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2007-11-16 8bit MCUs combine CAN interface, EEPROM, debug tools
Freescale has unveiled the S08D family of 8bit MCUs, touted to be first to integrate a CAN interface, EEPROM and on-chip emulation/debug tools.
2006-01-16 Virtual instrumentation for user-defined measurement
Virtual instrumentation expands into the control and design sectors, ensuring user-defined systems on an open framework
2010-10-27 Power protection controllers combine hot swap, digital monitoring
Texas Instruments debuts new controllers with hot swap control and digital current monitoring
2015-07-21 Utilising FRAMs in automotive applications
FRAMs can be used for nonvolatile data logging in most automotive sub systems. This technical article discusses the use of FRAM in Automotive Event Data Recorders
2012-02-21 Transceivers boast 20dBm output power for RF ICs
The Si446x EZRadioPRO from Silicon Labs is geared for smart meters, security and home automation systems, industrial control systems and sensor networks.
2013-01-25 Smart homes to zone in on energy management
Multi-application systems that will focus on energy management in the home will be the highest deployed over the next four years
2012-06-18 SimMechanics 4.0 uses 3D animation for analysis
MathWorks' SimMechanics 4.0 modeling tool helps engineers detect integration issues between electrical, mechanical, and control systems early in the development process
2010-05-27 Router, switch equipped for smart grid
Cisco Systems is rolling out its first router and switch designed for the needs of electric utility substations
2005-07-12 Renesas 32bit CISC MCU packs peripherals for automotive apps
Renesas Technology's new 40MHz H8SX/1544F microcontroller is aimed at simplifying and improving the design of embedded automotive in-vehicle systems
2014-12-15 Realigning test strategies for Internet of Things
The IoT brings with it the possibility of building much larger-scale systems, but it also raises a number of issues for effective validation and verification. Read more about these in this article
2006-05-18 Real-time remote Java controller to address myriad enterprise applications
The JNIB device will provide a Java environment from end-to-end for industrial, automation, security, logistics, RFID and facilities control applications
2015-09-24 PLC teardown reveals industrial ruggedness, flexibility
The Allen-Bradley Micro850 PLC costs around $500 yet is symbolic of the high level of ruggedness configurability, isolation performance and ease of use that keeps PLCs strong in factory automation
2010-07-01 Passive MEMS, actuators to keep cars safe
The next generation of car automation will be equipped by passive MEMS sensors with active actuators that will increasingly "drive" cars in hazardous situations to avoid accidents, experts said
2006-08-07 NI brings CAD designs to motion in minutes
National Instruments recently released NI Motion Assistant 2.0, the latest version of the interactive software for prototyping single- and multi-axis motion control systems
2004-03-08 Motorola processors provide multiple connectivity peripherals
The MCF547x and MCF548x families of ColdFire microprocessors from Motorola enable simultaneous control, connectivity and security
2008-04-17 LCD processors include touchscreen controller
Freescale has released ColdFire LCD microprocessors with an integrated touch-screen controller to help accelerate deployment of touch-based control in industrial human-machine interface applications
2013-04-23 IXYS rolls out 350V SSR in 8-pin SOIC package
IXYS latest device features 120mA maximum load current and 30Ohms of maximum on-resistance with 2mA of input trigger control current
2009-04-09 Industrial controller packs Intel Core Duo processor
The newest controller from National Instruments Corp.the NI 3110features an Intel SL9JT L2400 1.66GHz Core Duo processor. With this industrial controller, engineers have a control system for multithreaded applications that require dual-core processing and analysis
2003-06-30 Ethernet hits the auto factory floor
General Motors' decision to use Ethernet on the floor of a new automotive engine plant in New York points to the incremental progress of Ethernet in factory automation
2007-10-18 Enablement platform targets embedded mass market
Wind River Systems and Freescale have introduced an enablement platform that promises to address growth opportunities in the embedded mass market
2011-03-14 Digital input interface tips 500VAC
Infineon's ISO1I811T and ISO1I813T digital input devices offer an integrated galvanic isolation of 500VAC for industrial control and automation systems.
2005-04-08 ZigBee seminar well attended
During the Embedded Systems Forum at the ESC-China 2005, the CEO of Chipcon AG discussed the development trends of ZigBee, and announced products that are specifically targeted at this market
2008-03-31 Zensys receives funding from Panasonic's venture group
Z-wave wireless home control standard developer Zensys has secured investment from Panasonic's venture group
2002-04-12 WIZnet releases serial-to-Ethernet gateway module
The IGM7100 serial-to-Ethernet converter from WIZnet Inc., enables legacy systems with serial ports to share and transfer data to devices using the Internet via TCP/IP
2015-03-20 Wireless MCU extends range of smart home devices
The JN5169 from NXP for smart home and smart lighting flaunts what it claims as a market-first NFC-commissioning option that allows users to connect systems intuitively in a single tap
2010-03-12 Wireless comm processor ups security with WPA2
Rabbit, a Digi International brand is offering the Rabbit 6000 embedded wireless communications and control SoC targeted for industrial automation applications
2008-04-09 Wind River opens Israel R&D center
An R&D center has been opened in Ra'anana, Israel, by embedded OS provider Wind River Systems Inc
2005-01-28 Wind River acquires ScopeTools unit from Real-Time
Wind River Systems has acquired the ScopeTools business unit of its long-standing partner Real-Time Innovations Inc. for $10 million in cash and stock
2013-05-09 Why stitch and ship is no longer workable
As the systems change, the stitch and ship methodology is leading to increased numbers of costly failures
2005-08-25 Weidmuller's Ethernet solution addresses reliability
Weidmuller developed what it claims as a highly reliable and complete industrial Ethernet solution in response to the process control and manufacturing automation industry's need to minimize unplanned downtime and associated losses in production
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