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Maxim’s DARWIN Low Power Microcontrollers – Mouser and Maxim Integrated

 

MCUs continue to evolve based on increasing demands from designers. We expect our microcontrollers to do more than ever – better security, more performance, lower power consumption – and we want it all for less money, of course. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Kris Ardis from Maxim Integrated about the new DARWIN line of low-power MCUs.

Click here for more information about the DARWIN Family of Ultralow Power Processors

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