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Inductive Couplings - Non-Contact Connectors - Inductive Data Coupler -- BIC 2I3-P2A50-M30MI3-SM4ACASupplier: Balluff, Inc.
Description: , power goes out to the devices and signals come back from the devices. Depending on the specific product of interest, different information can be passed. Power only, discrete inputs and outputs can be sent across the connectors as well as analog voltage inputs. Each base head is mountedShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - Power And Signal Over An Air Gap The Truly Wireless Solution - ISA Automation Week 2012: Wireless
Description: . Enter inductive power coupling technology that allows both signal and power to be sent over an air gap â€ with no physical connections or batteries required. When this technology is utilized, a new world of applications is available to designers. Sensors and actuators can be addedShow More
Supplier: ValueTronics International, Inc.
Description: Com-Power CDN-C50 Features: For Signal Lines Frequency Range - 150 kHz - 80 MHz Meets EN 61000-4-6 Requirements Current Rating: 2 Amps Cable Impedance: 50 Coupling Point: Shield Individual Calibration The Com-Power CDN C50 Coupling / Decoupling Networks (CDN) are for injecting disturbingShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - Electric power engineering - Modal components in three-phase a.c. systems - Quantities and transformations -- IEC 62428:2008
Description: by the resistive, inductive or capacitive coupling between the phase elements and line conductors. Calculation and description of these phenomena in three-phase a.c. systems are easier if the quantities of the coupled phase elements and line conductors are transformed into modal quantitiesShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - INSTRUMENT TRANSFORMERS - PART 5: CAPACITOR VOLTAGE TRANSFORMERS -- CSA C60044-5Supplier: CSA Group
Description: for this IEC 60044-5 standard - IEC 60044-2, concerning inductive voltage transformers; - IEC 60358, concerning coupling capacitors and capacitor dividers; - IEC 60481, concerning coupling devices for power line carrier (PLC) systems. The measurement application includes both indication measuring and revenueShow More
Supplier: Infineon Technologies AG
Description: . It is specially designed to drive high current loads up to 80 A, for applications like switched battery couplings, power distribution switches, heaters, glow plugs, in the harsh automotive environment. Summary of Features: One channel device Low Stand-by current 3.3V to VS level capable input pin
- Supply Voltage (VS): 5.5 to 28 volts
- Max Ron: 0.0015 to 0.0030 ohms
- tON: 700000 ns
- tOFF: 700000 ns
Supplier: Plasma Etch, Inc.
Description: As in all Plasma Etch systems a capacitive parallel plate design is used for the most effective plasma generation. Competitive units with glass/quartz barrel chambers cannot penetrate the vacuum containment vessel and therefore are restricted to inductive coupling using an RF coil wrapped around
- Coating System Type: Laboratory / Benchtop
- Technology / Process: Plasma Etching / Cleaning
- Applications & Materials Processed: Semiconductor Manufacturing, Photovoltaic / Solar, Medical, MEMS, Research / Surface Analysis, Other
- Materials Processed (Deposit or Substrate): Metal, Compound Semiconductors / GaAs, Tungsten / Refractory Metal, Other
Supplier: Sensor Developments, Inc.
Description: is designed for applications such as dynamometers and test stands where a high performance, high noise immunity, non-contact torque measurement is required. The rotating electronics of sensor are powered inductively. The rectified, regulated voltage is then sent to a strain gage bridge which senses
- Torque Sensor Type: Rotary
- Technology: Strain Gauge
- Category of Device: Sensor / Transducer
Description: electronics necessary to receive power and generate the output signals. The output signals from the Stator show the absolute position of the Rotor relative to the Stator right from power up. There is no need for compliant couplings and the Rotor & Stator can simply be connected to the host product
- Electrical Output and Interface: SSI
- Encoder Technology: Magnetic
- Resolution: 18 bits
- Diameter or Width: 3.94 inch
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New England Wire Technologies Corporation
Litz Wire Lights Up Wireless Power
. In addition to the inductive transfer of energy noted above, some wireless power systems use resonant coupling. Those systems have an LC circuit in both the transmitter and receiver. When the receiver is placed within about ¼ wavelength of the transmitter, its resonant circuit “rings ” with an oscillating current the receiver's LC circuit picks up. Resonant systems are capable of power outputs ranging from a few watts to several kilowatts with efficiencies greater than 80... (read more)
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RS Components, Ltd.
