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超低消費電力マイクロコントローラ

Analog Devices’ ultra low power (ULP) microcontroller allows edge nodes to intelligently process localized data with the smallest amount of system power needed. This allows customers to extend battery life and extend the time between charges allowing longer use. Smaller battery sizes and longer time between in-field product replacements provide cost saving for our customers.

ULP Microcontrollers (MCUs) and sensor signal processors utilize ARM®-Cortex® processor cores with integrated power management for processing, control, and connectivity. Some of our ultra low power technology such as SensorStrobe enable over 10X system power savings when combined with Analog Devices’ digital sensors and ultra low power transceivers. They offer robust features for high volume applications and security features for IP protection.

Our ultra low power MCUs offer intelligence at the edge nodes for IoT Applications by allowing local decision making to happen at the node allowing only the most important data to be sent to the cloud.

Analog Devices’ ultra low power (ULP) microcontroller allows edge nodes to intelligently process localized data with the smallest amount of system power needed. This allows customers to extend battery life and extend the time between charges allowing longer use. Smaller battery sizes and longer time between in-field product replacements provide cost saving for our customers.

ULP Microcontrollers (MCUs) and sensor signal processors utilize ARM®-Cortex® processor cores with integrated power management for processing, control, and connectivity. Some of our ultra low power technology such as SensorStrobe enable over 10X system power savings when combined with Analog Devices’ digital sensors and ultra low power transceivers. They offer robust features for high volume applications and security features for IP protection.

Our ultra low power MCUs offer intelligence at the edge nodes for IoT Applications by allowing local decision making to happen at the node allowing only the most important data to be sent to the cloud.