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April 2020
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Allied Components International’s new ER28 Flyback Transformer is now available with an Industrial Operating Temp Range: -40°C to +125°C and standard lead times of 8-10 wks. Samples are available for test and approval, just give us a call or email us at ac@alliedcomponents.com

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The team at Allied Components wish you well and hope you are staying safe during these unprecedented times. In this month’s issue, we will look into how science professionals are testing AI to help in the COVID-19 situation, the new advancement in water splitting renewable energy and some techniques on how to make circuit analyzing easier.

Experimental AI Tool Predicts Which COVID-19 Patients Develop Respiratory Disease

To help in the current COVID-19 pandemic and future crises, scientists tested the use of artificial intelligence’s predictive analytics in detecting if a patient is vulnerable to the virus. The study found that changes in three aspects of patients were more accurately predictive of subsequent, severe disease.

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Water Splitting Advance Holds Promise for Affordable Renewable Energy

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A new water electrolysis system was recently developed utilizing a nickel-iron based catalyst, a more affordable but equally efficient alternative compared to current catalysts using proton exchange membrane water electrolyzers. This advancement in hydrogen energy can lead to large growth in a variety of areas, such as the mass-energy conversion market.

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Easy Circuit-Analysis Techniques for Forward-Conducting Diode Circuits

Diodes are electrical devices that control current flow by either restricting current flow or directing it in one direction or another. The switch or constant-voltage drop methods are two different approaches that can be helpful when analyzing forward-conducting diode circuits.

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