New Products

FSPN50 Phase Noise Analyzer

With the latest model of the R&S FSPN phase noise analyzer and VCO tester, Rohde & Schwarz (Munich, Germany) extends the frequency range for measurements from the previous maximum of 26.5 GHz up to 50 GHz. The R&S FSPN provides both high speed measurements and also accuracy for characterizing sources such as synthesizers, VCOs, OCXOs and DROs. Since a trade-off between increasing speed of test and higher accuracy is inevitable, users can choose the setting best suiting their application. This makes the R&S FSPN an ideal solution not only for production test, but also for many oscillator development requirements.

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Universal Clearcoat System

Sherwin-Williams (Andover, KS) is introducing a new universal clearcoat: Aerospace Clearcoat (CM0ACC201). This high-gloss, durable product delivers maximum results in terms of appearance and protection and also provides versatile application options, from flexible wet edge times to fast repairs. Aerospace Clearcoat can be used over all Sherwin-Williams basecoats (such as SKY-scapes® basecoats, Jet Glo® Express and Acry Glo), as well as over properly prepared dry topcoat systems (such as Acry Glo products). It’s capable of handling a variety of aircraft sizes and types and provides simple, quick repairs with the Accelerator (CMO8181HJR).

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SWIR Camera

SWIR Vision Systems (Durham, NC) introduces the Acuros GO 6 MP SWIR camera, a groundbreaking handheld mirrorless camera featuring the company’s high-resolution Colloidal Quantum Dot SWIR sensor technology. The Acuros GO provides users with unprecedented flexibility, portability, and performance for diverse imaging applications and markets including defense, law enforcement, first responder applications, agricultural imaging, industrial vision, scientific, and consumer photography. The SWIR capabilities of the Acuros GO make it valuable for imaging through degraded visual environments such as rain, snow, haze, smog, smoke, and dust.

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30 kW Wireless Charging System

Delta Electronics (Hoofddorp, The Netherlands) announced its new M∞Vair 30 kW Wireless Charging System, which has recently obtained Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approval and METus* certification. The M∞Vair 30 kW model boasts 95 percent contactless power conversion efficiency and can be applied to large industrial e-vehicles, such as electric forklifts, heavy-load AGVs, yard trucks, and airport ground support equipment. Delta’s M∞Vair Series Wireless Charging Systems adopt industrial wireless charging technology, which is licensed by WiTricity, a U.S. wireless charging technology company.

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Space Grade EMI Filters

Spectrum Control (Fairview, PA) introduces Space Grade EMI filters that meet the stringent requirements of existing and emerging space technologies. Available in feed-thru, Pi, L circuits in panel mount and surface mount packages (SMT), the EMI filters deliver high reliability and durability in satellite systems, spacecraft, antenna arrays, launch systems, orbital infrastructure, surveillance and tracking, ground transmission, and ground communications and networks.

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APTNS-13181 Network Security Appliance

American Portwell (Fremont, CA) announces APTNS- 13181 as the latest member of its APTNS network computing hardware platform product family. Built with the Intel® Xeon® D-2700 processor series (formerly Ice Lake-D HCC) in the high-core-count SoC package, Portwell’s APTNS-13181 network security appliance, features a compact 1U 19-inch rackmount platform, and delivers advanced performance optimized for high-density compute and energy efficiency.

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STM32 Microprocessors

STMicroelectronics (Geneva, Switzerland) is releasing new devices from the second generation of its industrial microprocessors (MPUs), the STM32MP2 series, to drive future progress in smart factories, smart healthcare, smart buildings, and smart infrastructure. Architected for demanding and time-sensitive workloads, AI inferencing, and communication, and featuring state-of-the-art cyber security, the STM32MP2 MPUs are built to withstand up to 10-years’ continuous operation.

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Over the Air Test for NB-NTN

Keysight Technologies (Santa Rosa, CA) and ETS-Lindgren announce an industry-first over-the-air (OTA) test solution for devices supporting the narrowband non-terrestrial networks (NB-NTN) technology. Non-terrestrial networks (NTN), a feature of 3GPP Release 17 (Rel-17), enables cellular communications to be delivered by satellite, providing secure, reliable, and high bandwidth coverage to isolated locations globally. Working in close partnership, Keysight and ETS-Lindgren developed a joint OTA test solution for measuring and validating the transmitter / receiver performance of devices supporting NB-NTN.

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IPC 2010 Industrial Computer

Emerson (Round Rock, TX) announced the new PACSystems™ IPC 2010 Compact Industrial PC (IPC), a rugged industrial computer designed to handle a wide range of machine and discrete part manufacturing automation applications. The new solution is designed to serve manufacturing sites and OEM machine builders who need a ruggedized, compact, durable IPC to cost-effectively support their Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and other digital transformation initiatives.

