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December 2019
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Allied Components International has a line of current sensing transformers, the ACT05 series. This transformer is ideal for current measurement, monitoring & protection applications. We call this our mini-precision current transformer with standard input current of 5 ~ 20A. Meets ANSI C57.13 and IEC60044-1 standards and is available in standard or custom designs. Get your samples today for that new or current design.

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Happy Holidays from all of us here at Allied Components! As the year comes to a close, we have selected some news highlights to keep you up to date on the latest tech news. Included in our newsletter you will find an exciting new way artificial neurons are treating chronic diseases. Read about why Apple might release a phone with no lightning port, and learn more about silicon photomultipliers. Enjoy!

World’s First Artificial Neurons Designed to Cure Chronic Disease

For years scientists and engineers have been trying to develop artificial neurons to aid in the advancement of healthcare. Recently, the University of Bath announced their success in creating an artificial neuron that successfully predicts neural responses, all while using far less energy than earlier prototypes. Learn more about this new technology here.

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Future Apple iPhone without a Lightning Port

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Analysts are predicting the future of Apple’s iPhones may include a wireless experience. Not only does this mean there will be no audio jack, but there will be no lightning port or USB-C port. Some are questioning the practicality of this change, while others are excited about the news.

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Everything You Need to Know About Silicon Photomultipliers

A silicon photomultiplier is a unique technology that improves the responsiveness of photon detection. This article dives into the components of the sensor, why it is useful, and how you can use it in your business. Learn more about silicon photomultipliers here.

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