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This Arrow Electronics video will demonstrate how to generate an isolated power supply for projects that require isolated RS-485 and CAN.
Designers can take their motor control designs to the next level with these highly integrated microcontrollers while also improving motor system efficiency. Along with the C-programmable control law accelerator, a 32-bit floating-point math accelerator that offloads the CPU core while working in conjunction with the control peripherals, the Piccolo F2805x microcontrollers integrate a number of analog motor control features to reduce bill of materials costs and improve efficiency.
A detailed walk-through of how to use TI's patented First Time Config process for associating SimpleLinik Wi-Fi CC3000 to an access point.
As more technology moves to the cloud, online application engineering environments are paving the way towards the rapid and collaborative development of complex semiconductor products. By Dr. Uwe Knorr, VP of Marketing & Sales with Transim Technology.
This year, once again, Arrow presents itself as the biggest exhibitor at the most significant electronics trade show on a global scale, electronica 2012 (Munich, November 13-16). Visit Arrow in hall A4 at booth 225.
This video describes the cost and space savings of the ULN2003LV device. Ron Michallick, an SLL Product Engineer, performs a live demonstration of how the ULN2003LV EVM works.
Introducing 3 demos featuring the Linear Technology data converters on the playground board working with the Kinetis microcontroller board in the Freescale Tower system.
Texas Instruments has recently introduced the AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 low power high performance processor family with price points starting at under $5. In this video, you'll see how these processors help industrial customers enable innovative industrial automation systems.
Arrow Electronics a signé un accord de distribution global avec FTDI (Future Technology Devices International), leader des solutions innovantes permettant aux anciens périphériques de bénéficier de la connectivité USB. Aux termes de l'accord, Arrow distribuera la gamme complète de FTDI à ses clients des Amériques, d'Europe, du Moyen-Orient, d'Afrique et de la zone Asie Pacifique.
This video is the first of a series, which will focus on designing several different types of complete Power Solutions using TI's broad portfolio of Analog products. To kick off the series, Technical Sales Associate, Eric Schulte will review TI's full suite of Telecomm AC/DC and DC/DC conversion solutions.
Arrow Electronics will distribute products and solutions from Dawin Electronics in the EMEA region. Semiconductor manufacturer Dawin, based in Incheon, Korea, produces diode, IGBT, MOSFET, thyristor and rectifier modules, as well as discrete components. Dawin, which was founded in 2001, produces application-specific modules that are tailored to customer requirements and is certified in accordance with ISO 14001, ISO 9001 and South Korean standard INNO-BIZ, which promotes innovative technology business based on OECD specifications.
Arrow joins Microsoft, ARM, Direct Insight, UI Centric, Captec, Freescale and Texas Instruments for one-day session at Microsoft's UK HQ
At Embedded World 2011 in Nuremberg, Arrow presented various new solutions for the Embedded Platform Concept (EPC) that can be used to support numerous industrial applications and markets. The new components include the VIPAR Internet Chip, an Intel Tunnel Creek Board and a range of adapters to connect EPC hardware with modules from the semiconductor manufacturers in Arrow's portfolio.
One-day seminar provides in-depth information for building networked consumer electronics devices around proven Microsoft platform Arrow Electronics has announced free seminars for technical and business decision makers aimed at OEMs and service providers who want to find out how to build networked consumer electronics devices based on Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 7 (WES7).
High-performance projector specialist projectiondesign has confirmed that Arrow Electronics has played a key role in helping the company to design and manufacture a new high-performance projector that offers double the resolution of other systems on the market. Arrow supplies most of the electronic components in the new F35 WQXGA (2560 x 1600) resolution projector and the company made use of Arrow's engineering expertise during product design and development.
Offering an easy-to-use, low-cost way to evaluate soft-core embedded processors, Arrow Electronics has announced its BeMicro software development kit (SDK). The BeMicro SDK enables software developers and hardware engineers to easily evaluate Altera's Nios II embedded processor and help simplify their embedded designs.
Arrow Electronics has presented a series of new development modules based on the Arrow Embedded Platform Concept (EPC). Since its introduction in 2009, the distributor has continually expanded the EPC concept with new hardware, software and engineering services to deliver system solutions for a wide range of potential industries and enable the rapid market launch of new applications.
Arrow Electronics has announced agreements with MPC Data and Adeneo Embedded that will allow the distributor to offer European customers the possibility of free technical support when designing products based on Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 7 (WES7).
