DIN-rail power supplies

Low heat dissipation enables a reliable full load operation in an environment temperature range of -25 to +60°C

Switching regulator supplies microprocessors from a 4-20mA loop

R420-1.8/PL switching regulators use a novel topology to lower the idle current to around 100μA

The tendering process in the UK’s Ministry of Defence

The Ministry of Defence is the single largest customer of UK industry? Each year, it spends approximately £19 billion to procure the highest quality equipment and vehicles. David Reeves explains the tendering process

Electromagnetic compatibility problems could lead to lost business

Keith Armstrong looks at a case where not considering radio frequency interference earlier in the design process had a significant detrimental impact on a business

Microcontroller extends battery life in portable applications

Low-power family enables cost-effective, space-constrained designs; up to 256 KB Flash, 16 KB RAM, with 28-, 44- or 48-pin package options down to 4 x 4mm

DC-DC converter

Provide power system performance and connectivity from a variety of unregulated power sources to the point-of-load

Medical wall mount power supplies

An operating temperature range from 0 to +60˚C, and a full power rating to +40˚C allow the power supplies to operate in most environments

Faster plug-free charging with thin design wireless power solution

Molex PowerLife wireless power coils feature NuCurrent technology

15W 1x1 inch DC-DC converters have six-sided shielding

Applications include communications, industrial control, test and measurement, broadcast and portable battery powered equipment

93% efficient 480W DIN rail power supply has a high power density

The DRB480 is suited for enclosures and cabinets where space is at a premium

Compact 650VDC cartridge fuse

Provides enhanced over-current protection for high-voltage applications

Constant current DC-DC LED driver

With low standby power mode from Diodes Incorporated provides up to 40W output

Are we on the verge of a worldwide battery crisis?

Neil Oliver asks the question, who owns and controls the worldwide battery market and where is it heading?

One manufacturer’s junk is another’s gold

Martin Nicholls offers advice to manufacturers and plant managers who need to replace old or obsolete electrical resistors

Being smart about smart meters

Steve Hughes looks at why smart meters are a smart investment for businesses and how they help to overcome power quality challenges



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