The CUR 423x current sensors feature non-intrusive, galvanically isolated contactless current measurement based on closed-loop TMR technology. This article clearly describes and explains information valuable for our customers related to the features of TDK's CUR 423x current sensors.
Measures to achieve the practical implementation of autonomous driving for automobiles are proceeding across the world. In order to reach that goal, the number of devices such as cameras and sensors installed in each automobile is increasing, with greater demands for their ability to quickly and accurately process information obtained from the areas around vehicle bodies. Automotive Ethernet communication is an effective method of fulfilling these requirements, and the products in TDK's AVRH series of chip varistors have been designated as components recommended for use with Marvell ICs to function as ESD protective devices, essential components which can reliably support Marvell's Ethernet communications technology.
TDK Corporation presents two evaluation kits that provide an initial impression of the varied possibilities of haptic feedback that can be realized with PowerHap™ piezo actuators.
The Hall-sensor family HAL 39xy features stray-field compensation capability built on the highly flexible architecture for multidimensional magnetic-field measurements.This article clearly describes and explains information valuable for our customers related to the features of TDK's HAL 39xy of Direct Angle Sensors.
The HVC 4420F is designed for the drive of small brush-type, stepper, or brushless motors. It satisfies the latest needs of the automotive industry to provide diagnostics capability newly introduced in the field of smart actuators.This article clearly describes and explains information valuable for our customers related to the features of TDK's HVC 4420F of Embedded Motor Controllers.
The TDK ICP-101xx Barometric Pressure Sensorfamily is based on MEMS capacitive technology which provides ultra-low noise at the lowest power, enabling industry leading relative accuracy, sensor throughput, and temperature stability.
We are transitioning from an age where people drive cars to an age where people provide mobility services and utilize autonomous driving capability. As a consequence, the number of electronic parts used in cars is steadily rising. If even a single component fails, a specific function may be impaired, which as a result, severe performance requirements are placed on the components reliability. TDK provides high frequency power inductors for automotive applications that are designed for outstanding reliability to reduce failure risks – HPL series, TFM series, and BCL series.
Motion- and gesture-based devices from InvenSense are rapidly becoming a key function in many consumer electronic devices, including mobile, wearable, Smart Home, and automotive and industrial devices. Our motion solutions, including gyroscopes, accelerometers, compasses, and pressure sensors, detect and track an object's motion in three-dimensional space, allowing consumers to interact with their electronic devices by tracking motion in free space and delivering these motions as input commands. InvenSense devices across the board have industry leading relative accuracy, sensor throughput, and temperature stability.
TDK Corporation has extended its portfolio of PowerHap™ piezo actuators for haptic feedback with the new miniature rectangular 0904H014V060 and 1204H018V060 actuators. They have dimensions of only 9 x 3.75 x 1.4 mm and 12 x 4 x 1.8 mm, respectively.
TDK Corporation presents a new series of AC filter capacitors that are UL 810 approved at the component level and carry the CE mark. The capacitors of the B32354S3* series are designed for a rated voltage of 350 V AC and are available with capacitance values of 10 µF to 40 µF.