When adding sensors to automobiles, use the simple PSI5 bus for safe, reliable, low-cost, and secure sensor to ECU communications.
Use an Arduino compatible shield and baseboard as a complete soil monitoring solution, as well as a development platform for custom designs.
Using load switches instead of standalone MOSFETs can provide greater flexibility, control, and protection for low-power circuits and system power management.
Eliminate medical or instrumentation display flicker by applying formulas to help select an ADC with the right number of bits for the task.
Designers can add low-power, 9-axis motion sensing to their MCU-based designs with minimal effort using a 3mm x 3mm TDK InvenSense module.
Single board computers provide a platform for IoT prototype development.
IoT gateways provide a drop-in solution to the problem of bridging low-power wireless networks to the Internet of Things.
Drop-in solutions enable designers to deliver a wealth of clinical-grade measurements for sophisticated health and fitness applications.
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.
Thermoelectric cooling has quickly become a practical proposition for many types of electronic equipment. Devices on the market today are compact and efficient.
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.
Low power wireless technologies are adapting to the Internet of Things by including IP connectivity and mesh networking.
Each of the many short-range wireless technologies has unique benefits, requiring careful attention to product complexity, power consumption, and cost.
Adding additional sensors to Smart Lighting enables greater functionality.
Compliant wireless modules save development costs and reduce time to market.
Utilizing cellular connectivity for ‘Smart’ metering applications provides numerous advantages.
CircuitPython dev boards offer a simpler approach for building embedded applications with sophisticated 32-bit MCUs.