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Smart Touch Displays in a compact format With the uniTFTs series, Electronic Assembly off ers a range of small touch displays that


give every switch or control unit the operating convenience of a tablet. With integrated graphics controller, extensive graphics functions and numerous interfaces, the displays are ready to run without additional peripherals. Only three fi ngers wide is the smallest variant from Electronic Assembly’s new uniTFTs series. Nevertheless, this capacitive touch display has a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels on its 2.0 inch screen diagonal. In addition, this series is currently also available in 2.8 inch (320 x 240), 3.5 inch (480 x 320) and 4.3 inch (480 x 272) diagonals.


The brilliant color displays are using improved IPS-Panels with AACS technology (All Angle Color Stability). Contrast and colors are retained even at extreme viewing angles. Unlike commonly used TN-Panels these displays do not have an inverse tilt eff ect.


Phone: +49 (0) 8105-77 80 90 Fax: +49 (0) 8105-77 80 99 E-mail: sales@lcd-module.com


New Axiomtek 3.5” embedded SBC with AMD® RYZEN offers quad view


Telonic Instruments presents SIGLENT Technologies


new Flagship 1 GHz Oscilloscope The new SDS5000X Oscilloscope series is available with a bandwidth up-to 1 GHz, a maximum sample rate of 5 GS/s, and a maximum acquisition memory of 250 Mpts. It features powerful data analysis and measurement features and is well equipped to solve the complex challenges of embedded circuit design. SDS5000X-series is available with bandwidths of 350, 500, and 1 GHz, features a maximum sample rate of 5 GS/s, 250 Mpts of acquisition memory and a waveform-update rate of up-to 110,000 wfm/s. To help maintain high test speeds, many of its waveform analysis features are implemented in hardware. The SDS5X includes a full digital trigger with qualifi ed and zone triggering to help isolate faults more quickly. This technique enables a highly sensitive and accurate trigger control. It also includes a new low noise front end that delivers an industry leading vertical sensitivity of 500 µV/div, making the SDS5X a perfect tool for debugging small signals. Tel: +44 (0) 118 9786911 www.telonic.co.uk www.siglent.co.uk


New SMD male header with a 1.27 mm grid pattern To keep up with the trend towards miniaturization company Fischer Elektronik has


developed another SMD male header with a grid pattern of 1.27 mm. The product portfolio with a grid pattern of 1.27 mm was expanded to include the two-row male header with part number “SLV W 5 SMD 036 ...”. With a plug dimension of 3.6 mm the total length of the male contact is 11.5 mm. This male header serves as an extension to the single-row horizontal SMD male header “SLV W 3 SMD ...”. The SLV W 5 SMD 036 ... is off ered with numbers of contacts of min. 4 to max. 40 contacts. When choosing the contact surface you can choose between galvanically tin-plated or gold-plated designs. A copper-zinc alloy (CuZn) is used as a contact material to ensure high current conductivity with those small pin cross sections of � 0.4 mm. A high temperature resistant thermoplastic is used for the insulating body to withstand the high temperatures of up to 260° C during the refl ow soldering process. The product specialists at Fischer Elektronik www.fi scherelektronik.de will be happy to assist you with any queries you may have or any additional information you require. Phone: +49 2351 435-0 info@ fi scherelektronik.de www.fi scherelektronik.de


Display Technology Ltd announces the new 3.5” embedded board from Axiomtek, CAPA13R featuring AMD®RYZEN™ embedded V1807B and V1605B APU. Designed for and multi-screen applications, the display chipset AMD®Radeon™RX


Vega Graphics supports quad view through 1 x Display Port, 2 x HDMI and 1 x LVDS; 18/24-bit single/dual channel. The storage options include 1 x M.2 Key B (SATA, USB2.0 PCle x 2 for optional) in 22x42 or 30x42 and the expansion interface features 1 x M.2 Key E (PClex1, USB 2.0) in 22x30. It has a wide operating temperature range -20°C ~ 60°C making it suitable for outside use and dimensions measure 146mm x 104mm. You can choose from the embedded V1807B or V1605B APU with or without fan. Other features include: • 1 DDR4 SO-DIMM for up to 16GB of memory • 4 GbE LAN or 2 GbE Lan • 4 Serial ports


• Full solid cap design • AiRD • With heatsink If you would like further information on the CAPA13R or any Axiomtek products, please feel free to contact us with details on your next project. Tel: +44 (0) 1480 411600 Web: www.displaytechnology.co.uk Email: info@displaytechnology.co.uk


44 October 2020 Components in Electronics Lattice extends industry-leading security and system


control to automotive applications Lattice Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ: LSCC), the low power programmable leader, today announced new versions of its MachXO3LF™ FPGAs for fl exible deployment of robust automotive control applications and MachXO3D™ FPGAs for system security that support extended temperature operating ranges for automotive and other ruggedized applications. MachXO3D FPGAs augment the popular system control capabilities of the Lattice MachXO FPGA architecture with industry-leading security features, including hardware Root-of-Trust (RoT), platform fi rmware resilience (PFR), and secure dual-boot support. The MachXO3D and MachXO3LF devices target control, bridging, and I/O expansion applications that must operate reliably in rugged environments, including advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), infotainment, motor control, 5G communications infrastructure, industrial robots and automation systems, and defense systems. www.latticesemi.com


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