MOSFETs for wearables are 36 per cent smaller says Nexperia

MOSFETs in the DFN0606 package for mobile and portable applications have been released by Nexperia. They are claimed to be 36 per cent smaller compared to previous-generation DFN1006 parts. They also have the lowest RDS(on) for their size, says the company.

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Coin-type cell is designed to power IoT devices

NGK Insulators offers the EnerCera Coin, a coin type cell for IoT devices and claims they are the world’s first Lithium-ion (Li-ion) secondary battery capable of operating at up to +85 degrees C.

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Buck-boost DC/DC converter save power and prolongs battery life

Claimed to offer unmatched efficiency with best-in-class current consumption, the BD83070GWL is a buck-boost DC/DC converter with integrated MOSFET from Rohm.

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Real-time clock extends battery life for wearables

The battery life of space-constrained systems such as wearables, medical monitors, point-of-sale (PoS) equipment and portable terminals can be extended, says Maxim Integrated, using the MAX31341B.

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