12-bit ADCs boast eight-channel combinations
The ADS7028 and ADS7138 12-bit analogue-to-digital converters (ADCs) from Texas Instruments (TI) are now being shipped by Mouser Electronics.
Digi-Key adds low-power TI wireless MCU
Texas Instruments’ CC2640 is a wireless MCU targeting Bluetooth Smart applications. It is in stock at distributor Digi-Key.
Metrology processor comes in a 5x5mm 32-pin QFN package
New Yorker Electronics is now distributing the Silergy Technology SY7625 Isolated Metrology Processor for Electricity Metering Applications.
Software kit aids AI edge deployment
STMicroelectronics has released a free STM32 software function pack that lets users quickly build, train, and deploy intelligent edge devices for industrial condition monitoring using a microcontroller Discovery kit.
Starter kit supports 32-bit MCU-based developments
Anglia Components is stocking a new Renesas Solution Starter Kit (RSSK) for developers working with the 32-bit RX23E-A microcontroller (MCU) group.
Ready to use partner solutions from RA MCU ecosystem
Renesas Electronics has announced the second phase of new ready to use partner solutions supporting the Renesas RA Family of 32-bit Arm Cortex-M microcontrollers (MCUs).
New security development tool C-Trust from IAR Systems
IAR Systems has released new versions of the security development tool C-Trust and the Security from Inception Suite, which extend the device support with a number of microcontrollers (MCUs) from Renesas Electronics, further addressing the increased security requirements for embedded applications.
MCU saves space on coin cell-operated IoT products
Designers of wirelessly connected, coin cell-operated internet of things (IoT) products can now reduce bill-of-materials (BOM) costs by one-third while also saving space and battery life with the MAX32666 microcontroller (MCU) from Maxim Integrated Products.
X86 processors deliver advanced graphics
Advanced 7nm x86 desktop processors with built-in graphics for consumer and commercial PC markets have been released by AMD.
Stepping motor driver addresses automotive requirements
Toshiba Electronics has introduced the TB9120AFTG. This constant-current 2-phase bipolar stepping motor driver, which is designed for automotive use, can significantly streamline motor system implementations. It delivers a sine-wave output signal (with up to 1/32 incremental steps supported) while requiring only a simple clock input. The need for a sophisticated microcontroller unit (MCU) or dedicated software is thereby avoided.