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Development kit simplifies sensor evaluation

Development kit simplifies sensor evaluation
A development kit from Honeywell that enables the simple evaluation of sensors is available at RS Components. The Honeywell SEK001 sensor board does not require the development of code before receiving sensor measurements, enabling developers to start testing and prototyping right away.
24th October 2017

Win a Microchip MCP6N16 evaluation board

Win a Microchip MCP6N16 evaluation board
  Win a Microchip MCP6N16 Evaluation Board (ADM00640) from Electronic Specifier Product. The MCP6N16 evaluation board is designed to provide an easy and flexible platform when evaluating the performance of the MCP6N16, a Zero-Drift instrumentation amplifier designed for low voltage operation featuring rail-to-rail input and output performance.
23rd October 2017

Mouser goes global with IoT development boards

Mouser goes global with IoT development boards
Mouser Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with Pycom, a maker of multi-network Internet of Things (IoT) development boards and modules. The Pycom product line is based on the state-of-the-art Espressif ESP32 chipset and open source MicroPython scripting language.
20th October 2017


Carrier boards join Mouser global portfolio

Carrier boards join Mouser global portfolio
A global distribution agreement will see Mouser Electronics taking Auvidea’s embedded systems products into the market. Through the distribution agreement, Mouser stocks Auvidea’s J1xx family of carrier boards for the NVIDIA Jetson TX1 and TX2 compute modules. The J100 board matches the Jetson TX1 module’s 50 × 87mm footprint and connects to form a very compact processing unit to meet the compact size requirements of target applications such as drones and industrial embedded applications.
19th October 2017

Development kit kickstarts IoT development

Development kit kickstarts IoT development
The Pioneer Kit development platform for the PSoC 6 MCU from Cypress Semiconductor is available at RS Components. The PSoC 6 is purpose-built for the IoT with an ultra-low-power, flexible architecture and integrated security features required for next-generation IoT devices. The kit has a PSoC 63 device on-board, with Bluetooth 5 ready to go, creating a powerful launchpad for developing IoT devices.  
19th October 2017

Evaluation kit contains power transistors and transistor drivers

Evaluation kit contains power transistors and transistor drivers
GaN Systems has announced the availability of a new evaluation board using what is supposedly the world’s fastest combination of GaN power transistors and power drivers. Combining what the company claims to be best-in-class GaN transistors with the fastest commercially available GaN transistor driver on the GS61004B evaluation board, the GS61004B-EVBDC evaluation platform is now available with the latest in high-speed GaN E-HEMT drivers from Peregrine Semiconductor.
19th October 2017

Evaluation kit delivers rapid IoT prototypes

Evaluation kit delivers rapid IoT prototypes
The Grid-EYE evaluation kit from Panasonic is available at Mouser Electronics. By combining Grid-EYE infrared (IR) sensor technology with Bluetooth technology and software for IR detection of people and objects on one board, the kit enables engineers to develop rapid prototypes of wireless sensor Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
18th October 2017

Open source hardware platform turns months into days

Open source hardware platform turns months into days
The Sierra Wireless mangOH Red open source hardware platform is available primarily through Digi-Key Electronics. Targeted at the industrial IoT and maker communities, mangOH Red is a feature-rich, low power open source enablement platform. Talon Communications is producing the mangOH Red and IoT Expansion cards for use with the Red, including a CAN, Ethernet and Wi-Fi/BT expansion card.
10th October 2017

Move over, Raspberry! Banana Pi is the new contender

Move over, Raspberry! Banana Pi is the new contender
Over the past few years Raspberry Pi mini computers have enjoyed the majority of market share within the developer community. The Raspberry Pi has established itself as the go-to computer. Many have since tried to emulate its success, with a wealth of similar mini computers introduced to the market, but few have made the same impact. But, can the new Banana Pi M2 Berry finally be a contender to the Raspberry Pi? Author: Sven Pannewitz, Product Manager, reichelt elektronik
2nd October 2017

Credit-card sized PCs drive multitude of projects

Credit-card sized PCs drive multitude of projects
The UP Squared boards from AAEON Technology are in stock at Mouser Electronics . This latest generation of the UP family boards is based on Intel Celeron N3350 and Intel Pentium N4200 systems-on-chip (SoCs). The boards are credit card-sized PCs that can run a multitude of operating systems including Windows 10 IoT Core, ubilinux (Debian), Yocto, Ubuntu, and Android.
29th September 2017


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