Here is this week’s roundup of new products, including a mix of interconnect, passive, and electromechanical (IP&E) products. Listed in alphabetical order by company name, this week’s new products roundup also covers antenna tuners, circuit protection, connectors, DC/DC converters, enclosures, ESD protection devices, power inductors, LEDs, power devices, power inductors, pressure sensors, and TVS diode arrays.
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Bourns, Inc. has introduced two new automotive-grade, high-current shielded power Inductor series that offer enhanced mechanical strength for harsh vibration application environments. The Model SRP1038WA and SRP1265WA shielded power Inductor series are designed with a 50 percent wider side terminal leadframe that is capable of withstanding 15-G typical or 30-G peak vibrations, which exceeds the 5 G demanded by the AEC-Q200 standard by a factor of three and six times, respectively, said Bourns. Vibration testing was conducted according to MIL-STD-202 Method 204. The two series also are said to offer high saturation current, low DC resistance, low buzz noise, and excellent temperature stability over a wide temperature range of –55°C to 165°C. The maximum operating temperature of 165°C is 10 percent higher than standard Model SRP-A power inductors and the new models provide more headroom to maintain the rated operating current even under challenging environmental conditions, said the company. Applications for AEC-Q200 compliant shielded power inductors include power management and EMI filtering in a range of consumer, vehicle, industrial, and telecom electronics applications.
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CUI Devices’ Sensors Group has expanded its product portfolio with the addition of pressure sensors. Offering absolute, gauge, and sealed gauge pressure types, these pressure sensors, based ON piezo technology, feature analog or digital I2C outputs and pressure ranges from 0 kPa up to 100 MPa and excitation ratings of 3.3 V, 5 V, 10 V, or 1.5 mA. All PS series models are temperature compensated and housed in stainless steel construction with an O-ring seal, making them suited for a variety of applications, including industrial, scientific, medical, and white goods. They are available in 3-wire, 4-wire, 5-wire, or 6-pin terminations. All models feature 19-mm diameters and heights of 14 mm, with carrying accuracy ratings as low as ±0.2%. The operating temperature range is -40°C to 125°C. Prices start at $38.28 per unit at 100 pieces through distribution. Contact CUI Devices for OEM pricing. Lead times is from stock to 10 weeks.
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Diodes Inc. has released two new series of automotive-compliant synchronous buck converters. With 2-A and 3-A current ratings respectively, the AP6320xQ and AP6330xQ devices support a wide input voltage range from 3.8 V to 32 V. They target point-of-load (PoL) applications, including powertrains, instrumentation clusters, telematics, and infotainment systems. They can also be used in automotive body electronics and lighting, as well as advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) implementations. The AP6320xQ devices, housed in TSOT26 packages, integrate 125/68 mΩ high/low-side power mosfets and the AP6330xQ devices integrate 70/40 mΩ high/low-side power MOSFETs, enabling both to deliver high-efficiency step-down DC-DC conversion, while keeping the external component count to a minimum, said the company. The buck converters use a proprietary gate driver arrangement that is said to mitigate switching node ringing effects, without extending mosfet turn-on and turn-off times. “This considerably reduces the high frequency radiated electromagnetic interference (EMI) noise normally associated with MOSFET switching,” said Diodes. Other features include a frequency spread spectrum (FSS) function and a pulse frequency modulation (PFM) mode, and integrated protection circuitry. The devices enable a quiescent current (IQ) of 22 μA (typical), which is almost half that of most competing devices, according to the company. This enhances conversion efficiency levels when under light load situations. The devices are AEC-Q100 Grade 1 qualified, PPAP capable. In 1,000 piece quantities, the AP6320xQ is priced at $0.40 and the AP6330xQ is priced at $0.43.
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Flex Power Modules has added new variants to its PKE-A series of DC/DC converters. Three new parts expand the 2” × 1” encapsulated, through-hole DC/DC converter line with single outputs of 24 V (21.6-26.4 V), 48 V (43.2-52.8 V), and 54 V (48.6-59.4 V). The parts retain the wide 8:1 input range of the PKE8000A series for nominal inputs of 12 V, 24 V, 28 V or 48 V for a range of industrial, transportation, RFPA, and IT applications. The PKE8000A series features 2250 V input/output isolation rating according to IEC/UL 62368-1 and is protected against input overvoltage and output overload, short circuit, over-Voltage, and over-temperature. A remote-control pin is provided along with voltage trim. Encapsulation provides mechanical protection in environments with high shock and vibration levels or with high dust/humidity. Maximum case operating temperature is 115 °C with derating. The new PKE8000A variants will be available in OEM quantities in March 2022.
