||EEWeb Tech Lab - Okaya OLED Screens
by EEweb - 2015-03-11 14:47 - 85,366 views
Josh from EEWeb Tech Lab shows us a variety of Okaya, single color OLED displays – fixed segment/icon, character and graphic. Some of
these are character displays, designed to show set characters and others are graphic displays, designed to allow for customizable and
||New This Week - March 9, 2015
by EEweb - 2015-03-11 14:40 - 174,045 views
This week we look at Microchip programmable USB power delivery controllers, Kemet F862 series film capacitors, and Taiyo Yuden Bluetooth
||New This Week - March 2, 2015
by EEweb - 2015-03-10 10:39 - 13,252 views
This week we’ll cover a Hittite Fractional-N PLL, a digital gyroscope from Freescale, and NXP’s NTAG NFC IC.
||Tap Tap Tech - Episode 1 - Internet of Things (IoT)
by EEweb - 2015-03-09 16:50 - 9,913 views
Josh shares his thoughts on the Internet of Things movement. Brought to you by OnlineComponents.com.
||New This Week - Feb. 24th, 2015
by EEweb - 2015-03-06 16:28 - 11,384 views
This week we’ll cover TE Connectivity’s ARISO contactless connectivity platform, a Bosch Sensortec digital pressure sensor, and 1200V
IGBTs from International Rectifier.
||Tech Lab - Crouzet Chronos 2
by EEweb - 2015-03-06 16:27 - 58,013 views
We look at Crouzet Control’s Chronos 2 timers, which are available from OnlineComponents.com. The Chronos 2 family is able to address a
wide range of industries and applications due to the various functions and configurations available.
The demo unit I have is made up of three 17.5mm DIN rail modules, but there are also 22.5mm DIN rail industrial modules as well as 35mm
removable industrial modules with an 8 or 11 pin base. The timing function can be set from one-tenth of a second to one hundred hours, and
the timers are available in mono or multifunction models. There are too many functions to cover all of them effectively in a single video, but I
do want to highlight a few that are available in this demo unit.
||Tech Lab - Trinamic TMC5130
by EEweb - 2015-03-06 10:15 - 12,775 views
We review Trinamic’s TMC5130 using their eval driver kit. The TMC5130 is a stepper motor controller as well as motor driver, operating up to
46V and delivering a peak amperage of 2.5A. This driver utilizes Trinamic’s stealthChop driver technology which provides a unique waveform
shape giving nearly completely silent motor operation.
||New This Week - February 16, 2015
by EEweb - 2015-03-05 17:12 - 7,257 views
This week we’ll discuss Cree’s XLamp MH-B High-Power LEDs, Microchip’s 3DTouchPad, and low voltage rail-to-rail op amps from On Semiconductor.
||New This Week - Feb. 9 2015
by EEweb - 2015-03-05 16:51 - 10,793 views
This week we have Freescale’s Xtrinsic accelerometers, a Maxim active clamp PWM controller, and a high voltage pulser from STMicro.
||EEWeb Tech Trends - Micromo
by EEweb - 2015-03-04 11:03 - 11,570 views