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A Higher Voltage Level

  Rutronik

The 12V electrical architecture is being pushed to its limits by the increasing demand for power in modern-day cars. As a result, 48V may prove to be the standard system of the future. This not only opens up opportunities for new innovations, but also creates the platform for meeting ever stricter CO2 targets.

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Supercaps - a replacement for batteries?

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As supercaps (supercapacitors, electric double-layer capacitors (EDLCs)) become more and more popular, there is an increasing desire to migrate the power supplies for various applications from batteries to EDLCs. However, in many cases this is not a logical step as a 1:1 exchange, or is even impossible. Many applications can nevertheless be optimized with the aid of supercaps.

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High efficient LED lighting solutions from Infineon

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Infineon’s semiconductors are perfectly suitable for LED lighting applications. High reliable devices are extending the lifetime of your lighting system, and leading technology like CoolMOS™ Power MOSFETs, Offline LED controllers from Infineon and digital power solution as XDP™ LED allow for a highly efficient power conversion. Infineon has the perfect offerings for easy to design-in, flexible LED lighting...

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Rutronik Presents Red Rock RR110/120/130 from Coto

created by Norman Majer |   Suppliers

Ispringen, Germany, July 19, 2017 – The distributor Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH now has digital switches in its portfolio in the form of the Red Rock RR110/120/130 series from Coto. Thanks to their very low energy consumption and small size, they are suitable for use in numerous fields, ranging from medical engineering to wildlife tracking to automotive.

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Wireless Technologies for IoT Networks

  Rutronik

The IoT (Internet of Things) already connects many things; a trend that seems to be increasing by the day. According to forecasts, between 200 million and 100 billion devices will be connected through the Internet of Things by 2020 alone. What is certain is that IPv6 has raised the number of supported IP addresses from roughly four billion to over 340 sextillion (a figure with 37 (!) zeros). The supporting...

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