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A tiny module offers a drop-in solution for adding both one-lead ECG and pulse oximetry to low-power mobile devices.
Adafruit’s CircuitPython brings the increasingly popular Python programming language to inexpensive, embedded microcontroller dev boards.
Developers can easily create a battery-free wireless switch using an ultra-low-power Bluetooth 5.0 module and pushbutton energy harvester.
A 6 x 6 mm module and software provide a drop-in solution for low-power, low-cost, long-range IoT connectivity using LoRaWAN technology.
Developers can add the range and accuracy of mmWave radar-based detection to their systems using a single device and accompanying software.
By using a FRAM-based microcontroller instead of flash-based, designers can reduce the power required to update firmware over a LoRaWAN wireless network.
A modular system design provides a compact solution to emerging requirements for next generation PLCs.
Developers can implement the basic analog interfaces required in many wearable and IoT designs using only an MCU and a few passive components.
Use advanced LDOs to maximize IoT sensor battery life while easing complexity and lowering cost.
Using a security IC and a software library, developers can employ a more efficient approach to mutual authentication required for IoT security.
Developers can use low-cost boards and specialized LEDs to build a complete greenhouse control system.
Second generation GNSS modules offer faster satellite acquisition and better positional accuracy while becoming easier to design in.
The Arduino MKR Vidor 4000 provides a simple and inexpensive way to make use of an FPGA’s real time abilities in embedded system designs.
After choosing between the various wireless cellular interfaces for IoT devices, designers can get LTE-M based designs to market quickly with modules and kits.
Zigbee Light Link eases development of wireless mesh connected, low-power smart lighting.
Using stable hardware and software like the Renesas Synergy Platform, see how to get an IoT application connected to the cloud in 10 minutes.
Development kits enable engineers to turn air quality sensors into Internet of Things connected devices.
With a low-cost microcontroller, developers can use Google Vision APIs for cloud-based image recognition.
Using Bluetooth hardware kits and associated software, developers can rapidly deploy secure Bluetooth connectivity between a hub and multiple sensors.
A wireless PLC provides embedded developers with an alternative method to develop real-time applications using ladder logic.
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