Mouser Electronics Expands Smart Agriculture Content Hub with Resources for Engineers

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Mouser Electronics, Inc., the New Product Introduction (NPI) leader, equips engineers and agricultural professionals with an easy-to-navigate resource library focused on the latest advancements and technologies in the field of agriculture. From robotic solutions to embedded systems, Mouser’s comprehensive Smart Agriculture hub gives users access to a world of innovative products and solutions to further drive farming industries into the future. Mouser provides an expansive lineup of articles, blogs, products, eBooks and more, exploring topics such as vertical farming within smart citiesdata fusion and building a smart greenhouse.

Mouser stocks the industry’s widest selection of semiconductors and electronic components, including the following solutions for smart agriculture applications:

  • The IPW Series outdoor antennas by Linx Technologies provide a ground-plane independent, IP67-rated dipole antenna solution that mounts permanently to metallic and non-metallic surfaces. The Linx Technologies IPW Series outdoor antennas are available for cellular, Wi-Fi®, and LPWA / ISM frequencies and are ideal for remote sensor networks.
  • The Eduponics mini kit from STEMinds is designed to demonstrate the integration of IoT and smart agriculture. The included board features onboard environmental sensors and supports the C programming language in the Arduino IDE environment and MicroPython in Thonny IDE.
  • The T9501 from Amphenol Advanced Sensors is an IP67-rated humidity and temperature sensor that offers an advanced, cost-effective sensing solution for virtually any type of harsh-environment application. The T9501 sensor is based on a capacitive polymer sensor chip, and ASIC integrated into an easy-mount OEM package.
  • The J Series 2835 Photophyll™ Select LEDs from Cree LED feature an advanced spectrum with blue and green output tuned for horticulture applications. The J Series 2835 Photophyll Select LEDs are designed to replace the white LEDs that are common in two-channel white + red horticulture luminaires. By maximizing green content and minimizing red content versus standard lighting LEDs, these devices enable significant enhancements to luminaire cost and performance.

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