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    and de magnetized Toroidal transformers are more efficient than those with laminated steel cores plus they re smaller lighter generate less hum and are less susceptible to EMI On the other hand they display higher inrush current are generally limited in power handling capability harder to fabricate and therefore more expensive The type of audio transformer you choose really doesn t matter as long as it meets your design requirements Just be sure to take into account its external operating environment too Read More View Audio Transformers Transmitters Receivers Transceivers Analog audio can move readily from a microphone to an amplifier as long as the cable and connectors are shielded and in good repair But audio that needs to travel to a remote site with some distance needs to be digitized encoded transmitted decoded and converted back to analog at the far end The audio transmitter accepts audio channel status and user data which is then multiplexed encoded and driven onto a cable at the receiving end the audio receiver does the reverse This is clearly a more complicated task than moving analog sound a few feet over a microphone cord Digital audio is rarely transmitted raw it s always compressed and later decompressed by a codec The choice of codec depends on how much signal loss can be tolerated due to compression and how noisy the signal path is liable to be Audio transmitters usually contain ADCs and hardware based codecs receivers are just the reverse and transceivers contain the essential elements of both The choice of codec is usually dictated by the target application e g mixing console CD R telco remote audio system or set top box The transmission medium is also a factor copper can t handle the same transmission speeds as fiber optic cable Finally there are numerous interface standards for transmitting audio data including AES EBU IEC 60958 S PDIF AGIO CP 340 1201 Each of these standards specifies how to carry digital audio over various transmission media all of which narrows down or dictates the choice of codecs cables connectors and chips Audio receivers must be able to recover the clock and synchronization signals and de multiplex the audio and digital data in addition to showing the channel status user and validity information In comparing audio transmitters and receivers compare baseline specs frame rate power but also whether they can encode decode audio data according to the applicable specification while staying within your power distortion and SNR design requirements Read More View Audio Transmitters Receivers Transceivers Test Equipment Several types of test equipment can be used to capture and measure audio signals The simplest test involves putting a single audio tone usually 1 kHz through the audio system and measuring the output with an oscilloscope and distortion analyzer determining the acceptable input level before achieving an unacceptable level of total harmonic distortion THD which usually occurs just before clipping Sweeping the input frequency will indicate the system s bandwidth 3 dB Specialized audio signal generators can generate signals ranging from a short impulse a burst or a continuous signal The signal can be a standard shape pulse ramp sine wave etc a sweep of frequencies a controlled amount of noise or an arbitrary waveform Spectrum analyzers measure the frequency content of the signal which can be helpful in troubleshooting a non linear system response where small amounts of harmonic signal may be obscured by primary frequencies A digital oscilloscope DSO can measure the flatness of audio system response with greater precision than a spectrum analyzer by performing an FFT Fast Fourier Transform analysis on the signal from DC up to the Nyquist frequency DSOs are a required test tool when designing or debugging audio components systems that incorporate serial data methods to control the device or to encode the audio information Used in conjunction with function arbitrary signal generators DSOs can view the signal in both the time and frequency domains some are able to sync on and help decode various serial data streams These are two pieces of equipment that should be on every audio designer s test bench Read More View Audio Video Test Equipment Block Diagrams DIGITAL RADIO COMPRESSOR LIMITER SOUNDBAR NOISE CANCELLATION WIRELESS HEADPHONES GUITAR WIRING REPLACEMENT PARTS VINTAGE REPLACEMENT PARTS Texas Instruments PCM186x Audio ADCs with Universal Front End Helps designers by eliminating the need for a 5V supply or an external programmable gain amplifier PCM186x Audio ADCs enable designers to develop smaller smarter products Its flexible front end supports input levels from small mV microphone inputs to 2 1VRMS line inputs STMicroelectronics STPA003 Quad Bridge Power Amplifiers MOSFET class AB audio power amplifiers that are designed for high power car radio In addition to the outstanding output current capability and distortion performance the STPA003 is extremely robust against several kinds of fortuitous misconnection Analog Devices ADAU1452 SigmaDSP Digital Audio Processor ADI ADAU1452 SigmaDSP Digital Audio Processor is automotive qualified and far exceeds the digital signal processing capabilities of earlier SigmaDSP devices Its restructured hardware architecture is optimized for efficient audio processing Fairchild FSA553 Dual SPST Depletion Mode Audio Switch Dual SPST depletion mode audio switches allow the IC to conduct