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MicroCrystal RV-8803 – A Really Accurate RTC June 17, 2019- RTC chips traditionally were the domain of Maxim and NXP. Switzerland-based MicroCrystal recently made quite a buzz with its RV-8803, which offers simple integration, an I2C interface and extreme accuracy. Let us start out by looking at a system overview. Figure one shows how this I2C RTC is made up internally – interested observers note … Continue reading MicroCrystal RV-8803 – A Really Accurate RTC
Analog Devices’ LTM2887 – If a Digital Bus Needs Galvanic Isolation June 15, 2019- In theory, digital buses are intended to connect things to one another. Sadly, one sometimes wants but a logical connection – in many cases, galvanic isolation helps out. Should you ever feel like isolating very fast buses, definitely give the LTM2887 a chance. From a technical point of view, Linear Technologies attempt at entering the … Continue reading Analog Devices’ LTM2887 – If a Digital Bus Needs Galvanic Isolation
AVAGO APDS-9008 or APDS-9005-020 – Keeping an Eye on Ambient Light June 14, 2019- Recent times saw quite a bit of interest for part numbers such as the APDS-9008 or APDS-9005-020 – they are a very interesting type of ambient light sensor. One of the oldest questions in regards to light sensors involves their spectral sensitivity. If a part is to output but one voltage level, the conversion between … Continue reading AVAGO APDS-9008 or APDS-9005-020 – Keeping an Eye on Ambient Light
STMicroelectronics’ LIS2DH12 – Low Power Motion Sensing June 12, 2019- Apple’s iPhone introduced gyroscopic sensors to a wider range – before that, accelerometers were not commonly found in consumer hardware. STM sells excellent parts which, however, get little media attention – time to take a look at the LIS2DH12. Integrating the part into your circuit as an MPU6500 alternative or MPU9500 alternative is not difficult. … Continue reading STMicroelectronics’ LIS2DH12 – Low Power Motion Sensing
Panasonic AMG8833 – FLIR for cheap June 7, 2019- FLIR made infrared thermal sensors cool – sadly, their parts are all but cheap (and suffer from export control problems). Panasonic’s Grid-EYE family is a low-resolution alternative which comes at significantly lower cost. From a technical point of view, Panasonic’s image sensor could not be simpler. We are looking at an 8×8 sensor with an … Continue reading Panasonic AMG8833 – FLIR for cheap
DipTronics DTS-62R-V – Small Switch, Very Big (and Very Cheap) June 5, 2019- When yours truly was but a lowly cadet, various US manufacturers produced (pricey but quite reliable) switches. Chinese vendors recently started to catch up – seeing the DTS-62R-V top our customer interest list shows that the run stage of the crawl-walk-run cycle is reached. DipTronics has been around the Asian switch market for ages, exhibiting … Continue reading DipTronics DTS-62R-V – Small Switch, Very Big (and Very Cheap)

Don’t miss your chance to network, engage, learn and connect at What’s New in Electronics Live!

This year’s WNIE Live will deliver a comprehensive 2 day event covering the whole spectrum of the electronics industry. With dedicated conferences and exhibition opportunities for the Embedded and EMC industries, as well as electronics manufacturing, WNIE Live really is the one essential event of the year for anyone involved in electronics. Can you afford to miss out?

We all know exhibitions remain a vital part of bringing business to life, nothing beats the energy of a face-to-face meeting or the thrill of seeing a machine in a live environment and delivering the latest technologies and standards.

At WNIE Live in September, customers and vendors will enjoy a unique experience that allows them to meet the right people, make connections, network, and hopefully, have some fun.

The event runs in Hall 1 of The NEC from 25th – 26th September and is free to attend with ample parking, plus visitors will receive free wifi throughout the whole venue.

Here are some of the key highlights you can look forward to:

•An international exhibitor list of over 100 companies showcasing a host of products and services from all corners of the electronics process

•2 full days of technical content & training brought to you by the EMC UK Expo and Embedded Live Exhibition and Conference

•UK debut of the IPC Connected Factory eXchange (CFX) Live Showcase with live demos running daily at 11:00 and 14:30

•WNIE TV roundtable debates covering a range of pertinent industry topics

•The Electronics Industry Awards, 2018 is the launch of this exciting new awards scheme

•The IPC Hand Soldering Competition – the winner is sent to compete at the Global HSC in San Diego USA

Female Leaders in Tech Europe Networking Event

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If you are involved in Electronics Development, Production, Components, Systems and Applications then What’s New In Electronics Live is your premier source to meet with Engineers, Designers, Buyers and Decision Makers in the procurement of products and services. It’s not only the name that has changed for this event, What’s New in Electronics Live is supported by the ground breaking What’s New In Electronics Online which reaches a global audience of over 80,000 industry professionals giving exhibitors more outreach than just a traditional exhibition solution.

What’s New In Electronics Live delivers the most highly qualified audience of electronics professionals. Exhibiting enables you to reach this audience in one place at one time. What’s New In Electronics will introduce you to new contacts, however, this is your opportunity to invite both existing clients and prospects to see your products and services in a live environment, it is your shop window.

In an online world this is a unique opportunity to see, hear and touch What’s New in Electronics.

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