Mouser Electronics, Inc., the industry’s leading New Product Introduction (NPI) distributor with the widest selection of semiconductors and electronic components™, continues to provide a range of resources to support embedded systems engineers. As an authorised global distributor of solutions from Microchip Technology, Mouser offers the company’s most recent microcontrollers, mixed-signal, analogue and flash-IP solutions, providing low-risk product development, lower total system cost and faster time to market for a broad range of applications. Mouser also supports engineers with a variety of new Microchip resources to assist in the design process, including a new webcast series and eBook.
- WEBCAST SERIES: Mouser and Microchip have teamed up to present a series of webcasts aimed at helping engineers accelerate the development cycle and reduce time to market. The second webcast, “Use the Core Independent Peripherals (CIP) and PIC® and AVR® MCUs to Create Custom Control Functions,” takes place on Tuesday 13 September 2022, and will show how Microchip CIPs allow designers to create customised control functions for their applications while reducing CPU intervention and overhead. The first webcast is available on demand now.
- eBOOK: Mouser and Microchip recently collaborated to produce the Effortless Embedded Solutions eBook, which offers unique perspectives from industry thought leaders on how Microchip microcontrollers can simplify device design. Through informative videos and articles, the eBook explains the vital role these products play in applications ranging from testing medical solutions to deploying Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
- NEW PRODUCTS: The Microchip PIC16F18015/25/44/45 and the PIC16F18126/46 families of microcontrollers support sensor signal conditioning and real-time control functionality at an affordable price. Specifically designed to accompany sensor designs, the PIC16F18015/25/44/45 microcontrollers provide a balance of flash memory from 7 Kbytes to 14 Kbytes, robust control and peripheral capabilities, and speeds up to 32 MHz. The PIC16F18126/46 microcontrollers offer 28 Kbytes of program flash memory, a 12-bit differential ADCC, two 8-bit DACs, a 16-bit PWM peripheral and a complementary waveform generator.
- NEW PRODUCTS: Ideal for safety-critical industrial and automotive applications, the AVR DD family of microcontrollers use the AVR CPU with hardware multiplier running at clock speeds up to 24 MHz. The devices include optional memories of 16/32/64 Kbytes of flash, 2/4/8 Kbytes of SRAM, and 256 bytes of EEPROM.
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