Dedicated ICs simplify implementation of authentication mechanisms needed to ensure security in systems ranging from complex IoT devices to simple peripherals.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) is ideal for smart lighting in industrial applications, but designers need to ensure standards compatibility and optimum efficiency.
Rapidly implement Qi compliant 15 Watt wireless power transmitters and receivers using an STWLC33 receiver and STWBC-EP controller.
The IEC 60601-1 technical standards for medical electrical equipment are about to change and CUI has power supplies available now to meet these new standards.
SMT LED strips and ribbons, combined with a power supply and RF remote controller, make for a fun, useful, and rewarding DIY low-voltage lighting project.
The Otii Arc from Qoitech AB makes it easy to analyze an embedded IoT device’s energy profile so it can be better optimized for longer battery life.
Low voltage and high voltage circuits can be combined effectively and safely with good design approaches, solid power solutions, and adherence to standards.
Texas Instruments has put together a portfolio of products which can help make a manufacturer’s jump into Industry 4.0 a reality.
Use an Arduino compatible shield and baseboard as a complete soil monitoring solution, as well as a development platform for custom designs.
Using load switches instead of standalone MOSFETs can provide greater flexibility, control, and protection for low-power circuits and system power management.
Chemiresistive sensors offer a cost-effective solution for measuring a wide range of gases but require careful consideration of analog support circuitry.
Standardizing the charging interface for electric vehicles promotes safety and power grid management.
Testing line-powered switched mode power devices can be risky without the proper techniques, precautions, and accessories.
Solid-state lighting drivers simplify design challenges and provide additional functionality.
The Industrial IoT requires designers to pay particular attention to architecture, device reliability and robustness, and connectivity.
Switch mode power supplies offer high efficiency and small volume so it’s worthwhile learning how to design or select the best one for the application.
Energy harvesting PMICs allow remote wireless sensor node implementation.
To get higher voltages from low voltage inputs, designers need to understand and implement a boost regulator following important guidelines and trade-offs.
Advancements in LED technology allow targeting horticultural applications.
Energy harvesting and low-power MCUs maximize sensor node battery life.