Energous elevates IoT wireless power networks to higher level of performance with 2W PowerBridge transmitter

Energous  launched a new 2 Watt conducted power transmitter, which addresses the growing power demands from the rapidly expanding IoT ecosystem across supply chain, logistics, retail, industrial and agricultural industries. The 2W PowerBridge transmitter doubles the energizing capability of Energous’ 1W transmitter

ProTek Devices’ TVS array delivers board level circuit protection in mobile devices

ProTek Devices has introduced a high powered transient voltage suppressor array (TVS array) for board level circuit protection in mobile devices, USB fast charging voltage Buses, in batteries, and in industrial equipment. The new TVS array is designed to protect sensitive electronics from damage or latch-up due to electrical overstress, lightning, CDE, and ESD. The PVCOM24 offers a fast response time, a low operating voltage, low leakage current, and a low clamping voltage. It is compatible with IEC standards 61000- (ESD): air plus or minus 30kV, contact plus or minus30kV; with 61000-4-4 (EFT): 4kV - 5/50ns; and with 61000-4-5 (surge): 37A, 8/20 microseconds. It features 1,600 Watts peak pulse power per line (typical = 8/20 microseconds), unidirectional configuration and it has a high peak pulse current capability. The PVCOM24 is also RoHS and REACH compliant. The PVCOM24 is available in a DFN22 package with an approximate weight of just three milligrams. This is a similar size package to a SOD-532 or 1.6mm x 0.8mm. It has lead free plating and a solder reflow temperature (pure-tin – Sn,

SigmaSense partners with NXP Semiconductors to meet the heightened demands of future sensing systems

SigmaSense announced a license and co-development with NXP® Semiconductors to lead in the transition from traditional touch interfaces to multi-dimensional sensing capable of revolutionizing user experiences. SigmaSense has licensed technology to NXP, and the companies will collaborate on high-performance sensing products for specific applications with demands for faster, more robust, fully immersive software-defined experiences. “The next generation of smart devices and applications are