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Rutronik to display security solutions at the IoT Tech Expo

Rutronik to display security solutions at the IoT Tech Expo
At the IoT Tech Expo Amsterdam on 27th-28th June, Rutronik will be exhibiting. In connection with the eponymous trade show theme, the Internet of Things (IoT), the distributor will be providing information on key products from the SMART and EMBEDDED product campaigns and on security solutions in accordance with Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
22nd June 2018

Rutronik joins Insight-SiP at the 2018 IoT World Conference

  Rutronik Inc. will be attending and co-exhibiting at the 2018 IoT World Conference, scheduled for 14th to 17th May at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California.
15th May 2018

Kit simplifies IoT connection to enterprise cloud

The AE-CLOUD1 kit from Renesas is now available at Rutronik UK. It demonstrates the Synergy Enterprise Cloud Toolbox which enables users to connect their IoT applications to enterprise cloud vendors such as Amazon, Microsoft or Google with minimum effort and no cumbersome licensing.
4th May 2018


Rutronik joined Embedded Systems Conference for the first time

Rutronik joined Embedded Systems Conference for the first time
  Rutronik participated for the first time at the 2018 Embedded Systems Conference, which took place from the 18th-19th April at the Boston Convention Center in Boston, MA.
1st May 2018

Reference kit enables IoT connections to cloud vendors

Reference kit enables IoT connections to cloud vendors
The AECLOUD1 kit demonstrates the Synergy Enterprise Cloud Toolbox which enables users to connect their IoT applications to enterprise cloud vendors such as Amazon, Microsoft or Google with minimum effort and no cumbersome licensing. The AECLOUD1 kit is available at from Rutronik.
7th March 2018

Using Bluetooth 5 to connect the IoT

Using Bluetooth 5 to connect the IoT
The Internet of Things (IoT) needs reliable, secure, low-energy and low-cost wireless connections to ensure that the Things that are increasingly being introduced into home, work and industrial settings can make that vital link back to their host services. Bluetooth technology looks likely to play an important role in enabling the IoT – 8.2 billion devices are already using the standard and, according to ABI Research, 48 billion devices will be connected to the Internet by 2021, and 30% of them will use Bluetooth to do so.
23rd February 2018

Security whitepaper helps developers meet GDPR requirements

Security whitepaper helps developers meet GDPR requirements
  A comprehensive whitepaper on security aspects has been produced by Rutronik. It will help developers, product managers, and buyers to create secure switching and system concepts, thereby also meeting the requirements of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), which becomes legally enforceable on 25th May 2018.
10th January 2018

Focus on IoT, security and sensing at embedded world 2018

Focus on IoT, security and sensing at embedded world 2018
At embedded world 2018 (27th February to 1st March), Rutronik will be hosting two booths with a focus on IoT, security and sensing. RUTRONIK EMBEDDED offers visitors system concepts ranging from networked sensor hubs to gateways and enterprise solutions. The emphasis for displays, storage media and embedded boards is on robustness and long-term availability. Digital signage, medical, transportation and solutions for raw industrial applications are just some of the markets for which Rutronik will be showcasing exhibits at embedded world.
8th January 2018

Multiprotocol SoC designed for Bluetooth 5 applications

Multiprotocol SoC designed for Bluetooth 5 applications
The nRF52810 from Nordic Semiconductor is a power efficient and high performance multiprotocol SoC supporting Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), ANT and 2.4GHz proprietary protocols. The SoC has been designed to offer advanced features such as Bluetooth 5 and a powerful ARM Cortex-M4 CPU at a level that makes it compelling for even the lowest cost Bluetooth Low Energy applications.
10th November 2017

IC facilitates batteryless RF communication

IC facilitates batteryless RF communication
A new IC for batteryless RF communication has been launched by Panasonic, extending its range of NFC tags. The MN63Y1221-E1 guarantees global interoperability as well as low power consumption. The new IC is available from Rutronik. The MN63Y1221-E1 is compliant with JISX6319-4 (212kbps/ 424kbps), ISO/IEC14443 Type A (106kbps), and ISO/IEC14443 Type B (106kbps/212kbps/424kbps) 13.56-MHz contactless IC card standard, thus guaranteeing global interoperability.
14th June 2017