T-VIPS, a global leader in professional video contribution and distribution solutions, has confirmed that support from Arrow Electronics is playing a key role in the development and manufacture of professional video gateway solutions for the world's broadcast, cinema and video industries.
Arrow Electronics has announced that it has signed a definitive agreement pursuant to which Arrow will acquire all of the assets and operations of the RF, Wireless and Power Division of Richardson Electronics, Ltd. (Richardson RFPD).
At Embedded Live (Earls Court, London, 20-21 October 2010), Arrow Electronics will showcase the latest technology available through its Arrow Embedded Solutions (AES) team. Alongside Arrow's technical specialists will be product experts from manufacturers including Microsoft, Sharp, Intel, Freescale, Traco, Telit, Digital View and Advantech.
Arrow Electronics and Traco Electronic AG have expanded their long lasting successful collaboration in Southern Europe to Central and Northern Europe.
Stephane Rosa joined Arrow as Director Lighting, Arrow Electronics EMEA. In this function he acts as the head of the Arrow EMEA Lighting Team, a dedicated group providing solutions, system integration capabilities and concept-to-production design services to European lighting customers. Stephane Rosa directly reports to Jordi Tarrida, Vice President Sales France, Iberia & North Africa, Arrow.
Arrow Electronics is using this year's euroLED conference and exhibition - and its exclusive sponsorship of the EuroLIGHT element of this event - to showcase a wide range of technologies, development kits and technical support services that simplify the design of LED-based applications and speed the evolution of traditional lighting designs to solid-state alternatives.
Arrow Electronics has announced the roll-out of its Embedded Platform Concept (EPC) to customers in Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, the UK and the Baltic countries. The concept allows developers to quickly and easily create application-optimised designs, significantly reducing embedded system development time and cost.
At the Embedded World international trade fair in Nuremberg (2-4 March) Arrow Electronics will present current modules and services relating to its Embedded Platform Concept, as well as new technologies from Arrow Embedded Solutions. Only a few months after merging the two distribution brands of Spoerle and Sasco into Arrow in Central Europe, the company will have its own dedicated stand, bringing the full range of technical hardware, software and service options for embedded applications under the umbrella of the Arrow brand.
Arrow Electronics UK has teamed up with Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) and ARM to run a UK seminar targeted at engineers designing advanced electronics products for the healthcare market.
Arrow Electronics Northern Europe is offering customers in the UK, Eire and the Nordic and Baltic countries the opportunity to use the latest development tools from some of the industry's major semiconductor vendors free-of-charge for 28 days.
Arrow Advantage - the Arrow Electronics UK sales channels focused on supporting start-up organisations, companies in the early stages of development and other small- to medium-sized enterprises -has played a key role in helping fitness technology company Swimovate in the development of The Pool-Mate, a fully automatic lap and stroke counter watch for swimmers.
Arrow Electronics has strengthened its portfolio of products for wireless applications through a European distribution agreement with Embedded Antenna Design Ltd (EAD). EAD designs innovative multiband antenna solutions for wireless applications across licensed and unlicensed frequencies. The European agreement with Arrow covers the company's full range of internal and external antennas and associated products. These technologies are designed for telematics, telemetry and monitoring applications and suit a wide variety of handheld, mobile and indoor and outdoor monitoring equipment.
Arrow Electronics UK has announced it now offers embedded system developers access to the Luminary Micro Stellaris family of 32-bit ARM Cortex-M3 microcontrollers and associated development support tools. Devices in the Stellaris family combine the Cortex-M3 core running at up to 50MHz with a variety of peripherals and interfaces that provide significant control-processing and connectivity capabilities. As well as the full range of Stellaris microcontrollers, Arrow will also stock and support associated evaluation and reference kits.
Arrow Electronics (UK) has announced that its recently launched Arrow Advantage catalogue is now available for download by visiting http://www.arrowuk.com/advantage/catalogue/. The Arrow Advantage catalogue can be downloaded in technology-specific sections allowing purchasers and design engineers to quickly and easily find, compare and select the optimum products for their target applications.
Arrow's European Reference Board team has expanded its family of embedded system support tools with the launch of a development platform for the Intel Atom processor family. The new platform will support the development of embedded applications ranging from mobile devices and gaming machines to building automation, interactive kiosks and industrial systems.
Arrow's European Reference Board team, in partnership with hardware and software specialist Everex, has created a new development platform that will speed the design, prototyping and testing of high-performance, multimedia embedded systems based on the latest ARM processor technology.
