Digi-Key Electronics introduces the DK IoT Studio — an integrated development environment (IDE) that aims to provide a simple way for developers and providers to create IoT solutions.
Würth Elektronik and Infineon Technologies have jointly released a development system for wireless power transfer, the 760308EMP-WPT-200W. The development kit includes a power supply unit, a transmitter and a receiver unit.
ST25DV-PWM NFC Dynamic tags from STMicroelectronics introduce an innovative contactless way to program presets for products on the production line or in situ, and are designed to simplify set-up or fine-tuning at the point of use.
The Renesas Synergy AE-CLOUD2 kit is a complete hardware and software reference design that allows embedded developers to quickly evaluate cellular connectivity options and build low-power wide-area (LPWA) cellular Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
Artesyn Embedded Technologies has announced an extension to its iHP series configurable intelligent high power system, with the addition of a 12 kW case to the existing 24 kW case.
The LCM3000 series AC-DC single-output enclosed power supplies can supply up to 3000 W output power with medical and industrial safety approvals.
Coilcraft's Designers Kits are available for both surface-mount devices and thru-hole devices.
Maxim's application-optimised ICs regulate, manage and protect DC power, offering a combination of small package size, high operating efficiency, low quiescent current, integrated ASIL-B/D electrical protection and low EMI.
Ultra Librarian enables visitors to search a database of over 40 million components to make part selection and sourcing decisions.
NI has announced the release of LabVIEW 2018, designed to help engineers exceed their speed of innovation by taking advantage of tools that simplify system integration and grant more control through hardware accessibility.
The DesignSpark Toolbox app provides a single point of access to common electronic reference materials, calculation and conversion tools in an easy-to-use format for electronics design engineers, makers and students.
Renesas Electronics has announced three programmable power management ICs (PMICs) that offer high power efficiency and a small footprint for application processors in smartphones and tablets: the ISL91302B, ISL91301A and ISL91301B PMICs.