Farnell’s e-Tech Journal Edition 2 now available for download

Farnell, an Avnet Company and global distributor of electronic components, products and solutions, has published the latest edition of its popular online magazine, e-Tech Journal.  In edition 2 of the recently relaunched journal, Farnell helps users understand the challenges that many engineers face when delivering power safely, reliably, accurately, and efficiently.

By downloading the latest edition of the free magazine, readers can learn how to select the best battery for their next wireless application and how to overcome battery-life challenges. In addition, users will be given an insight into the benefits of 4th generation SiC MOSFETS, circuit protection solutions, design considerations for auxiliary gate drive transformers, and how to overcome space constraints in power management applications.

Users can also discover how the latest low-power, energy-efficient devices and system designs have transformed power management, allowing for the use of fewer devices, resulting in more reliable and cost-effective solutions plus read technical content from leading suppliers like Renesas, Analog Devices, Wurth Elektronik, Keysight and many more.

Cliff Ortmeyer, Global Head of Technical Marketing at Farnell, and Editor of the e-Tech Journal, said: “We are delighted with the new look e-Tech Journal as we continue to provide in-depth technical insight into new technologies, along with analysis and explanations from suppliers, industry experts, and Farnell engineers on key trends shaping today’s electronics industry.

“I am sure this latest edition will prove to be extremely popular with readers as we help them to better understand power management and the inherent trade-offs required to unlock innovation.”

Edition 2 is now available as a free download here, and readers can already look forward to the third issue due in August, with a focus on Smart Industrial Automation.

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