Discover how machines use the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) to deliver diagnostics and reporting to designers.
Wireless sensor nodes and beacons will bring the IoT to users. Ideally, they will be self-powered and able to be deployed anywhere, with minimal maintenance.
Design using energy harvesting sources for industrial automation nodes and combining sources with battery systems and wireless links for optimal node placement.
Review of USB basics along with the key features and differentiated functions available in the MCU families.
The miniaturization requirements for the ‘wearables’ market will be outlined and the recently introduced TI bq25570 boost charger will be discussed.
Highly integrated MCUs offer an attractive approach to microinverter design: lower cost of complexity, which limited the adoption of microinverters in the past.