Mouser signs global distribution agreement with LinkSprite

Mouser Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with LinkSprite, designers and producers of hardware, firmware, and apps focused on home automation, health care, and more.

The LinkSprite product line available from Mouser Electronics features a series of boards and accessories, including the O-board, the Arduino-compatible LinkNode D1 board, and LinkNode modules and kits. The O-board is an OpenRISC processor SoC development board based on the Intel Altera Cyclone IV FPGA, which provides 22,000 logic elements, 1 Mbyte of flash, and 32 Mbytes of SDRAM. The board includes a complete OpenRISC reference design that boots Linux 3.1 and features a micro-USB port that provides power, two JTAG interfaces, and two UART interfaces.

The LinkNode D1 is an Arduino-compatible Wi-Fi development board, powered by a highly integrated ESP8266 Wi-Fi system-on-chip (SoC). The LinkNode D1 offers 11 digital input/output (I/O) pins and one analog input pin and can associate with an existing Wi-Fi interface to send commands over the network using the LinkSprite IO app for iOS or Android. Mouser also stocks a variety of LinkNode modules and kits, including touch, tilt, thermal, vibration, path tracking and flame sensor modules, among others.

To learn more about LinkSprite and its product line at Mouser, visit www.mouser.com/linksprite.

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