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What are solar panels?
Solar panels are solar photovoltaic modules/arrays that use solar cells to convert light from the sun into electricity. The term is sometimes used to refer to solar thermal collectors that use the sun's energy to heat water or other fluids.
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2008-07-01 LCD, plasma successors make headway
LCDs and plasma screens may be the dominant choice for TV sets today, and LCDs the displays of choice for almost every other application, but a pair of upstart technologies is vying to replace them.
2011-03-16 Japan quake raises concerns over electronics supply chain
According to analysts, the devastating earthquake that hit Japan, a key source of chips supporting CE devices, could lead to production decrease, phenomenal price swings and large near-term shortages.
2008-03-05 Infineon debuts 900V superjunction MOSFETs
Infineon has introduced what it claims as the industry's first 900V superjunction MOSFETs designed for high-efficiency SMPS apps.
2007-12-20 India's foundry policy attracts applicants
India's semiconductor and electronics manufacturing policy has attracted applicants. Three firms have formally applied, while more than a dozen other firms have made enquiries.
2012-06-01 HP lab test claims to lower data center power
The HP Net-Zero Energy data center techniques cut total power use by 30 percent and reduced use of the utility grid by nearly 80 percent in HP Labs tests.
2008-05-22 GSEDA seeks exciting electronic designs in Asia
Nominations are now open for the 2008 GSEDA, which seeks to recognize new and innovative electronic designs made in Asia.
2006-09-21 Fab in Sharp's Kameyama plant features "environmental design"
Sharp Corp. showcased its Kameyama Plant No. 2 on Sept. 19, an extensive facility that features the industry's first 8G fab and an experimental fab with an environmental design.
2014-02-14 EE Times Asia's top products of 2013
Here are ten of the most read product announcements in 2013 among EE Times Asia's community of engineers.
2013-06-06 Cui launches DC-DC converters for power IGBT gate drivers
The VQA series of DC-DC converters operates at 20kHz over an operating temperature range of -40 to 85C and come in a compact, internally-potted 8-pin SIP case measuring 19.5x9.8x12.5mm.
2009-02-05 Creating a resource efficient home
If I were designing a new resource efficient home right now here are the things I would focus on.
2005-01-06 China sees big opportunities in wireless
The global growth in innovation is moving closer to the consumerswith wireless as the primary driver.
2013-11-28 Building better barriers through flawless moisture detection
Developed by the Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the NREL Electric Calcium Test (e-Ca) uses unique design elements to measure corrosion from water using calcium.
2011-03-01 Asian electronics growth boosts connector demand
Electronics Demand is being driven by technology-advanced features consumers want, pent-up demand for new infrastructure and the thrust toward sustainability. And Asia is the center of major engagements.
2008-07-08 Applied funding arm to build more Indian IC firms
The investment arm of IC tool vendor Applied Materials Inc. has invested in two Indian companies and is considering two additional investments this year.
2009-12-23 Analyst: CES 2010 will be a battle of applications
Innovations are expected to grace the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show scheduled next month with 3D DVD players, 3D TVs, smart phones and new devices designed for emerging markets.
2009-02-27 AC vs. DCThe Westinghouse/Edison War Continues
There is a silent movement to move back to DC power. I seriously doubt that Edison will finally win the war which is pretty much over at this point. But as applications for DC emerge in the home a master DC home gateway may one day show up in your garage.
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