Industrial-iot - Feature Products
ROHM’s KX132-1211 and KX134-1211 tri-axis accelerometers comes with a built-in advanced vibration detection capable of detecting signals of interest up to 4200Hz (KX132) / 8500Hz (KX134) and ±16g (KX132) / ±64g (KX134) full-scale ranges. Both parts come in a 2x2x0.9mm LGA 12-pin package, support industrial temperature range (-40C to +105C), feature 0.5µA standby current, and 0.53-239µA operating current.
ROHM’ BP35C5 is the industry’s first Wi-SUN FAN module to support large mesh networks of up to 1,000 connected devices. Sub-GHz protocol enables long-distance communication with low power consumption, while integrated automatic communication path and channel hopping functions ensure high reliability wireless transmission.
The BD70522GUL utilizes proprietary Nano Energy technology™ created by leveraging low-current analog expertise covering control circuitry, analog element layout, and 0.35um BiCDMOS processes to achieve breakthrough current consumption that enables up to 10 years of operation on a single coin battery.
LAPIS Technology’s ML620Q50 CMOS MCU leverages an original 16bit RISC U16 core to achieve superior performance. At the same time, low power technology improves processing power while maintaining ultra-low current consumption. Additional features include wide operating voltage and temperature ranges and built-in peripheral circuitry, including onboard flash memory.
ROHM offers a broad lineup of compact low current surface mount chip LEDs in both standard, side firing, and rear mount types to support a variety of applications. Original device technologies provide high brightness with high reliability.
Webinar Teaser | Accelerometers
Wi-SUN Demo Board
Tech Explainer | Printheads
Digital Datasheet | BM1390GLV-Z Piezo Pressure Sensor IC
Digital Datasheet | CSL1104WB Ultra-Compact High Brightness White Chip LEDs
Digital Datasheet | BP35C5 Wi-SUN FAN Module
Machine Health Monitoring Smart Sensors
Kionix KX132 & KX134 Accelerometers
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