Molded interconnect devices, when conditioned with laser direct imaging, could be a helpful 3D supplement to PCB design.
September 16, 2020 by Adrian Gibbons
An emerging field in electronics manufacturing may provide lightweight and cost-effective solutions to meet design constraints. But it's not without drawbacks.
July 15, 2020 by Jake Hertz
Learn about which government regulations have been dropped or modified to speed up design approval for ventilators.
March 31, 2020 by Robin Mitchell
Behind the scenes, engineers are stepping up to help doctors and nurses with life-saving medical devices and technologies.
March 30, 2020 by Gary Elinoff
The NPIM_PE series are automotive-grade metal composite SMT power inductors with an operating temperature range of ‐55°C to +155°C.
November 20, 2019 by Cabe Atwell
This article looks at the REF34xx-EP which is a low-drift, small-size, low-power voltage reference.
February 06, 2019 by Steve Arar
A new PCB ensures over-voltage protection for supercapacitors serving the industrial controls, remote monitoring, and battery backup systems.
June 11, 2018 by Majeed Ahmad
In this teardown, we open up a six-pack sequential battery-charging station, from Milwaukee.
April 24, 2018 by Nick Davis
A compact μModule point-of-load regulator from Linear Technology can be configured as either a single 20-amp voltage regulator or two 10-amp voltage regulators.
April 09, 2018 by Nick Davis
Texas Instruments recently announced their new dual high-current buck converter and dual linear regulator all in a single IC.
March 30, 2018 by Nick Davis
This triple-output DC/DC controller offers two buck converters, each with an output voltage range of 0.8 to 24 V, and a boost converter that can produce up to 60 V.
March 22, 2018 by Nick Davis
A new operational amplifier from Texas Instruments offers impressive specifications in a very small package.
March 01, 2018 by Nick Davis
Take a look at ON Semiconductor's new LED constant-current dimmer, which is designed for middle- to high-power LED lighting applications.
November 21, 2017 by Nick Davis
A look at the MAX16140—a tiny device that uses a tiny amount of current, but one that promises a lot.
November 15, 2017 by Nick Davis
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