The move to e-mobility comes with significant demands. Using electricity exclusively for both motive power and auxiliary features introduces entirely new electromechanical architectures and sub-systems into the automotive domain.
March 03, 2022 by TDK Electronics
When selecting an electronic load, it's important to consider several options, including power, voltage, and current ratings; cooling method; operating modes; calibration techniques; transient response time; computer-control interfaces; and protective features.
March 01, 2022 by AMETEK Programmable Power
This white paper provides a detailed look at why thermal design is an essential part of designing reliable electronics systems. This resource also covers how to avoid major problems engineers often face when time is short and money is tight.
August 25, 2021 by Fujipoly
When designing electronic systems, it is very easy to forget about real-world limitations and effects that would not otherwise affect a circuit. For example, a circuit that works in theory (i.e., mathematically) may not work in reality due to inherent resistance in components, capacitance from PCB traces, and interference from the environment.
April 28, 2021 by Fujipoly
Interactive electronic kiosks offer a wide range of services and functionality that simplify our daily lives, from beverage self-service to ordering fast food, from vending snacks to purchasing tickets, from bank withdrawals to airport check-ins.
March 28, 2021 by Orion Fans
Wireless systems play an integral role in the modern world, enabling seamless connectivity in a wide range of applications. However, wireless connectivity has become so commonplace that the general public only takes note of a network when it is not working properly.
February 03, 2021 by Orion Fans
November 04, 2020 by TE Connectivity