- Audio/Video Processing
- Battery Charging
- Circuit Protection
- Data Conversion
- Data Storage
- Display Systems
- Embedded Processing
- Energy Harvesting
- Energy Storage
- Eval/Dev Tool
- General Purpose
- Human Interface
- Industrial Automation
- Industrial Control
- IoT Internet of Things
- Motor Control
- Optical Communication
- Power Management
- RF/EMI Shielding
- Signal Processing
- Single Board Computer
- Thermal Management
- Timing & Clock Management
- Wired Communication
- Wireless Communication
STMicroelectronics' STM32U5 series offers advanced power-saving MCUs to meet the most demanding power/performance requirements for smart applications.
Würth Elektronik's WE-PCM series is designed as an alternative to thermal pastes and greases between high-performance components.
Wurth Elektronik’s WE-TINS series are silicone pads designed to electrically insulate electronic components and cooling assemblies, allowing heat flow.
Wurth Elektronik's WE-TGS is a synthetic graphite heat spreader with most of the provided thermal conductivity occurring at the horizontal or XY axis.
Würth Elektronik's WE-TTT is a double-sided tape that provides a thermal interface material for mechanical fixing in both contact surfaces.
Wurth Elektronik’s WE-TGFG series graphite foam gaskets are thermally conductive synthetic graphite foam gaskets for use where the use of silicone is restricted.
Würth Elektronik's WE-CMDC series are low-profile SMT chokes with around 60% higher rated current than the existing WE-SL5 HC series with section winding style.
Knowles' IA8201 AISonic™ audio edge processor is a high-performance, ultra-low-power audiocentric OpenDSP.
Würth Elektronik's WE-LF and WE-LF SMT common mode chokes feature a toroidal core with sector winding and compact size.
TDK InvenSense’s ICM-42670-P six-axis MEMS motion tracking device targets consumer and IoT applications that require ultra-low power for longer battery life.
Molex’s Ditto wire-to-wire interconnects and pre-assembled pigtail harnesses answer to the needs of the low-amperage consumer and lighting industry.
NXP's PCA2131 CMOS real-time clock features an integrated temperature-compensated crystal oscillator and a 32.768 kHz quartz crystal.
Equipped with an uncooled InGaAs sensor array, Broadcom's AFBR-S20N1N256 Qneo neat NIR spectrometer enables accurate measurement between 950 nm and 1700 nm.