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Infineon Technologies AG announced that it is expanding its portfolio of the smallest, ready-to-use antenna tuners. Following the market launch of the BGSA147ML10, Infineon is further expanding its range of antenna tuners with new antenna tuning switches. These devices are suitable for sub-7.2 GHz New Radio (NR) applications, supporting both 4G and 5G in smartphones, notebooks, wearables, VR headsets, smart home, and other cellular applications. The available antenna tuners include the BGSA144ML10, BGSA400ML10, and BGSA403ML10, which are available in the 1.1 × 1.5 mm2 TSLP 10-pin package, and the BGSA14M2N10 in the 0.95 × 1.3 mm2 TSNP 10-pin package with a 350-μm pad pitch.
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L-com, an Infinite Electronics brand, has expanded its line of polycarbonate NEMA-rated equipment enclosures, offering 46 new models. The polycarbonate NEMA enclosures protect equipment in both indoor and outdoor installations and can be used in wired and wireless networks. They measure 12 × 10 × 6 inches and are constructed of high-impact, UV-resistant polycarbonate material. They are well suited for hot or corrosive environments. Options include gray and black colors, IP66 NEMA 4X and IP24 NEMA 3R ratings, non-powered and powered models, and cooling and heating features as well as clear lids to view the operational status of internal equipment. Other features include a stainless-steel latch with padlock eye, fully gasketed lids, and user-installed wall mounting brackets.
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Littelfuse, Inc. has released the new SPxxR6 series of four-channel, low capacitance (0.2 pF) TVS diode arrays. These devices provide extremely low breakdown/turn-on voltages, making them suited to protect high-speed data lines with low voltage (-0.3 to +0.3 V), including a range of data communications interfaces for mobile and portable consumer electronics, including USB 3.2 and 4.0, Thunderbolt 3.0 and 4.0, and PCI Express 6.0. They can safely absorb repetitive ESD strikes above the maximum level specified in IEC 61000-4-2 international standard (Level 4, ±8 kV contact discharge) without performance degradation, said Littelfuse. Devices include the SP33R6 and SP00R6 TVS diode arrays. These devices are halogen-free, lead-free, and Rohs compliant. Sample requests can be placed through authorized Littelfuse distributors.
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Lumileds said it is tripling the LUXEON 2835 Commercial 3-volt options for lumen and lumen/watt in 80 and 90 CRI with the introduction of the LUXEON 2835 Commercial 6-V parts that allow for fewer parts and denser arrays when needed. These LEDs for indoor lighting are available in CCTs from 2700 K to 6500 K and features a 1/5th color bin structure. Typical flux @65 mA, 25°C is 36.4 lm and typical efficacy @65 mA, 25°C is 206.6 lm/W. Maximum current is 300 mA.
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Nexperia has expanded its portfolio of automotive Ethernet ESD protection devices. The three new devices are AEC-Q101 qualified and OPEN Alliance IEEE 100BASE-T1 and 1000BASE-T1 compliant. These devices are designed to protect two bus lines from damage caused by ESD and other transients. The silicon-based PESD2ETH1GXT-Q, PESD1ETH1GLS-Q and PESD1ETH1GXLS-Q ESD protectors are said to offer several advantages over alternative ESD protection solutions like varistors. These include greater reliability, and an improved diode capacitance of 1 pF (max) to ensure better signal integrity, said Nexperia. This is in combination with the silicon technology and snap-back behavior that reduces clamping voltage and residual current when compared to other competing products, said the company. Under test conditions, they outperform the AEC-Q101 qualification standard by a factor of 2×. They are available in leaded (SOT23) and leadless (DFN1006BD-2 / SOD882BD) packages. The leadless package has side-wettable flanks that enable automatic optical inspection (AOI) for a higher assembly yield, said the company.
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Wago has slimmed down its lever-actuator 221 series with the new 221 inline splicing connector version that also offers additional flexibility. This connector allows universal conductor connection and a visibly secure conductor contact. It comes with intuitive orange levers for a tool-free wiring of solid, stranded, and fine-stranded conductors from 12-20 AWG. Featuring the company’s spring pressure, maintenance-free CAGE CLAMP connection technology, the new Inline connectors offer the option of using additional adapters where multiple poles are required. With or without strain relief, a highly modular and flexible connection is possible with a snap-in mounting foot, screw, adhesive, tie-on or suspended mounting, said the company, and can be placed on a 15-mm or 35-mm DIN rail.
Other new products covered this week include the following:
C&K doubles cycle life of subminiature tactile switches
LDO Linear regulators target automotive camera modules
Gate drivers offer short-circuit protection for IGBTs and SiC MOSFETs
Automotive MCUs target software-defined EVs
NXP launches S32G vehicle integration platform for SDV development
Tektronix releases PCIe 6.0 base transmitter test solution
Orca Systems unveils wireless SoC for satellite IoT
Infineon upgrades class D audio Amplifier multichip module
ST intelligent sensor processing unit combines MEMS sensor, DSP, and AI
Here is a link to last week’s product roundup.
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