Low-Power MCUs Tackle Industrial Sensing/Measurement (.PDF Download)

May 26, 2016

Industrial applications for microcontrollers are broad and deep. They include automation and metering solutions, motor control, human-machine interfaces (HMIs), sensors, and programmable logic control. Increasingly, designers are adding MCUs into previously “unintelligent” nodes, and the spread of the industrial IoT will only speed that process. At the same time, industrial applications demand lower power consumption and wiser use of energy...

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