Panasonic’s Industrial Solutions Company has commercialized the R35K Series of Board to FPC Narrow Pitch Connectors for use in wearable devices and will launch full-scale mass production in December 2020. The new..
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Huawei Reveals Quick Charging Lithium-ion Batteries that can be charged to Half Capacity in Few Minutes
Watt Lab, which belongs to the Central Research Institute at Huawei Technology, unveiled their new quick charging lithium-ion batteries at the 56th Battery Symposium in Japan. Using next generation technology, these new..
The STWBC digital controller for wireless battery charger (WBC) transmitters from STMicroelectronics offers the most flexible and efficient solution for controlling power transfer from a WBC transmitter (TX) to a receiver (RX)..
Japan Display today announced the start of sales of a standard line-up of memory-in-pixel (MIP) reflective-type color LCD modules for wristwatch-type wearable devices which realize ultra-low power consumption. Power consumption of these..
Fujitsu Laboratories today announced the development of a compact and slim RFID tag that can be affixed to ID cards, wearable devices, metal parts, and other objects that have limitations with regard..
Panasonic has developed a Pin Shaped Lithium Ion Battery (CG-320, nominal capacity 13mAh) with a diameter of 3.5mm and a weight of 0.6g suitable for powering small devices such as wearable devices…
Panasonic Launches Worlds Thinnest Battery Connector Corresponding to 6 Ampere High Current Capacity
Panasonic announced today that it has developed a battery connector to FPC (Flexible Printed Circuit) board corresponding to high current capacity and boasting industry’s thinnest profile of 0.6 mm and a high..
LG Display has started mass production of the world’s first circular Plastic OLED (P-OLED) display. With a 1.3-inch diameter, the new innovative display is perfectly round and allows the LG G Watch..
Sumitomo Electric has developed an ultra-small, slim wireless charging module that enables to charge electronics appliances, such as wearable devices, without using power cable. The wireless charging module uses the electromagnetic inductive..