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The Cyclone® III FPGA family from Intel® broadens the number of high-volume, cost-sensitive applications that can benefit from an FPGA.
TI's ADS795X is a multichannel analog-to-digital converter family that include a capacitor based SAR A/D converter with inherent sample and hold.
Texas Instruments' MSP430F54xx microcontrollers feature a low supply-voltage range and an ultra-low power consumption.
Texas Instruments' DAC9881 single-channel, 18-bit, serial-input, voltage-output DACs are available in a 4 mm x 4 mm QFN-24 package.
Microchip's extreme low-power microcontrollers feature nanoWatt XLP technology offering one of the industry's lowest currents for sleep.
Texas Instruments' ISO1050 are galvanically isolated CAN transceivers that meets the requirements of the ISO11898-2 standard.
The LM3407 from National Semiconductor is a constant current output buck switching converter with integrated power N-MOSFET to provide current to LEDs.
Texas Instruments' ADC128D818 I2C system monitor is designed for maximum flexibility and can be configured for single-ended and/or pseudo-differential inputs.
Texas Instruments' TPS6302x are buck-boost converters suitable for applications where the input voltage is higher, lower, or equal to the output.
Texas Instruments' CSD86350Q5D NexFET power block is an optimized design for synchronous buck applications in a small 5 mm x 6 mm outline.
Texas Instruments' C2000 Multi-DC/DC Color LED kit delivers more design flexibility for lighting systems that require a variety of LED types and string lengths.
Microchip unveils MPLAB X IDE open-source integrated development environment with cross-platform support for Linux®, Mac OS®, and Windows® users.
Microchip’s graphics PICtail plus Epson S1D13517 board is a demonstration board for evaluating Microchips graphics-display solution and graphics library.
Texas Instruments four digital power design development kits based on C2000™ real-time control Piccolo™ microcontrollers
TI expands its DRV8xx motor driver family with new devices supporting up to 5 A for higher-current bipolar stepper and brushed DC motors.
The Arduino Ethernet shield allows an Arduino board to connect to the internet, and it is based on the Wiznet W5100 Ethernet chip.
These IGBTs retain a positive temperature coefficient of its collector to emitter saturation voltage for ease of parallel configuration.
Powerex's CD4 and CD6 POW-R-BLOK™ VERSION C modules are designed for use in applications requiring rectification, half-control, or full control.
Silicon Labs' EFM32 Giant Gecko Kit has optional USB connectivity and TFT display drivers, and a 400 nA energy mode.