Engineers can review and choose from an extensive range of ready-to-use solutions for applications in IoT to LED, and defence and aerospace
element14, the high-service distributor of technology products and solutions for electronics design, manufacture and operations will be showcasing at India Electronics Week their newest offerings in the IoT space. India Electronics Week will be held on 11-13 January 2016 at the Bangalore International Exhibition Convention Centre.
Ravi Pagar, Regional Director – India and Asean, element14 said, “We are looking forward to be at the first India Electronics Week to meet with professionals in the IoT ecosystem and we have put together an exciting range of ground-breaking IoT-enabling solutions and related products at our booth from leading manufacturers like Texas Instruments, Freescale, Microchip and Analog devices. In the past year, numerous products from leading global suppliers have become available for applications in industrial automation, IoT and LED and I encourage visitors to come chat with our technical team who are experts in helping recommend what you need.“
At the element14 booth number L16 , hall 1 among the newest products suited for use in IoT devices are :
Grid-EYE Sensor Evaluation Kit, powered by Panasonic – the Grid-EYE Infrared (IR) Array Sensor Evaluation Kit, powered by Panasonic’s high-precision IR sensor platform enables engineers to design and develop wireless sensor prototypes quickly. It can detect multiple people or objects moving in different directions. The kit has two modes of operation; it can function as a standalone device or be connected to an Arduino DUE platform, for applications including motion detection, gesture control, detection of temperature distribution and Internet of Things.
Tektronix MDO4000C Series of Mixed Domain Oscilloscopes for RF and Wireless Applications – the oscilloscope can be configured with up to six instruments in a single unit including a full spectrum analyzer; it provides a synchronized view of analog and digital waveforms along with RF spectrum traces, making it the ideal debug tool for Internet of Things (IoT) and many other embedded engineering applications