RS Presents TE’s ARISO Contactless Connectors
ARISO contactless connectors from TE do not require physical contact to connect, instead they use an inductive magnetic coupling system placed between the receiver and transmitter. This allows ARISO connectors not only to carry data and power through the air, but also through fluids like water and oil, and across many other materials. This enables connections in places where they were not previously possible and, in addition, can be used in place of more expensive and complex harness... (read more)
Browse Cable Assemblies Datasheets for RS Components, Ltd.
A.H. Systems Inc.
Injection Current Probes
Injection Current Probes are used to inductively couple large RF currents into conductors passing through their aperture. The conductors are signal, control and power circuits of equipment under test for conducted susceptibility or immunity. Typical specifications requiring the use of injection probes are: · DO-160 · EN-50081-1 · IEC 801-6 · TR-EOP-000063. The purpose of the test is to determine that RF signals in the range of 10 KHz to 400 MHz, when coupled onto... (read more)
Browse Current Sensors Datasheets for A.H. Systems Inc.
ROHM Semiconductor USA, LLC
New Gate Drivers for High-speed Switching
and power MOSFETs due to built-in isolators. Based on an inductive coupling mechanism, the technology provides great flexibility of the isolation structure, high noise immunity while providing low differential impedance to the signal. The optimized isolator design prevents vulnerability to external magnetic fields. Since ROHM adapted this isolation technology together with a low voltage interface chip and a high voltage gate driver chip within a compact multi-chip IC package the mounting-area... (read more)
Browse Gate Drivers Datasheets for ROHM Semiconductor USA, LLC
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Adapting Qi-compliant wireless-power solutions to low-power wearable products
This technical article details how toiImplement wireless inductive charging in low-power, wearable designs using existing off-the shelf devices. Among the key factors to consider when designing a working solution in the 500- to 1500 mW power range is optimization of the magnetic
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the air is used for some types of radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags. Called inductive coupling, it occurs when an
Medical Device Link .
regularly timed basis with a suitably equipped remote location, such as a nurses ' station. MICS is set to completely replace magnetic-inductive coupling techniques, thereby providing faster data transfer and longer range in pacemaker and defibrillator applications. Magnetic-inductive coupling supports
Designing and evaluating an NFC-enabled bio-patch for medical and health and fitness applications
in proximity of the gateway, scavenging the RF energy of the radiating element through inductive coupling. As part of the system solution, an Android app was developed to collect the information and provide a link to the Internet of Things (IoT).
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US2009563544A System and method for controlling power transfer across an inductive power coupling .
Standing wave effect on plasma distribution in an inductively coupled plasma source with a short antenna
… antenna as the maximum voltage and minimum current at the power input of the antenna and vice versa at the ground termination, the capacitive power coupling is more sensitive near the power input while the inductive power coupling mode is dominated near …
Transition phenomena in a radio-frequency inductively coupled plasma
In H-mode the discharge is sustained through inductive power coupling .
Modern Trends in Inductive Power Transfer for Transportation Applications
 J. G. Bolger, F. A. Kirsten, and L. S. Ng, “ Inductive power coupling for an electric highway system,” in Proc. IEEE 28th Veh.
A low power inductive-coupled transceiver for inter-chip communication
In this paper, a low power inductive coupled transceiver designed for standard 0.18 μm CMOS technology has been presented.
Wireless Power Transfer for Medical Microsystems
Inductors and capacitors in series or parallel connections have been commonly employed as resonators for inductive power couplings .
Equivalent circuit characterization of resonant magnetic coupling for wireless transmission of electrical energy
The efficiency of the inductive coupling power transfer system and current/voltage amplification between two resonant coils as a function of the geometrical parameters of the coils and their mutual distance can be calculated quickly and accurately for different system geometries, load conditions …
Display IP Q2 2012 Key Patent Special Report - Mobile Wireless Charging
US2009563544A System and method for controlling power transfer across an inductive power coupling .
Inductive power coupling is also not uniform across the plasma radius.
Influence of a phase-locked RF substrate bias on the E- to H-mode transition in an inductively coupled plasma
The inductive power coupling is realized by driving a three-turn double-spiral antenna at 13.56 MHz via an RF power generator and an impedance matching.
Comparison of Test Methods for Characterization of High-Leakage Two-Winding Transformers
For example, for the high- power inductive coupling transformer, an additional discrete capacitance of 39 nF was added in parallel with the relatively low magnetizing inductance of 45 μH.
Analog Circuit Design
A second method of providing power is to use inductive power coupling through the skin.