Communications equipment makers want high power outputs and small solution footprints Many communications systems are powered via a 48 V backplane. This voltage is normally stepped down to a lower intermediate bus voltage, typically to either 12 V, 5 V, or even lower, in order to power the racks of boards within the system.
Enablement of batteryless applications with wireless power Question: My application doesn’t have a battery. Is it possible to power it wirelessly? - Yes, sure; a simple integrated nanopower solution originally designed for energy harvesting is available.
Why pay more for less? The classic discrete difference amplifier design is quite simple. What can be complicated about an op amp and a four resistor network?
Moving up the stack challenges for measurement engineering at ADI Moving up the stack has been an implicit part of ADI’s strategy for many years—but recently, through a focus on delivery of more solutions, this strategy has become explicit. If you consider our roots, there was a time when we supplied only discrete components with data sheets.
MEMS Sensors for Smart Infrastructures Tablets, smartphones, video game consoles, camcorders, and cameras have revolutionized the world of sensors. This includes MEMS accelerometers and gyroscopes.
Robust Wireless Communications for Industry 4.0 Industry 4.0, or smart industry, is heralded as a new industrial revolution in which existing systems are networked together to create cyber-physical systems.
Part 3: Modbus TCP and PROFINET Ethernet in the Automation Industry Part 3: Modbus TCP and PROFINET - In the first part of this series, we examined Ethernet’s numerous advantages over fieldbuses within industrial automation and control.
Part 2: EtherNet/IP in Plantwide Automation Ethernet in the Automation Industry Part 2: EtherNet/IP in Plantwide Automation - We delved into Ethernet’s prominence in the automation industry in the first part of this series,1 covering many of its advantages over legacy fieldbuses.
Part1: The Why and How of Industrial Ethernet Solutions Ethernet in the Automation Industry, Part 1: The Why and How of Industrial Ethernet Solutions - Manufacturing plants around the world now depend on Ethernet solutions for the real-time performance and ruggedness required by industrial applications.Load more news
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