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Thermal fuse with that certain extra

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In modern highly compacted electronic devices, safety in operation is increasingly threatened by excessively high temperatures. As a rule, thermal fuses are used to counter this risk. But only in combination with a shunt resistor is it possible to provide a fail-proof protection.

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Improved battery performance in electric cars: Pulse transformers from SUMIDA in Rutronik's BMS product portfolio

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Ispringen, month 2020 - Efficient communication between battery cell modules: With the CEEH66, CEEH86, CEH96B and CEP99/99B series, SUMIDA presents a diverse selection of AEC-Q200 certified, RoHS-compliant transformers for use in electric and hybrid vehicles. The products and samples are available at www.rutronik24.de.

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Process or control? Microprocessors, microcontrollers and their periphery

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Every new application design requires a microcontroller or microprocessor. And when making a decision between the two, there are a few factors to consider. An overview of the microprocessor and the microcontroller, and heterogeneous architectures.

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For demanding graphics performance: Kontron‘s Mini-ITX Board at Rutronik

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Optimum balance between energy efficiency and performance: The D3713-V/R series of mini-ITX boards, developed and produced in Germany, offer a wide range of models for various performance classes. The integrated AMD Radeon™ Vega Graphics Compute Units and the integrated multimedia H.265 encoding & decoding are particularly suitable for innovative applications with high graphic requirements. The motherboard...

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New technology prevents mosquito bites - No more itching for me

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The one thing worse than a buzzing mosquito is its bite – and those affected know that the itching is enough to drive one almost insane. Up to now, most remedies have focussed on alleviating the itchiness. However, a start-up company has now developed a wristband that prevents mosquitoes from biting in the first place.

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