Keithley Instruments has announced the Model 2460 SourceMeter, the company’s latest benchtop Source Measure Unit (SMU) instrument with a capacitive touchscreen graphical user interface. Model 2460 offers users higher power sourcing (up to 105 V, 7 A DC/7 A pulse, 100 W max.) with 0.012% basic measurement accuracy and 6½-digit resolution, making it useful for high-power, high-precision I–V characterization of modern materials and high-power devices. For more details, tel +49 89 84 93 0740, e-mail info@keithley.deor visit www.keithley.com.

Murata has announced the addition of the OKD series of non-isolated point-of-load (PoL) DC/DC converters from Murata Power Solutions. Available in three different package formats – through-hole, single-in-line, and surface mount – the OKDx-T/40 is a 40 A, 132 W digital DC/DC converter. These highly efficient (typically 97.2%), fully regulated converters offer a high power density and measure just 30.85 × 20.0 × 8.2 mm. For more information, tel +44 1252 811666, e-mail atonooka@murata.co.ukor visit www.murata.eu.

Model 307 from Resolve Optics Ltd is a high-performance, 40 mm focal length, infrared (IR) lens designed specifically for thermal-imaging applications in the 8–14 μm waveband. Manufactured from germanium, Model 307 lenses come with antireflective coatings that ensure high performance throughout the IR waveband, and operate over 0–40°C without refocusing. For more details, tel +44 1494 777100, e-mail sales@resolveoptics.comor visit www.resolveoptics.com/.

VadaTech has announced a 2U Hybrid Chassis that provides MicroTCA.4-compliant slots along with MicroTCA.0 standard slots. The VT812 2U Chassis Platforms feature four mid-size MTCA.0 and four mid-size MTCA.4 slots, including corresponding MicroRTMs (Rear Transition Modules for MicroTCA). The MicroTCA.4 architecture is designed primarily for high-energy physics applications, but is an excellent fit for many other applications. The chassis offers dual MicroTCA Carrier Hubs (MCHs), dual redundant power supplies, a JTAG Switch Module (JSM) and a Telco Alarm. For more information, visit www.VadaTech.com.

Wind River has introduced its latest version of Wind River Linux, which users can now access as binary code, in addition to source-code format. The new version is also updated with the current Linux kernel, toolchain, and user space based on the upcoming Yocto Project release. Developed from the Yocto Project open-source development infrastructure, Wind River Linux uses the latest Linux kernel as its upstream source to ensure access to the latest from the open-source community. For more details, tel +33 164 866 664, e-mail isabelle.denis@windriver.comor visit http://tinyurl.com/wrlinux7.