Arrow Electronics has launched a new shortform catalogue that provides a comprehensive overview of the company's full range of cable and wire products. The new Cable Guide is designed as an essential reference for the rapid identification and selection of a wide variety of cable and wire technologies, as well as complementary products including cable markers, labels and sleeving.
Arrow has further expanded its range of advanced development platforms with the launch of a new evaluation board for designers looking to develop FPGA-based display applications. Developed by Arrow's European reference board team and design partner Axor International, the EasyLCD Evaluation Board is based around the low-cost Lattice ECP2 architecture.
Arrow's European reference board team has created an advanced, FPGA-based development platform that will speed the implementation of display-based applications. The new PABLO reference design provides a powerful yet easy-to-use reference design that enables the rapid design and prototyping of applications requiring integrated graphic and display controller functionality.
Arrow has announced the availability of a three-phase motor drive application kit that provides all of the hardware and software needed to rapidly develop energy-efficient variable speed motion control designs based on motors with ratings to 750W.
Arrow Electronics has announced two UK seminars that will give customers the opportunity to learn more about ultra-low-power microcontrollers and low-power RF technologies from Texas Instruments. All attendees at the seminars in Leicester and Reading will get to take away a free Texas Instruments development kit.
Arrow has received two new European awards from Infineon. The first recognises Arrow as the distributor that delivered the most significant growth of design-in activities across Europe. The second award goes to Arrow's Nordic operation, which has been named as Infineon's Best Distributor for the Nordic region.
Arrow has further enhanced its supply chain support in Europe by putting in place a European supply chain team and adding new supply chain services to its portfolio. Dedicated to identifying and addressing the supply chain requirements of customers throughout the region, the new team comprises supply chain professionals in northern, central and southern Europe. The team is the responsibility of Kristian Lading who was appointed as Arrow's European supply chain services director in 2007.
Arrow has announced the appointment of Reino Suonsilta as managing director for the Nordic region. In his new role as managing director, Arrow Nordic, Suonsilta will have overall responsibility for Arrow's operations in Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and the Baltic countries.
Arrow has announced a new focus on integrated, system-level technologies with the creation of a dedicated, pan-European operation known as Advanced Embedded Solutions (AES). Designed to provide a European focus on platform-level technologies, AES covers integrated solutions including displays, industrial computer products, solid state storage and power supplies, as well as wireless modules for machine-to-machine (M2M) communication. Operating systems – including the 'de-facto standard' Windows embedded technologies and support tools - also fall under the AES umbrella.
Dave White has joined Arrow Electronics as field sales manager for the south of the UK. He will lead a team within Arrow Component Solutions working closely with nominated customers to deliver the full range of Arrow's products and services.
Arrow and Atmel have teamed up to run an exclusive one-day workshop that will give engineers an insight into the latest technology developments in the field of highly integrated 32-bit microcontrollers featuring embedded Flash memory and advanced connectivity options. Places for the workshop are limited, and with attendees receiving free evaluation kits and significant discounts on additional kits, Arrow is expecting significant interest.
Eltek Valere, the specialist in energy systems for industrial and telecommunication applications, has confirmed Arrow as a strategic supplier of the electronic technologies used across its full range of telecom power products. Under the terms of its agreement with Eltek Valere, Arrow provides products and tailored supply chain support for the power specialist on a worldwide basis.
Arrow has announced an advanced, FPGA-based development platform that will dramatically speed the design, prototyping and testing of motor control applications. Created by Arrow's European reference board team in conjunction with key suppliers and partners, the MotionFire platform provides all of the hardware, software and documentation needed to rapidly and cost-effectively implement motion control systems.
Arrow has launched a brochure that will prove an invaluable resource for engineers involved in the development of wireless control and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications, including the addition of wireless functionality to existing designs.
Arrow has received a prestigious distribution award from Microsoft following a year that saw significant growth in EMEA sales of Microsoft's OED (original equipment design) products and the extension of the distribution agreement between the two companies to the UK and Ireland.
Following the recent signing of Arrow UK's distribution agreement with Microsoft, twenty four of the company's engineers and technical specialists in the UK have received intensive training on the sofware company's operating systems and development tools. The training is designed to equip Arrow's specialists with the skills they need to support customers in building embedded applications based around Microsoft Windows Embedded software including Windows Embedded CE 6.0 and Windows XP Embedded. This includes providing support for toolkits such as Platform Builder for Windows CE and Target Designer for Windows XP Embedded.