TDK Corporation presents the new B58703M1103A* temperature sensor − specially developed for demanding E-mobility applications, which call for high long-term stability. The NTC sensor is designed for a temperature range of -40°C to +150°C, whereby a temporary load of up to 200°C is permitted. At 25°C the rated resistance is 10 kΩ with a B25/100 value of 3625 K and a tolerance of ±1 percent.
At the end of May, SIH (Saic-Iveco Hongyan Commercial Vehicle), a joint-venture between SAIC, IVECO and CQME, delivered 120 SIH Geylon M500 4x2 port tractors, powered by 350 HP Cursor 9 engines manufactured by SFH, joint-venture of FPT Industrial in Chongqing, China, to SIPG (Shanghai International Port Group), the world’s largest container port logistics operator, as well the largest joint-stock port operator in China, serving 281 worldwide shipping routes and accommodating over 2,700 calls per month.
Vector is supplementing its ECU lineup by adding a controller for charging via pantographs. Developers of electric commercial vehicles such as buses will benefit from this solution for quick and efficient charging via an electrical collector which is available now. The generic controller, the VC-EVCC-P, supports roof-mounted pantographs as well as loading according to the OppCharge standard via inverted pantographs. Communication with an existing charging infrastructure is easily possible.
In addition to its LED driver/controller die, integrated in smart ISELED LED modules, Inova Semiconductors offers the driver chip as a standalone solution. The standalone ISELED driver is now available in volume production and is AEC-Q100 qualified.
Trade shows are an essential part of communication with customers – this is where new technologies and innovative products are launched. As a result of the coronavirus, numerous trade fairs had to be cancelled or postponed since spring 2020. In the short term, Infineon Technologies AG (FSE: IFX / OTCQX: IFNNY) is therefore strengthening its own activities in the digitalization of sales and marketing activities. The semiconductor manufacturer is thus presenting two important trade show highlights on the internet in July: power semiconductors and sensors.
It all began with a requirements specification from a customer. The result is the QRC-HT threaded coupling now presented by Stauff, which was specially developed for connecting hydraulic lines in automotive engineering.