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The automotive industry development of a secondary 48 V electrical system requires extensive isolations for safety and insulation control.
Adafruit’s CircuitPython brings the increasingly popular Python programming language to inexpensive, embedded microcontroller dev boards.
Use the Microchip Technology AC164160 Google Cloud Evaluation Board and sensor IoT endpoint solution to quickly and securely connect to Cloud IoT storage.
With multicolor LEDs, designers can replace multiple LEDs with just one to save space, power, and cost, while quickly adding value to an embedded system.
To develop intelligent and sophisticated robot systems requires innovative analog and embedded technologies and Texas Instruments offers some helpful products.
A look at a selection of Texas Instruments products that can assist in designing products to fill the needs and demands of tomorrow’s smart solutions.
Use a high-speed 16-bit, SAR ADC to accelerate digital x-ray system throughput while maintaining accuracy and resolution.
Designers can add an external DAC to a microcontroller that enhances system functionality while conserving board space.
Developers can easily create a battery-free wireless switch using an ultra-low-power Bluetooth 5.0 module and pushbutton energy harvester.
Cable choices for the Industrial IoT demand careful attention to physical and electrical considerations such as conductor types, shielding, and flexibility.
A 6 x 6 mm module and software provide a drop-in solution for low-power, low-cost, long-range IoT connectivity using LoRaWAN technology.
The solid state relay (SSR) is a safe, versatile, rugged on/off switch between a low level control signal and an AC/DC load, but needs to be applied carefully.
Increasing numbers of devices utilize microphones to capture sound. Two of the most commonly used microphone technologies are MEMS and ECM.
Developers can avoid tearing up their designs by expanding their microcontroller’s I/O using readily available, discrete expansion ICs.
Developers can add the range and accuracy of mmWave radar-based detection to their systems using a single device and accompanying software.
The Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) is popular as a simple, low-cost interface between multiple devices such as microcontrollers, sensors, and actuators.
By using a FRAM-based microcontroller instead of flash-based, designers can reduce the power required to update firmware over a LoRaWAN wireless network.
A core understanding of oscillators and their function and differences is needed to select and apply them correctly to meet design requirements.
A modular system design provides a compact solution to emerging requirements for next generation PLCs.
Use a second photodiode to increase a pulse oximeter’s dynamic range to 16 bits.
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