Electronic Products & Technology


August 4, 2015 by Stephen Law

High power LEDs achieves 50% output improvement

CREE XLamp XHP35 family of LEDs with 50% more light output than firm’s previous highest-performing single-die LED, setting a new performance standard for the 3.5mm footprint. Built on firm’s SC5 Technology platform, device provides high-voltage power die architecture, empowering OEMs…
August 2, 2015 by Stephen Law

HD, touchscreen LCD monitor suits industrial applications

STEALTH SV-2150WS-PM Panel Mount, 21.5″ LCD monitor includes high definition widescreen 16:9 format with 1080p resolution (1920 x 1080). LCD is environmentally sealed to NEMA 4/IP65 specifications providing maximum protection from dirty, wet and hostile operating environments. The IPS LCD…
July 29, 2015 by Peter Loney

AC/DC Converter for Extreme Temperatures

Mornsun’s LN01, 02, 03-12Bxx series of 1W to 3W AC/DC converters meet standards, EMI Class B without external circuit, surge immunity meets Level 4 standard. Offering an input voltage range of 165~264VAC/233~370VDC and a ultra-wide operating temperature range of -40℃~70℃,…
April 4, 2015 by EP&T Magazine

Silicon photonics takes next step toward a high bandwidth future

The computing and telecommunications industries have ambitious plans for the future: Systems that will store information in the cloud, analyze enormous amounts of data, and think more like a brain than a standard computer. Such systems are already being developed,…
February 17, 2015 by EP&T Magazine

Flat panel display area demand growing rapidly

Once focused on unit growth, the entire global flat-panel display (FPD) industry is now shifting to focus on area-demand growth. According to IHS, display panel shipments for all FPD applications grew 9%, year over year, to reach 168.9-million-square-meters in 2014.…
February 10, 2015 by EP&T Magazine

UofT engineers study new family of light-converting materials

University of Toronto Engineers have shone new light on an emerging family of solar-absorbing materials that could clear the way for cheaper and more efficient solar panels and LEDs. The materials, called perovskites, are particularly good at absorbing visible light,…
December 25, 2014 by EP&T Magazine

Meaglow helps make Christmas trees brighter

Meaglow Ltd., Thunder Bay ON, has shed new light on LED inefficiency thanks to the work of its research staff, together with students of the firm’s chief scientist, Dr. Butcher. In a publication, now on line at the journal of…
October 24, 2014 by EP&T Magazine

Christie displays visual technology at SmartWeek

Kitchener ON-based Christie will showcase its leading-edge visual technologies at SMARTWEEK 2014 in Toronto today, serving as Innovation Lab Sponsor for the event. The event (Oct. 24-26) aims to bring together the top IoT (Internet of Things) thought leaders from…
October 8, 2014 by EP&T Magazine

Barrier layers for flexible electronics could reach $200M mark

OLED displays are the biggest opportunity for flexible encapsulation and for that reason IDTechEx has highlighted the most significant advances in the technology in its recently updated report on the topic ‘Barrier Layers for Flexible Electronics 2015-2025: Technologies, Markets, Forecasts’…
October 4, 2014 by EP&T Magazine

Exar merges with Integrated Memory Logic

Leading supplier of high-performance integrated circuits and system solutions Exar Corp. has completed its merger with Integrated Memory Logic Ltd. (iML), a leading provider of power management and color calibration solutions for large and medium-sized flat panel displays used in…
September 25, 2014 by EP&T Magazine

Digi-Key to distribute optoelectronic leader QT Brightek

Global electronic components distributor Digi-Key Corp., has reached a global distribution agreement with QT Brightek (QTB), a lighting industry leader providing a wide selection of optoelectronics products. The firm designs and manufactures standard and custom optoelectronic devices, components, modules, and…
September 22, 2014 by EP&T Magazine

Polytechnique Montral researchers develop advancements in smartphone display glass

Your smartphone’s display glass could soon do much more than just look pretty. That’s what researchers from Polytechnique Montréal have just established by creating laser-written light-guiding systems that are efficient enough to be developed for commercial use. This revolutionary technology…