Overview of long range wireless IoT solutions

Overview of long range wireless IoT solutions
Be it razor holders reordering blades at the push of a button or refrigerated containers being monitored on their journey between continents – the IoT (Internet of Things) already connects many things; a trend that seems to be increasing by the day. Who knows how many it will eventually be? According to forecasts, between 200 million and 100 billion devices will be connected through the Internet of Things by 2020 alone. Author: Anja Schaal, Product Sales Manager, Rutronik
9th March 2017

Wireless chips for IoT applications on show at embedded world

Wireless chips for IoT applications on show at embedded world
At embedded world 2017 (booth 3A-439), RUTRONIK EMBEDDED is to offer visitors selected wireless chips and modules, displays, boards, and storage solutions characterised by their durability, long-term availability and high integration capacity for industrial and IoT applications. 
10th January 2017

Bluetooth module suits IoT applications

Bluetooth module suits IoT applications
The powerful high-end Bluetooth v4.2 qualified single-mode „BlueMod+S42“ module from Telit is based on the nRF52 Nordic chip and makesBLE Applications fast and secure. It is available at distributor Rutronik as of now. The new single-mode module BlueMod+S42 issuitable for a variety of IoT applications: from simple cable replacement applications to complex mesh solutions. .
9th December 2016

Tracking assets with beacons

Tracking assets with beacons
  Unlike GPS and cellular mobile phone tracking, beacons can locate a position within decimeters, even inside a building, creating numerous application scenarios. By Bernd Hantsche, Marketing Director Wireless, Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente.
13th January 2015

Power amplifier boosts Bluetooth module performance

Power amplifier boosts Bluetooth module performance
Free2Move’s powerful new Bluetooth module F2M03GXA is now available from Rutronik. The fully qualified Bluetooth 2.0+EDR module is equipped with exceptional wireless transmission characteristics for data and voice communication. The F2M03GXA comes with a new power amplifier that allows an adjustable transmit power of up to 18.4dBm and a receiver sensibility of down to -89dBm.
6th March 2014

Getting Smarter With Bluetooth V4.0

Getting Smarter With Bluetooth V4.0
Bluetooth V4.0 promotes a previously overlooked technical feature that shows it isn’t 'only' about communicating with other devices, meaning it can offer much more than may have initially been supposed. Harald Naumann, Field Application Engineer, Wireless, at Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH, takes a detailed look in this ES Design magazine article.
16th May 2013

Rutronik - Smallest GPS antenna module from Fastrax

The Fastrax UC430 is a combination of a complete high-performance GPS receiver and an integrated chip antenna packed in a miniature form factor. At a size of only 9.6mm x 14.0mm x 1.95mm, the UC430 module also includes an antenna which is classifies it, according to Fastrax, as the world's smallest GPS antenna module.
16th August 2011

Designing an antenna for the M24LR64-R dual interface I²C/RFID device

The M24LR64-R device is an EEPROM designed for access via two different interfaces: a wired I²C interface and a standard contactless ISO 15693 RFID interface
8th April 2011

Telit - NE50-868 License-Free System RF module from Telit

The NE50-868 modules are based on Mesh network concept in the license-free 868 MHz ISM band. With adjustable output power from 5 mW to 25 mW NE50-868 modules allows efficient power management on both end nodes and routers, connecting up to 100 end nodes per router in a cluster tree architecture that enables scalability
8th April 2011

Telit HE910 – Smallest penta-band HSPA+ class m2m module worldwide

The HE910 modules are small, lightweight, low power consumption and RoHS compliant devices which combines the access to digital communication services in GSM, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS and HSPA networks with Land-Grid Array (LGA) form factor.
8th April 2011


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