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How can sensors be powered with a battery for as long as possible in IoT applications?

Created by Bianca Aichinger, Product Marketing Manager, RECOM Power GmbH; Co-author: Axel Stangl, Product Sales Manager Power Supplies, Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH |   Rutronik

Without sensors, there can be no Internet of Things (IoT). The fact that they require power is often overlooked. Not much, mind you – but they cannot work without it. The latest switching regulators allow sensors to be powered for much longer using batteries. Even from a 4–20mA current loop, it is possible to produce three times as much power.

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Ultra-Precise Analog Front End from NJR at Rutronik

Created by Thomas Bolz |   Knowledge

NJU9103 is an Analog Front End (AFE) with an integrated PGA (Programmable Gain Amplifier) that can be used to process analog signals with an amplification of G-512. Being able to configure the front end with a microcontroller via a serial peripheral interface ensures an array of

application opportunities.

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One for all - motor controllers from Micronas for DC motors, BLDC motors, and stepper motors

Created by Ralf Hickl, Product Sales Manager Automotive Business Unit |   Rutronik

An ever-increasing number of safety and comfort features in automotive applications are equipped with an electric actuator. This has also led to a rise in the number of low-power motors. A highly integrated motor controller IC from Micronas for all of these automotive motors is now available.

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Breakthrough technology and design - Intel's Solid State Drives: New P4500 ruler form factor, P4800X and Optane memory

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Intel® developed a new form factor class with the primary use-case target towards data centers - the "Ruler" also known as Enterprise & Datacenter Storage Form Factor (EDSFF). The "Ruler" form factor was designed to fully optimize rack efficiency while at the same time offer a solution that deals effectively with the data-centric world.

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Rutronik presents the new accelerometer from Bosch Sensortec

Created by Julia Mössner |   Knowledge

Rutronik is adding the BMA400 accelerometer from Bosch Sensortec to its portfolio. It features ultra-low power consumption without compromising on performance. The sensor is available to order on www.rutronik24.com.

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