signals when there is no V CC available and to isolate signals when VCC is present The depletion gate control allows the FSA553 to achieve excellent THD N performance while consuming minimal power Vishay Dale IHLD 4032KB 5A Series Dual Inductors Optimized for automotive and commercial class D amplifier circuits where the device reduces board space requirements and offers improved performance over using multiple discrete inductors Its design produces high quality sound low distortion and low coupling Akustica 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TO TEST AUDIO Teledyne LeCroy ArbStudio Arbitrary Waveform Generator ArbStudio combines 125 MHz bandwidth with fast 1 GS s sample rate and 16 bit resolution to meet the needs of today s engineers with uncompromised performance and a wide variety of signal types and generation modes Testing Resources LeCroy Testing Audio Devices Tektronix Audio Monitoring Tektronix Audio Loudness Monitoring MARKET APPLICATIONS By Category By Type By Manufacturer Automotive Audio and Infotainment System ON Semi Audio Distribution Amplifier Cirrus Logic Automotive Audio System Silicon Labs Car Audio ROHM Infotainment System Cirrus Logic In Seat Entertainment Cirrus Logic Satellite Radio ON Semi Texas Instruments Automotive Infotainment Guide Cirrus Logic AVB Network App Note AN408REVA Circuit Protection Bluetooth Headset Littelfuse Cell Phone Littelfuse Digital Multimedia Broadcast Receiver Littelfuse IP Phone Littelfuse LCD TV Littelfuse PMP MP3 Player Littelfuse Portable Navigation Device Littelfuse 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  • Automotive Applications | Mouser
    FIT Sleeving for Rugged Applications Learn More Alpha Wire Xtra Guard Performance Cable Learn More Alpha Wire EcoWirePack Hook Up Wire Learn More JavaScript must be enabled to view this content HOW TO TEST AUTOMOTIVE LeCroy WaveAce Oscilloscopes 7 Widescreen Display Sample Rates up to 2 GS s Connect Quickly to a PC via USB Testing Resources LeCroy Capture Decode and Debug of Low Speed Serial Buses Tektronix Debugging Serial Buses in Embedded System Designs Fluke Trends in Automotive Testing Tektronix Measurement Debug and Analysis for Embedded Automotive Designs Market Applications Tutorials White Papers Resources by Manufacturer Braking NXP Semiconductors Braking system ON Semiconductor Braking Central Body Control Avago Body Electronics Freescale Semiconductor Body Electronics Maxim IC Central Body Control NXP Semiconductors Body control Central gateway module ON Semiconductor Body Electronics TI Automotive Central Body Controller Circuit Protection Bourns Board Level Components 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  • Energy Harvesting | Mouser Electronics
    rectify it boost it and use it to power ultra low power embedded devices RFID works on that principle though by reacting to a strong RF field that is directed at the sensor and not by harvesting ambient RF Piezoelectric transducers convert pressure or stress into electricity The vibration from motors airfoils or roadbeds commonly power piezoelectric energy harvesters that in turn power an MCU that will then report any abnormalities There are other energy harvesting technologies under investigation but led by the radisplayTextdisplayTextpid proliferation of battery powered portable consumer industrial and medical devices these four energy harvesting markets will continue expanding at fast clip for many years to come Read More View Solar Energy Harvesting Devices View Thermal Energy Harvesting Devices View RF Energry Harvesting Devices View Piezo Energy Harvesting Devices Storage Supercapacitor from Cornell Dubilier The energy from micropower sources tends to be intermittent and even when it is not the output is generally so low that a boost regulator is required before the accumulated energy can be stored Small rechargeable Li Ion batteries are popular in space limited portable applications The Texas Instruments bq24210 Li Ion Battery Solar Charger incorporates an input voltage regulation loop with a programmable input voltage regulation threshold making it suitable for charging from alternative power sources such as a solar panel or an inductive charging pad TI s bq25505 is an ultra low power boost converter with battery management for energy harvesting applications For micropower devices thin film batteries are an attractive storage option The Cymbet CBC3150 EnerChip integrates a 3 3V 50 µA thin film battery with a charge pump power manager and temperature compensated charge control The Cymbet CBC EVAL 10 Energy Harvesting Evaluation Kit includes a small solar panel Micropower energy devices have trouble handling current surges such as those arise when a sensor wakes up and bursts out data In addition to requiring power management energy harvesters generally utilize either a large capacitor or a supercapacitor to buffer sudden peaks in demand Electric double layer capacitors EDLCs commonly known as supercapacitors have an energy density hundreds of times greater than electrolytics due to the extremely close proximity of their conductive layers Compared to batteries supercapacitors have a lower energy density but a far higher power density Unlike batteries they can be discharged almost immediately which makes them well suited to handle sharp spikes in demand However they do have a lower internal resistance than thin film batteries and thus discharge over time so the two are often used together in ultra low power applications Mouser carries a wide range of supercapacitors from AVX Cellergy Ioxus Kemet Maxwell Murata Panasonic Cornell Dubilier and Nichicon Read More View Storage Devices for Energy Harvesting View Battery Management Devices for Energy Harvesting Development Tools Thermal Energy Harvesting Development Tool from Nextreme Energy harvesting represents a spectrum of rapidly evolving technologies As design complexity increases and design cycles continue to shrink development tools are often all but essential In the area of energy

