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Mouser unveils smart grid tech site

03 Jul 2012

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Mouser Electronics Inc. has uncloaked a new technology site on covering smart grid technology. The site aims to help design engineers find the latest smart grid advancements, source product information using block diagram navigation, and access the latest technical resources in as few clicks as possible, stated the company.

Mouser's Smart Grid Technology site is a comprehensive resource center covering key areas, including smart meter and smart home components, plus insightful industry news and developments in smart grid, indicated Mouser. In addition, the site provides extra resources to help spearhead design development such as in depth industry articles and a comprehensive library of technical resources. The site's streamlined graphical interface is designed to speed navigation. As a result, engineers can quickly narrow in on a set universe of products and information based on defined parameters/engineering standards centered on their specific design needs.?

The site features new products from Texas Instruments, STMicroelectronics, Maxim, AVX, Murata, Digi International, EPCOS and Laird Technologies, among others.





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