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Infineon’s 48V solutions for mild-hybrid electric vehicles

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In the last years it became clear, that the one way development of new and better combustion engine based powertrain solutions in the automotive industry is changed, mainly by economic, environmental and social reasons. The regulations to reduce CO2 emissions forced the OEMs to search for alternative techniques either to reduce the fuel consumption or even to replace the combustion engine by an electrical...

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At Rutronik: Recom 2W DC/DC converter for medical applications

Created by Axel Stangl |   Knowledge

The new Recom REM2 series includes modular 2W DC/DC converters with complete medical certification. Thanks to a/their compact SIP8 package (23.0x8.0x12.2mm) and many variants, they offer developers much freedom in designing their PCB layout. The REM2 series is available at www.Rutronik24.com with many input voltage ranges, all common output voltages as well as single or dual outputs.

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Redpine Signals‘ Multiprotocol Wireless SoCs and Modules at Rutronik

Created by René Hermanns |   Knowledge

The ultra-low power multi-protocol wireless SoCs and modules of Redpine Signals’ RS9116 family are available at www.Rutronik24.com in hosted (nLinkTM) or embedded (WiSeConnectTM) software architecture with multiple host interfaces (SDIO, USB, SPI, UART). As a result they provide great design flexibility for battery operated IoT devices.

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Rutronik offers a system memory solution for the new STM32MP1 MPU Series

Created by Adrian Elms |   Knowledge

Rutronik, a global distributor of electronic components is pleased to announce the availability of a system memory solution for the recently introduced STM32MP1 multicore

microprocessor series. This offers compute and graphics support combined with power-efficient real-time control and will facilitate development of high-performance solutions for Industrial, Consumer, Smart Home, Health and Wellness...

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Battery formation: your critical bottleneck? Infineon landing page

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The world witnesses a rapid rise in the number of battery powered devices - among them more and more electric vehicles (EVs). Consequently, battery manufacturers see themselves confronted with a steady growing demand and hence with the challenge to increase efficiency throughout their factories. Also in battery formation - the known bottleneck given the big investment and the extremely time consuming...

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