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  • Harsh Environment Technology | Mouser Electronics
    use in Class I Groups A B C and D environments per NFPA rating system 8 HAZARDOUS Intended for indoor or outdoor use in Class I Groups A B C and D environments per NFPA rating system 9 HAZARDOUS Intended for indoor or outdoor use in Class II Groups E F and G environments per NFPA rating system 12 12K INDUSTRIAL Intended for use in industrial applications with protection from dust and non corrosive liquid drip 13 INDUSTRIAL Intended for use in industrial applications with protection from dust spraying water oil and non corrosive liquid drip High Temperature Often when electronics are used in high temperature environments some form of active or passive cooling is used to keep the components within their operating temperature range However in some applications this is highly impractical such as with downhole drilling operations The downhole oil and gas industry represents one of the primary consumers of high temperature electronic components As oil and gas resources become scarcer there is a growing incentive to drill ever deeper wells With deeper wells comes the challenge of designing equipment to withstand higher temperatures The rate in which temperature increases with depth is defined as the geothermal gradient and in most parts of the world is roughly 25 C per kilometer Today electronic components used in downhole applications must not only operate at temperatures exceeding 200 C but also be extremely reliable equipment failure leads to rig downtime which is often extremely costly View High Temperature Products by Category Vibration Isolation Vibration is a potential source of the failure for many systems and can be a major contributor to problems related to the operating environment of electronic equipment Most electronics equipment is exposed to some amount of vibration even if just from shipping and transportation Portable electronics often need a degree of protection from the shock and impact of being dropped from moderate heights In other industries such as mil aero and harsh industrial settings vibration isolation and resilience can be a crucial design consideration Although modeling and analysis are helpful tools testing is often necessary to ensure product reliability under harsh conditions This is not as simple as it may seem however A 20 year product life is typical and expected for military qualified electronics How can this be tested Accelerated stress testing techniques such as HALT Highly Accelerated Life Test and HASS Highly Accelerated Stress Test offer solutions that are both practical and effective Methods like HALT HASS go further than mere design verification testing because they stress products beyond their specifications to determine both operational and destruct limits The MIL STD 202 Test Method Standard used by the U S military specifies the testing procedure for vibration which involves simple harmonic motion at 0 03 inches amplitude over a range of frequencies from 10 to 55Hz Under electrical load conditions the motion is applied for at least two hours along each axis for a total of six hours and the product is tested both during

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  • Industrial Applications | Mouser Electronics
    Amphenol Commercial CoolPower LCC17 Series D sub Connectors Learn More Hirose 3800 Series High Durability Interface Connectors Learn More Hirose TM25R Series RJ 45 Modular Jacks Learn More Molex Single Port RJ45 Magnetic Jacks Learn More Molex Temp Flex High Speed Coaxial Cables Learn More Omron Industrial Ethernet Connectors and Cable Assemblies Learn More Phoenix Contact CAT6A Rated Connectors Learn More Switchcraft RJ 45 Weathertight Connectors Learn More Yamaichi Electronics Ethernet Connectors and Accessories Learn More Electromechanical Omron C4V Series Miniature Power Switches Learn More Electroswitch 3000 3100 3300 IP67 Toggle Switches Learn More Circuit Protection Bourns PortNote Solutions Circuit Protection Design Kits Learn More Wire Cable TE Connectivity SolderSleeve Shield Terminators Learn More Alpha Wire FIT Sleeving for Rugged Applications Learn More Alpha Wire Xtra Guard Performance Cable Learn More Alpha Wire EcoWire Hook Up Wire Learn More JavaScript must be enabled to view this content HOW TO TEST Industrial Applications Teledyne LeCroy WaveSurfer 104MXs B LeCroy s WaveSurfer MXs B Oscilloscopes feature advanced technology to capture large amounts of data up to a 10GS s rate and respond immediately to user inputs even while processing data Bandwidths for 200 400 600 and 1GHz with 16Mpts Ch memory Market Applications Tutorials White Papers Resources by Manufacturer Home Automation TE Connectivity TE Connectivity Connected Home Building Automation Electric Meter On Semiconductor Smart Electric Meter Building Automation General Atmel Building Automation Digi International Building Automation Lattice Building Automation TE