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Würth Elektronik is a German-based company with an international network of ISO-certified production plants, subsidiaries throughout Asia, Europe and America with a strong technical sales force. Offering their customers solutions beyond the component, the company´s philosophy "more than you expect" is a commitment to support engineering.
We´re running a Roadtest with our Amber Pi Kit on element14. Sign up for the Roadtest Amber Pi Design Kit.
You can also join our Webinar on "Wireless IoT for Everyone with the Amber Pi"!
The goal of this webinar is to show you an easy-to-use to development platform which provides anyone a design tool for the developing and testing of IoT-related radio applications without being any expert.
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We consider clean energy, eMobility and sustainability as key elements for a green future. We speed up the future with our Technology Partnership with ABT Sportsline in the world’s first all-electric racing series. Discover the fascinating world of Formula E!
Top performance through greatest efficiency and innovative solutions. Würth Elektronik eiSos designs innovative component solutions for the electronics industry. Check it out here!
In 2015, we organized the LED RoadTest+ together with Texas Instruments and Element14. Participants were asked to come up with ideas that solve modern world challenges. The task was to design something around the TI TPS92512 LED Driver and our Würth Elektronik passive components. The winning project was a practical Internet of Things based lighting solution. Find out more about the concept here:
Could you build the farm of tomorrow?
SiliconLabs and Würth Elektronik asked to build a vertical indoor farm that is a true IoT solution, built on the smallest footprint possible with maximum energy efficiency.
The following tools were utilized:
Check out the Vertical Farming solutions here.
Texas Instruments, Cisco Systems and Würth Elektronik are partnering for the "In the Air" Design Challenge.
We invited competitors from all over the world to propose their own solutions.
The aim was to create innovative Internet-of-Things solutions to measure pollution and relay that information efficiently to enable smart and timely interventions.
Check out the challenge here!
Würth Elektronik presents its Energy Harvesting Solution To Go Design Kit featuring peltier and solar energy source types plus additional connectors for optional external generators.
Benefit from the following:
Complete solution from harvesting of the energy, energy management and storage
Easy transfer of this solution to your design
Evaluation of the highest efficient components in the market
See our Google Hangout on our Energy Harvesting Challenge Finale.
Cut the Cord and get rid of the wire-bound chaos!
Farnell, Texas Instruments and Würth Elektronik are presenting the Qi-Standard, your way to your wireless power solution.
Würth Elektronik´s WE-WPCC wireless charging series comes with low DCR, high quality litzwire and the highest Q value on the market.
Make sure you check out the webinars on wireless power charging:
Google Hangout - "Beyond the Phone"
Visit Wireless Power Solution for more wireless charging technology.
A revised and expanded version of the Component Selector has now been released.
Six new modules have been added to the four existing ones, making this selection tool one of the world's most comprehensive component databases to be provided by a single manufacturer.
Farnell element14 and Würth Elektronik want to support you the best and easiest way possible. With the design kits from Würth Elektronik you have all the components available for your passive solution.
Make sure you equip yourself with these convenient boxes and never look for parts in the future anymore.