Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create input/output (I/O) modules with high channel density, low-power dissipation and high common-mode capabilities.
Robot I/O module designs often require:
- High efficiency and isolated power supplies.
- High-speed sampling rate for precision signal chain.
- Advanced protection and diagnostic capabilities.
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