Connectivity Building Automation and Security Freescale Building Control Infineon Building Control STMicroelectronics Home Automation Building Automation Human Interface TI Single Board Computer for HMI Building Automation HVAC Maxim IC HVAC STMicroelectronics HVAC TI HVAC Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning Building Automation Occupancy Sensor TI Intelligent Occupancy Sensing On Semiconductor Occupancy Sensor Building Automation Programmable Logic Controller TI PLC DCS I O Module Analog Input TI PLC DCS I O Module Analog Output TI PLC DCS I O Module Digital Input On Semiconductor PoE Programmable Logic Controller TI Programmable Logic Controller Maxim IC Programmable Logic Controllers Building Automation Security On Semiconductor PoE Security Camera On Semiconductor Security Monitor Building Automation Thermostat Temp Sensor Cypress Semiconductor Block Diagram Temperature Sensing and Control On Semiconductor Electronic Thermostat TI Field Transmitter Temperature sensor Building Automation Valve Control Cirrus Logic Valve Control General Industrial SMSC Industrial Embedded Systems On Semiconductor Industrial Applications Silicon Labs Industrial Applications Honeywell Industrial Overview GE Energy Power Electronics Industrial Power Solutions Motor Control AC Induction TI AC Induction Motor Control Brushed DC Freescale H Bridge DC Brushed and Stepper Low Voltage Motor Driver Portfolio TI Brushed DC Motor Control Brushless DC TI Brushless DC Motor Control General Freescale Semiconductor Motor Control Infineon Motor Control ON Semiconductor Motor Control System Motor Control High Voltage TI High Volatge Motor Control Low Voltage TI Low Voltage Motor Control Permanent Magnet TI Permanent Magnet Motor Control Stepper Freescale H Bridge DC Brushed and Stepper Low Voltage Motor Driver Portfolio TI Stepper Networking Circuit Protection Bourns Protecting Powerful USB 3 0 Interfaces Bourns Protecting High Speed Communication

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  • LED Lighting | Mouser
    LED Strips are differentiated by their color wavelength measured in units of nanometers nm or their color corrected temperature CCT measured in units of Kelvin K Click on the ANSI C78 377 2008 1 White LED Selection bucket or the appropriate Color Selection bucket that most closely represents the products in which you are interested 1 http www nema org stds ANSI ANSLG C78 377 cfm Optics LEDs produce light that is useful only if it is targeted at the location desired Optics are often integrated parts of the design of an individual LED component and are used to determine where the light will be sent In many cases the design engineer requires the output light to be directed in a manner different than the direction of the LED s design In these cases external optical components are used The most common optical components used are lenses and reflectors Mouser Electronics offers the most complete line of optical components for use with the widest variety of LED components View all LED Lenses With Holders View all LED Lenses Without Holders View all LED Reflectors Optics Lenses LEDs often require optical beam shaping in order to steer their emitted light radiation in the desired direction or pattern Most often the engineer s first choice to do this is a Lens A lens allows greater light control and is generally more efficient than a reflector The primary consideration for the task of lens selection is identifying what LED is being deployed A variety of optics is offered to be used in conjunction with common high power LEDs Optics are available with various beam angles and mounting options to allow the design engineer the greatest amount of flexibility in achieving his design criteria View all LED Lenses With Holders View all LED Lenses Without Holders Optics Reflectors LEDs often require optical beam shaping in order to steer their emitted light radiation in the desired direction or pattern Sometimes the best choice for the designer is a Reflector A reflector is a device or surface that redirects light by reflection with minimum scattering The primary consideration for the task of selecting a reflector is identifying what LED is being deployed A variety of reflectors are offered to be used in conjunction with common high power LEDs Reflectors are available to collect and shape various beam angles with various mounting options to allow the design engineer the greatest amount of flexibility in achieving the design criteria View all LED Reflectors Electronics Electronic parts control the flow of electricity The two primary issues in LED circuit designs are a power and b sensing and protection All LEDs require a controlled voltage and a specified current Since LEDs are DC devices electricity must often be first converted from AC into DC before it can be applied to the LED Two major methods are available to the engineer to control power The first is via an integrated circuit IC that has been developed to work as an LED driver IC drivers are advantageous in that they allow the engineer the greatest degree of design flexibility in order to meet his product need Modules are integrated LED drivers that have been produced by a supplier so that the engineer does not need to do a design from scratch By providing a ready to use assembly the design engineer reduces time to market reduces his start up costs and ensures he has a power supply design solution that is proven and reliable Drivers View all Driver ICs for LEDs View all AC DC Driver