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The UBI206 chip can bring Wi-Fi connectivity to your IoT solution while consuming lesser battery power than a BLE chip. Ubilite has released the UBI206 platform based on its UBI206 System on Chip (SoC). It enables an ultra-low power Wi-Fi...
Trameto has announced a demonstration platform of TM2040, a four-input, smart Energy Harvesting PMIC. The module can enable engineers to evaluate the power generation through micro-energy harvesting and predict the size of the battery required for an application. The...
C&K has introduced a new ultra-low current detect switch to its detect product family. The SDS ultra-low current (ULC) series comes in multiple contact arrangements suitable for different use cases. These switches have a Single pole single throw (SPST)...
e-Peas has recently released three new Power Management ICs (PMICs), AEM00300, AEM330, and AEM00940 for energy harvesting systems. These ICs are optimized for intermittent and pulsed power inputs. These chips are self-configurable with the ability to automatically switch between...
Maxim Integrated's new Arm Cortex-M4-based MCU provides reliable operation uninterrupted by bit flips Also allows developers to offer a low-power solution Maxim Integrated has launched the MAX32670, a low-power Arm Cortex-M4 microcontroller (MCU) with floating-point unit. The...
 
 

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