Red Lion's graphite HMI displays support wide operating temperatures and high shock/vibration tolerances to enable you to connect, monitor, and control processes regardless of environment.
Richtek's RT2101B is synchronizable to an external clock with frequency ranging from 700 kHz to 2 MHz and provides protections such as inductor current limit under voltage lockout and thermal shutdown.
DeviceNet Solutions are designed to be low-cost, real-time, device-level bus architecture that connects sensors and actuators. Wiring and installation of automation devices is greatly simplified while the diagnostic information about the various I/O is enhanced.
Wurth Electronics' MID-IMAXIB industrial Maxim iso-buck transformers for DC/DC isolated power supplies are designed for use in Maxim Integrated MAX17681 evaluation kits.
Switchcraft/Conxall’s Mini-Con-X sealed connectors offer up to 10 contacts in a compact, 0.71” connector.
ADI’s ADA4961 part family are high-performance, BiCMOS RF DGAs, optimized for driving heavy loads out to 2.0 GHz and beyond.
SparkFun offers PJRC's Teensy 3.5 development boards which feature a 120 MHz ARM® Cortex®-M4 with floating point unit and a Kinetis K64F microcontroller.
The SP3118 and SP3130 series TVS diode arrays from Littelfuse includes back-to-back TVS diodes fabricated in a proprietary silicon avalanche technology.
Littelfuse introduces TVS diodes designed specifically to protect sensitive electronic equipment from voltage transients induced by load dump and other transient voltage events.
Vishay's NTCALUG01T series of high stability lug temperature sensors is suitable for surface temperature sensing applications.
Phihong’s PSAC12R series of 12 W wall adapters provides convenient and efficient solutions for a wide variety of applications including wireless communications, network equipment, peripherals, and gaming.
Diodes' AP3171 is a synchronous-rectification buck DC-DC converter with a constant voltage (CV), constant current (CC) output compatible with quick charge 2.0.
Littelfuse's AEC-Q101 qualified TP5KP series automotive transient voltage suppression (TVS) diodes offer a 5000 W (TP5KP) peak pulse power dissipation rating in a standard P600 axial-lead package.
ADI’s AD9694 is a quad, 14-bit, 500-MSPS analog-to-digital converter (ADC).
STMicroelectronics' power bipolar transistors feature fast switching times, very-low saturation voltage, and integrated diode versions.
NKK Switches' LP01 series, super-bright, spot-illuminated pushbutton switches feature a short body of .551" (14 mm) which conserves behind-panel space.
STMicroelectronics' diodes and rectifiers include power and signal Schottky diodes, SIC diodes, field-effect rectifiers, and ultrafast bipolar rectifiers.
The Bourns model CD-MBL and model CD-DF4 bridge rectifiers are designed for converting alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC) in power applications. The model CD-HD schottky bridge rectifiers offer low forward voltages for use in low-voltage and high-efficiency designs.
STMicrolectronics' operational amplifiers are available in space-saving DFN, QFN, SOT-23, and SC-70 packages.
STMicroelectronics offers its portfolio of RS-232, RS-422, RS-423, and RS-485 interfaces and transceivers which operate with a 5 V supply.