||Vision Series 2013 - Power Management
by ARROW - 2013-07-03 10:16 - 4,810 views
Vision series Power Management video.
||Vision Power Management
by ARROW - 2013-07-03 10:15 - 3,945 views
Vision Series 2013 - Power Management
||Retail Demo Showcase: Intelligent Self-Service Offer Center
by ARROW - 2013-07-03 10:15 - 2,907 views
At the NRF 2013 show, Intel demos the intelligent self-service offer
center, with targeted promotional messages and digital coupons.
||Adidas Virtual Footwear Wall* Increases Sales
by ARROW - 2013-07-03 10:14 - 3,280 views
Chris Aubrey explains working with Intel to create the adidas Virtual
Footwear Wall*, highlighting the increase in sales generated at adidas stores.
||Costa Enterprises Makes Coffee Vending a Sensory Experience
by ARROW - 2013-07-03 10:14 - 3,154 views
Costa Enterprises' Jim Slater explains how the Costa Express*
uses the Intel® AIM Suite, creating a personalized customer
||Connected Retail Platform Encourages Consumer Interaction
by ARROW - 2013-07-03 10:13 - 2,528 views
A connected retail platform engages consumers to personalize their
shopping experience with digital signage for product information.
||Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT) in Retail
by ARROW - 2013-07-03 10:12 - 2,902 views
Intel® Active Management Technology helps your retail connected
in-store devices stay current, available and protected with energy efficiency.
||Solving Electronic Transformer Compatibility in MR16 Lamps
by ARROW - 2013-06-25 09:38 - 2,899 views
TI product marketing engineer, John Perry discusses how to use
TI's TPS92560 Simple LED Driver to solve electronic transformer
compatibility in MR16 lamps.
||How to manage high power PoE loads
by ARROW - 2013-06-25 09:36 - 3,784 views
In this video TI applications engineer, Eric Wright demonstrates
how to use the TPS2378/9 PoE High-Power PD Interface to
manage high power PoE loads.
||150V, 100mA Step-Down Regulator Requires Only Three External Components
by ARROW - 2013-06-25 09:35 - 3,357 views
The LTC3639 step-down regulator integrates key high performance
features into one compact IC. It is capable of up to 150V input
voltage and 100mA output current, utilizing synchronous
rectification and low quiescent current to maintain high efficiency
over a broad spectrum of load current. Its adjustable output can be
programmed from 0.8V to VIN, while its fixed 1.8V, 3.3V, and 5V
output settings require only three external components, saving
complexity and PCB area. Furthermore, the LTC3639's 100% duty
cycle capability and simple application circuit make it an ideal high
efficiency replacement for an LDO.