Bangalore, India, March 07, 2014: element14 has announced the expansion of its Microchip portfolio of products for development and lighting. Microchip is a leading provider of analogue, RF and microcontroller devices that enable rapid time-to-market for diverse applications such as industrial automation, consumer electronics, medical and lighting.
Vice President of Asia-Pacific Sales at Microchip Technology Joe Krawczyk said, “We are delighted with our partnership with element14 which enables us to support our Asia-Pacific customers with fast delivery on a wide range of products. Moreover its Community fosters collaboration and knowledge sharing among more than 200,000 design engineers who participate on Microchip’s dedicated page and get first-hand access to design resources, application notes, videos, software, and advice on ‘Ask an Expert’ from Microchip.”
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Some of the new products include the Microchip Lighting Starter Kit comprising main boards and prototyping board, adaptors and power supply. It provides a universal development platform for the creation of communications-enabled lighting applications, and can be integrated into existing lighting networks during development or utilized with multiple communication platforms to simulate large lighting networks.
The Microchip PIC32 USB Starter Kit III, a low-cost, modular development system for Microchip’s line of 32-bit microcontrollers includes on-board circuitry for full debug and programming capabilities and is expandable through a modular expansion interface. The starter kit comes preloaded with demonstration software for easy exploration of its capabilities. View Microchip products at in.element14.com/microchip
It is easy to use the Microchip Wi-fi G Demo Board, a portable and low-cost development system, to create a wi-fi network and control the demo board functions from the client device web browser. It is pre-loaded with demonstration software and is expandable by adding a sensor expansion board.