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2004-03-12 Sipex LDM engineered for DVD video players
The SP8110 laser diode modulator from Sipex features two output channels and a 400MHz on-chip adjustable oscillator.
2003-09-15 Sipex laser diode driver offers three channels
Sipex Corp. has released its first laser diode driver, the SP8107.
2002-07-26 Sipex drives up to 6 white LEDs
The SP6682 LED driver drives up to 6 white LEDs in parallel and features AutoBoost capability to deliver high efficiency and constant brightness over a wide voltage range.
2003-12-29 Sipex device with up to 20mA current capability
The SPX385-5 from Sipex Corp. is a 1 percent accurate 2-terminal 5V bandgap voltage reference that has a current capability of 20?A to 20mA.
2002-12-05 Sipex dc/dc converter IC draws 12?A
The SP6648 step-up dc/dc converter from Sipex Corp. draws a quiescent current of 12?A, while delivering an output of up to 400mA.
2004-07-19 Sipex dc-dc chip module delivers 6A
Sipex's SP7652 device is the first of the company's new PowerBlox family of ultra-miniature high-current dc-dc buck regulators.
2006-10-05 Sipex closes Milpitas fab, moves prod to China and Taiwan
Sipex has closed its Milpitas wafer fabrication operations and the products formerly manufactured in it will now be manufactured in China and Taiwan.
2004-05-26 Sipex charge pump consumes 60?A
Sipex has launched a micro power inverting charge pump that is specifically designed to operate from battery input voltages ranging from 2.4V to 5.5V.
2003-06-13 Sipex buck regulator reduces layout area by 40 percent
Sipex has announced the release of SP6655 buck regulator that is suitable for PDAs, MP3 players, cellphones, and other portable applications.
2002-10-25 Sipex buck regulator exhibits 98 percent efficiency
The SP6651A 800mA synchronous buck regulator from Sipex exhibits a 98 percent efficiency that ensures longer battery operating life in Li-ion-powered PDAs.
2003-06-03 Sipex boost regulator eyes PDAs, digital cams
Sipex Corp. has released the SP4446 micropower boost regulator that is suitable for use in PDAs and digital cameras.
2003-12-31 Sipex boost converter drives up to 8 serial LEDs
Sipex Corp. has expanded its portfolio of power management products with the release of the SP6691 that is designed for use in battery powered devices.
2002-04-04 Sipex APCs target CD/DVD storage systems
Designed for use in combination drives that feature CD-RW and DVD-RW capabilities, the SP8024, SP8025, and SP8026 APC ICs provide a differential 2V output swing and drive over 50pF of capacitance, while maintaining a slew rate >250V/5s and settling time of <20ns.
2005-09-08 Sipex announces Chinese strategic alliance
Sipex Corp. has signed a strategic relationship agreement with Hangzhou Silan Integrated Circuit Co. Ltd (Silan-IC). As part of the planned relationship, Sipex will close its Milpitas wafer fabrication operations.
2006-12-12 Transceivers include power-saving function
Sipex has announced four advanced RS-232 transceivers that incorporate the Auto On-line Plus power-saving function.
2006-10-05 Transceivers feature advanced power saving function
Sipex has announced two new RS-232 transceivers said to be the first to incorporate the Auto On-line Plus advanced power saving function.
2001-05-24 SP504/505 evaluation board manual
This application note describes the SP50x Evaluation Board including configuration instructions for either the SP504 or SP505 multi-protocol transceivers.
2007-03-20 Profibus transceiver features 1/8th load capability
Sipex Corp.'s new Profibus transceiver features a 1/8th load capability that allows up to 256 transceivers on the communication bus without violating the Profibus spec.
2003-09-02 Multiprotocol transceiver offers 20Mbps data rate
Sipex Corp. has introduced what it claims to be the world's only 3V, 8-channel multiprotocol transceiver.
2006-07-04 LDOs operate at 1.6V input voltage
Sipex Corp. has announced the newest additions to its family of precision low dropout linear regulators that operate at a very low 1.6V input voltage.
2005-06-24 Inductorless solutions on the rise
Everyone and everything is being streamlinedorganizational structures, production workforce and even products.
2001-05-24 Designing with the SP505, SP506, & SP507 multi-protocol serial transceivers
This application note discusses and illustrates various configuration options, and other helpful hints about designing with the SP505, SP506 and SP507 multi-protocol serial transceivers.
2005-05-24 Camera-flash driver is one of the brightest
Sipex says its SP6686 current-regulated buck/boost charge pump offers one of the smallest solutions in the industry for white-LED camera flash applications in cellphones.
2006-12-11 Buck regulators deliver up to 12A from a single supply
Sipex has announced synchronous buck switching regulators that deliver up to 12A from a single supply at an input voltage range of 4.5-22V.
2005-02-10 Buck regulator tailored for portable electronic apps
Sipex unveiled a 400mA synchronous buck regulator with logic controlled output voltage selection.
2005-04-12 Buck regulator is the most compact
Sipex Corp.'s SP7653, the newest addition to the company's PowerBlox series of ultraminiature buck regulator ICs, runs at the highest switching frequency in the family to cut overall real-estate requirements by 60 to 70 percent (thanks to a much smaller inductor) compared to its closest family member.
2006-10-17 APC solution targets laser power control in DVD/CD
Sipex has announced the SP8036 APC solution, a single-ended optical power sensor designed for automatic laser power control in DVD and CD recorder applications.
2007-04-24 White LED drivers suit dual-display phones
Suited for dual-display architectures including clamshell phones, the SP6415 white LED driver from Sipex can be configured to automatically turn off the sub-display when the phone is open.
2007-04-11 Single-wire LED flash driver delivers 500mA
Sipex Corp. launched SP7686, a single-wire programmable charge pump LED flash driver capable of driving up to 500mA.
2009-08-14 Nightstand clock gets open-source, Wi-Fi boost
The Chumby is a $200 Wi-Fi-connected personal Internet appliance that gets its information and applications through Chumby's Website following a simple online registration process that opens up access to so-called "widgets."
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