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Security and safety for the car

Created by David Werthwein, Product Sales Manager Microcontroller, Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH |   Knowledge

With autonomous cars, car-to-car and car-to-X communication, the self-contained units which are cars are becoming a component part of the IoT (Internet of Things). The terms safety and security must therefore take on a far broader meaning. We offer safety and security solutions.

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Small, efficient, flexible: meet the new Body Control Module by Infineon

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The Body-Control-Module is getting more and more complex. From pure turning on and off the loads to master the unit for multiple functions like exterior and interior lighting, comfort feature like seat heating. To enable such high integration on one ECU also the power switches must become smaller - and smarter! A scalable portfolio of protected switches on one hand and a portfolio handling simple parallel...

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Gas sensors for measuring VOC and fine dust

Created by Maria Alejandra Salazar Martinez, Product Sales Manager - Analog & Sensors, Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH |   Knowledge

Today, people spend around 90% of their time indoors, be it at home or in an office, restaurant, cinema or gym. The quality of this indoor air can be impaired significantly by harmful gases and fine dust. Maria Alejandra Salazar Martinez, Product Sales Manager Analog & Sensors at Rutronik, explains how gas sensors in smart home devices can help improve air quality.

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What is the difference between 2D NAND, 3D NAND and 3D XPoint flash memory?

Created by Patrick Twele, Product Sales Manager Storage, Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH |   Knowledge

Flash memory has supplanted other memory technologies in almost all market segments. Its success can be attributed to cost reduction through structure minimization, more information saved per cell thanks to various voltage levels (MLC and TLC flash memory), and new software features.

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The MLX90371 series: Most accurate stray field immune 3D hall position sensors

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Building upon the long legacy of Triaxis® sensors, the MLX90371 brings substantial improvements over the previous generation. The new stray field immune mode drastically reduces or even eliminates the effect of stray fields from other magnets or current carrying conductors found in electrified vehicles and supports both on-axis rotary or linear motion with a four-pole or two-pole magnet, respectively.

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