Simple-to-use, small and brushed motor driver

This Webtalk discusses the MAX14871 from Maxim Integrated, the industry’s simplest-to-use, smallest & most flexible brushed motor driver. It is explained why the part was designed - i.e. which problems its solves for design engineers - and how it fits with Maxim’s strategy. The presentation points out the product highlights and talks about some of the target applications. The webtalk concludes by showing several options of how to evaluate the performance of the part.


ZES Zimmer on testing advanced power electronics

In this video Bernd Neuner from ZES Zimmer talks to Alix Paultre for Electronic News TV at the 2017 Power Electronics Conference in Nuremberg. The discussion deals with the issues involving test and m...


Weidmüller discusses the need for a better signal and power interface

In this video Rene Arntzen from Weidmüller talks to Alix Paultre of Electronic News TV about the importance of a good signal and power interface for industrial equipment. There is currently no good ...


Mouser talks about the state of engineering development today

In this video Mark Burr-Lonnon and Graham Maggs of Mouser Electronics, a major international electronics distributor, talk to Alix Paultre about the state of engineering development today. With massiv...


Infineon launches a new family of configurable industrial drive boards

In this video Infineon explains their new family of configurable industrial drive boards at SPS-IPC Drives 2017. Intended to enable easy setup and deployment, the XMC-based automation boards can handl...


STMicro explains their STSPIN family of single-chip motor drivers

In this video STMicroelectronics explains their STSPIN single-chip motor drivers at SPS-IPC Drives 2017. The STSPIN family embeds can drive motors efficiently and with high accuracy, with an advanced ...