Microdis Electronics has, per 06-12-2016, a combined Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) Customs simplification and Security and Safety certificate.
AEO-F status, issued by customs administrations in the EU, certifies that a business has met certain standards in relation to their security, management systems, compliance with customs rules and ongoing solvency.
The M1575HCT-22-P is a omnidirectional high performance passive antenna designed for the GPS L1 band, and built on proprietary Helicore®technology. This technology provides exceptional pattern control, polarization purity and high efficiency in a very compact form factor. The antenna is ground plane independend, and is not affected by the closeness of the human body (no detuning).
The ultra light design weighs only 2 grams making this antenna ideal for the most demanding, mechanically constrained platforms including handheld devices, asset tracking, seismic recording instruments and many more.
Microdis expands it's portfolio of antennas and presents a new series, dedicated for maritime applications.
For more information please inquire in one of our offices.
SARA-G3xx - the new family of low-power and cost effective GSM/GPRS modules introduced by u-blox is continuation of well known, and market proven modules LEON-Gxxx.
Compact 16x26 mm LGA module offers traditional for u-blox, outstanding quality and reliability, excellent electrical parameters (fe. low power consumption 0.6mA, high sensitivity) and useful features like CellLocate (navigation without GPS/GNSS), DTMF, in-band modem support for eCall and ERA Glonass, integration with GPS/GNSS modules including built in Assisted GPS client.
SARA-G3xx GSM/GPRS modules are pin compatible to the smallest 3G HSPA (UMTS/GSM) modules SARA-U2xx.
SARA form factor supports simple migration to u-blox’ LISA UMTS and CDMA, and TOBY LTE modules via PCB layout compatibility (nested design). The modules are fully qualified according to ISO 16750, and ready to be used in "in vehicle" applications.
u-blox - the leading manufacturer of GPS/GNSS products - introduced the latest u-blox7 family, using not only GPS and SBAS, but also Russian Glonass and Japanese QZSS localization systems.
Extremely low power consumption (4.5mA/1Hz) and state of the art navigation performance modules are also equipped with several useful, additional features, like Jammer Detection or DataLogger.
Extremely small UC530M is u-blox’ newest multi-GNSS module with integrated antenna. By utilizing GPS and GLONASS satellites in parallel mode, UC530M can enhance the position availability in harsh GNSS satellite visibility conditions and in the polar regions.
Incorporating UC530M into customer designs is simple and straightforward thanks to the embedded antenna, low power consumption, a small footprint of only 9.6x14.0x1.95 mm. External, active antenna can also be connected if necessary.
LEON-G100 & LEON-G100 certified in Ukraine
CellLocate - positioning even without GPS signal introduced by u-blox
CellLocate can be used together with GPS/Glonass/Galileo receivers - to estimate position when GPS signal is blocked (in the garage, tunnel, inside the building) or jammed (using jammer). Moreover, accuracy is high enough for many applications, where CellLocate can be used alone, saving the cost of GPS/Glonass receiver.
More details can be found by clicking the link: CellLocate article.pdf
Seoul Semiconductor has launched a high-performance, surface mount LED - the STW8Q2PA. This product with its low power, high efficacy, and low thermal resistance is a perfect solution for high-density arrays, strip lighting, tube lighs and backlighting applications where a more uniform light distribution is desired.
Swiss company u-blox, well known supplier of State of The Art GPS/Galileo modules, extends the portfolio by innovative GSM modules. "Leon" is the first member of the new family of GSM products.
This surface-mount, very small GPRS unit offers additional features like Assisted GPS client to enhance performance of external GPS module, FOTA, FOAT, antenna supervisor or easy in handling form factor.
Leon is optimal solution for cost-sensitive industrial applications such as fleet management, asset and personnel tracking, vehicle recovery, point-of-sales terminals and metering.
Microdis Electronics has signed a distribution agreement with Amber Wireless – a German manufacturer of wireless modems and modules, present on the market since over 10 years. The Cologne based producer is one of the first who brought a Wireless M-Bus module to the market, designed specifically for AMR (Automatic Meter Reading) applications, according to the EN13757-4: 2005 standard.
AAEON announces a low power consumption Embedded Controller - AEC-6821. The AEC-6821, which adopts the AMD Geode LX 800 processor, is an advanced version of AEC-6820 and targets the transportation and infrastructure market. It reduces time and resources of system integration and ensures quality and stability for any project.
Microdis Electronics has entered into a franchise agreement with the USA-based GPS antenna specialist Maxtena Inc., as their exclusive distribution partner in E.Europe.
The product portfolio of Maxtena includes passive GPS patch antennas, active GPS antennas and helical GPS antennas for proffesional applications.
Seoul Semiconductor launched new, high-efficient (120lm/W), SMD type LED. The new LCW100Z1 LED comes in three ranges of correlated color temperatures (CCT); including pure white, warm white and natural white.
Compact design (just 3.5 x 2.8 x 1.6mm), high brightness and efficiency (increasing the lifetime of the battery) makes it ideal choice for such applications like: array lighting, decoration lighting, information boards, and any lighting for small size devices.
X|Synergy is the complete RJ45 connection system to be used in harsh environment.
The RJ45 connector standardized per ISO/IEC 11801 and 24702 became, besides the fiber optic LC connectors, the “connection system of the internet era”. It is used for most of the data communication interfaces. With the growing need of integrated communication it is now also entering harsh environments when for example automation islands are integrated in production process networks.