Re­ne­sas en­ters the mar­ket for CMOS im­age sen­sors

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Re­ne­sas Elec­tron­ics Cor­po­ra­tion has an­nounced a new high-sen­si­tiv­ity, high-res­o­lu­tion 8.48 megapixel (MP) CMOS im­age sen­sor (RAA462113FYL) that sup­ports 4K video cam­eras. In con­junc­tion with the ex­ist­ing Re­ne­sas 2.12 MP prod­uct that is al­ready in mass pro­duc­tion, Re­ne­sas will be pro­vid­ing full-scale sales sup­port for its high-end CMOS im­age sen­sor for net­work se­cu­rity cam­eras. The com­pany also pro­vides a ref­er­ence board that was de­vel­oped to­gether with a cam­era mod­ule man­u­fac­turer to al­low users to eval­u­ate the per­for­mance of the new im­age sen­sor.

X-fac­tor:

• Achieves clear, high-vis­i­bil­ity, full-colour imag­ing even in moon­light.

• Cap­tures clear, high-vis­i­bil­ity images even when 100 dig­i­tal zoom is used, due to its ca­pa­bil­ity to cap­ture high-re­li­a­bil­ity 4K video at 60 fps.

Con­tact: www.re­ne­sas.com

Mi­crochip un­veils next-gen­er­a­tion in-cir­cuit de­bug­ger

Mi­crochip Tech­nol­ogy Inc. has launched the MPLAB ICD 4, an in-cir­cuit pro­gram­ming and de­bug­ging de­vel­op­ment tool for the com­pany’s PIC mi­cro­con­troller and dsPIC dig­i­tal sig­nal con­troller port­fo­lios. The MPLAB ICD 4 in­cludes all the fea­tures of the pop­u­lar MPLAB ICD 3 de­bug­ger while in­creas­ing speed through a faster pro­ces­sor and a higher RAM.

The MPLAB ICD 4’s sig­nif­i­cantly higher speed is ac­com­plished through a 32-bit MCU run­ning at 300MHz. The faster pro­cess­ing, along with an in­creased buf­fer me­mory of 2MB, re­sults in a prod­uct that is up to twice as fast as its pre­de­ces­sor. The

puck-shaped MPLAB ICD 4 is housed in a durable, black case with a brushed alu­minium top and is ac­cented with an LED light strip to in­di­cate the de­bug­ging sta­tus. X-fac­tor:

• A wider tar­get volt­age range, from 1.2V to 5.5V.

• In­tel­li­gent, ro­bust interface with fault de­tec­tion, im­mu­nity and JTAG de­bug­ging ca­pa­bil­ity.

• Con­fig­urable interface speed for op­ti­mised pro­gram­ming and de­bug­ging. Con­tact: www.mi­crochip.com

Kingston launches KC1000 NVMe PCIe SSD in In­dia

Kingston has launched its new KC1000 NVMe PCIe SSD in In­dia, which will be avail­able in se­lect re­tail and e-re­tail stores in the coun­try. Ac­cord­ing to the com­pany, the KC1000 is the per­fect so­lu­tion to meet the needs of me­dia and de­sign pro­fes­sion­als, gam­ing en­thu­si­asts and any­one who needs ul­tra-low la­tency stor­age per­for­mance to end data bot­tle­necks.

The high-per­for­mance SSD sup­ports the PCIe Gen3 x4 interface and the lat­est NVMe pro­to­col.

It is built for the power user, pro­vid­ing lowla­tency per­for­mance boost for re­source-de­mand­ing ap­pli­ca­tions in­clud­ing high-res­o­lu­tion video edit­ing, data vi­su­al­i­sa­tion, gam­ing and other data in­ten­sive work­load en­vi­ron­ments where tra­di­tional stor­age so­lu­tions are un­able to keep pace with data de­mand. X-fac­tor:

• Over 2x faster than SATA-based SSDs and over 40x faster than a 7200RPM hard-disk drive. • Pro­vides ac­cel­er­ated boot and load speeds, in­creases se­quen­tial read/write per­for­mance, and of­fers im­proved en­durance and en­ergy ef­fi­ciency.

Con­tact: www.kingston.com

Artesyn MaxCore Mi­cro pro­vides a cost­ef­fec­tive and versatile com­pute and ac­cel­er­a­tion plat­form

Artesyn Em­bed­ded Tech­nolo­gies has launched a com­pact, new com­pute and ac­cel­er­a­tion plat­form that’s versatile enough for ap­pli­ca­tions rang­ing from small cell base­band pro­cess­ing, scal­able video stream­ing/ en­cod­ing, video sur­veil­lance and ‘bump-in-the-wire’ mon­i­tor­ing to in­dus­trial com­put­ing. The MaxCore Mi­cro is a cost-ef­fec­tive, en­ter­prise-class chas­sis, which holds a host server card and con­tains an ad­di­tional slot for any PCI Ex­press add-in card.

Its form fac­tor al­lows three chas­sis to be fit­ted side-by-side in a 48.26cm rack. The plat­form can be de­ployed in a wide range of en­vi­ron­ments—from a 48.26cm rack to be­ing wall-mounted.

X-fac­tor:

• Sup­ported by switch­less PCIe con­nec­tiv­ity be­tween the slots at up to 50Gbps, with the wide avail­abil­ity of off-the-shelf PCIe add-in cards.

Con­tact: www.artesyn.com

TI’s new SoCs drive down the cost of mul­ti­pro­to­col in­dus­trial Eth­er­net com­mu­ni­ca­tion

The AMIC110 SoC is a multi-pro­to­col in­dus­trial com­mu­ni­ca­tion pro­ces­sor that pro­vides a ready-touse so­lu­tion sup­port­ing more than 10 in­dus­trial Eth­er­net and field­bus com­mu­ni­ca­tion stan­dards. The de­vice is based on the ARM Cor­tex-A8 pro­ces­sor, pe­riph­er­als and in­dus­trial interface op­tions. It also sup­ports high-level op­er­at­ing sys­tems (HLOS), Linux and TI-RTOS. The AMIC110 mi­cro­pro­ces­sor is an ideal com­pan­ion com­mu­ni­ca­tions chip to the C2000 fam­ily of mi­cro­con­trollers for con­nected drives.

X-fac­tor:

• Flex­i­ble 8-bit and 16-bit asyn­chro­nous me­mory interface with up to seven chip se­lects (NAND, NOR, Muxed-NOR, SRAM).

• Equipped with the power, re­set and clock man­age­ment (PRCM) mod­ule that con­trols the en­try and exit of standby and deep-sleep modes.

Con­tact: www.ti.com

AC three-phase four-wire fil­ter from El­com In­ter­na­tional

El­com has launched its AC three-phase, four-wire fil­ter with a screw ter­mi­nal, and it’s called the EP 355 screw se­ries. This stan­dard model of the EP 355 screw se­ries of fil­ters is avail­able for cur­rent rat­ings start­ing from 3A to 250A. An in­built surge sup­pres­sor is also avail­able with this model.

Fil­ters with cur­rent rat­ings from 50A to 250A are mostly re­quired in gen­eral-pur­pose, four-wire fil­ter­ing, main­frame com­puter sys­tems, UPS sys­tems, etc. For fil­ter mod­els with the rat­ing of 50A, the in­put-out­put con­nec­tion is done by the screw lead M6 ter­mi­nals (torque: max­i­mum 15kg-cm).

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