Quad-core power in 27 x 27 mm — Simply solder to the circuit board


Bringing high-performance computing power to your own board with ease

this is the goal of the new QS Computer-on-Module family (or CoM for short) by Ka-Ro 

The modules are ultra-small in 27 mm x 27 mm and only 2.3 mm high in a QFN housing form.  
The processor, PMIC, RAM and even the flash memory are already integrated.


Fine antennas for extremely sharpened sensing up to 5G:
Use TAOGLAS for your IoT application


Highly sensitive people with extremely sharpened senses have incredibly fine antennas.

Highly sensitive data in the "Internet of Things," "Industry 4.0" or "Smart Home" are transmitted using wireless technologies such as mobile radio, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth. etc. Best of all, however, they can be transmitted using incredibly fine antennas.


"Flash of inspiration" for mesh networks:
SILICON LABS SoCs of the Gecko 2 series bring light into the dark...


Because they're especially good at it.
The Gecko 2 series from SILICON LABS is a powerful "light" for mesh networks.

The manufacturer's new SoC (System-on-Chip) series is specially optimized for network-powered IoT applications. Ideal for networked lighting, smart metering and gateways.


For the safe charging of lithium ion batteries:
NTC thermistors from TDK


Low weight and high energy density –

lithium ion batteries are an integral part of our everyday lives.

They are used in almost all consumer electronics devices.

They replace nickel-metal hydride batteries in battery-powered tools.

Instead of lead batteries, they function in energy storage systems and photovoltaic storage systems.

Constant monitoring and control of the cell temperature is essential:

  1. to maximise the battery life
  2. to ensure safety



With intelligent phase and speed control:
TOSHIBA controller and driver IC for BLDC motors


Electric motors are responsible for a large part of the world's energy consumption.
High energy-efficiency is therefore becoming increasingly important.

In data centres with ever larger server capacities, physically larger fans with higher speeds are required to dissipate excess heat.

To achieve high performance, small fans, vacuum cleaners and pumps operate at high speeds.