A reel of ADuM4160s
I’m pleased to announce that the long wait is finally over – I’m now in possession of a reel (this is 1000 pcs!) of ADuM4160 – the core chip of USB Isolator
. I will be shipping back orders today and tomorrow – if you have ordered any of USB Isolator products from me in February, March, or April, and will not have gotten shipping notification by Monday, please contact me.
USB Isolators are back in stock. By popular demand, I also started selling ADuM4160 in single quantities – look in components section of the store.
On a side note, I received an e-mail from a company in Denmark offering ADuM4160-based USB Isolators in “complete” form – sporting a nice looking case and bus-powered supply for the peripheral side. I bought one yesterday to take a look. I’m going to write a review and, if I like it, start reselling it.
MAX3421E on a tray
I just took delivery on a batch of MAX3421Es from Maxim. They are available for sale in the store
The MAX3421E makes the vast collection of USB peripherals available to any microprocessor, ASIC, or DSP when it operates as a USB host. For point-to-point solutions, for example, a USB keyboard or mouse interfaced to an embedded system, the firmware that operates the MAX3421E can be simple since only a targeted device is supported.
This controller is supported by open source firmware that I’m developing for 8-bit microcontrollers, including PIC18s and Arduino.