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  • Digi International: 3 REASONS YOU SHOULD CONSIDER EMBEDDED CELLULAR CONNECTIVITY

    Digi International: 3 REASONS YOU SHOULD CONSIDER EMBEDDED CELLULAR CONNECTIVITY

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    The following is an excerpt from Digi International's recent brief, 5 Reasons You Should Consider Embedded Cellular Technology.

    If you’ve ever considered embedded cellular technology in the past, this brief will quickly highlight some of the key benefits and how the Digi XBee Cellular family can help reduce the cost and complexity of your embedded cellular technology deployment.

  • 1, 2 and 3 watt UL listed AC-DC converters designed for a multitude of applications

    1, 2 and 3 watt UL listed AC-DC converters designed for a multitude of applications

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    January 3, 2017– Montreal, Canada – Aimtec announces the release of the AME1-JZ, AME2-JZ and AME3-CJZ series AC-DC converters: These new series of regulated converters are available in 1, 2 and 3 watt configurations. The 1 & 2 watt series are packaged in a miniature size of only 33.70(l) x 22.20(w) x 18.00(h) mm (1.33 x 0.87 x 0.71 inches). The 3 watt measures 37.00 x 24.50 x 18.00 mm (1.46 x 0.96 x 0.71 inches).

  • New Aimtec converter series features very low capacitive resistance

    New Aimtec converter series features very low capacitive resistance

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    1 and 2 watt DC/DC converter series features very low capacitive resistance

    Aimtec announces a new 2 watt series DC-DC converter, the AM2M-NZ, and also broadens their existing 1 watt series, the AM1M-NZ, with the addition of new models.These new converters feature output voltages with 1500 or 3000VDC input to output isolation tested over a 60 second cycle during manufacturing.

  • Acrosser Technology Plays Significant Role In Building ITS

    Acrosser Technology Plays Significant Role In Building ITS

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    With the increasing needs of Telematics and intelligent traffic system, the demands of new in-vehicle technology are increasing as well.

    In order to establish the intelligent transportation systems (ITS), United States Department of Transportation is planning to regulate all new cars have to equipped with V2V (Vehicle to vehicle communications, a technology allows vehicles to talk to each other, is another high-tech way to avoid collisions) and ADAS (Advanced driver assistance systems, are systems developed to automate/adapt/enhance vehicle systems for safety and better driving) after 2017.