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January 2020
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Allied Components International just released its newest EE5 SMT Current Sense transformer, the AEE5-4648. 500VAC/3mA Hi-Pot and operating temp range of -40°C to +125°C. This small SMT package is ideal for those tight PCB applications. Samples are now available for testing.

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Happy New Year! The Roaring Twenties and we can only look forward to how tech will change our lives in the next decade. To start off, we look at how solar panels can utilize the ‘dark side’ to gather more solar energy. We also see how the Internet of Things and Cloud Computing compare with each other. Finally, see how the new SPI EERAM memory chips can help prevent data loss.

Solar Power from ‘The Dark Side’ Unlocked by a New Formula

Sunlight converted into electricity is typically captured by the solar panels facing the sun. However, the use of a new thermodynamic formula with solar panels can capture the sunlight that is reflected off of the ground. This newfound discovery could help generate an average of 15-20% cleaner energy for people to use.

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The Internet of Things vs. Cloud Computing and Top Service Providers

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As the Internet of Things continues to help humans evolve, the massive amount of generated data places pressure on the Internet infrastructure. Cloud computing and its future evolution “fog computing” are major players in relieving some pressure as data continues to be produced.

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SPI EERAM Memory Chips: Antidote to Power, Data Loss Developed by Microchip

SPI EERAM memory chips are a low-cost memory chip that will automatically store data in a power outage, perform unlimited reads and writes to standard SRAM memory, and can be transferred up to 100,000 times as the data can be retained up to 100 years. This new memory chip will provide a data safety net for many businesses in the event of something happening.

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