Programmable Sensor Hub Consumes Very Little Power

Programmable Sensor Hub Consumes Very Little Power

Claiming an industry benchmark for lowest power consumption, the ArcticLink 3 S2 LP programmable sensor hub consumes 75 µW (68uA @ 1.1V) when active. The hub reduces the power requirements on the host system by almost 50% as compared to the standard S2, and consumes significantly less power than comparable MCU-based sensor hubs. Additionally, it supports QuickLogic’s library of SenseMe sensor algorithms as well as OEM-developed and third-party algorithms. For more information, visit http://www.quicklogic.com/platforms/sensor-hub/al3s2

QuickLogic Corp.
Sunnyvale, CA
408-990-4000
http://www.quicklogic.com
 

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