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Wake Forest University David Carroll is a nanotechnologist working on a simple material that he thinks will soon be a part of everything you own. Carroll's research group at Wake Forest University developed a flexible fabric that makes electricity
Handy Microscope This lightweight and easy-to-use microscope offers up to 200X magnification. It has a 2MP sensor that records stills and video which can be directly saved to a computer. It also has 8 LEDs built-in, which combined with the microscope'
today introduced three wide-input voltage synchronous boost controllers with high efficiency and high power density. The LM5122Q multi-phase boost controller features the industry's widest input and output voltage range. The low quiescent-current
The 650-mA LM25017, 300-mA LM25018 and 100-mA LM25019 Fly-Buck converters feature constant on-time (COT) control architecture that reduces board space by up to 40 percent when compared with traditional designs that require multiple DC-DC converters.
There is not a lot that sets auxiliary batteries apart from each other. A few more amps here, a few more USB plugs there, and that's about it. DigitalTreasures, though, has taken the trouble to gussy up the basic battery, putting 13,000 mAh of
Quirky has developed two simple and elegant solutions to overcrowded outlets. Quirky Pivot Power first came out two years ago, and was even a Red Dot Award Winner in 2012. It's a flexible surge-protected, multi-power outlet station with six places to
February 11, 2013 Dirt buildup is a problem in many types of production applications, especially where plastic, fiberglass or other materials that have a propensity to develop a static charge are used. It is even more
Rated at 600V, the IRS2980 LEDrivIR TM utilizes hysteretic average current mode control for precise current regulation...The converter is compatible with electronic PWM dimming allowing for 0%-100% current control...Available in an SO-8 package, the
Popular Now 9 hrs ago The APU can only produce so much current and so much voltage at a given rpm...A battery can only produce a given voltage by the laws of physics and chemistry. Wiring can only handle a maximum voltage or current according to
and an industry leader in the design and manufacture of industrial and medical power supplies, today announces that its Director of Field Technical Support, Lorenzo Cividino, will speak on the latest international standards in safety and performance