• Industrial SD Cards Use Case Analysis - Panasonic Industrial Devices
    March 25, 2015
  • Understanding Bluetooth® Special Interest Group (SIG) Fees - Panasonic Industrial Devices
    March 18, 2015
    As of February 2014, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has instituted a new listing process (click here) that requires companies to declare compliance with the terms and conditions in the Bluetooth Trademark License Agreement and Bluetooth Patent/Copyright License Agreement.  Each declaration must contain a Qualified Design ID (QDID), Declaration ID, and a list of product(s) using the qualified design.  
  • Using the Grid-EYE Sensor in Building Management Systems - Panasonic Industrial Devices
    March 10, 2015
    The Grid-EYE is an Infrared Array Sensor with 64 thermopile ‘pixels’ arranged in an 8 x 8 array.  As a passive infrared component, this sensor can be used in similar applications to PIR sensors.  However, the Grid-EYE holds a distinct advantage over traditional PIR sensors in that it detects absolute temperature instead of
  • Tech Day 2015 - Panasonic Industrial Devices
    March 04, 2015
  • Improving Tactile Switch Actuation and Lifecycle Whitepaper - Panasonic Industrial Devices
    February 11, 2015
    Advanced manufacturing methods have created new switch designs that set themselves apart from the pack.
  • Benefits of Vacuum Insulation Panels - Panasonic Industrial Devices
    February 04, 2015
       Thermal insulation is used to maintain proper temperature control and reduce the transfer of thermal energy between objects and spaces. Maintaining temperature levels without some degree of heat loss is impossible, however, vacuum insulation panels can significantly reduce the effects of thermal transfer.
  • AC Servo Motors Get Faster - And Smarter - Panasonic Industrial Automation
    January 28, 2015
    AC servo systems have long been the workhorses of industrial automation, but it’s time to start thinking of them as thoroughbreds. 
  • Increasing Load Capacity in PhotoMOS® Relays - Panasonic Industrial Devices
    January 21, 2015
    PhotoMOS® Optically-Isolated Relays are quite different from standard electromechanical relays and have a variety of applications including test and measurement equipment, industrial control, and security. PhotoMOS Relays inherently have a limited DC load, however, by changing the output terminal connections, 6-Pin DIP and SOP type PhotoMOS Relays can withstand a higher load capacity.