Development of a New High Efficiency Single Crystalline Solar Cells by Sharp

December 1, 2010 · Filed Under Green Tech, Trendy Products · 1 Comment 

Sharp has made an announcement on development of a new single crystalline solar cell with high conversion efficiency. The new solar cell uses a Back Contact structure, where the electrodes are connected on the back-side, helping to eliminate any needs for electrode to be set on the front side. The new structure increases the light receiving area on the front side surface. Read more

Development of High Efficiency Power Inductor for DC/DC Converters Application by ALPS

November 3, 2010 · Filed Under Green Tech · 1 Comment 

Alps Green Devices has developed the GLMC Series, Liqualloy™ power inductor featuring higher power efficiency in such application as DC/Dc converters for notebook PCs with high-current battery drivers and servers requiring higher power efficiency. The new GLMC Series features a metal composite structure where winding wire is integrally molded with magnetic material in achieving both a compact design and supporting a large electric current. Read more

Development of High-Efficiency Wireless Recharging Technology by FUJITSU

September 15, 2010 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of High-Efficiency Wireless Recharging Technology by FUJITSU 

Fujitsu Laboratories has successfully developed a compact high-efficiency wireless recharging technology which is based on magnetic resonance capable of simultaneous recharging of several types of portable electronic devices. Along with its compact design and high efficient power transmitter and receiver, the new technology offers the capability of designing charging systems in 1/150th the time currently required. With this dramatic short development time, the new technology paves the way for integrating compact wireless charging functions within mobile phones and allows simultaneous charging of several mobile devices irrespective to their position to charger. Read more

Development of High Efficiency, Low Power Consumption MOSFET for High Performance DC/DC Power Supply Circuit by ROHM

August 17, 2010 · Filed Under Green Tech, Trendy Products · 5 Comments 

ROHM released its new ECOMOS RMW series of high efficiency, low power consumption MOSFETs that are optimized to be used in high performance DC/DC power supply circuits. The new series of ECOMOS offers a low ON resistance plus low capacitance, minimizing switching loss at the high side of DC/DC synchronous rectification circuits while simultaneously ensuring low ON resistance characteristics for reduced conduction loss through the low side, resulting in increased efficiency throughout the entire system. Read more

Development of Multilayer Ceramic Coils with World’s Highest Q Factor in 0402 Size by TDK-EPC

April 10, 2010 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of Multilayer Ceramic Coils with World’s Highest Q Factor in 0402 Size by TDK-EPC 

TDK multilayer ceramic coilTDK-EPC, made an announcement of development of the MLG0402Q series, a multilayer ceramic coils in 0402 size featuring a world’s highest Q factor of 15.8 at 1 GHz and 10 nH. The newly developed coils are chip components and their high Q factor has been achieved through use of a new technology that increases the precision of position control during the time of forming the layers, resulting in optimization of coil design. Read more

Development of RGB Laser Light Source Module for Large Screen Projectors by SONY

March 8, 2010 · Filed Under Trendy Products · 3 Comments 

Sony RGB laser light source moduleSony just made an announcement on development of RGB laser light source module which is ideal for large screen projectors like digital cinema projectors. The newly developed RGB laser module features a high power laser of the three primary colors namely Red, Green and Blue with a combined output power of 21W, equivalent to 5,000 lumens, all in a single package measuring just 530cc, making it among the industry’s smallest. The new RGB laser module utilizes semiconductor diodes for the red and blue lasers plus a compact, high power solid-sate SHG (Second Harmonic Generation) laser for the green developed internally by Sony. The three lasers produced output power of 10W, 6W and 5W for red, green and blue respectively, resulting in a total output power of 21W. The energy conversion ratios of the lasers range from 15 to 22% (18% on average) a high efficiency for power visible lasers. Read more

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