Quick Dive Information on the Latest Product Additions and New Components.
VersaLogic’s SandCat is designed and validated for operation in unforgiving environments and designed for long term availability.
Microchip's SAM R34 and R35 product families are ultra-low power microcontrollers combined with a UHF transceiver communication interface.
Digilent's PYNQ-Z1 board uses Xilinx's PYNQ to program Zynq APSoCs using Python without the need to design programmable logic circuits.
Microchip’s ATtiny321x uses the latest core independent peripherals with low power features such as event system, intelligent analog, and advanced peripherals.
Intel® Cyclone® 10 GX FPGAs provide 12.5 G transceiver-based functions, 1.4 Gbps LVDS, and up to 72-bit wide DDR3 SDRAM interface at up to 1,866 Mbps.
STMicroelectronics' SPC572L 32-bit MCUs are based on the Power Architecture® core and are available down to 80 pins in a high-density eQFP package.
Infineon's KITXMC48IOTAWSWIFITOBO1 is a base kit featuring an XMC4800 MCU that includes connectors in Arduino and Click Board™ compatible form factors.
STMicro Arm® Cortex®-M0+-based STM32G0 series MCUs deliver an upgrade in 32-bit performance and integration while featuring the essentials of the STM32 family.
Renesas' Synergy™ S1 series MCU development kit provides analog capabilities including ADCs, op amps, and DACs, eliminating the need for external components.
NXP's i.MX 6ULZ is a high-performance, cost-efficient consumer Linux processor featuring a single Arm® Cortex®-A7 core operating at 900 MHz.
Lattice's Himax HM01B0 feature a convolutional neural network (CNN) using the compact CNN accelerator soft IP used in human presence and hand gesture detection.
Cypress Semiconductor's PSoC 6 BLE prototyping kit features the PSoC 63 BLE module for developers wanting to add Bluetooth connectivity to their IoT design.
RECOM's RP40Q-RUW and RP60Q-RUW series 40 W and 60 W DC/DC converters in quarter-brick packages offer a 12:1 input voltage range for railway applications.
Cypress Semiconductor's PSoC 6 WiFi-BT Prototyping Kit is a low-cost hardware development platform enabling design with the PSoC 6 MCU.
Microchip Technology's DM164144 Curiosity Nano evaluation kit is a hardware platform used to evaluate the PIC16F18446 microcontroller (MCU).
NXP's i.MX 8X MEK offers high-level integration that supports graphics, videos, image processing, and more for embedded industrial and automotive markets.
Makeblock's mBot Ranger can be built into 3 preset variations: a tank (Land Raider), a racing car (Dashing Raptor), or a self-balancing robot (Nervous Bird).
Makeblock’s mBot ultimate 2.0 can be built into 10 preset variations which let users have fun or solve a specific problem, giving a preview of robot design.
Users of Makeblock's Airblock drone and hovercraft can control the drone via the Makeblock app and code the virtual buttons with block-based programming.
Maxim's MAX32652 is an ultra-low power memory-scalable microcontroller. Maxim's MAX32660 is an ultra-low power, highly-integrated microcontroller.
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