Monthly Archives: August 2017

Fanless vehicle computing system features 6th Gen Intel Xeon processor

Vecow launches the ‘first’ fanless embedded system with 6th Gen Intel Xeon processor in the market, IVH-9000 series rugged vehicle computing system. The system features smart manageability, excellent mobile availability, 6 to 78V power input with 200V surge protection, ignition … Continue reading

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Automotive SoC supports the ISO 26262 ASIL B safety standard

2nd February 2016 Source: Renesas Posted By : Nat Bowers Tweet Renesas Electronics has announced the development of hardware fault detection and prediction technologies for functional safety in automotive computing systems. The company has also successfully developed a prototype of … Continue reading

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24V TVS diode safeguards automotive antennas from ESD

Engineered to protect automotive antennas from ESD, a single-line TVS (Transient Voltage Suppression) device has been released by Semtech. The RClamp2431TQ, part of Semtech’s AEC-Q100 protection platform, offers a unique combination of low-clamping ESD protection with an ultra-low capacitance rating, … Continue reading

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Add flash memory to automotive analogue devices

3rd February 2016 Source: Renesas Posted By : Nat Bowers Tweet Renesas Electronics has announced the development of 90nm one-transistor MONOS (Metal-Oxide-Nitride-Oxide-Silicon) flash memory technology that can be used in combination with a variety of processes, such as CMOS and … Continue reading

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SQI Flash devices operate over extended-voltage range

8th February 2016 Source: Microchip Technology Ltd Whitepapers Datasheet Posted By : Nat Bowers Tweet Featuring an extended voltage and larger temperature range, Microchip has announced a family of automotive-grade NOR Flash products. The SST26VF family is available in 16, … Continue reading

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Polymer chip capacitors meet challenging 125°C lifetime stability test

11th February 2016 Source: AVX Posted By : Jordan Mulcare Tweet AVX Corporation has introduced the robust TCQ Series automotive conductive polymer chip capacitors. Qualified to the Automotive Electronics Council’s AEC-Q200 specification for passive components, the TCQ Series meets the … Continue reading

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Automotive SoCs specialised for 3D graphics clusters

16th February 2016 Source: Renesas Whitepapers Datasheet Posted By : Nat Bowers Tweet Renesas Electronics has announced the R-Car D1 Series, the first SoC in the R-Car family specialised for 3D instrument cluster systems. As more automotive systems are expected … Continue reading

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Power Metal Strip resistor increases accuracy & reduces TCR

17th February 2016 Source: Vishay Whitepapers Datasheet Posted By : Nat Bowers Tweet Combining an extended power rating to 0.5W with a Kelvin 4-terminal connection, Vishay Intertechnology has announced a surface-mount Power Metal Strip current sense resistor in the compact … Continue reading

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Automotive grade MLCCs operate at up to +200°C

18th February 2016 Source: Murata Electronics (UK) Ltd. Whitepapers Datasheet Posted By : Nat Bowers Tweet Designed for automotive applications, the GCB series MLCCs have been unveiled by Murata. The use of electronic components in automobiles continues to rise, particularly … Continue reading

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Automotive MCUs enhance safety of smarter vehicles

24th February 2016 Source: STMicroelectronics Whitepapers Datasheet Posted By : Jordan Mulcare Tweet STMicroelectronics has introduced the first microprocessors in the SPC57 family that break new ground in automotive applications by offering the ‘industry’s best’ combination of safety assurance and … Continue reading

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