The latest news from Mouser Electronics
Mouser Electronics, introduces hundreds of new products each month and supports innovation by supplying engineers with the newest products, technologies and resources. The news highlights from Mouser this week are listed below.
Mouser is now shipping the small form factor ADAQ23875 µModule data acquisition solution (DAQ) from Analog Devices, which is capable of delivering a 15MSPS throughput. With a footprint of just 9x9mm package, it is a quarter of the size of a conventional discrete DAQ implementation. Broad array of Microchip telehealth and medical solutions available
Mouser is able to provide customers with the most extensive selection of medical/telehealth solutions from Microchip Technology. Covering key applications like pulse oximetry, blood pressure monitoring, body-worn ECGs and connected digital thermometers, the products involved include ultra-low power microcontrollers, authentication chips, wireless SoCs and high-resolution data converters.
Mouser is now supplying the ACT88329 and ACT88321 I2C-configurable PMICs from Qorvo. Intended for use in solid-state drives (SSDs) and FPGA-based applications, these compact devices have an input voltage range spanning from 2.7V to 5.5V. They each feature built-in 4A DC/DC step-down regulators, 2A DC/DC step-down regulators and 300mA low-dropout regulators.
Highly optimised for automotive applications, such as current sensing, battery management and temperature measurement, the ADS131B04-Q1 from Texas Instruments is a 4-channel, simultaneous-sampling, delta-sigma data converter IC. This AEC-Q100 qualified device has a 24-bit resolution and supports a 32kSPS sampling rate.