Cordless handheld garden tool

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Cordless handheld garden tool

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create sophisticated cordless handheld garden tools with high torque capability, maximum efficiency and battery operating time with enhanced protection.

Design requirements:

Optimal cordless handheld garden tools often require:

  • Compact and high-efficient motor drives that meet thermal requirements.
  • High peak current capability with reliable protection and safety features.
  • Innovative user-interface solutions and accurate sensing solutions.
  • Secure, robust and reliable wireless connectivity.

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Technical articles Overcoming common design challenges in an UV sterilization box system 27 Jul 2020
Technical articles Quick flexibility tips for customizing SNR and resolution on your spectrometer design 25 Aug 2016
Technical articles Inductive sensing: Improve the ENOB of a multichannel LDC by 4 bits in 3 simple steps 24 Jun 2015
Application note Current Sensing for Inline Motor-Control Applications 20 Oct 2016
White paper Enabling Noise Tolerant Capacitive Touch HMIs With MSP CapTIvate™ Technology (Rev. B) 12 Nov 2019
Application note Understanding Smart Gate Drive (Rev. D) 11 May 2022
Technical articles MCU + Analog Series: Driving Low-Power Even Lower – Part 1 05 Mar 2014

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