W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. (Gore) is pleased to announce that COTSWORKS(r) has been recently named an authorized distributor and value-added reseller of GORE(r) Aerospace Fiber Optic Cables for civil and military aircraft applications in Europe and North America.[Continue reading →]
W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. (Gore) announced today that GORE-FLIGHT(tm) Microwave Assemblies and GORE(r) Microwave/RF Assemblies for military aerospace applications have successfully passed stringent U.S. Army flight qualifications on the MH-47 Rotorcraft[Continue reading →]
Photodiode SFH 2440 L from Osram Opto Semiconductors enables fitness sensors to be made extremely thin. To save on mounting height it can be flush mounted in the board. Its spectral sensitivity – high in the green range and extremely low in the infrared range – has been designed specifically for heart rate measurements. Picture: Osram Photodiode SFH 2440 L from Osram Opto Semiconductors saves on mounting height in the design of heart rate sensors. It can be flush-mounted on the printed circuit board (PCB), with longer leads ensuring secure mounting and reliable solder points. The component also features spectral sensitivity specially designed for measuring heart rate.
Ambient light effects suppressed [Continue reading →]
W. L. Gore & Associates (Gore) introduces GORE(r) Aerospace Fiber Optic Cables to meet the civil aerospace industry's need for reliable high-speed data transmission cables in a durable, lightweight construction.[Continue reading →]
Sunnyvale, CA, The SFH 7051 from Osram Opto Semiconductors is an integrated optical sensor specially designed for heart rate monitoring. This component is used in fitness trackers, smart watches and other wearables. The new sensor consumes very little power, maximizing battery life and reliability.
The SFH 7051 consists of a large-format photodiode and three green LEDs with a wavelength of 530 nanometers (nm). It is used for monitoring heart rate by measuring the volume of blood passing through blood vessels. It works by shining light on the surface of the skin. Different amounts of this light are absorbed by blood and the surrounding tissue. The light not absorbed is reflected to the detector. With its green emission spectrum, the SFH 7051 is ideal for measuring pulse rate at the wrist. [Continue reading →]
With the new SFH 4715AS and SFH 4716AS, Osram Opto Semiconductors has increased the output of its IR Oslon Black family for the second time in six months. This has been achieved by combining the latest chip design with an optimized package and Nanostack technology, in which each chip has two emission centers. Depending on the type of external optics and the particular application, the infrared light emitting diodes (IREDs) can provide illumination over a distance of more than 100 meters (109.36 yards), which makes them even better light sources for many camera-based applications.
Thanks to their high optical output of 1.37 watts (W) at 1 ampere (A), the new IR Oslon Black Stack components are the most powerful infrared light emitting diodes (IREDs) yet from Osram Opto Semiconductors. The reasons for the increase in output of over 70 percent compared with the standard version include the use of the latest generation of chips, an optimized package design and, most importantly, Nanostack technology, which means that each chip has two emission centers arranged one above the other. [Continue reading →]
Thanks to a new package, Osram Opto Semiconductors reduces the length of its large-area photodiodes by about 20 percent. The first product from this series is the IR Topled D5140 which has been optimized for the detection of visible light. Picture: Osram The Topled D5140 photodiode allows more compact sensors to be produced for heart rate monitoring. Thanks to the spectral sensitivity adapted to visible light, the component enables very precise measurements. Picture: Osram Sunnyvale, CA, November 29, 2016
Space-saving sensor for fitness trackers [Continue reading →]
Osram Opto Semiconductors introduces the SFH 4735, the first broadband infrared LED. The main application is near-infrared spectroscopy, for example, in analyzing food. Picture: Osram A calorie or nutrition sensor in a smartphone: the first broadband infrared LED from Osram Opto Semiconductors will make near-infrared spectrometry for measuring the fat, protein, water or sugar content in food an everyday application. Picture: Osram Sunnyvale, CA, November 4, 2016
World’s first broadband infrared LED from Osram [Continue reading →]