage current. The reinforced insulation of up to 10 kVDC is sufficient for virtually every medical application.

These compact SMD packages have tightly regulated single or dual outputs with UVLO, SCP, OCP and OVP. The modules operate at above 80% efficiency in a wide temperature range from -40°C up to +85°C without derating. They are UL marked and certified to CB, IEC, EN and ANSI/AAMI 60601 3rd ed. Safety and 4th ed. EMC medical standards.

Samples and OEM pricing are available from all authorized distributors or directly from RECOM.

RECOM | www.recom-power.com

 

Tuesday’s Newsletter: IoT Tech Focus

Coming to your inbox tomorrow: Circuit Cellar’s IoT Technology Focus newsletter. Tomorrow’s newsletter covers what’s happening with Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology–-from devices to gateway networks to cloud architectures. This newsletter tackles news and trends about the products and technologies needed to build IoT implementations and devices.

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Embedded Boards.(4/23) The focus here is on both standard and non-standard embedded computer boards that ease prototyping efforts and let you smoothly scale up to production volumes.

April has a 5th Tuesday, so we’re bringing you a bonus newsletter:
Automotive Electronics (4/30)  Automotive dashboard are evolving into so-called infotainment systems at the same time more of the car is being controlled by embedded  computing. That’s driving a need for powerful MCU-based solutions that support these trends. This newsletter looks at the latest technology trends and product developments in automotive electronics.

Analog & Power. (5/7) This newsletter content zeros in on the latest developments in analog and power technologies including DC-DC converters, AD-DC converters, power supplies, op amps, batteries and more.

Microcontroller Watch (5/14) This newsletter keeps you up-to-date on latest microcontroller news. In this section, we examine the microcontrollers along with their associated tools and support products.