Digi-Key is the fourth largest electronic component distributor in North America and a broad-line distributor of board level components. It ranks as the fifth largest electronic component distributor in the world.
Digi-Key deal means there is need to wait on EveryWord
Digi-Key Electronics is now an authorised distributor of ArkX Laboratories’ EveryWord Ultra Far-Field Voice Capture products.
Renesas 16-bit MCU in stock at Digi-Key
Now being shipped by Digi-Key Electronics is the easy-to-use RL78/G23 ultra low-power 16-bit MCU from Renesas.
Temperature and humidity sensor is IP-67 rated
Now in stock at Digi-Key Electronics is Amphenol Advanced Sensors’ T9501 harsh-environment temperature and humidity sensor.
Safe distancing solution protects Digi-Key employees
Digi-Key Electronics has deployed a safe distancing solution in its Thief River Falls product distribution centre (PDC) with more than 2,500 active employee badges online in the first two weeks of the solution deployment.
Digi-Key, MEAN WELL team up for power charge
Digi-Key Electronics has introduced a power focus campaign with MEAN WELL to provide a broader range of configurable power supply solutions to their customers.
MCUs offer strong security for IoT applications
The RA6M5 group of 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) from Renesas use high-performance 200 MHz Arm Cortex-M33 core with TrustZone, security enhancements, and CAN FD.
Digi-Key MEAN WELL to provide power supply solutions
Digi-Key Electronics has introduced a power focus campaign with MEAN WELL to provide a broader range of configurable power supply solutions to their customers. MEAN WELL offers modular power supplies to support the need for low-volume and custom-power requirements in medical and industrial markets.
Part Tracing for cut tape aids component management
An enhanced traceability feature called Part Tracing for printing information to appear directly on cut tape products has been launched by Digi-Key Electronics.
Implementing asset tracking for agriculture and smart cities
Developers of Internet of Things (IoT) and asset tracking devices and systems for industry, agriculture and smart cities need a way to communicate over long distances at minimal power for extended periods of time. Rich Miron, Applications Engineer at Digi-Key Electronics, explains.
Semi-power MOSFETs are AEC-Q101 qualified
AEC-Q101 qualified compact-body semi-power MOSFETs from Toshiba support a wide range of automotive applications for battery systems from 12 V to 48 V including power line load switches, LED headlights, and BMS cell balance circuitry.
Machine learning code in an embedded IoT node
Internet of Things (IoT) networks operating in dynamic environments are being expanded beyond object detection to include visual object identification in applications such as security, environmental monitoring, safety, and Industrial IoT (IIoT). Rich Miron, Applications Engineer at Digi-Key Electronics explains.
How to maximise battery life in dual-mode WiFi/Bluetooth IoT designs
Designers of battery powered Internet of Things (IoT) devices and other connected products are being asked to meet the conflicting requirements of continuous wireless connectivity and extended battery life. Rich Miron, Applications Engineer at Digi-Key Electronics, explains.
Application board implements 3-phase energy meter
STMicroelectronics' EVALSTPM-3PHISO application board is based on ST metering analogue front end STPMS2, application processor STPM32f42143RH, and STISO621W, which provides the galvanic isolation among the three phases in the metering application.
DC/DC synchronous buck converter designed for minimal EMI
In stock now at distributor Digi-Key Electronics is Texas Instruments' LMQ61460-Q1, a high-performance DC/DC synchronous buck converter with integrated bypass capacitors.
Increased intelligence at the IoT edge
As IoT applications become more complex, designers of IIoT endpoints are being asked to accommodate more complex computing at the edge. Edge computing on endpoint sensor data is a practical way to reduce network bottlenecks to the IIoT hub. This reduces network traffic while also reducing the computational load at the main hub processor. However, the approach has its drawbacks, as Rolf Horn, Applications Engineer at Digi-Key Electronics explains.
Solid-state relays come with panel-mount option
In stock now at distributor Digi-Key Electronics are TE Connectivity (TE) Potter & Brumfield solid-state relays (SSRs).
MCU's Alexa connection lowers barriers to IoT adoption
Nuvoton’s NuMicro M032 serial microcontroller (MCU) is now being shipped by distributor Digi-Key Electronics.
N-channel MOSFET driver reduces switching losses
The UCC27288 from Texas Instruments is a robust N-channel MOSFET driver with a maximum switch node (HS) voltage rating of 100 V.
Multifunctional generators feature AWG and AFG
The Teledyne LeCroy T3AWG2152 and T3AWG2152-D multifunctional generators are now being shipped by distributor Digi-Key Electronics.
Wire-to-board connector ensures electrical contact
Molex's compact Micro-One wire-to-board connector with integrated ISL ensures proper terminal insertion and prevents accidental back-outs to achieve secure electrical contact and improved mating retention in high-vibration applications.