In a smartphone, first impressions and performance mean a lot, and OPPO?s new F7 smartphone outclasses the competition on both metrics.
RECOM has extended its DC/DC railway converters RPA100H and RPA200H to now include 15V and 48V output versions, making these 10:1 input voltage range converters suitable for a wider range of applications in railway and electromobility.
Monolithic Power Systems (MPS), a leading company in high performance analog solutions, today announced the details of its 2018 Analyst Day. MPS will host the Analyst Day from 2 pm to 5 pm (PT) on Thursday, June 7, 2018 at its office in San Jose, CA
RECOM has released a breakout board to connect the SensorTile from STMicroelectronics to RECOM?s R-78S evaluation board. This technology enables the SensorTile to draw a stable 3.3V from a AA battery down to voltages as low as 0.65V.
From RECOM Power: "Elektronik Readers voted boost switching regulator as the number 3 product of the year"
Apr 5, 2018
For the 20th time, the readers of the German electronics magazine ?Elektronik? voted from a selection of 111 products in ten categories for the most innovative products of 2018. RECOM?s new R-78S boost switching regulator achieved an excellent 3rd place.
Mar 28, 2018
RECOM takes another step in expanding its power solutions portfolio for industrial applications with a power range from 0.25W to 1000W by introducing 2 and 3-phase AC/DC DIN-Rail PSUs.
When designing electronic equipment that lives depend on, it's crucial that the power supply is properly regulated and has reliable isolation. Continue reading to learn more about medical grade certification for medical equipment.
The introduction of IoT in the household has created a wave of smart home technology focused on bringing together different household devices on the same network. But could the next move for technology giants be in the home energy market?
The Ag201 is an evaluation board for a single channel, 24W maximum output power LED driver module. Read more about this new product on the blog!
Jul 19, 2017
The rules of international maritime technology are changing. More and more ports around the globe are investing in private networks to support their own cloud-based Internet of Things (IoT).
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