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ecsn's forecast released today predicts that the UK & Ireland electronic components market will grow in the range -3% to +2% during the first half of 2020, with a mid-point of -1% decline year-over-year.
Estate agents are becoming increasingly reliant on technology to help them in their trade; in a highly competitive market, the right tools are often crucial.
Solid State Supplies added of Allegro MicroSystems’ A1377 linear Hall-Effect sensor IC to its product range.
Solid State Supplies now offers the RC17xxHP series from Radiocrafts, which is capable of delivering RF output levels.
Solid State Supplies now offers Sierra Wireless’ mangOH™ Green, a sensor-to-Cloud Solution for industrial IoT deployments utilising mobile networks. Find out more.
Solid State Supplies announced a non-exclusive distribution agreement with KEMET Electronics Corporation.
Solid State Supplies has secured a UK distribution deal with memory producer GSI Technology.
The UK electronics industry has always been one of constant reinvention, and today’s market is no different.
Electricity distribution companies are increasingly concerned about the stability of their network.
Now available from Solid State Supplies, the AirPrime HL Series modules are claimed to be the industry’s smallest M2M modules.
Solid State Supplies will present a paper at this year's Device Developers' Conference entitled "Android for Embedded Devices".
Solid State Supplies signs agreement with Radio Data Technology to augment its wireless offering.
Solid State Supplies introduces development kit for flexible, low power, embedded WiFi networks.
Solid State Supplies’ new GPS module has an embedded patch antenna in a 28mm x 16mm x 3mm form factor.
Solid State Supplies’ baseband processor combines analogue and digital PMR processing in a single chip.
Baseband processors enable lowest power digital public mobile radios and simplify dual-mode design.
Highly integrated three-phase motor control modules help reduce external component count.
Power consumption is an issue even when using a mains supply, as Richard Bethell reports.
Hall effect based current sensor family suitable for motor control applications.
Distributor Solid State Supplies (www.sssplc.com) has added Rabbit Semiconductor, a Digi company, to its range of connectivity and communications offerings.