The kits can be won in the “Spin for a chance to win a dev kit” draws on the company’s Hall 3A Stand 111 throughout the duration of the exhibition.

Anyone pre-registering on Mouser’s website could also win one of the following development kits:

  • Analog Devices’ ADZS-21569-EZKIT Evaluation Kit for immersive audio experiences with deterministic real-time audio processing performance.
  • Texas Instruments’ Power Management Lab Kit Bundle, a set of educational boards that allows hands-on learning for power supply design.
  • The jointly developed Würth Elektronik and Infineon 760308EMP 200W wireless power dev kit. A complete and ready-to-use wireless power system.
  • Microchip’s PIC32MZ/Amazon Free RTOS and Debugger Bundle with an integrated programmer/debugger, allowing rapid prototyping for AWS cloud-connected applications.
  • Seeed’s Studio Perf-V demoboard, based on the Xilinx Artix-7 FPGA, which makes working with programmable logic easy.
  • Silicon Labs’ xGM210P Wireless Module Starter Kit containing the hardware and support tools for prototyping wireless applications.
  • ST’s P-L496G-CELL01 STM32 Discovery Pack development platform for cellular and cloud technology-based solutions.
  • NXP’s i.MX RT1060 EVK Evaluation Kit for the i.MX RT1060 Crossover Processor with a wide range of expansion boards and on-board interface options.
  • On Semiconductor’s Strata USB AC-DC 4-Port 200W Source is used USB-PD and power solutions and is combined with the Strata Developer Studio.
  • A complete AI Starter Bundle, including an Intel Neural Compute Stick 2 and Raspberry Pi 4 Model B: a powerful development kit for AI inferencing.

This year’s stand will also feature a “Future Cities” augmented reality area that visualizes the technology that cities of the future will offer. Mouser will also encourage sustainability by giving away reusable water bottles.

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