Small shielded 1:N transformer operates in the -40 to +125°C range

With WE-MTCI, the manufacturer presents its smallest double choke yet (5030 package) with different winding ratios from 1:1.5 to 1:3. The magnetically shielded double choke with 0.8 kV isolation is specified for an operating temperature of -40 to +125°C. WE-MTCI is available in versions for rated currents from 0.45 to 0.95 A. The double choke is the ideal solution for buck/boost converters with regulated or unregulated output voltage.

Microcontroller-based dual USB platform

Precompiled applications for barcode and smartcard readers, as well as POS displays, LTE sticks, and USB to LAN adapters are available for download, including complete projects for Embedded Studio with source code of these applications. The applications are using Segger's emUSB-Host software API, which makes accessing the different types of USB devices easy.

Ceres deepens Chinese solid oxide fuel cell deal

The £9m new Joint Development Agreement (JDA) will boost the development of a first range extender product for electric buses in China using the 30 kW SteelCell SOFC range extender system that uses Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). Systems for 10 buses are set to be developed and trialed in the next two years and successful completion of the trials will lead to the JV formation which is anticipated to be in 2020 for a manufacturing plant in Shangdong. Ceres is building a manufacutring plant in Surrey, UK.

What will drive electromobility in 2019

The company designed electric charging posts for the London Olympics and earlier this year started work on a two-year collaborative project called VIGIL (Vehicle-to-Grid Intelligent Control). It sees a number of key trends in the UK for 2019.

1. Electric vehicle battery sizes are getting smaller

Angular sensor has extreme precision thanks to TMR technology

The CT300 is designed using Crocus’s proprietary Magnetic Logic Unit (MLU) technology and consists of two full-bridge magnetic resistor networks capable of two-dimensional sensing. In the presence of a rotating magnetic field, the CT300 senses the field and produces two sets of differential signals representing the sine (SIN) and cosine (COS) waveforms. Once the differential signals of the CT300 are processed and compensated, the resulting angular error will be at or below 0.5° over a temperature range of -40°C to +150°C.

Sensor system identifies mechanical faults by acoustic measurements

If large machines and systems are already in operation, defects or incorrectly assembled components can lead to machine failure and thus to production stoppages and economic loss. For this reason, quality assurance prior to commissioning or after final assembly of plants and machines is of considerable importance.

Space technology allows precise navigation without GNSS

DLR's IPS technology is based on a multi-sensor approach: Multiple diffgerent measurement techniques are linked in such a way that the errors of the other system can be minimised and measurement errors significantly reduced. This approach enables high accuracy without the need for navigation satellite signals. In addition, the Integrated Positioning System IPS is designed for reliable operation even without an external positioning infrastructure such as WIFI.

Wall mounting kit for tough and ergonomic enclosures

The new suspension element will also suit any small plastic enclosure with a flat base. Each kit comprises two parts: an adapter attached to the enclosure and a holder fitted to the wall. The adapter (and enclosure) can then be clipped to the wall holder. The adapter is attached to the base of the enclosure using four tamperproof Torx stainless steel screws (supplied). Four ø 3.5 mm boreholes are required. The holder is fitted to the wall using four screws.

Evaluating design fairly

If volumes are high enough, custom ICs can come in cheaper than buying a standard off-the-shelf product that requires the introduction of additional circuitry or software to help provide it with the functionality you need.

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