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    April 1, 2019 Electrifying  News  From  NVE
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30 Years of Leadership

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Mechatronic Xylophone using ASR002 Angle Sensors
Self-contained Smart Magnetometer programmer
New GMR Current Sensor / Microcontroller Evaluation Board

Earth Day April 22
NVE is committed to the safety, health, and protection of people and the environment.

For more information, visit our Environmental and Social Governance page
30 Years of Leadership
NVE is celebrating 30 years of spintronics leadership this month. The company was founded as Nonvolatile Electronics in 1989.

30 Years of Leadership  
Some of our industry firsts include:
  •  the first commercial Giant Magnetoresistance sensor in 1994,
  •  the world’s first solid-state isolators in 2000,
  •  the first commercial TMR sensors in 2009,
  •  the world’s first TMR isolators in 2018,
  •  the first TMR smart magnetometers in 2018, and
  •  the first TMR smart angle sensors in 2019.
More on NVE’s History of Innovation »

Upcoming Exhibitions
Sensors San Jose
PCB Design & Manufacturing Live, May 9, 2019. Distributor Rhopoint Components will demonstrate our new high-speed angle sensors at a venue known for speed, the Silverstone Circuit racetrack complex in Northamptonshire, England.
Sensors San Jose
Sensors Expo and Conference
June 25 to 27, San Jose, Calif.
Booth 1344 in the IoT and Wireless Pavillion.
“Dumb” Sensors
4/1/19—You’ve the heard of our revolutionary “smart” GMR/TMR sensors like the SM324 and ASR002.

This April 1 we’re introducing our first “dumb” sensor, the DS001.

Based on a unique neuromorphic mind-reading sensor element, the DS001 provides stupid answers for any question you think of. An unreliable clock, a sarcasm injector, and an annoying tone generator combine for an exceptionally irritating user experience:

Dumb sensor block diagram
The DS001 “dumb” sensor.
Here’s just a sampling of answers from our laboratory testing:
  •  “I’m just a dumb sensor. What were you expecting, the answer to life? Get a job.”

  •  “I’m busy now; can I ignore you some other time?”

  •  “What’s wrong; don’t you get any attention at home?”

  •  “Pardon me, but you’ve mistaken me for a sensor that cares”

  •  “You should do some soul searching. You just might find one.”

  •  “This sensor is not here right now. Please leave a message after the beep.”
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