Analog Modules target engineers and instructors.

Press Release Summary:



RLC Divider Board was developed to implement passive filters and various R, L, and C networks, while Level Shifter Board is designed to interface I2C or SMBus signals between devices with different VDD voltages. Using OPA172 operational amplifier, OpAmp Board includes specific features that make it suitable for experimentation. Active Filter Board is suited for use as anti-aliasing filter for A/D conversion or as reconstruction filter after D/A conversion.



Original Press Release:



Schmartboard Releases Family of Analog Modules



Four modules released with more to come



Fremont, CA – Schmartboard has released the first four in a family of analog modules:



RLC Divider Board – The RLC Divider Board was developed to easily implement passive filters and various R, L and C networks

Level Shifter Board – The Level Shifter Board is designed to interface I2C or SMBus signals between devices with different VDD voltages

OpAmp Board – Uses an OPA172 operational amplifier, with specific features that make it highly suitable for experimentation

Active Filter Board – Applications for the Active Filter Board include use as an anti-aliasing filter for A/D conversion or as a reconstruction filter after D/A conversion



This new family of modules is ideal for:

The digital guru who needs some help on the analog portion of their project

The engineer who is competent with analog but does not want to re-invent the wheel for a project

The instructor who wants tools to teach analog to students



More details and supporting files can be found at: http://schmartboard.com/analog-modules/.



About SchmartBoard (www.schmartboard.com)

SchmartBoard™ is committed to helping make the development of electronic circuits faster, easier, and less expensive than previously possible. SchmartBoard's patented "EZ" Technology makes hand soldering of surface mount components fast and flawless. Our products are used by engineers, students, and hobbyists for electronic circuit design work, ranging from simple to the complex.



Contact:

Missy Bindseil

SchmartBoard

missy.bindseil@schmartboard.com

830-237-9527




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