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Digi-key Electronics, one of the most renowned electronic components distributor, along with BQR Reliability Engineering Ltd. recently presented a collaboration to give our a powerful yet simple MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) calculator that would assist Digi-Key’s customers all across the globe.

 

 

The leading supplier of highly developed semiconductor solutions recently spoke of its plans to shortly introduce security solution based on Renesas RZ/C Linux Platform. It will play a key role in shrinking the time range needed for users to gain certification under the new international standard named as IEC 62443-4-2. Certification for this new standard ensures that the security technology released under this tag will keep the industrial control system safe from cyberattacks.

Digi-Key Electronics recently released a completely new secondary KiCad library named as Digi-Key Partner Library on GitHub. This new library will be an add-on to the already functions Digi-Key KiCad library that was introduced last  year. The earlier version of this library was created and curated by Digi-Key’s Applications Engineering team. It was developed to help manufacturers submit their own footprints and symbols that can be compiled into Digi-Key format. 


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Digi-Key Brings Forth The Most Efficient and Simplified BOM MTBF Prediction Service
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Digi-Key Introduces Supplier-Driven KiCas Library
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