- Audio/Video Processing
- Battery Charging
- Circuit Protection
- Data Conversion
- Data Storage
- Display Systems
- Embedded Processing
- Energy Harvesting
- Energy Storage
- Eval/Dev Tool
- General Purpose
- Human Interface
- Industrial Control
- IoT Internet of Things
- Motor Control
- Optical Communication
- Power Management
- RF/EMI Shielding
- Signal Processing
- Single Board Computer
- Thermal Management
- Timing & Clock Management
- Wired Communication
- Wireless Communication
Amber Wireless a Division of Wurth Electronics' AMB4426 module can be configured in many ways and supports data transfer with fast channel and address switching.
Microsemi's PolarFire Splash Kit provides general purpose interfaces for evaluation and development.
Digilent's Pmods augment the capabilities of system boards by adding sensors, actuators, communication, user input, and much more.
Littelfuse's 606 series high-current fuse allows circuit designers to reduce the amount of board space they reserve for protection components.
Texas Instruments' LMR33630 SIMPLE SWITCHER® regulator is an easy-to-use, synchronous, step-down DC/DC converter that delivers best-in-class efficiency for rugged industrial applications.
3M's Dynatel™ electronic marker system (EMS) locators 1420 are microprocessor-based systems designed to be accurate, fast, and integrated.
AMBER Wireless' low-cost AMB3626 OEM radio module for 169 MHz SRD band for various configurations. It supports data transfer and fast-channel/address switching.
AMBER Wireless GmbH's USB stick offers numerous configuration possibilities and data transfer with fast-channel and address switching.
Panduit's Pan-Term ferrule end sleeves fit large gauge wire with assorted pin lengths and are designed for limited space applications.
Microchip's PIC32MZ EF Curiosity IoT development kit uses Amazon FreeROTS making it easy to create, manage and secure small, low-powered edge devices.
Bel Power Solutions' RCM150 (150 W) and RCM300 (300 W) chassis-mount DC-DC converters are designed for railway applications.
Toshiba’s new LDO voltage regulators have excellent dropout, output current, and PSRR, and provides clean power to noise-sensitive applications.
Littelfuse's SP1053 and SP1054 series are designed to provide ESD protection for I/O and power ports in consumer electronics and retail product applications.
Texas Instruments' TPS7A80 family of low-dropout linear regulators (LDOs) offer very high power-supply ripple rejection (PSRR) at the output.