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Electrifying (the) future with Infineon: Light Electric Vehicles

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With fluctuating fuel prices on the one hand and dropping initial cost of buying electric vehicles on the other, consumers start paying more attention to catch phrases like green transportation, zero emission targets, air quality improvement, and sustainable urban mobility. No matter what is the motivation for switching to alternative energy supplies, the industry reports skyrocketing sales of e-bikes and...

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Addressing the need for MOSFETs in BLDC motors

Created by Ian Milne, MOSFET Specialist, Diodes Inc. |   Knowledge

Motors across the industrial and automotive sectors are migrating to BLDCs in order to maximise efficiency and reliability. This article looks at the important MOSFET parameters that should be considered during the design process.

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Available at Rutronik: ultra-low-power Wireless MCUs from Redpine Signals

Created by René Hermanns |   Knowledge

With Redpine Signals’ RS14100 WiSeMCU family, Rutronik distributes the first Wireless Secure MCUs featuring a comprehensive multi-protocol wireless sub-system. Additionally the SoCs and modules feature voice activity detection (VAD) and up to eight inputs for capacitive touch sensors. The RS14100 series offers the industry’s lowest power consumption for battery-operated IoT devices. It is available at...

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DC/DC converters from RECOM in compact 1“ x 1“ footprint at Rutronik

Created by Axel Stangl |   Knowledge

The new DC/DC converter series REC15E-Z from RECOM comprises fully specified 15W devices with wide input voltage ranges. They increase flexibility by accepting several standard bus voltages. Due to their compact footprint (1“ x 1“), the converters are suitable for cost sensitive applications where board space is at a premium. The REC15E-Z series is available at www.Rutronik24.com.

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Smart Parking: Finding free parking spaces with sensors

Created by Carlos Ramos, Field Sales Manager, Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH |   Knowledge

A startup from Nuremberg wants to contribute to the smart city of the future by digitally transforming parking spaces. In contrast to other approaches that are either very expensive or time-consuming to install, Smart City System’s “Parking Pilot” is based on a small, yet robust, sensor that can be easily attached to parking areas.

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