Archive 11/29/2021

Sharp LQ104S1DG21 In-Stock

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Panel Brand : SHARP
Panel Model : LQ104S1DG21
Panel Type : a-Si TFT-LCD , Panel 
Panel Size : 10.4 inch
Resolution : 800(RGB)×600 , SVGA 
Display Mode : TN, Normally White, Transmissive 
Active Area : 211.2×158.4 mm
Outline : 246.5×179.4 mm
Surface : Antiglare, Hard coating (3H), Antireflection 
Brightness : 350 cd/m² (Typ.) 
Contrast Ratio : 300:1 (Typ.)  
Display Colors : 262K   (6-bit)
Response Time : 10/25 (Typ.)(Tr/Td) 
Viewing Angle : 70/70/40/70 (Typ.)(CR≥10) (L/R/U/D) 
Lamp Type : 2 pcs CCFL   
Signal Interface : CMOS (1 ch, 6-bit)  
Input voltage : 3.3/5.0V (Typ.)(VCC) 
RoHS : Yes

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£166m for UK green projects

£166m for UK green projects

The funding will create over 60,000 well-paid green jobs across the UK, cutting business costs and helping to revitalise industrial heartlands and meet the UK’s climate target of reducing emissions by 78% by 2035 compared to 1990 levels

“Six months ago, the Prime Minister set out a  10 Point Plan for creating and supporting up to 250,000 British jobs as we level up and build back greener from the pandemic,” says energy minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan (pictured).

The 10 Point Plan commits to removing ten megatonnes of carbon dioxide, generating 5GW of hydrogen by 2030, and creating 250,000 green jobs.

Today’s announcement includes £60 million to support the development of low carbon hydrogen in the UK and to identify and scale-up more efficient solutions for making clean hydrogen from water using electricity.

This will take the UK one step closer to using low carbon hydrogen in key industries across the UK – from powering transport such as trains and ships to factories and the heating systems in our homes. This funding will help create around 8,000 hydrogen jobs set out in the 10 Point Plan.

£37.5 million is earmarked to fund a programme of greenhouse gas removal methods with twenty-four projects across England and Wales receiving up to £250,000 to fund designs that develop new ways of removing greenhouse gases from the atmosphere and store them safely, and a further 5 projects will receive up to £4.5 million each to investigate the viability of adopting greenhouse gas removal methods at scale.

£20 million is to support the development of the next generation Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (CCUS) technologies so they can be deployed at scale by 2030. This could include funding innovative technologies that widen the suitability of CCUS to a larger range of UK industrial uses such as chemicals and cement, reducing the cost of deploying CCUS and helping industrial waste or power sector companies to capture and store harmful emissions from the source, before they are emitted into the atmosphere.

£20 million is to establish a new virtual Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre that will accelerate the decarbonisation of key energy-intensive industries which currently make a significant contribution to UK emissions.

Run by Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, the Centre will bring together new technologies and address the challenges faced by industrial areas, helping to provide solutions that reduce costs, risks and emissions.

This centre will connect and empower the UK industrial decarbonisation community with over 140 partners, including industry and business, government and regulatory agencies and academics, working together to deliver a hub for industrial decarbonisation.

£16.5 million is going to the Industrial Energy Transformation Fund to develop new technologies and processes that help energy-intensive sectors cut their emissions, while reducing their energy bills.

Projects receiving funding include Tate & Lyle to decarbonise its London sugar refinery and cut emissions by up to 90% and Celsa Manufacturing to install new technologies that improve energy efficiencies in the process to melt scrap metal and produce steel.

BAE Systems will also receive funding to install energy efficient technology that could save equivalent annual emissions of around 700 households.

£8 million is for projects to develop innovations, such as repurposing textile waste, new clay production techniques for the ceramics industry and concrete manufacturing that support the rapid recovery and sustainability of UK industry.

Projects include developing glazes for fast-fire manufacturing of ceramic tiles made entirely from recycled waste, creating a cost-efficient, low carbon concrete manufacturing solution using waste materials and developing the world’s first, high temperature heat pump that can compete commercially with burning fossil fuels.

£4.7 million is to establish a new Transforming Foundation Industries Research and Innovation Hub. The hub will be led by Cranfield University and will help industries like metals, glass, cement, paper and glass to work together and address their common challenges while accelerating the development and adoption of new technologies and business models.

This could include creating new, smart materials and processes that enable cheaper, lower energy and low carbon products.

£86 million of the total funding package announced today comes from the government’s £1 billion Net Zero Innovation Portfolio, which provides funding for low-carbon technologies and systems, helping the UK end its contribution to climate change.

Cable modules deliver medical-grade imaging subsystem with miniLEDs

Reducing design complexity and cost, OmniVision Technologies, Inc. has introduced the integrated OVMed OCHSA and OCHTA cable modules for single-use endoscope and catheters. The fully integrated medical-grade imaging subsystems combine a small diameter camera module with upgraded OVMed cables and miniLED illumination for a complete medically-tested assembly.

