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Company Overview of Mouser Electronics, Inc.
The Crown Group, Inc. provides coatings for electrocoat, powder coat, and liquid applications for the automotive marketplace in North America. It also provides assembly, warehousing, and sequencing services; and component finishing operations, inventory management, sub-assembly, direct shipping, engineering support, lab testing, and work cell development services. The Crown Group, Inc. was formerly known as Crown Enameling, Inc. The company was founded in 1965 and is headquartered in Warren, Michigan with locations in Livonia, Port Huron, Detroit, and Shelby Township, Michigan; Portland, Tennessee; and Fort Wayne, Indiana. It also has a plant in Greenville, South Carolina.
1000 North Main Street
Mansfield, TX 76063-1514
Founded in 1964
Key Executives for Mouser Electronics, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Vice President of Finance
Senior Vice President of Interconnect & Electromechanical Products
Vice President of Americas Sales and Service
Senior Vice President of Products, Actives & Passives
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Mouser Electronics, Inc. Key Developments
CUI Inc Enters into Global Distribution Agreement and Partnership with Mouser Electronics, Inc
Mar 9 15
CUI Inc. has entered into a global distribution agreement and partnership with Mouser Electronics, Inc. The CUI product line, now available from Mouser Electronics, is comprised of two major product groups: Power and Components. Offering highly efficient power supply solutions from the wall to the point of load, CUI's power products include their Novum Advanced Power line, AC/DC power supplies, and DC/DC converters. The Novum Advanced Power segment is comprised of intermediate bus and digital point of load converters, while their AC/DC line includes external, internal, DIN-rail and LED driver solutions ranging from 1 W to 800 W. Their general purpose DC/DC converter line includes isolated, non-isolated, LED and IGBT drivers ranging from 1 W to 600 W. To complement their power product line, CUI will also offer through Mouser Electronics a portfolio of board-level components consisting of buzzers, connectors, encoders, microphones, speakers and thermal management solutions.
Mouser Electronics Signs Global Agreement with Microsemi Corporation
Feb 25 15
Mouser Electronics, Inc. announced it has entered into a global distribution agreement and partnership with Microsemi Corporation. Microsemi's comprehensive portfolio features many of the company's solutions including the SmartFusion®2 and IGLOO2 product families, timing and synchronization products, and Power?over?Ethernet products targeting a broad range of applications in defense, security, communications, aerospace and industrial markets. The Microsemi product line, now available from Mouser Electronics, features the company's industry-acclaimed SmartFusion2 System-on-Chip (SoC) FPGAs and IGLOO2 FPGA devices. The SmartFusion2 devices integrate a non?volatile flash based FPGA with a full?feature microcontroller subsystem, enhanced FPGA fabric and high-speed serial and memory interfaces. The IGLOO2 FPGAs integrate a fourth generation flash-based FPGA fabric with high-performance communications interfaces on a single chip, specifically targeted at the cost-optimized FPGA market with up to 150K logic elements. In addition to the SmartFusion2 and IGLOO2 FPGA devices, Mouser will also stock a variety of the company's switching ICs and timing and synchronization ICs to round off Microsemi's comprehensive portfolio of semiconductor and system solutions now available to Mouser customers. This new distribution agreement provides Mouser Electronics' customers with a greater selection of FPGA and semiconductor solutions to choose from, and also gains them access to Microsemi's extensive worldwide design and support infrastructure.
Mouser Electronics, Inc. Stocks Analog Devices ADuCRF101 Wireless Data Acquisition System
Feb 25 15
Mouser Electronics, Inc. is now stocking the ADuCRF101 Precision Analog Microcontroller with RF Transceiver from Analog Devices. The ADuCRF101 is a fully integrated data acquisition system on a chip designed for low power wireless applications. It features a 6 channel 12 bit analog to digital converter (ADC) built around a 16MHz ARM Cortex M3 core, as well as a complete wireless RF transceiver. On chip memory includes 128KBytes of Flash part of which can be partitioned to be used like EEPROM, and 16KBytes of SRAM, all in a package just 9mm x 9mm. This new microcontroller targets Internet of Things as well as smart meters, home automation, process and building control, wireless mesh networks, and the latest IEEE 802.15 Smart Utility Networks (SUN) applications. The Analog Devices ADuCRF101 Precision Analog Microcontroller with RF Transceiver, available from Mouser Electronics, contains everything needed to implement a wireless data acquisition system, including analog and digital sensor inputs and an RF transceiver. The data acquisition section consists of a high resolution 12?bit ADC with a programmable data rate of up to 167kSPS. The ADC has six channels which can be configured in either single ended or differential modes. In single-ended mode, the ADC can be used with sensors that have ratiometric outputs, such as transducers. Serial inputs include a UART, I2C, and SPI which can be used to interface to external sensors. The on-chip RF transceiver operates over two frequency bands, 862MHz to 928MHz and 431MHz to 464MHz, covering the worldwide license-free ISM bands at 433 MHz, 868 MHz, and 915 MHz. It is suitable for applications that operate under the European ETSI EN300-220, the North American FCC (Part 15), and the Chinese short-range wireless regulatory standards. The RF transceiver section supports ZigBee as well as custom wireless protocols. This high degree of integration significantly lowers Bill?of?Materials (BOM) costs. This wireless data acquisition system is designed for battery-powered applications where low power is absolutely critical. The ADuCRF101 can be configured to operate under different low power modes under direct program control. A Flexi mode is available, which allows any peripheral to wake up the device. Hibernate mode allows only the internal wake-up timer to remain active. Shutdown mode is the lowest power mode and only an external interrupt can wake up the microcontroller.
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