Motor drives need to be energy efficient, have variable speeds and in order to work, need inverter drivers.
When we were all first introduced to popular robot characters like R2D2 from Star Wars, the world of movies became even more exciting . For a long time they were indeed pure fiction. But now robots are becoming reality.
All over the world, people are being drawn to the Big City: the UN predicts that by 2050 some two thirds of the world's inhabitants will live in cities.
Did you know that back in 1984 Toshiba invented a new memory technology? In fact the erasing of the memory process reminded them of a camera flash so that it was called 'Flash' Memory.
SOLERIQ Family of Chip On Board LEDs, specifically designed for downlights and spotlights within retail, food and entertainment environments, these Chip On Board LEDs typically replace high wattage halogen bulbs.
In its second year of honoring suppliers’ amazing efforts, cooperation and teamwork, EBV was able to thank all of the people involved in the best and most successful coop campaigns at the Wolpertinger Marketing Awards.
The Quintessence of Industry 4.0: In Conversation with Prof. Dr. Gesche Joost - The Internet Ambassador of the German Federal Government sees Industry 4.0 as a European project.
The Cloud is revolutionising the world of information technology: IT is increasingly being relocated out of the home or business environment. Instead, it is being offered in the form of flexible, needs-based, real-time online services, paid for...
EBV & NXP are working together to bring to you Total Motor Control Solutions along with a complete portfolio of products and expertise. A wide range of features, ensures the high accuracy necessary for sensored and sensorless motor control.
EBV Elektronik is proud to introduce the sensorTAG demokit. It's an innovative concept demonstrating various sensing technologies around Bluetooth® Low Energy, modified from the TI orignal edition to be closer to the EBV portfolio.
The Quintessence of Smart Systems: In Conversation with Mark Oleynik - Doing your own cooking is a thing of the past.