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July, 2020


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Würth Combines Wireless Charging with Near Field Communication (NFC)


Waldenburg, Germany — Würth Elektronik has expanded its portfolio of wireless power coils. WE-WPCC WPT/NFC com- bines wireless power transmission with near field communica- tion (NFC). Other new additions to the range of wireless power transfer coils include a high-power coil with 400W output and a flat version. The flat version uses two coils with heights of 0.11 and 0.12 in. (2.8 and 3.1 mm) and are only half as high as those of other transmitter coils. The WE-WPCC’s NFC coil enables data rates up to 848 kb/s


and the WPT coil allows wireless power transmission output up to 100W. Data can be transferred while wirelessly charging sensors, smartphones, wearables, cameras, and other devices. The coil combination in the compact PET sleeve with an


adhesive surface can be used according to the Qi (5 and 15W) and AirFuel Alliance standards, as well as


New Deep Learning Vision System from Cognex


Natick, MA — Cognex has launched its In-Sight® D900, a vision system powered by In-Sight ViDi™ software, designed specifically for deep learn- ing applications. This embedded solution helps factory automation customers easily solve challenging OCR, assembly verification and defect detection applications that are often too difficult to deploy with tra- ditional, rule-based machine vision tools and require reliable, fast and consistent results not possible with human inspection.


WE-WPCC WPT/NFC wireless power transfer coil.


in proprietary solutions with higher power. The transmitter is equally suitable for consumer elec- tronics and industrial applications. Stranded wire and high-quality ferrite


material ensure maximum energy transmission efficiency and the high permeability of the shielding concentrates the magnetic field and protects sensitive electronics and batteries from


interference signals. Contact: Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH &


Co. KG, Max-Eyth-Strasse 1, 74638 Waldenburg, Germany % +49-7942-945-5186 E-mail: sarah.hurst@we-online.de Web: www.we-online.de


Cognex In-Sight D900 vision system. In-Sight ViDi applications are


included in the smart camera with- out the need for a PC, making deep learning technology accessible to non-programmers. It uses the In- Sight software platform to simplify application development and factory integration. The In-Sight D900 deciphers


badly deformed, skewed and poorly etched codes using OCR. The ViDi read tool works right out of the box, dramat- ically reducing development time, due to a pre-trained deep learning font library. Once the region of interest and the character size are set, the system is ready. In situations where new charac- ters are introduced, this tool can be re- trained to read application-specific characters that traditional OCR tools


are not able to decode. Contact: Cognex, One Vision


Drive, Natick, MA 01760 % 855-426-4639


E-mail: contactus@cognex.com Web: www.cognex.com


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