Pack More Punch with the New PWR-01 power supplies


elonic Instruments announce the UK release of the new Kikusui PWR-01 series of wide-range benchtop programmable DC power supplies. The PWR-01 series are

versatile instruments with models offering 400W, 800W, and 1200W rated power output with maximum rated voltages up to 650V. Equipped with a 4-times voltage and current variable ratio, making this one of the most versatile range of DC power supplies on the market today, the PWR-01 provides flexible current and voltage for a variety of applications. Variable internal impedance is a unique new feature that allows for various types of simulations suitable for automotive test and other battery-driven applications as well as solar-panel evaluation. The PWR-01 is also equipped with a soft-start function that limits the inrush current, minimizing any harmful effects to DUTs such as DC motors. The power supplies are also equipped with ergonomic power setting knobs, allowing the operator to control voltage and current independently, as well as front-facing banana plugs designed for safety and convenience. The PWR-01 programmable internal-memory feature lets the engineer save custom sequences on the power supply, eliminating the need to access a PC every time a test is conducted. Synchronized operation allows for more complex sequences over multiple channels for accurate testing of DC/DC converters and other products. LAN (LXI), USB, and RS-232 interfaces are included as a standard; the PWR can be operated in almost any testing environment via SCPI commands, facilitating system integration. Kikusui power supplies are available for both sale and hire from UK based Telonic Instruments Ltd.

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IBASE Unveils Two AMD Ryzen™ Embedded R1000-Based Solutions

BASE Technology, a manufacturer of application

specific industrial embedded computing platforms, has unveiled two new AMD Ryzen™ Embedded R1000-based solutions, the IB918, a 3.5-inch form factor SBC and the SI-323-N digital signage player. The two models use the AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 SoC, combining high- performance AMD Zen CPU and Vega GPU architectures to achieve a new class of performance for next-generation embedded designs. “AMD and IBASE have been working hand in hand to deliver computing solutions

• Industry standard sizes from 1.44” QQVGA to 12.1” WXGA

• Bar Type or Stretch Formats • High brightness & full sunlight viewing options

• 4W RTP & PCT Touch • Wide viewing IPS Technology & “O-Film” options

• Long product life guarantees

• Competitive Pricing

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with unprecedented performance and power efficiency for various applications such as AIoT, gaming, POS, kiosks, digital signage, and factory automation,” said Archer Chien, Director of Solution Product Planning Dept. at IBASE. “This successful partnership is only made possible by leveraging AMD’s latest powerful and scalable SoC solutions with IBASE’s strong design and manufacturing capability. The IB918 3.5-inch SBC is powered by AMD Ryzen Embedded R1000 SoC, using

either the new dual-core R1606G or R1505G and optional heat sink with fan. It supports up to 32GB DDR4-2400 and ECC memory modules. Storage and expansion sockets include a M.2 M-key interface, two M.2 slots for type 2280/2230 architectures. It is also equipped with 2x HDMI, 1x eDP, 2x GbE ports, 4x USB 3.1, 1x SATA III and a 12V~24V DC input. The SI-323-N digital signage player utilises high-performance, power-efficient AMD

Ryzen Embedded R1606G processor integrated with enhanced AMD Radeon™ Vega 3 graphics. Suitable for menu boards in restaurants, electronic displays in banks, airports and shopping malls. This compact and fanless system supports three HDMI 2.0 with independent audio and hardware EDID, as well as IBASE’s own iCONTROL intelligent green technology and Observer monitoring technology.

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