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||NTAG - Consumer convenience and brand protection
by NXP - 2014-11-13 17:53 - 9,062 views
by NXP - 2014-11-13 17:47 - 5,227 views
NTAG I2C demo - Extended user interface for your appliance at electronica 2014 - Munich, Germany
||NXP Connected Lighting for a Smarter World
by NXP - 2014-11-13 17:32 - 4,544 views
GreenChip solutions for Power and Lighting
Aimed at making power and lighting solutions smarter and more energy efficient, NXP's GreenChip technology lies at the heart of our cost-
effective, high-efficiency Power and Lighting ICs. GreenChip products are suitable for any device that draws AC power and offer many benefits,
from minimal standby power (as low as 10 mW) to smart SSL-dimming.
If you're making any product that plugs into a power socket or a light fixture, can you afford to be without GreenChip?
- See more at: http://www.nxp.com/campaigns/greenchip
||NXP Standard Products for Embedded PC - NXP Quick Learning 40
by NXP - 2014-11-13 16:23 - 3,148 views
Higher Density/Lower Power for Embedded PCs. Embedded PCs have advantages in comparison to general-purpose PCs. Embedded
systems can be optimized to specific needs: demand for high efficient systems, robustness to function in rugged operating environments or to
optimize the space required by the system. NXP offers a broad range of optimized products, from integrated circuits and to robust, high efficient
power MOSFETs. Interfaces can be protected and signals be optimized.
||NXP Standard Products for Power Tools – NXP Quick Learning 39
by NXP - 2014-11-13 16:22 - 2,932 views
Make AC Power Tools more robust and increase DD Power Tools battery time.
The name Power Tools already describes the demand from the market: They need to deliver high performance and be robust in everyday
usage. This means that the electronics must also be resilient even when supplying high continuous current. When it comes to battery operated
Power Tools, prolonged operation between charge cycles requires efficient control of battery power. Smaller and lighter designs are a common
goal. NXP offers a wide range of suitable products for state-of-the-art Power Tools.
||NXP Standard Products for E-bikes - NXP Quick Learning 38
by NXP - 2014-11-13 16:21 - 3,391 views
Increase the mileage of an E-Bike. Customers demand long mileage for their electric bikes (E-Bikes). While lightweight solutions are required
to reduce the weight of an E-Bike for handling comfort and electrical efficiency. The efficiency of power components is a key element. By
increasing the efficiency of the electronics, an E-Bike can travel greater distances - allowing the rider to cycle more miles for the same weight of
battery or the same mileage with a smaller battery pack. Modern designs require slim and space optimized designs and high power density is
necessary to support state-of-the-art concepts. Improving electronic designs leverages the positive effect of already eco friendly E-Bikes.
||NXP Standard Products for Industrial Power Supplies - NXP Quick Learning 37
by NXP - 2014-11-13 16:21 - 3,424 views
Increase the performance of Industrial Power Supply Units. Industrial Power Supply Units (PSUs) need to be safe and efficient. In addition,
they are also obliged to fulfill legislative requirements like power factor correction (PFC). For high efficiency purposes, PSU designs use
secondary side synchronous rectification and ORing for back-up power supply. Designs require space reductions, high power performance in
smaller packages, low EMI sensitivity and low susceptibility to noise and surges.
||Secure Connections for a Smarter World - NYC 2014
by NXP - 2014-11-13 14:11 - 5,004 views
It's been a busy couple of days in NYC meeting business media, investors and analysts for Rick Clemmer and the NXP management team.
See all the highlights here
||NXP Analyst Day 2014
by NXP - 2014-11-13 14:02 - 3,784 views
NXP hosted over 200 analysts and investors in New York City for its biennial Analyst Day. The audience received presentations from Rick
Clemmer, Peter Kelly, Kurt Sievers and Rudy Stroh on NXP's strategy and took part in Q&A discussions.
||NXP Media Day at the NASDAQ Tower
by NXP - 2014-11-12 17:29 - 9,816 views
Rick Clemmer CEO, NXP and his management team celebrate the 4th Anniversary of the NXP IPO meeting influential broadcast media ahead
of the Analyst Day in New York.