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Allegro MicroSystems - 0 to 50 A Integrated Current Sensor ICs
Allegro offers a unique solution for current sensing through the development of
proprietary packaging that employs flip-chip technology. This technology ...
Current Sensor ICs (Isolator) - Allegro MicroSystems
Allegro MicroSystems, LLC has developed a line of fully integrated Hall-effect
current sensor and Hall-effect linear integrated circuits that provide highly
accurate ...
Current Sense Amplifiers | Overview | Amplifiers |
TI current sense amplifiers provide high-precision, low-cost current measurement
and power measurement by amplifying the differential voltage drop across a ...
C Series Current Input Module - National Instruments
The NI C Series Current Input Module provides current measurements for
CompactDAQ and CompactRIO systems.
LEM Website - Products
Isolated current and voltage measurement with instantaneous current or voltage
output. Non contact or with integrated conductor or clip-on current measurement
Current Sense Power / Current Monitors | Products | Current Sense ...
TI helps you find the right current sense current and power monitor products for
your system design using a wide variety of commonly used parameters.
Products for Current Sense Amplifiers Analog Output
TI helps you find the right current sense amplifier analog output products for your
system design using a wide variety of commonly used parameters.
ACS712: Fully Integrated, Hall-Effect-Based Linear Current Sensor
The Allegro ACS712 provides economical and precise solutions for AC or DC
current sensing in industrial, commercial, and communications systems.
Current Exam List - Cisco
Current Exams and Exam Outlines. Passing one or more exams is the
requirement for achieving certification and, in most cases, for recertification. The
following ...
Allegro MicroSystems - 50 to 200 A Integrated Current Sensor ICs
The Allegro high current sensor IC packages are fully integrated current sensor
solutions that provide high accuracy and reliability. These sensors are ...
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It is every car driver’s nightmare scenario to be involved in an accident and unable to call for assistance. Injury or shock means that in many car accidents, even relatively minor ones, those involved are often reliant on a witness to make an emergency call, and in very rural areas, it might be hours before help arrives. However, a recent decision by the European Parliament to mandate an automatic-emergency-call alert system in all new cars and light vans sold within the EU from 31st March 2018 – eCall – means that ambulance crews and rescue services will reach the scene faster, potentially saving lives and reducing the severity of injuries.
Time has a habit of accelerating as a deadline draws closer. At least, it often feels that way. The transition from having plenty of time to having nowhere near enough time to get everything done can happen in the blink of an eye. It can be a nasty shock. If you’re already rushing to meet year-end deadlines, you’ll know the feeling. For OEMs that integrate external power supplies into their end-design, an even more important milestone awaits in early 2016.
Electrical fuses were originally developed to help protect telegraph stations from lightning strikes. These first fuses were simple, open-wire devices, followed in the 1890s by Edison’s enclosure of thin wire in a lamp base to make the first plug fuse. By 1904, Underwriters Laboratories had established size and rating specifications to meet safety standards. Renewable type fuses and automotive fuses appeared in 1914. In the 1920s, manufacturers began producing very low amperage fuses for the burgeoning electronics industry. Today, the fuses used in electrical/electronic circuits are current sensitive devices designed to serve as the intentional weak link in the circuit. Their function is to provide protection of discrete components, or of complete circuits, by reliably melting under current overload conditions, much like those first fuses used at telegraph stations.
Safeguarding against damaging load dump with proven circuit protection technologies.
Car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure communications, summarily called C2X, is one of the big technology projects currently under development in the automotive and IT industries. The Fraunhofer Institute for communication technology systems now has developed a configurable C2X system which shows the basic structure of future C2X services.