Samurai Ears Japan, an audio-visual brand, have announced their audiophile-grade true wireless earphones, STW-D01a – which features the latest Bluetooth Audio SoC, Qualcomm QCC3026, based on an ultra-low-power architecture.
Intepro Systems have announced their advanced benchtop/rack-mount Procyon Battery Test System for engineering design and production testing of high-performance electro-mobility battery packs.
Introducing Microchip’s linear low dropout (LDO) regulator that brings a four-fold extension – when compared to traditional ultra-low quiescent LDOs – to battery life in portable devices.
Introducing the first ever DC electric vehicle charger for the home, which utilises speech recognition to help manage its energy-efficient EV charging – which even factors in other power appliances around the home.
Relec Electronics are pleased to announce that Melcher have now released the pluggable connector versions of their flagship railway converters: the RCM series.
The GS Yuasa lithium-ion batteries will replace older nickel-metal hydride cells currently installed in the International Space Station. Only half the number of Yuasa cells are needed to provide the same capacity and high-energy density of their predecessors.
Analog Devices announces the Power by Linear™ LTC4162, a highly integrated, high voltage multi-chemistry synchronous monolithic step-down battery charger and PowerPath™ manager with onboard telemetry functions and optional maximum power point tracking.
TDK Corporation have announced the introduction of high-power GSP models to the TDKLambda GENESYS+ series of programmable DC power supplies. This expansion now provides 2U-high 10kW and 3U-high 15kW versions with output voltages and currents of up to 010V/1,500A to 0 to 600V/25.5A.
Medical power supplies differentiate themselves from standard AC DC converters by virtue of having very low leakage currents. All of the medical power supplies provided by Relec Electronics meet the relevant standards, including the globally-recognised EN60601-1 and UL60601-1. This page discusses their power product portfolio.