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Artesyn Embedded Technologies announces the DA45C Series AC-DC power adapters, which combine high efficiency and rapid charging in a small package with USB-PD (power delivery) 3.0 Type-C output connector. The DA45C has four output voltage levels - 5, 9, 15, and 20 volts - and output current of up to 5 amps, enabling an output power of up to 45 watts that can be used to charge laptops, tablets, smartphones, and other USB-PD compliant consumer electronics. Original equipment manufacturers (OEMS) can use these new wall-mount adapters to meet the Department…
Redpine Signals Launches Industry's Lowest-Power Wireless MCU and Connectivity Solutions for Battery-Operated IoT Devices
Redpine Signals has launched
the industry’s lowest-power multi-protocol wireless MCU (WiSeMCU™) solution - RS14100 - for
battery-operated IoT devices. Redpine Signals also launched the RS9116 wireless
solution, which features multi-protocol wireless connectivity and is available
in both hosted (n-Link&t…
Wed, February 20 at 12:00 PM CST
The drive to optimize the ingredient-to-table process and the customer experience in the food services industry is creating increased demand for transformative technologies. Specific focus areas include decreasing customer wait times, accommodating web-based delivery services, improving the dine-in experience, and increasing kitchen efficiency.
In this webinar, we will explore major challenges and the transformative technologies addressing these focus areas, including operator enhancing interfaces, cloud and mesh connected devices, and enhanced controls such as AI. Engineering managers and design engineers building products for the food services industry will benefit from this webinar’s technology leaders’ insight.