NVE Corporation is a leader in the practical commercialization of spintronics, a nanotechnology that relies on electron spin rather than electron charge to acquire, store and transmit information.
The company manufactures high-performance spintronic products including sensors and couplers that are used to acquire and transmit data. Products offer smaller size, more precision, higher speed, and are more rugged than coventional devices. NVE parts are popular in industrial, scientific, and medical applications.
Sensors acquire information, couplers transmit information, and memories store information. Thus our technology can provide the eyes, nerves, and brains of electronic systems. NVE's award-winning products are sold through a worldwide distribution network.
NVE was founded by Dr. James M. Daughton, a former Honeywell executive, in 1989.
The company is located in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis.
Tammy deconstructs NVE’s unique True 8™ Isolators, which feature IEC 60601-compliant full eight millimeter creepage distance. Tammy also explains that "creepage" isn't a Radiohead song.
An overview of spintronic tunneling principles and technology.
Isolating SPI eliminates ground loops and reduces noise, which improves accuracy. Sandy also "spies" some SPI best practices.
Sandy covers RS-485 network best practices and gives “tips and tricks.” Illustrative circuits use NVE's isolated RS-485 transceivers, which are the smallest devices of their type.
Classical and spin-momentum Magnetoresistive RAM (MRAM)
Sandy explains the difference between megabaud and megahertz, and explains why fast is worthless if it’s garbled.
Daniela grabs her PowerPoint clicker and explains basic magnetics, and demonstrates magnetic field strength versus distance.
Isolator jitter and its importance in applications such as precision audio. NVE IL700-Series isolators have a virtually undetectable 50 picoseconds of jitter.
IL600-Series passive-input isolators are ideal replacements for LED-input optocouplers. Sandy explains why she hates optos.
An overview of the industry-leading IL700-Series Isolators. Sandy explains why the parts are so brilliant.
Sandy explains key isolator speed metrics, and calls "shenanigans" on company's that exaggerate their speed specs.
Jamie explains key isolator high-voltage standards, including UL 1577, IEC 61010, IEC 60747, VDE 0884, and IEC 60601. NVE isolators have best-in-class high-voltage metrics, including 100 teraohm barrier resistance and 44000-year barrier life. IsoLoop Isol
Jamie explains isolator “endurance voltage,” and its importance in Battery Management Systems. IsoLooop IL700-Series isolators have best-in-class endurance voltage of 1000 volts RMS and 1500 volts DC.
Dee explains why IsoLoop® Isolators are the industry’s most reliable isolators, and answers the question, "Has NVE really had parts on life test since the Pleistocene era?" IsoLoop Isolators’ extraordinary 44000-year life are due to patented glass/polymer
Tips and tricks on laying out data convertor node PCBs for best performance. Illustrative designs show why an engineer got only 80 decibels of signal-to-noise plus distortion when he expected 92 decibels.
Sandy explains how NVE’s award-winning IsoLoop® Isolators work, and why she hates optos.
Jayne describes NVE's unique GMR Switch magnetic sensors. GMR Switches can operate over a wide range of magnetic fields, making them the clear choice for digital output magnetic sensors.
An overview of Giant Magnetoresistance (GMR) technology.
Sandy explains how you "can" isolate CAN bus. NVE's unique single-chip CAN isolated transceivers are available in wide-body, narrow-body, and QSOP versions.
IsoLoop V-Series Datenkoppler haben mit 6 kV die höchste Isolationsspannung
IsoLoop V-Series Datenkoppler bieten höchste immunität gegen Transienten
IsoLoop V-Series Datenkoppler bieten die höchste Arbeitsspannung nach VDE 0884
Geschäftsführer Jochen Krause stellt das Unternehmen und einige Produkte vor
Der neue IL017 TMR-Koppler benötigt nur 1/3 der Energie bisheriger Lösungen. Hier wird ein Interface 4...20 mA Current Loop <-> SPI vorgeführt
Der neue IL2985 TMR-Koppler benötigt nur einen Bruchteil der Energie bisheriger Lösungen. Hier wird ein Interface gezeight, das sich aus einer 4...20 mA Stromschleife speist
Wie die Spannung korrekt ans Gate kommt
Die neuen IL01x TMR-Koppler benötigen weniger als 1 mA pro Kanal. Hier wird dies vorgeführt.