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July 2019
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Allied Components International continues with great designs of transformers for the inverter industry. Our latest design to date for an industry application that continues to grow. With competitive pricing and short lead times, we can get your design moving in the right direction. Call us for price and availability and get your samples today. Let us help you with your custom designs as well as any standard transformers for your current designs.

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We are back again to deliver to you this month’s groundbreaking advancements in technology! This time we learn about how the possibility of nanorobots operating within your body isn’t so far-fetched. We announce that engineers developed a chip that can now convert more wasted heat into usable energy. And lastly, we help you understand anisotropic magneto resistance (AMR) with a quick AMR 101.

Vibration Powered Robots Could Repair Your Body From The Inside

There are numerous challenges to creating robots that could operate within the body, not the least of which is finding a power source - you can’t exactly attach a big battery to them. However, that may no longer be an issue since Georgia Tech researchers recently developed, “bristle-bots” which are tiny vibration powered robots. This development could lead to a future where minuscule robots are able to repair your body from the inside!

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Engineers Develop Chip That Converts Wasted Heat To Usable Energy

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Each year in the United States, it’s estimated that two-thirds of the energy consumed is wasted as heat. Imagine if there was a way to capture that wasted heat and convert it into more energy. Well, professor Mathieu Francoeur and his team of mechanical engineers, recently discovered a way to produce more electricity from heat than thought possible by developing a silicon chip.

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Anisotropic Magneto Resistance 101

Anisotropic Magneto Resistance (AMR) is a phenomenon that happens when resistance grows as the current moves in the same way as the magnetic force, yet declines at a 90-degree angle of the magnetic energy. AMR devices are useful for measuring switched current in real-time and passing this information to the rest of the system.

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