?Crt Monitors?

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Start with the news release Monitoring system features Nordic transceivers from Nordic Semiconductor, which we summarised at the time by saying "Nordic Semiconductor has announced that Spantec has developed a fully comprehensive ANT+ telemedical remote monitoring system using Nordic nRF24AP2 eight-channel 2.4GHz ANT transceivers.". Several months prior to that, we featured the news release Tool safeguards low-voltage portable electronics from Linear Technology: "The LTC4362 is a 2.5 to 5.5V overvoltage and overcurrent protector that safeguards low-voltage, portable electronics from damaging input voltage transients and current surges.".

In December 2010, we covered the news from Knowles Acoustics - take a look at Knowles offers TWFK balanced armature receivers which says: "Knowles Acoustics has introduced the TWFK series, a small dual-balanced armature receiver with mechanical shock resistance and extreme wideband capability, designed for pro-audio, in-ear applications.".

Take a look also at the news release from Ibase Technology, Ibase designs computing system for in-vehicle use, as well as Current sink LED platform suits handheld displays from Semtech, and Batteries suit high-drain electronic applications from Saft Lithium Battery Division.

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Microchip introduces general-purpose op amps (October 2010)

Microchip has developed op amps that can be used in medical monitors, sensors in automotive applications and industrial power supplies, for example.

Linear controller protects low-voltage electronics (October 2010)

Linear Technology has introduced a 2.5V to 5.5V protection controller that is designed to safeguard low-voltage portable electronics from damaging input voltage transients and current surges.

Monitors enable creation of virtual graphics card (October 2010)

Users that do not have dual-display graphics card availability or a free VGA port can now obtain full graphics functionality by connecting GPEG's 7 or 10.1in USB-enabled monitors.

Zigor UPS system eliminates power distortions (October 2010)

Zigor has launched the Volga Plus series of UPS systems for a variety of applications including telecommunications, data centres, networking and industrial uses.

Temperature sensor monitors ASICs, FPGAs and CPUs (October 2010)

The MAX6581, a +/-1C accurate, eight-channel temperature sensor, has seven remote sensing channels to monitor ASICs, FPGAs, CPUs and boards with multiple hot spots.

Embedded system for Vision Control applications (September 2010)

Lanner has launched the LEC-2026, an embedded system that supports six Intel GbE LAN ports, each with its own network controller, to ensure high throughput for network communication applications.

Habey launches embedded PC with Intel Atom E600 (September 2010)

Habey has announced the BIS-6622, an ultra-compact, fanless embedded PC platform for applications such as communication appliances, digital signage media players and kiosks.

Osram LEDs utilised in Dolby reference monitor (September 2010)

Osram Opto Semiconductors has revealed that its LEDs support high technical standards for Dolby's LED-backlit professional reference monitor, targeted at film and TV production and post-production.

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