Items of Interest
How to Easily Optimize AC/DC Converters to Meet a Wide Range of EMC Requirements
Why and How to Use Battery Management ICs for Stacked Cells
Raspberry Pi Pico vs Arduino RP2040 Connect
An Introduction to 14-Segment LED Displays with the HT16K33 Driver
Webinar - myDIGIKEY and 6 Challenges it Solves; Thursday, January 27, 2022, at 11:00 CST
The Selection and Use of FPGAs for Automotive Interfacing, Security, and Compute-Intensive Loads
Getting Started with Python on the Arduino RP2040 Connect
The Basics of Photodiodes and Phototransistors and How to Apply Them
Silicon Labs' FG23 is the industry’s first wireless sub-GHz SoC with an Arm® Cortex®-M33, a dedicated security core and Arm PSA3 certification.
Mechanical switches are notorious for switch bounce which occurs during actuation and results in unwanted making and breaking of the contacts over a period of several milliseconds. This video explains switch bounce and how to combat it in a circuit.
KEMET’s R52 film capacitors fulfill the growing need of automotive, industrial, consumer, and energy applications that require a smaller, high-capacitance, X2 class solution for suppressing EMI.
Custom printed circuit board traces are flat conductors effected by temperature, width and thickness in terms of current carrying ability. Luckily, Digi-Key offers PCB trace calculators to determine adequate trace dimensions.
Welcome to First Look, brought to you by Digi-Key and Infineon. Infineon’s DEMO_XDPS2201_65W1 is a 65 watt USB power delivery type C programmable power supply charger demo board.
In electronic circuits, using resistors in series and parallel configurations creates unique resistance values. Calculating the total circuit resistance requires specific equations for each configuration.
FG23 Wireless Sub-GHz SoC | First Look
What is Switch Bounce and How to Debounce – ATM | Digi-Key Electronics
R52 Film Capacitors | First Look
Calculate PCB Trace Width – ATM Quick Take | Digi-Key Electronics
DEMO_XDPS2201_65W1 | First Look
How to Calculate Resistance in Series or Parallel – ATM Quick Take | Digi-Key Electronics