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.
How a microcontroller in an IoT node can reliably and repeatedly execute an embedded operating system like Linux from a flash microSDHC card.
Developers can create an IoT gateway simply by loading free firmware from Mozilla into a Raspberry Pi.
A module combines an ultra-wideband transceiver, Bluetooth MCU, and motion sensor to provide a low-power standards compliant real-time location system.
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.
Industry 4.0 offers increased safety, reliability, and productivity. However, many challenges arise when edge devices are connected to TSN enabled networks.
The Amazon FreeRTOS bootloader solution allows IoT developers to easily update their firmware over the air (OTA).
Embedded developers needing wireless connectivity for their IoT designs have many options, but they need to choose and apply RF connectivity with great care.
Bluetooth mesh is complex, but using IC vendor solutions and development tools, designers can build smart Bluetooth mesh networked applications quickly.
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.
To embed wireless connectivity for the IoT, designers need to understand how to evaluate the various interfaces to best meet their application requirements.
High voltage differentials in industrial automation systems can create havoc without the proper application of galvanic isolation techniques.
A hardware module and software package provide developers with a complete low-power solution to quickly implement Bluetooth mesh networking.
When adding sensors to automobiles, use the simple PSI5 bus for safe, reliable, low-cost, and secure sensor to ECU communications.
Understanding the available connectors and associated specification requirements that need to be considered is important throughout any design process.
A connected lighting kit and associated software environment provide a comprehensive platform for developing mesh network automation applications.
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.
Embedded developers that need more performance from a board with the Arduino Uno form factor can now use the open-source RISC-V based HiFive1 dev kit.
Matching ADCs to the right application requires an understanding of the various topologies and the problems they are designed to overcome.