Mouser adds resource site for development kits and tools

Mouser adds resource site for development kits and tools

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

Mouser Electronics offers a wealth of services and tools to help engineers and purchasing professionals find the right products for their designs, including a resource site for development kits and a page devoted to the latest engineering tools. The development kits resource site includes many articles, videos, and how-to guides, connecting engineers directly with the products and know-how necessary for developing new products. The engineering tools page offers an up-to-the-minute collection of new evaluation kits, reference designs, and more, allowing engineers to discover the latest products from leading manufacturers.

The development kit resource site offers a diverse collection of resources to inform the development of applications ranging from Internet of Things (IoT) devices to Bluetooth® mesh networks to wearable medical devices. The robust site also includes articles addressing challenges and use cases for specific components, such as home automation using the Microchip Technology SAM E51 Integrated Graphics and Touch (IGaT) Curiosity evaluation kit or device monitoring using the Arduino Portenta H7 development board. The resource site also includes convenient product information for a variety of evaluation boards and development kits, allowing engineers to find components for their new designs easily.

In other related news, Mouser is stocking the Thingy:53 rapid prototyping platform from Nordic Semiconductor. Integrating a range of sensors for light, motion, sound, and environmental factors, the Thingy:53 platform is ideal for building prototypes and proofs-of-concept. This product is based on the nRF5340 dual-core Arm® Cortex® M-33 system-on-chip (SoC), and the nRF Edge Impulse mobile app enables embedded machine learning (ML) for prototype devices. The ML capabilities of the development platform support a range of applications, including voice recognition and movement pattern detection.

This product features a complete range of sensors and peripherals to support Internet of Things (IoT) application development. The platform’s environmental sensor measures air pressure, air quality, humidity, and temperature in real time, while the low-power accelerometer supports a broad range of motion detection functions. The Thingy:53 platform boasts power management features provided by the nPM1100 power management IC (PMIC), an onboard nRF21540 front-end module (FEM) for wireless connectivity and an integrated power amplifier/low noise amplifier (PA/LNA) range extender. The platform’s ML capabilities enable exceptional low-power performance. The platform includes a debug and current measurement board, allowing engineers to monitor power consumption and troubleshoot application code quickly.



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