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It is vital in IoT devices to have an efficient power management system to get as much energy as possible out from the battery.
Integrating USB Type-C connectors into designs requires developers pay careful attention to proper connector options and recommended layout guidelines.
Learn techniques to sequence the startup and shutdown of multi-rail power supplies used for FPGAs, DSP processors, and similar system on chip devices.
When sensing motion in battery powered wearables, developers can get the features and accuracy they need while meeting power consumption requirements.
Advanced MCUs and PMICs provide the foundation needed to meet user expectations for next generation smart products.
Using RMS-to-DC converters to measure the power of complex waveforms.
Using larger strings of cells to raise photovoltaic dc operating voltages can reduce I2R losses and save deployment costs.
Learn to apply current sense amplifiers across a series current shunt resistor for precise power management in battery and line powered applications.
The usable limit of the traditional 12-volt automotive electrical system has been reached. The solution, combine the existing system with a 48 V rail.
ADAS functions require DC/DC regulators which can meet challenging environmental, vibration, performance, and space requirements.
Using Bluetooth hardware kits and associated software, developers can rapidly deploy secure Bluetooth connectivity between a hub and multiple sensors.
An examination of some of the key principles of IEC 60601 as they relate to implementation of the power supply and the need for risk assessment.
Electromechanical relays and contactors both switch power loads, but contactors are designed to switch much higher voltages and currents.
Low voltage, medium current DC/DC regulator modules simplify providing DC rails, but there are some guidelines to follow to maximize their performance.
Power management chips make it easy to design, configure and supervise multiport PoE+ systems.
A wireless PLC provides embedded developers with an alternative method to develop real-time applications using ladder logic.
Dedicated ICs simplify implementation of authentication mechanisms needed to ensure security in systems ranging from complex IoT devices to simple peripherals.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) is ideal for smart lighting in industrial applications, but designers need to ensure standards compatibility and optimum efficiency.
Rapidly implement Qi compliant 15 Watt wireless power transmitters and receivers using an STWLC33 receiver and STWBC-EP controller.
The IEC 60601-1 technical standards for medical electrical equipment are about to change and CUI has power supplies available now to meet these new standards.
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