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November

  • Fujitsu Expands Bluetooth® 4.2 Module Availability to North American Market San Jose, CA, United States, November 30, 2016 - Fujitsu Components America, Inc. today announced availability of its Bluetooth® Version 4.2, FWM7BLZ20-series module to North American customers. The module’s powerful processing capabilities and design flexibility minimizes time and cost investments to develop low-power Industrial IoT applications for medical, instrumentation, industrial equipment, and smart buildings.

  • Fujitsu Adds Ultra-High-Speed Bluetooth® Mobile Receipt/Label Printer San Jose, CA, United States, November 09, 2016 - Fujitsu Components America, Inc. today introduced a wireless Bluetooth® portable printer compatible with iOS, Android, and Windows mobile devices. Capable of 120mm/sec. print speeds, the 2-inch thermal printer reduces printing time for receipt and label applications in retail, hospitality and healthcare markets.

September

  • Fujitsu Releases Low-Profile, High-Power Latching Relay for 12V Battery Disconnect Applications San Jose, CA, United States, 9/6/16 - Fujitsu Components America, Inc. has released a compact and lightweight PCB relay designed for high-current safety and power efficiency solutions used in12-volt battery vehicles. Primary applications include emergency battery disconnect, regenerative braking systems, controlling switching between two batteries, energy management, and battery coupling.

June

May

  • Fujitsu Expands Projected Capacitive Touch Panels for Automotive Applications San Jose, CA, United States, May 19, 2016 - Fujitsu Components America, Inc. today announced it is expanding its automotive projected capacitive (PCAP) touch panel offering to include larger sizes with glass sensors. The additional panels give OEMs a wider range of touch input options that are similar to what consumers use in personal interactive devices for use in center stack displays (CSD) and other cabin controls.