- Audio/Video Processing
- Battery Charging
- Circuit Protection
- Data Conversion
- Data Storage
- Display Systems
- Embedded Processing
- Energy Harvesting
- Energy Storage
- Eval/Dev Tool
- General Purpose
- Human Interface
- Industrial Control
- IoT Internet of Things
- Motor Control
- Optical Communication
- Power Management
- RF/EMI Shielding
- Signal Processing
- Single Board Computer
- Thermal Management
- Timing & Clock Management
- Wired Communication
- Wireless Communication
Maxim’s MAXAUTHDEMO#1 evaluation kit operates from a USB 2.0 and with a software GUI to easily and securely demonstrate functional capabilities.
Exar's MxL7204 supports two outputs each with an output voltage range of 0.6 V to 5.0 V, set by a single external resistor.
Maxim's power conversion and control ICs are integral in providing energy efficiency and helping to extend battery life.
Linear Technology / Analog Devices’ LTC2378 have a high-speed SPI-compatible serial interface that supports 1.8 V, 2.5 V, 3.3 V, and 5 V logic.
Switchcraft's high-quality jacks are available in a wide variety of options, including sealed to IP66 standards.
Vishay Siliconix's p-channel TrenchFET® GEN III and IV MOSFETs have the lowest on-resistance per area for p-channel MOSFETs.
Molex's double-ended M12 to RJ45 CAT6 cordsets are designed for high-speed transmission of up to 10 Gb Ethernet data that covers the need for POE transmission.
Phoenix Contact's FDX 20 series compact and uniform design offers generous interior space for the secure connection of fiber optics.
Bosch Sensortec's BMA400 accelerometer offers ultra-low power for consumer applications.
Fair-Rite's 75 material is available in snap-it form allowing users to find a solution to their low-frequency noise issues quickly.
Texas Instruments' TPS6301x buck-boost converters are packaged in a 20-pin DSBGA package measuring 2.126 mm x 1.922 mm (YFF).
Fair-Rite’s engineering kits provide a comprehensive listing of material types and forms to fit any application.
The MPR series from Honeywell is a very small piezoresistive silicon pressure sensor offering a digital output for reading pressure.
Adafruit's SGP30 has a standard hot-plate MOX sensor as well as a small microcontroller.