Bluetooth mesh is complex, but using IC vendor solutions and development tools, designers can build smart Bluetooth mesh networked applications quickly.
Low voltage and high voltage circuits can be combined effectively and safely with good design approaches, solid power solutions, and adherence to standards.
Use an Arduino compatible shield and baseboard as a complete soil monitoring solution, as well as a development platform for custom designs.
Proprietary RF and standard Bluetooth radios have their advantages, but a semi-custom solution can greatly lower cost, while allowing differentiation.
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.
Field-oriented control optimizes AC motor usage by providing greater precision and energy savings.
For higher navigational and motion accuracy, use a Kalman filter to combine the best attributes of 3D accelerometer and 3D gyroscope sensors.
Wi-Fi’s high throughput makes it useful for IoT connectivity, but it is also complex, so developers are turning to modules to shorten their design cycle.
IoT developers can build in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, LTE, LoRaWAN, and Sigfox wireless connectivity using a tiny board and a powerful programming approach.
Using a single device, IoT developers can implement secure boot and firmware updates on an established root-of-trust for applications.
A multi-sensor device and a sensor fusion library dramatically simplify development of environmental monitoring systems for health and wellness.
The selection and application of a low-power MCU for the IoT requires careful consideration of architectures and the wise use of power monitoring tools.
A light sensing module lets developers easily build products able to sense the presence of their users.
Programmable System-on-Chip devices allow software flexibility as well as hardware performance.
Various operating systems offer a choice for single board computer development.
Assembling a Devastator Robot teaches designers and Makers a lot about microcontrollers, sensors, programming, wireless communication, and motor control.
There are many circuit breaker options. This article provides guidance on the different types of breakers available, their differences, and mounting choices.
Many basic-function building blocks can be implemented using hardware or software; the decision is based on speed, accuracy, and flexibility requirements.