Ineltek UK, the UK and Ireland arm of Germany’s largest independent semiconductor distributor has further expanded its impressive portfolio of ultra-low power devices ideally suited to battery-powered and energy-harvested applications in the emerging wearables and Internet of Things (IoT) markets. The Atmel SMART SAM L21 ultra-low power ARM Cortex-M0+ MCU at 35uA/MHz and Micro Crystal RV-8803-C7 RTC (Real Time Clock) module (720nW) are ideal for products such as portable and wearable medical devices, smart home sensor nodes and other applications that require high performance and long battery life.
The key requirements of truly IoT-ready products are small form factor, ultra-low power, connectivity and security. Devices like the Atmel SAM L21 and Micro Crystal RV-8803-C7 are being intelligently assembled into Ineltek’s solutions portfolio alongside sensors, batteries, wireless modules and crypto elements. This portfolio includes pre-configured combinations, reference designs and evaluation modules exclusively developed and supported by Ineltek’s expert Design and Applications team.
“Credibility is critical here.” explains Ineltek UK’s Technical Director, Shaun O’Brien, “When the industry jumps on a concept like the IoT it is easy to make claims. We back that up with measurable, proven design examples so that engineers can have genuine confidence in our ability to enable their business to turn concepts into profitable products.”
Samples and pricing on both the Atmel SAM L21 and Micro Crystal RV-8803-C7 are available now.