Image Sensor gets automotive-qualified for dash-cams

The sensor is targeting not so much the high-profile ADAS application segment but the market for das cams. The reason: Since insurance companies increasingly tend to offer financial incentives, the consumer demand for safety cameras is increasing. Recognizing this, car manufacturers are now beginning to offer dash cams as standard equipment.


Custom SoC

Creating a custom chip doesn't have to be as expensive and complicated as you may think. This guide tells you all you need to know to get started.


Waterproof LCD monitor is sunlight readable

The SRMW-24 Series monitors feature 1920x1080 full HD resolution, and 1000 nits of brightness, producing amazingly bright, crystal-clear images, even with direct, bright sunlight on the face of the screen. The NEMA 4X fully waterproof stainless steel enclosure ensures that the monitor will withstand rain, snow, sleet, seawater, etc.


Low-to-High Power MOSFETs

Vishay Power MOSFETs are ideal for a wide variety of applications and environments including automotive, industrial and lighting solutions.


CUI Inc Medical Power Supplies and Adapters

Offer an IEC 60601-1 4th edition compliant, global power solution for medical, dental, and home healthcare equipment where space is limited.

Power supplies for railway applications: On the rails to 2020

As we approach the next edition of Innotrans, it is both relevant and interesting to take a minute to consider the many challenges that power supply manufacturers are facing in their quest to make railways safer, coupled with the highest service levels for passengers.


From conservative to progressive

56Gb/s PAM-4 VCSEL driver supports 400Gbps QSFP-DD and OSFP applications

MACOM’s chipset solution operates at up to 56 Gb/s PAM-4 (28GBbaud PAM-4) data rate per channel, enabling short reach (up to 100m) optical modules for 200G QSFP and 400G QSFP-DD and OSFP applications. By utilizing fully analog circuitry as opposed to digital signal processing, MACOM’s solution delivers best in class low latency, especially critical for high performance computing applications.