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Wireless Charging Made Easy with the STWLC33

356 Views April 3, 2017

We have all experienced it – our smartwatch battery runs out but our cell phone is fully charged. Wouldn’t it be great to be able to transfer some power between these devices until you can get home and plug in: on-the-go wireless charging? Well now you can.

The STWLC33 wireless power receiver also adds transmit capabilities to a receiving coil, thereby …

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by Pamela Mccracken

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L5963 : All-in-One Solution To Power In-Car USB Ports and Hubs

546 Views March 24, 2017

USB ports are now an integral part of any automobile’s interior, and the L5963 regulator plays an immense role by enabling smaller, and more efficient designs, while preventing interference. Today, the USB controller manages ports used for charging devices, and handles data transfers to and from the infotainment unit. After all, as cars integrate systems that look more and …

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by olm_writer

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Wireless Charging for Wearables Made Flexible, Efficient, and Easy

698 Views October 4, 2016

From cars to cellphones, batteries are on everyone’s mind. Ironically, this component that was once overlooked can now make or break a design and a reputation. To complicate things, the increased popularity of wearable and IoT devices means engineers face a new set of challenges and restrictions. Batteries and their charging solutions must be smaller, more efficient, denser, without needing …

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VIPerPlus: Biting the Competition with a Family of High-Voltage Converters Made for All Designs

524 Views June 18, 2016

ST’s VIPerPlus series of high-voltage converters combines an 800 V avalanche-rugged power MOSFET with a pulse width-modulator, and targets a wide variety of power supply circuits found in home appliances, home automation, power adapters, consumer products and automobiles, among others. Many features differentiate these families from their competitors and we will highlight three of them in this post: the avalanche-rugged design certified …

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by Colin Long

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