The OCHSA cable module offers 800 × 800 pixel resolution with a high-speed MIPI digital interface for larger outer diameter endoscopes, such as the bronchoscope, thoracoscope, pleuroscope, mediastinoscope, duoendoscope, and aminoscope. The cable module is designed to handle both short and long distances and is customizable.

The OCHTA cable module integrates OmniVision’s new OH0TA image sensor with quadruple the resolution of its predecessor and provides wafer-level optics in a single compact assembly. Due to its small size, the OCHTA cable module enables endoscopic devices to reach deeper into the body for a wide range of procedures, said the company, including neuro, ophthalmic, ENT, cardiac, spinal, urology, gynecology, and arthroscopy procedures. The module can also be used in dental and veterinary applications.

Cable modules deliver medical-grade imaging subsystem with miniLEDs

Click for a larger image. (Source: OmniVision)

The cable modules feature OmniVision’s CameraCubeChip wafer-level technology in a tiny 0.65 × 0.65-mm camera module, with 400 × 400 or 160 KPixel resolution for high quality image captures. They also feature the latest OVMed cables in a thin micro-coaxial form factor.

In addition, OmniVision said this is the first commercially-available integrated miniLED illumination, which provides precise brightness control for single-use endoscopy. It features a higher contrast ratio within a smaller local area for extremely small package sizes. This provides individual brightness and dimming control for multi-spectrum (RGB/IR) devices in surgical procedures, said the company.

OVMed cable modules are medical-grade components that undergo certification, qualification and testing, including testing for banned substances, sterilization, biocompatibility, workmanship, operational tests, and stress tests. This increases the likelihood and speed of FDA certification for medical device OEMs, said OmniVision.

Both cable modules are available for sampling now and are available in short (0.25 m to 3.0 m) or long (3 m to 5 m) configurations. The integrated miniLED illumination feature will be available in the first half of 2022.  An evaluation kit with a pretested OVMed image signal processor is available.

OmniVision will demonstrate the new products at several upcoming medical device shows: MD&M Minneapolis, Nov. 3-4, booth 1639; CompaMed, Nov. 15-18, booth 8BH33; MD&M East, Dec. 7-9, booth 828.

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Cambridge start-up offers ‘active cancellation’ chips to replace RF filters in mobiles

Cambridge start-up offers ‘active cancellation’ chips to replace RF filters in mobiles

It was founded in 2020 by Leo Laughlin (right in photo) and Julian Hildersley. who have been joined by CSR co-founder Phil O’Donovan as company chairman.

“The growth in mobile networks driven by the demand for data means that available frequency bands vary from region to region and, using today’s technology, has driven the need for region-specific smartphone variants each including multiple RF components. The space consumed within each smartphone adds cost and leads to inefficiencies in the supply chain.” said Laughlin.

Cambridge start-up offers ‘active cancellation’ chips to replace RF filters in mobiles

The Forefront chip, according to the company, “replaces the banks of RF filters and switches with a low cost, tuneable RF circuit” using technology “similar to that used in noise-cancelling headphones”. It uses “embedded software to maintain the accuracy of unique passive self-interference cancellation circuits.”

More has yet to be revealed – Electronics Weekly has requested specifications.

The intended market is smartphones, wearables and IoT devices.

Initial funding of £1.5m has come from a syndicate led by Bristol-based Science Creates Ventures , that includes Foresight Williams Technology, BGF and The Cambridge Angels. It will be used for recruitment.

“We are extremely impressed by the Forefront RF team and their technology, and are delighted to be working with them and our co-investors,” said Science Creates Ventures partner Harry Destecroix.

The Forefront RF website is here

Google lays subsea cable for growing UK tech sector

Google lays subsea cable for growing UK tech sector

It’s named Grace Hopper – after the computer science pioneer – and Google has announced the successful completion of the trans-Atlantic 16-fibre pair cable. The company says it will “improve the resilience of the Google network that underpins our consumer and enterprise products”.

Specifically, it will be enabling Google services such as Gmail, Meet and Google Cloud.

Google lays subsea cable for growing UK tech sectorPictured above is a Grace Hopper buoy landing on the beach in Bude, Cornwall, on 14 September. The landing in Bilbao was completed earlier in the month.

As it is the first Google-funded cable to the U.K., the Grace Hopper was described by the company as “part of our ongoing investment in the country”.

Jayne Stowell, Strategic Negotiator of Global Infrastructure at Google Cloud, writes:

“We know that technology is only becoming more important for the U.K. economy. The amount technology contributes to the U.K. economy has grown on average by 7% year on year since 2016. And U.K.-based venture capital investment is ranked third in the world, reaching a record high of $15 billion in 2020, despite the challenging conditions from the COVID-19 pandemic. What’s more, 10% of all current U.K. job vacancies are in tech roles, and the number of people employed in the tech sector has grown 40% in two years. With this in mind, improving the diversity and resilience of Google’s network is crucial to our ability to continue supporting one of the U.K.’s most vital sectors, as well as its long-term economic success.”

