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NEWBURY INNOVATION IS THE ELECTRONIC DESIGN DIVISION OF NEWBURY ELECTRONICS
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Newbury Innovation Electronic Design

Welcome to Newbury Innovation. We’re an electronics company specialising in creating electronic design and development solutions. We’re a division of Newbury Electronics who have worked in the electronics industry for over 50 years.

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Dofygate

We provided our unique design expertise to the Dofygate project. The Dofygate is an electrified gate built specifically for farms. The gate is automatically operated (opened and closed) via a keyfob from a farmer’s vehicle so that the labor…

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Pure Water Company

The Pure Water Company manufactures designer drinks dispensers suitable for use in the most aesthetically and physically demanding environments. If you need an visually pleasing, robust and reliable machine to dispense drinks, this is a …

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TAILIT

‘TAILIT’ manufacture a truly innovative system to improve vehicle safety when bicycles are strapped on the rear of vehicles. It is unfortunately all too common that holiday makers strap bikes to cars without realising that the warning li…

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Newbury Innovation Electronic Design

Electronic Design and Software Development Solutions

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Welcome to Newbury Innovation. We’re an electronics company specialising in creating electronic design and development solutions. We’re a division of Newbury Electronics who have worked in the electronics industry for over 50 years.

Newbury Innovation are one of the few electronic design companies in the UK who can offer a complete solution for every stage of your project. We provide our expertise through the entire electronic design process; from concept through to production and delivery of the final finished product.

Within our team we have some of the most experienced and capable electronic engineers in the UK. We’ve tackled challenging projects in a wide range of industries, ranging from industrial and commercial right through to other areas such as military and medical. Over the years we have developed and refined our processes to ensure that we provide our clients with an unrivalled, cost-effective and ultra-efficient electronic design service.

Design Recovery

Design Recovery

Whether you are looking to get a project completed which has been started by another developer or you are looking to reverse engineer an existing design we can help.

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Electronic Design Services

Electronic Design Services

We deal with a wide variety of projects, designing, developing and manufacturing the electronic hardware to bring your design to life.

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Enclosure and Product Design

Enclosure and Product Design

We work with both simple design and more complex product solutions, designing electronic enclosures and PCB peripherals.

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Layout / CAD

Layout / CAD

We provide cost effective 3D CAD services, product design and prototyping alongside PCB CAD layouts on Altium designer

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Software Design

Software Design

We work with both software solutions and firmware (embedded software), tailoring for electronic devices and systems.

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Testing, Standards and Approvals

Testing, Standards and Approvals

We ensure all of our designs go through national/international standards as required, alongside completing testing throughout the development stages.

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What is the difference between copyrights and patents?

The terms patent and copyright are familiar to most of us as types of intellectual property protection, but it can be hard to know exactly which one applies when it comes to your own work. The short answer is that patents protect a physical invention whilst copyrights protect expression and creativity, and so the intellectual property in question will determine which type of protection is required.
What can be copyrighted?
To gain copyright for your work, it must be an original creation and fi…Read More

Designing the fit between PCBAs and mechanical assemblies: often overlooked.

There are two common issues associated with designing and manufacturing products that have PCB (printed circuit boards) in them:

Fitting of the electronics in the box or its associated mechanical assembly
In among the challenging and fascinating digital signal processing, sensitive signal analysis, advanced firmware, etc. the problem of making sure the PCBA (assembled PCB) will fit seems trivial: so sometimes no one does the groundwork. The product is made, and the PCB will not fit in the …Read More

A Basic Overview of the Process of Design to Manufacture for Electronics

When an engineer first starts the development of an electronic circuit, the terminology, data and general knowledge of manufacturing processes can be overwhelming. That said, the basic structure and the processes that must be followed are quite straightforward really, it’s just a question of having them explained simply: this is the purpose of this post.
If your design is straightforward the advice in this post is probably adequate – you don’t need to follow the follow-on post links I’ve placed…Read More

A View of Development Costs

Many organisations developing products are faced with an immediate dilemma: How much will it cost and how long will it take? The quandary doesn’t stop there because it is always necessary to balance risk against gain by introducing milestones at which viability and feasibility can be checked, and if there is limited knowledge of the route the project’s likely to take everything becomes problematic.

In this post (diagram below), I have tried to outline the major stages, costs and deliveries fo…Read More

Design for Manufacture (DfM): electronic component selection

As most of us know, the supply of electronic components is relatively unreliable (parts becoming obsolete, suddenly going out of stock with a long lead time, etc.). Fortunately, there are a couple of simple rules that can mitigate this commercial risk, and both have their root in the design function.

Use PCB Train for less demanding components

Pull up resistors, decoupling capacitors and any other component in a design that really doesn’t require the highest specification, should all be pi…Read More

What is the difference between copyrights and patents? Designing the fit between PCBAs and mechanical assemblies: often overlooked. A Basic Overview of the Process of Design to Manufacture for Electronics A View of Development Costs Design for Manufacture (DfM): electronic component selection