The OPTIGAā„¢ TPM SLB 9672 PC evaluation board is an ideal way for developers to familiarize themselves with a ready to use trusted platform module (TPM).
A plug-and-play system, the OPTIGA TPM SLB 9672 Kit connects to the SPI interface on a PC motherboard. Users can easily test and validate the integration of the SLB 9672 into platforms running on various Windows and Linux operating systems.Ā 

Host software and application guides can be downloaded from Github.Ā 

Key features include:Ā 

  • 3.3 V or 1.8 V power supply
  • 20-pin SPI connector with 50 mil/1.27 mm pin spacingĀ 
  • Reset input from motherboard 

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The development kit for the NGC1081 tag-side controller demonstrates the functions of energy harvesting, an NFC interface, a sensing unit, and motor control. The product is based on a 32-bit ArmĀ® CortexĀ®-M0 processor core operating at a frequency of 28 MHz.


The CY8CKIT-040T evaluation kit demonstrates the key capabilities of the PSoCā„¢ 4000T series of microcontrollers. These newly introduced MCUs feature the fifth generation of Infineonā€™s CAPSENSEā„¢ technology, which offers:Ā 

  • Superior touch-sensing performance, with best-in-class sensitivity and signal-to-noise ratio, and high immunity to harsh environmental conditions such as temperature and moisture
  • Ultra low-power consumption for always-on sensing
  • Superior liquid tolerance – the CY8CKIT-040T kit can be dipped into liquids such as soapy water, seawater or mineral water up to the immersible line, or sprayed with liquid droplets without reporting any false touches

The REF_CCG7DC_120W_2C was developed for a 2-port USB-C PD adapter. It can be used to support optocoupler-based or digital-based flyback converters.

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