Quick Dive Information on the Latest Product Additions and New Components.
ADI’s ADuC7023 is a 16-bit/32-bit microcontroller (MCU) with multichannel 12-bit analog to digital converters (ADCs) and Flash/EE memory on a single chip.
Microchip's ATtiny807/1607 microcontrollers use the high-performance, low-power AVR® RISC architecture.
Critical Link’s MitySOM-5CSx combines the Cyclone® V SoC from Intel®, memory subsystems, and onboard power supplies into a small form-factor SOM.
Microchip's AC164164 for Google Cloud IoT Core combines a low-power PIC® MCU, CryptoAuthentication™ secure element IC, and fully certified Wi-Fi controller.
Arduino's MKR VIDOR 4000 is a highly configurable and powerful board able to perform high-speed digital audio and video processing and much more.
Renesas’ S5D3 is designed with a Cortex®-M4F for high performance applications and does not require Ethernet connectivity or on-chip graphics.
Digi-Key's Industry 4.0 Design solutions include TI’s integrated circuit portfolio & smart connectivity from TE to help provide precision & accuracy within your applications.
Xilinx Artix®-7 technology, featuring Digilent Arty A7, offers low power consumption, high performance, and it is able to support RISC-V and MicroBlaze™.
Silicon Motion's SM768 USB/network display solution connects to a host via USB 3.0 or a PCIe® 2.0 interface for a wide range of applications.
Renesas' household gas alarm uses an LED and buzzing alarm to alert users to any potential high amounts of carbon monoxide that could be from a gas leak.
Silicon Motion's embedded graphics products feature embedded video memory to minimize power consumption and ensure prolonged device longevity.
Cypress’ PSoC® 6 MCUs and Sensirion’s Air Quality Sensors combine to help enable the next-generation devices with intelligent air quality monitoring capability.
Microchip's ATTINY202 MCU features the 8-bit AVR® processor and is available in a broad range of memory configurations suitable for a variety of applications.
Microchip's ATtiny3217 Xplained Pro is a hardware platform for evaluating tinyAVR® MCUs and supports more than twenty extension boards.
NXP's AEC-Q100 qualified 32-bit Arm® Cortex®-M4F and Cortex-M0+ based MCUs are for general-purpose automotive and high-reliability industrial applications.
NXP's QN9080SIP is an ultra-small module based on the QN9080 Bluetooth® MCU and NT3H2211 NTAG® that delivers industry-leading low-power consumption.
ST's STM32WB dual-core MCUs with wireless support is optimized for real-time execution.
VersaLogic’s VL-EVK-ARM-AND1 provides a complete-out-of-the-box experience for Arm®/Android performance evaluation, rapid hardware design, and app development.
VersaLogic’s SandCat is designed and validated for operation in unforgiving environments and designed for long term availability.
Digilent's PYNQ-Z1 board uses Xilinx's PYNQ to program Zynq® APSoCs using Python without the need to design programmable logic circuits.
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