Modules for LEDs View all DC DC Driver Modules for LEDs Protection View all Sensors for LEDs View all Shunts for LEDs Electronics Drivers ICs An LED Integrated Circuit IC Driver is a power source power supply that adjusts the voltage or current to LEDs ranging in complexity from a resistor to a constant voltage or constant current power supply View all Driver ICs for LEDs Electronics Modules AC DC An LED AC DC Driver Module is a packaged functional assembly of electronic components that operates as a power source power supply that either adjusts to or provides a constant voltage or constant current for the LEDs This is configured to be an AC branch circuit supply on the input and an AC output View all AC DC Driver Modules for LEDs Electronics Modules DC DC An LED DC DC Driver Module is a packaged functional assembly of electronic components that operates as a power source power supply that either adjusts to or provides a constant voltage or constant current for the LEDs This is configured to be a DC branch circuit supply on the input and a DC output View all DC DC Driver Modules for LEDs Electronics Circuit Protection One type of circuit protection is a shunt A shunt is a protection device which allows electric current to pass around another point in the circuit when an LED element in an LED string fails to an open circuit This ensures the remaining string of LEDs will continue to function There are many cases in which high reliability of the LED lighting must be maintained such as LCD backlighting transport lighting avionics intrinsically safe and low maintenance lighting View all Circuit Protection for LEDs Mechanical Components must be assembled together in order to work as one functional unit Mechanical products support the necessary integration of various discrete components into one modular assembly View all Connectors for LEDs View all Fixture Accessories View all Mounting Hardware for LEDs View all Heat Sinks for LEDs View all Thermal Substrates for LEDs View all Coolers for LEDs Mechanical Connectors Electro mechanical components specifically adapted developed and or used for joining LED electrical circuits as an interface using a mechanical assembly View all Connectors for LEDs Mechanical Thermal Management LEDs like most electronic devices generate heat when used Although a single low power LED may create negligible heat high power LED s and LED arrays often require some manner of thermal management to preserve light output and life expectancy Fans and blowers dissipate heat by forced convection and can be used instead of or in addition to passive components such as heat sinks and thermal substrates For designs that do not allow for traditional thermal solutions there are specialized devices such as ultra small piezoelectric microblowers and solid state thermoelectric coolers View all Heat Sinks for LEDs View all Thermal Substrates for LEDs View all Coolers for LEDs View all Fans and Blowers for LEDs Mechanical Thermal Substrates LED lifetime is compromised by operation at higher temperatures To protect LEDs against heat build up thermal substrates may be used Thermal substrates may be attached to High Power surface mount LEDs to provide an effective and efficient thermal passage which reduces the exposure of the LED to high temperature View all Thermal Substrates for LEDs Design Aids Design Aids include kits and tools to allow the engineer to get up and running with the minimum amount of time effort and energy View all LED Kits View all LED Development Tools Mechanical Hardware Mounting Mounting Hardware consists of various mechanical accessories used for the mounting and or installation of LEDs View all Mounting Hardware for LEDs LEDs Fixtures 2700K 2600 2900K 3000K 2900 3200K 3500K 3200 3700K 4000K 3700 4250K 4500K 4250 4750K 5000K 4750 5300K 5700K 5300 6000K 6500K 6000K Violet UV 360 430nm Blue 430 495nm Green 495 570nm Yellow 560 580nm Amber Orange 580 620nm Red 610 740nm Infrared 700 1500nm Multi Color LEDs LED Fixtures include any integrated LED solutions that are intended to be securely or permanently mounted to a building or structure What is a Component Module Fixture Mechanical Accessories Fixtures Fixture Accessories consists of various mechanical accessories used for the mounting and or installation of LED fixtures View all Fixture Accessories Design Aids Kits LED Light Panel components that are sold as a kit are ideally suited for under the counter task lighting applications kitchen lighting jewelry lighting decorative lighting and reading lighting Light Panels are often brushed aluminum in color to blend with today s kitchen styles View all LED Kits Design Aids Tools Development Development Tools are software and electronic hardware components provided to enable LED designers to review evaluate and demonstrate the applicability of a potential part for an intended application View all LED Development Tools Electronics Sensors A Sensor is an electronic device that is used to measure a physical quantity in the analog domain such as temperature and convert it into an electronic signal in either the analog or digital domain Temperature sensors are used in LED lighting systems to ensure that the thermal load is properly monitored and maintained View all Sensors for LEDs INSTRUMENT CLUSTER BACKLIGHT GENERAL BAY SIGNAGE MR 16 REPLACEMENT HORTICULTURE Cree XLamp XP L LEDs Cree XLamp XP L LED is the first commercially available single die LED to deliver 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