Entries for July 2017

Tesla Gigafactory Adds Microgrid Lab
Tesla is adding a $460k microgrid lab to its Gigafactory.
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Electronics Weekly – Maxim Battery Booster, Toshiba Flash Memory & More
New products from Maxim, Microchip, RS Components, Synopsys and Toshiba.
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Introducing the First Biocompatible Ion Current Battery
Inverted battery design uses Kentucky bluegrass to store energy.
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EW - Assembly Edition – AMETEK RF Connectors, Kester Soldering Flux & More
New products from AIM Solder, AMETEK, Kester, Littlefuse and Masterbond.
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Harvesting Energy from Human Movement
Ultrathin device based on battery technology generates electricity when bent or pressed.
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Electronics Weekly – Hitachi Electron Microscopes, TI Battery Charge Controllers & More
New products from Hitachi, Microchip, Microsemi, RS Components and Texas Instruments.
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EW - Production Edition - Bruker Wafer Polishing, EV Group Lithography & More
New products from ASM Assembly Systems, Bruker, EV Group, Manncorp and SCREEN.
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Why the Tesla Model 3 Will NOT Have a Solar Roof
A solar assisted Tesla Model 3 is technically possible but economically impractical. Here's why.
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Supercapacitor Electrodes Made Faster and Cheaper
New method more than doubles aerogel-based electrode capacitance.
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Space Age IoT Technology for Energy Management and Fault Prediction
IoT and AI team up for energy management and fault prediction.
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Electronics Weekly – Microsemi Clock Buffers, Toshiba ESD Diodes & More
New products from Intersil, Microsemi, Pasternack, RS Components and Toshiba.
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When Will EVs and Home Batteries Become Cost Effective?
New tool predicts how much consumers will pay for energy storage.
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Tesla Powerpack Supports Renewable Energy in Australia
Tesla is building the world's largest Li-ion battery, which will support an Australian wind farm.
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Electronics Weekly – Synopsys Vision Processors, Microsemi Imaging Upgrades & More
New products from Analog Devices, BQR, Microsemi, Synopsys and Texas Instruments.
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