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New Options for Applying MagniV MCUs

If you are interested in using one of the S12ZVC mixed-signal MagniV microcontrollers in an application, you've had only two choices up until now:  use an NXP demo board, or roll your own hardware design.

The first option provides a quick way to play with some hardware and write some software, but counting on the hardware to be readily available on a continuing basis is a risky thing, since it's only a demo board meant to promote a new MCU rollout.  And besides, it has integrated debugging hardware, which takes up more space and just means more things can go wrong.

The second option gives you full control of your design, but entails schematic capture, PCB layout, component-sourcing, SMT assembly, design validation, and hardware testing--  that's a lot of work and expense!

Now a third option is available:  two families of OEM modules from Technological Arts have just been launched.

 

NanoCore12MAXZVC Family Launch

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We're excited to introduce the world's first industrial-grade S12Z modules specifically intended for OEM use!  There's no need to get bogged down with the intricacies of circuit board layout, assembly, and re-work for today's fine-pitch microcontrollers.  Just drop a fully functional, tested NanoCore12MAXZVC module into your application and roll out a finished product in no time!  If replacement is ever needed, swap it out quickly with hassle-free pluggability--  no tools required.  NanoCore12MAXZVC modules are also well-suited for low-volume applications where existing demo or dev boards just don't fit well into your application's physical constraints.  And no need to worry about the board being discontinued by the manufacturer--  Technological Arts has a solid reputation for longevity in the industry for over two decades, with tens of thousands of boards and modules deployed worldwide. Lean manufacturing ensures low cost and quick turnaround, and technical support comes directly from the product designers.  Due to worldwide chip shortages from NXP, quantities of these modules are temporarily limited, so click here to order yours today!

 

Versatile WiFi Breakout Board for Quick IoT Deployment

20170110 124353 clipped rev 2-800x600 ESP12 modules are popular low-cost modules ideal for adding WiFi to embedded projects to implement Iot, but the surface-mount modules can be a little difficult to work with. BOBESP12 was designed to solve this problem.  Offered with a choice of several connector options, it can be plugged into the XBee header on our Esduino and EsduinoXtreme products to implement WiFi, used with a ribbon cable to optimize placement for the best reception, or it can be plugged vertically into a solderless breadboard.  It's a standalone ESP8266 implementation that is FCC approved and includes an on-board 3.3V regulator, which means it could be the perfect solution for embedding right into your product!  Learn more...
 

 

Latest Products

Adapt9S12ZVC WiFi-ready plus RS232
Adapt9S12ZVC WiFi-ready plus RS232
USD $37.00
Adapt9S12ZVC, USB and RS232
Adapt9S12ZVC, USB and RS232
USD $46.00
NanoCore12 ZVC DIP module, TTL, no pins
NanoCore12 ZVC DIP module, TTL, no pins
USD $32.00

NanoCore12MAXZVCR School Board
NanoCore12MAXZVCR School Board
USD $39.00

NanoCore12 ZVC DIP module, USB
NanoCore12 ZVC DIP module, USB
USD $48.00

NanoCore12 ZVC DIP module, TTL
NanoCore12 ZVC DIP module, TTL
USD $35.00

NanoCore12 ZVC DIP module, RS232
NanoCore12 ZVC DIP module, RS232
USD $39.00

OLED, 1.3-inch, 128x64, SPI
OLED, 1.3-inch, 128x64, SPI
USD $15.00

breakout board, level translator, open-drain, 4-channel
breakout board, level translator, open-drain, 4-channel
USD $5.50