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Halogen Light Bulb Ban – New Push for the Smart Home

created by Bernd Hantsche |   Knowledge

Beginning on September 1, 2018, no new D-class halogen light bulbs may be sold in the EU. Over the next two years, the ban will expand to include halogen lamps in other energy efficiency classes as well.

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Tailor-made displays

created by Vincenzo Santoro, Senior Marketing Manager Displays & Monitors, Rutronik |   Knowledge

Displays are becoming increasingly important as an interface between man and machine. Displays are constantly in use both to display personal performance values, for queries in the consumer, medical and POS sector and as simple status indicators in smart homes and with smart metering or, alternatively, for measurements, control and optimization values in the industrial and automotive sectors.

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Package with two transistors from Diotec

created by Emilia Mance |   Knowledge

The MMBT7002DW contains two independent N-channel MOSFETs with fast switching times in a halogen-free SOT-363 package.

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Alternative for SRAMs: New 8-Mbit-FRAM from Fujitsu

created by Isabell Weinlein |   Knowledge

Fujitsu is launching the 8-Mbit-FRAM with the highest density up to date: the MB85R8M2T (Distribution: Rutronik) memory is an ideal solution to eliminate batteries for SRAM in industrial machinery. It is particularly suitable for applications where high data throughput is required and data integrity is critical.

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Rutronik Offers an Overview For Closing Bluetooth Attack Vectors

created by Sebastian Hör |   Knowledge

In mid-July, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group published instructions for eliminating security vulnerabilities in the “Secure Simple Pairing” and “LE Secure Connections” processes. Rutronik now offers a manufacturer-independent overview at rutronik-tec.com/bluetooth-security-vulnerability-status/, which shows the patch status of the individual chip and module manufacturers. The site is kept up to...

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