A cup holder that wirelessly charges electronic devices in a 3D space has been developed by the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute in South Korea.
Deakin University scientists have been working to process energy-storing sheets of 'MXene' — a nanoscopic material made of carbon and titanium — into knittable fibres. The goal of their research? To create clothing fibres that can store energy.
The compact PIC240.241D power supply, by PULS, is the latest addition to the PIANO series. It has many useful characteristics, including an efficiency level of 94.8% and a lifetime of 74,000 h.
MORNSUN has announced its HO1 series power supply, offering high-voltage output to address applications of portable devices with ultrasonic technology as well as electrostatic printing, high voltage bias, industrial control, the medical chemical industry, scientific experiments etc.
WAGO's EPSITRON ECO Power series offers a series of DIN-rail-mount power supplies for standard 24 VDC applications. The integration of push-in CAGE CLAMP and lever-actuated termination technology makes the ECO models not only fast for installation but also maintenance-free and tool-free.
Keysight Technologies has announced the E36300 Series triple-output programmable DC power supplies. The 80 and 160 W devices feature good performance, a large colour display, an intuitive user interface and modern device connections via LAN (LXI, USB and optional GPIB).
Acromag is now offering its PS5R Slim Line range of nine power supplies with universal voltage inputs.
RECOM's RAC150-G series is a switched-mode power supply (SMPS) with high power density designed for applications operating with limited airflow.
The Phoenix Contact QUINT POWER IV parameterisable power supply ensures the supply of continuous power to suit the exact needs of users, as it is fully configurable.
STMicroelectronics is extending the focus of its eDesignSuite online design environment with the addition of complementing components from Würth Elektronik, a major transformer manufacturer, to help customers complete their new projects quickly and cost-effectively.
Mean Well's LRS series power supplies are single-output, enclosed-type power supplies ranging in power from 35 to 150 W. Compared to the RS series, they are said to deliver better performance in a smaller package.
RECOM has added DIN rail power supply rated at 120 and 240 W to its existing range. The series supports brief peaks of 50% above rating and the modules can be connected in parallel to increase the output power available or for redundancy.
Series SPL electronic loads are direct current floating sinks with power ratings from 200 to 350 W max. The models respectively provide 20/80, 40/80 and 20/200 V max sinking capacity.
The Sorensen DCS150-20E power supply is suitable for a wide range of applications requiring DC power in small form factors.
RECOM's compact RACG100 and RACG150 modules supply 100 or 150 W continuously without active cooling, regardless of whether they are horizontally or vertically mounted.