Like Share Tweet Share this Page: To view this newsletter as a web page, click here. IP55/IP56 Rated All-metal AC Fans from Orion Fans & Digi-Key MCUs expand use of touch key in healthcare applications Orion Fans all-metal AC fans satisfy size, power and compatibility issues in rugged and harsh environments. The all-metal fans feature a resistance to high temperatures and corrosive compounds and provide longer L10 life spans of up to 65,000 hours. Ideal for chemical process control, military, HVAC, remote antenna installations and wind power applications. Expanding the use of touch key in healthcare, building automation and home appliance applications, Renesas Electronics Europe has introduced the RX113 group of MCUs. Enabling significantly reduced power, size, and development costs for entry-level devices in these markets, the MCUs offer a single-chip solution with touch sensor IP and low-power technologies. Product Info Buy Now from Digi-Key Read more Datasheet Simply connect for IP65, twist once or twice for IP67 VCO features excellent linearity alongside low phase noise Can embedded MCUs handle the latest PROFINET spec? Arbitrary waveform generators get frequency upgrade The push-to-lock mating feature of the Brad MXPTL M12 cordset from Molex makes it easy to use, with industrystandard M12 receptacles and much less twisting required than traditional threaded connectors. End users, including machine builders, integrators and Operating from 900 to 940MHz with a control voltage range of 0.2-2.0V, the CVCO33CL-0900-0940 VCO from Crystek features a typical phase noise of -104dBc/Hz at 10KHz offset and has excellent linearity. Output power is typically +3dBm. Engineered and Under Version 2.3 of the PROFINET specification, passing the load test (Net load Test) has become mandatory for certification. Are embedded MCUs up to the job? By Marcus Tangermann, port, & Bernd Westhoff, Renesas Electronics Europe. With B&K Precision has upgraded its 4075B Series of arbitrary/function waveform generators with higher frequency ranges, increased arbitrary memory, and a colour LCD. The new 4075B Series offers six new models that directly replace the previous 4075 line with OEMs, simply push the cordset into a female M12 receptacle to meet IP65 Ingress Protection on their connections. The Brad MXPTL M12 connector from Molex can replace threaded M12 connectors manufactured in the USA, the model CVCO33CL0900-0940 is packaged in the industry-standard 0.3x0.3" SMD package. The VCO features an input voltage of 3V and a maximum current the advent of industrial Ethernet in the automation world, the requirements on computing power - and implementation complexity - have increased. While an 8-bit single- and dual-channel 30 MHz (4075B/4078B) and 50 MHz models (4076B/4079B) along with two additional single- and dual-channel 80 MHz models (4077B/4080B). Each can generate threaded M12 connectors in applications that include industrial automation, automotive/commercial vehicles, lighting and more. maximum current consumption of 20mA. Pulling and pushing are minimised to 8.0MHz and 1.0MHz/V, respectively. Max second harmonic suppression is -10dBc. increased. While an 8-bit MCU may be sufficient for simple CANopen devices it may prove impossible for them to accommodate more complex protocols like PROFINET. Each can generate arbitrary waveforms with 14-bit amplitude resolution, 200 MS/s sample rate, and up to 16,000,000 points (depending on model). READ MORE READ MORE READ MORE READ MORE DATASHEET DATASHEET DATASHEET DATASHEET Tech Spotlight TI's LM95235 Remote Diode Temperature Sensor TMS32C6416EGLZA5E0 Fixed-Point DSP from Texas Instruments LPC661 Low Power CMOS Op-Amp from TI Product Spotlight Sensors must evolve to make Industry 4.0 workable More advanced process nodes are enabling performance enhancements in the latest-gen FPGA products An outdoor-rated lightning protection device, supporting both PoE and non-PoE enterprise installations, has been released by Microsemi Standard and factory modified plastic, extruded and die-cast aluminium enclosures from Hammond Latching female XLR socket targets active loudspeakers High accuracy temperature sensors improve system performance and reliability In the IoT age, the only secure option may be to trust nothing, as Christopher Smith, VP Marketing, Green Hills Software, explains Efficient & compact switching regulators from RECOM GOEPEL electronics is offering a variant of the inline AOI system AdvancedLine for the inspection of overlength PCBs Image technology improves colour blind TV viewing VCO features excellent linearity alongside low phase noise Home > Frequency Control > VCO features excellent linearity alongside low phase noise 1st December 2014 News Release from: Crystek Corporation Written by : Barney Scott Operating from 900 to 940MHz with a control voltage range of 0.2-2.0V, the CVCO33CL-0900-0940 VCO from Crystek features a typical phase noise of -104dBc/Hz at 10KHz offset and has excellent linearity. Output power is typically +3dBm. Engineered and manufactured in the USA, the model CVCO33CL-0900-0940 is packaged in the industry-standard 0.3x0.3" SMD package. The VCO features an input voltage of 3V and a maximum current consumption of 20mA. Pulling and pushing are minimised to 8.0MHz and 1.0MHz/V, respectively. Second harmonic suppression is -10dBc max. The CVCO33CL-0900-0940 is suitable for use in applications such as digital radio equipment, fixed wireless access, satellite communications systems and base stations.