Embedded developers needing wireless connectivity for their IoT designs have many options, but they need to choose and apply RF connectivity with great care.
The Otii Arc from Qoitech AB makes it easy to analyze an embedded IoT device’s energy profile so it can be better optimized for longer battery life.
High voltage differentials in industrial automation systems can create havoc without the proper application of galvanic isolation techniques.
A hardware module and software package provide developers with a complete low-power solution to quickly implement Bluetooth mesh networking.
Understanding the available connectors and associated specification requirements that need to be considered is important throughout any design process.
Texas Instruments has put together a portfolio of products which can help make a manufacturer’s jump into Industry 4.0 a reality.
Matching ADCs to the right application requires an understanding of the various topologies and the problems they are designed to overcome.
Field-oriented motor control and global navigation satellite systems sustain drone evolution.
Standardizing the charging interface for electric vehicles promotes safety and power grid management.
Proprietary RF and standard Bluetooth radios have their advantages, but a semi-custom solution can greatly lower cost, while allowing differentiation.
With built-in support for standard temperature sensors, a single device provides a simpler, accurate solution to multi-sensor temperature measurement design.
IoT gateways provide a drop-in solution to the problem of bridging low-power wireless networks to the Internet of Things.
Solid-state lighting drivers simplify design challenges and provide additional functionality.
Reliable and accurate presence sensing can be done efficiently using optical, ultrasonic, or magnetic sensor technologies, depending on the application.
Touchscreen interface designs for the IIoT demand ruggedness and compliance with a host of regulatory requirements, but readily available kits make it easier.
Embedded developers can greatly simplify the process of updating firmware in the field using a microcontroller’s DFU mode, but there are some tricks to doing it.
Programmable touchscreen LCD modules with Wi-Fi connectivity provide flexibility and ease of integration.
Light curtains, laser scanners, and pressure mats are three options to prevent potentially dangerous human-machine interactions in an automated industrial environment.
Energy harvesting PMICs allow remote wireless sensor node implementation.
Heat shrink tubing is a specially designed casing that is widely used for the insulation and corrosion protection of various wiring harnesses, solder joints.