GPGM- semiconductors | RS components
Product Group Manager - Semiconductors
3 years ago
Ideal for working on the bench & on location, due to the ability to run from a laptop, this neat device can be integrated & left in situ permanently as a service monitor, or temporarily for data logging service & system optimisation.
JTAG-HS2 FPGA Programming Cable is IEEE 1149.7-2009 Class T0 - Class T4 (includes 2-Wire JTAG) compatible, and usable with all Xilinx tools as well as fully supported by Digilent's Adept software and Adept SDK.
4 years ago
RS Components launches its DesignSpark branded PMOD HAT for Raspberry Pi to support solderless prototyping for the DesignSpark engineering community and the millions of developers and makers working with Pi today.
DesignSpark and RS have now made the video of the fantastic webinar from Jacob Beningo on verifying RTOS Applications using Deep Insight Analysis available on to the community.
Popular myth was that the power supply was last on the design “must do list” and squeezed in at the last minute, but this is far from the truth
4 years ago
As one advertiser recently put it – “power is nothing without control”. This is true not only for the mechanical world they had in mind but is equally true for the world of power electronics.
Time then to consign the mechanical relay and fuse to history in auto and industrial control applications, with the use of advanced protected field effect transistors “PROFETS” and “HITFETS” .....
With just a couple of cables, and the latest Flasher Portable PLUS, the intrepid engineering hero can upgrade or repair software on the vast majority of the Worlds microcontrollers
While PMODs have been available to Xilinx FPGA (i.e. the Digilent ARTY board) and Microchip PIC users for some time, we are now enabling new communities (no not Lego™ users), the Arduino Uno R3, and Cypress PSOC communities.
When the going gets tough Infineon and RS get Commercial, Construction, Hybrid, and Agricultural Vehicle designs going efficiently and safely.
These brochures cover the electrification of applications which have been traditionally powered by fossil fuels, or controlled and facilitated using pneumatics, or hydraulics.
The automotive environment is hostile to electronics, with temperature variations, EMC, ESD, vibrations, and moisture all needing to be guarded against. For sure automotive safety should never be left to chance ........
The Digital World will never replace drivers, acheive comprehensive “artificial intelligence”, or perform complex and interactive robotic solutions, without the ability to capture and measure the “analogue” or real World around it.