The Great Search: High Current 3.3V Buck Converters #TheGreatSearch #DigiKey @DigiKey @Adafruit
The Great Search is a new series of videos focused on searching the Digi-Key catalog to narrow down to the parts you want to buy. This week (video):
Some specialty items are tougher to search on Digikey.com – so we pair up our search with chip company search tools. In this segment we’ll show how I go lookin’ for a 3-4 Amp 3.3V buck converter for a Coral inference engine module, with the help of TI.com’s power supply assistant.
Look for yourself on digikey.com at https://www.digikey.com/short/z04z03
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