Mouser Electronics, Inc., the global authorized distributor with the newest semiconductors and electronic components, announces a global distribution agreement with Torex Semiconductor, a leading provider of CMOS power management ICs targeted toward battery-powered and energy-efficient applications. Torex Semiconductor offers a wide selection of products that are optimized to meet the ultra-small size requirements of modern wireless and networking technologies.
The Torex product line, now available from Mouser Electronics, features micro DC/DC converters, ultra-low-power synchronous buck DC/DC converters, push-button reboot controllers, and high-performance linear voltage regulators (LVRs). The XCL series of micro DC/DC converters offer a broad variety of step-up and step-down solutions with built-in inductors for designs requiring an ultra-small footprint, low electromagnetic interference (EMI) noise, and current support up to 2A. Torex’s XC9265 series of ultra-low-power synchronous step-down DC/DC converters consume only 0.5μA and are designed for battery-powered applications that require long running times.
The Torex XC6190 device is a unique push-button reboot controller with an ultra-low quiescent current of 0.01μA, which makes it ideal for the popular wearable device and fitness markets. The reset timer’s setup delay avoids resets from accidental presses and differentiates between software interrupts and hard system resets. Torex‘s XC62 and XC65 high-performance, highly accurate linear voltage regulators (LVRs) provide a maximum supply current of up to 2A in an ultra-small package and feature low noise, high ripple rejection, low dropout, and low-power consumption.
To learn more about Torex Semiconductor products available from Mouser Electronics, visit http://www.mouser.com/torex-semiconductor/.
Mouser Signs Global Agreement with Torex Semiconductor
8. August 2016, 08:00 Uhr
Mouser Electronics, Inc., the global authorized distributor with the newest semiconductors and electronic components, announces a global distribution agreement with Torex Semiconductor.