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SOLO L Tooling

HEULE (Cincinnati, OH) has introduced SOLO L tooling for spot facing and counterboring projects over 25 mm. Front and back counterbores up to 1.95×bore diameter can be produced in bores ranging from 25.0mm – 45.0mm in diameter. SOLO L features a simple, reliable design which functions without an anti-rotation device, change in spindle rotation, coolant pressure, or Contact mechanism. This sealed system prevents coolant contamination, and the pin-driven cutting blade, which moves in and out radially, prevents chips from jamming the system.

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SoM1-SOC

After the successful launch of PolarBerry, the first System-on-Module (SoM) SBC based on PolarFire ® System-on-Chip Field Programmable Gate Array (SoC FPGA), Microchip Technology (Chandler, AZ) received a lot of positive feedback and demand for a more powerful and versatile SOM based on the same technology. We announced our new product: SoM1-SOC, an innovative system-on-module that uses the Microchip PolarFire SoC FPGA, which combines a low-power FPGA with a 64-bit, Linux-capable RISC-V processor. This module offers a high level of security, performance and efficiency for embedded systems development.

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Advanced Video Processor

Teledyne FLIR (Goleta, CA) announced Teledyne FLIR AVP, an advanced video processor designed to power Teledyne FLIR’s Prism™ AI and computational imaging at the edge. The AVP incorporates the latest Qualcomm QCS8550, the most advanced mobile processor chip from the leader in mobile, automotive, and robotics system-on-chip (SoC) technology. The AVP provides best-in-class artificial intelligence (AI) performance within a small, lightweight, and low-power module for thermal and visible camera integration into unmanned aerial vehicles, robots, small gimbals, handheld devices, and fixed-mounted security systems. AVP runs the Teledyne FLIR Prism AI and ISP software libraries and interfaces with the Boson® and Neutrino® thermal infrared imaging camera modules and a wide range of popular visible cameras.

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Flow Developer

Velo3D (Fremont, CA) announced the release of Developer, a new offering made available in the company’s Flow print preparation software that unlocks full transparency and control of the parameters used in the 3D printing process. With the flexibility of Flow Developer, users can transfer their experience and knowledge from previous projects, develop new material processes, and control their optimization objectives. This greatly simplifies the migration of additive manufacturing projects to Velo3D’s fully integrated solution.

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RF Edge Launch Connectors

Samtec (New Albany, IN) has released a new line of RF edge launch connectors with a narrow body design that is 33 percent smaller than traditional edge launch connectors. These connectors are commonly used in a lab setting for high-frequency test and measurement applications, high-speed digital component test and evaluation boards. Frequency capabilities are DC to 67 GHz (185-EL Series), DC to 50 GHz (240-EL Series) and DC to 40 GHz (292-EL Series). Interface types include 1.85 mm, 2.40 mm and 2.92 mm.

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SGRBX DC-DC Converter

VPT, Inc. (Blacksburg, VA) announces the release of the first-ever configurable box solution featuring state-of-the-art GaN technology: the SGRBX. Housing up to four award-winning SGRB DC-DC converter slices within its framework, the SGRBX delivers up to 1600 watts of output power. Utilizing the SGRB’s advanced fixed frequency, reduced voltage switching topology, the SGRBX has extremely low input and output noise. In addition, the SGRBX features an integrated EMI filter, guaranteed TID performance to 100 krad (Si) including ELDRS, SEE performance to 85 MeV/mg/cm2, and high efficiency up to 96 percent.

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Quantic™ X MMICs

Four of mmTron’s (Redwood City, CA) broadband, high performance distributed amplifier MMICs are now available from Quantic X-Microwave as X-MWblocks®, enabling quick and easy prototyping of systems.With their wide frequency range, these distributed amplifiers are well-suited for electronic warfare and instrumentation. They are also useful as gain blocks in many systems, offering high, flat gain and well-matched to 50 Ω at input and output.

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Fanless Industrial Computers

Sealevel Systems (Liberty, SC) announces a new family of computers, the Flexio Fanless Industrial Embedded Computers. Fueled by a Quad-core Intel Atom or Core processor, Flexio computers are intentionally designed to provide power, connectivity, and performance. This combination makes the Flexio an ideal controller for automation, point-of-sale, test and measurement, medical, and security applications. With support for DIN rail or VESA mounting, the Flexio Fanless Industrial Embedded Computer is designed for easy installation in existing frameworks and for new system integrations as well.

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