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Rutronik adds Minew Ultra-Low-Power Multiprotocol Module to its Portfolio

Created by Lan Hong |   Knowledge

Minew’s new MS88SF2 multi-protocol module is based on the SoC (System-on-Chip) nRF52840, Nordic’s most powerful short-range wireless microcontroller. It can be operated with the wireless protocols Bluetooth 5.0, ZigBee 3.0, Thread and ANT, as well as with proprietary 2.4GHz stacks.

The module is available at www.rutronik24.com.

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At Rutronik: Energy-efficient EnOcean Wireless Transceiver Module

Created by Sebastian Hör |   Suppliers

The compact wireless transceiver module TCM 515 is suitable for systems such as transceiver gateways, actuators and controllers that communicate based on the EnOcean radio standard in the sub-GHz band. It provides reduced power consumption, smaller size and a lower purchase price compared to the previous generation TCM 310, which is still available. Due to the higher processor performance of the TCM 515,...

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Nordic Thingy:91 IoT prototyping kit available at Rutronik

Created by Sebastian Hör |   Suppliers

The new Nordic Semiconductor multi-sensor IoT prototyping kit Nordic Thingy:91 for IoT applications based on the nRF9160 SiP (System-in-Package) is now available at Rutronik. With the nRF52840 for short-range radio connection and a broad collection of sensors and interfaces it is highly adaptable to many IoT-projects and enables rapid prototyping and proof of concept. The Nordic Thingy:91 can be obtained at...

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Extremely efficient power MOSFETs from STMicroelectronics at Rutronik

Created by Sebastian Hör |   Suppliers

The STMicroelectronics MDmesh M6 high-voltage super-junction MOSFETs offer improved PFC (Power Factor Correction) and LLC efficiency especially at light load conditions for increased power density. They are available at www.rutronik24.com

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Microcontroller-Configurable High-Precision Analog Front End for Sensor Signal Processing with AFE

Created by Qi Zhang, Technical Support Engineer at Rutronik |   Knowledge

With the NJU9103, NJRC has developed a new analog front end (AFE) with integrated PGA that can be used to process analog signals with a gain of G-512. By combining the NJU9103 with an STM32F429 microcontroller from STMicroelectronics, a budget sensor signal processing system can be assembled with relative ease. The arrangement works much like an oscilloscope, but can also output additional information on...

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