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||New This Week - December 8, 2014
by EEweb - 2014-12-18 15:17 - 2,241 views
This week we look at the Freescale Kinetis EA series microcontrollers, the MinnowBoard MAX development board, and a TI Bluetooth Host
Controller Interface module.
||New This Week - December 1, 2014
by EEweb - 2014-12-05 16:09 - 37,735 views
This week we’ll cover the Philips Lumileds LUXEON Matrix Platform, Panasonic’s PSiP Power Supply in Package, and a Single-Chip Digital
Radio Receiver from Silicon Labs.
||Tech Lab - Mean Well HLG Series LED Drivers
by EEweb - 2014-11-27 14:09 - 3,115 views
LED lighting system design is a big part of how efficiently LEDs produce light, but the LED driver is just as important in maintaining a high
efficiency system. If you don't have a high efficiency, reliable driver, then LED lighting systems are no better than anything else.
For this demo, we look at Mean Well's 320 watt HLG-320H-48A.
||New This Week - November 24, 2014
by EEweb - 2014-11-27 14:07 - 3,436 views
This week we’ll cover Amphenol Industrial Tru-Loc Connectors, an FTDI embedded video engine, and NXP’s ARM LPC820 family of
||New This Week - November 17, 2014
by EEweb - 2014-11-20 12:03 - 9,134 views
This week we discuss Fairchild's advanced motion modules, Infineon's LED driver ICs, and the Intel Galileo Gen 2 development board.
||Tech Lab - Maxim Secure Drug Delivery Solution
by EEweb - 2014-11-14 15:05 - 5,100 views
There’s a growing movement within the healthcare industry toward patient self-care, enabling patients to manage certain aspects of their
treatment, such as prescription drug delivery, outside of the providers oversight. It’s more convenient for patients and providers, but you lose
the oversight of the provider and that leads to concerns that must be addressed. These aren’t drugs that you would pick up at your local
pharmacy; these are medications where each dosage might cost thousands of dollars and are used for cancer treatment or other chronic
As a patient, how do you know that the medication you give yourself isn’t counterfeit or hasn’t been diluted or otherwise tampered with? As a
provider in the traditional system, if a patient doesn’t show up for their appointment, you know that, and can respond accordingly to ensure they
get the treatment they need. How can you do that if the treatment is done by the patient? And the insurance company needs to know that what
they’re getting billed for is actually being delivered. Without safeguards in place, the convenience of self-care is likely to remain superseded by
This demo kit s...
||New This Week - November 10, 2014
by EEweb - 2014-11-13 17:18 - 4,113 views
This week we look at International Rectifier's 66xx IGBTs, Microchip's DSCs and MCUs, and TIs LM4600x step-down converters
||New This Week - November 3rd, 2014
by EEweb - 2014-11-12 17:29 - 6,659 views
This week we look at a Cree MOSFET driver, a Microchip Bluetooth module, and a Silicon Labs Quad Clock Generator
||Tech Lab - Newhaven Full Color OLED Displays
by EEweb - 2014-11-12 17:29 - 6,367 views
While TFTs have been the mainstay of displays for years, OLEDs are becoming more prevalent as their price drops due to the phenomenal
increase in quality from TFT to OLED technology. We received this demo board from Newhaven that effectively illustrates side by side the
differences between TFT and OLED technology, using a 1.69 inch 160 x 128 OLED display and a 1.8 inch 160 by 128 TFT display.
||Tech Lab - Micrel MIC45212 Evaluation Board for Medium Voltage DC to DC Power Modules
by EEweb - 2014-11-12 17:13 - 3,303 views
In this Tech Lab, we look at the evaluation board for Micrel’s MIC45212, the 14 amp variant from their line of integrated medium voltage
DC-to-DC power modules.
The MIC45 205, 208, and 212 modules integrate the inductor, PWM controller, power MOSFETs, and passives into the package.
This integration reduces the total application size, simplifies the design and PCB layout, and improves reliability.
By integrating the passives, Micrel is able to effectively reduce the AC loop size when compared to a traditional regulator with
passives routed on the PCB.