14 Jun 2016

Farnell element14 launches complete line of demo boards

Farnell element14 has launched the full line of demo boards from Linear Technology providing a complete solution for evaluating system performance. The range includes over 1,000 development kits which offer new solutions for power management, data conversion, battery management, signal conditioning and RF and Wireless.

The demo boards from Linear Technology, are stocked in-house at Farnell element14 and are available for same day shipment. This gives engineers faster access to products that speed up the analog design process and reduce time-to-market.

In addition, the new solutions from Linear Technology for power management and data conversion include: Power Management solutions for DC/DC applications which address all topologies: Buck (Step-Down), Boost (Step-Up), Buck-Boost, Inverting, single-ended primary inductor converter (SEPIC) and power modules “µModule Solution”.

Linear Technology’s family of data converters include high performance analog to digital converter products (ADCs) which offer excellent noise performance (SINAD, SNR and SFDR), low power consumption and small package size. It includes 16-bit to 24-bit delta sigma converters for precision measurements, up to 16-bit high-speed pipeline ADCs for communications and 8-bit to 20-bit low power successive approximation register (SAR) analog to digital converter for everything in between.

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