The Google cable dubbed Dunant (named after the Swiss founder of the Red Cross, Henry Dunant) already connects the U.S. and France and Havfrue (Danish for “mermaid”) links the U.S. and Denmark.

“The multi-directional switching architecture is a significant breakthrough for uncertain times, and will more tightly integrate the upcoming Google Cloud region in Madrid into our global infrastructure,” adds Stowell.

The cables were laid in partnership with Subcom.

Sharp LQ10D344 In-Stock

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Brand Sharp
Model LQ10D344  
Diagonal Size 10.4 inch
Type a-Si TFT-LCD, LCM 
Pixel Format 640(RGB)×480  [VGA]  76PPI
Configuration RGB Vertical Stripe
Active Area 211.2(H)×158.4(V) mm
Outline Dim 265(H)×195(V) ×11.5(D) mm
Bezel Area 216.2(H)×163.4(V) mm
Treatment Antiglare (Haze 25%), Hard coating (2H)
Luminance 120 cd/m² (Typ.)
Contrast Ratio 100:1 (Min.) (TM)    
Response Time 30/50 (Typ.)(Tr/Td)
Viewing Angle 35/35/10/30 (Min.)(CR≥10) Left / Right / Up / Down
Operating Mode TN, Normally White, Transmissive 
Support Color 262K  Light SourceCCFL  [2 pcs] , 10K hours , W/O Driver
Weight 680g (Typ.)
Designed For Industrial
Touch Panel Without
Interface Type Parallel RGB (1 ch, 6-bit) , 31 pins Connector
Power Supply 5.0V (Typ.) 
Environment Operating Temperature: 0 ~ 50 °C ; Storage Temperature: -25 ~ 60 °C

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Sharp LM32004 In-Stock

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Panel Model: LM32004
Panel Size: 5.7"
Panel Type: STN-LCD, LCM
Resolution: 320×240, QVGA, 70 PPI
Pixel Format: Rectangle
Display Area: 115.17(W)×86.37(H) mm
Display Mode: STN, Blue mode (Negative)
Display Colors Monochrome 
Lamp Type1 pcs CCFL

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Rugged UltiMate connectors from Fischer

Rugged UltiMate connectors from Fischer

  • UltiMate 80, a field-ready NATO STANAG 4695-compatible connector (right)
  • Size 15 connectors in the standard Fischer UltiMate range (below) with 2, 4, 4+2coax, 8, 4+12 or 27 contacts – contacts vary with pin count and range across wire sized from AWG22 to AWG9.

“Intermateable with other NATO STANAG 4695 connectors, the field-ready UltiMate 80 connector comes in two layouts featuring six or seven signal and power contacts,” said the company. “Engineered in Switzerland, it offers an IP68-sealed connectivity solution especially for defence and security applications and soldier modernisation programs.”

Contacts are size 08 and can handle wire up to AWG 22.

UltiMate 80 connectors are compliant with MIL-STD-810 and MIL-STD-202 and have a 500 hour salt mist rating and will last up to 5,000 mating cycles (up to 10,000 for the plug). Other ratings are 7.7Grms for ramdom vibration, 100G for shock, 5,000 cycles for +/-45° bending and -55 to +135°C.

Delivery is as a pre-cabled plug, pre-cabled receptacle or panel receptacle.

“The UltiMate connectors’ resin-sealed contact block offers sealing up to IP68 – IP69 even unmated, gastight, CBRN decontamination, high shock and vibration resistance, as well as superior cable resistance in terms of traction,” claimed the company.

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Mitsubishi AA150XN01 In-Stock

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Manufacturer: MitsubishiModel

Name: AA150XN01 Compatible Model 1 Compatible

Screen Size: 15.0 inch

Screen Type: LCM,   a-Si TFT-LCD

Pixel Number: 1024(RGB)×768   (XGA) Arrangement RGB Vertical Stripe
Active Area(mm): 304.128 × 228.096 (H×V)

Outline(mm): 326 × 255 × 16.4 (H×V×D)

Bezel Area(mm):308.1 × 232.1 (H×V)

TreatmentAntiglare, Hard coating (3H)

Luminance: 250 cd/m² (Typ.)

Contrast Ratio: 450 : 1 (Typ.) (TM)    

Viewing Angle: 75/75/50/60 (Typ.)(CR≥10) Left / Right / Up / Down
Mass: 1.29Kgs (Typ.) Used for Industrial Application

120Hz (60HZ Input) : Embedded MEMC Circuit
120Hz+120Hz : 120Hz Panel+120Hz Backlight
240Hz (60HZ Input) : Embedded MEMC Circuit 
Signal Type LVDS (1 ch, 6/8-bit) , Connector , 20 pins
voltage Supply: 3.3V (Typ.)
Max. Ratings Storage Temp.: -20 ~ 80 °C    Operating Temp.: -20 ~ 70 °C   

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