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Visit Microchip at Sensors Expo and Conference 2019

Sensors Expo and Conference 2019, being held from June 25-27, 2019, at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA, is the industry’s largest event dedicated to sensors, connectivity and systems. Exciting solutions will be on display in the Microchip booth to help elevate your designs. Visit us in Booth #816 to discover our latest products and technologies.

Register for Sensors Expo and use code 216L to to save $100 on a Conference Pass or to get a free Expo Hall Pass.

Explore Our Demos

Whether you’re looking for a preview of what we’re showing at Sensors Expo 2019 or following up after the show for additional information and next steps, here is the list of our demos with links to more product information to help you get started with your design.



Open-Source Weather Station

The Open-Source Weather Station, which features several Arduino® boards along with sensor platforms from Adafruit, Mikroe and Argent Data Systems, demonstrates a complete weather station solution with the ability to swap between Wi-Fi®, Bluetooth® and LoRa® technology. The main sensor board uses an Arduino Pro Mini powered by an ATmega328P AVR® microcontroller (MCU), which processes all the data collected from the sensors. Connectivity to the cloud is handled by an Arduino UNO WiFi Rev 2, which is based on the ATmega4809 AVR MCU. A simple serial packet protocol allows the Wi-Fi component to be quickly swapped out for an Arduino MKR1300 with LoRa connectivity.

PIC® and AVR Microcontroller Solutions for the Google Cloud

Designing secure, cloud-connected systems does not have to be an overwhelming process. Our AVR-IoT and PIC-IoT development boards provide perfect starting points for you to create almost any Internet of Things (IoT) device, ranging from wireless sensor nodes to intelligent lighting systems.

Noise Countermeasures for AVR Microcontrollers

This demo teaches you how to use the powerful noise suppression features of the Analog-to-Digital Converters that are available on the megaAVR® 0-series of MCUs. It uses our Data Visualizer to illustrate how the ADC’s hardware sample accumulator filters out zero-mean random noise and surpassing harmonic noise through tuned sampling delays or automatic sampling delay variation.

EEMI Filtered Op Amps Environment

With the global expansion of wireless capabilities, the presence of Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) poses a greater challenge to circuit designers. EMI results in signal degradation by increasing DC errors and current consumption, along with introducing unwanted tones at the output. Our EMI operational amplifiers have integrated EMI protection to eliminate the need to use additional external components that increase your system cost, design complexity and footprint. Find out how these EMI operational amplifiers can increase performance, reduce cost and extend battery run time.

Move the Future

Rotate, slide and interact with simple examples of linear and rotary inductive position sensors and see how their position is read by a host processor. The new LX3301A and LX3302A inductive position sensor ICs provide high-performance solutions for high-reliability and safety-critical automotive position sensor applications. Our unique magnetic field sensors provide accurate position measurements, are immune to stray magnetic fields and don’t require a magnetic target.

MEMS High Stability Over Extreme Temperatures

Our MEMS oscillators incorporate on-board temperature compensation, allowing for very accurate frequencies over temperature ranges of up to -40 to +125°C. With this accuracy over high temperature, our MEMS products are a perfect fit for industrial and automotive applications.

LoRa Technology IoT City

Low power meets long range with LoRa technology. Learn how to develop for the IoT world including energy management, street lighting, smart home, smart building and tracking using the industry’s lowest-power SAM R34/35 LoRa devices. Find out how to securely communicate with the real cloud infrastructure from The Things Network using the ATECC608A secure element.

Automatic Cloud Enrollment Demo

See how the factory pre-provisioned identity stored in a SAM L11 MCU can be used to authenticate multiple cloud ecosystems. This cloud-agnostic identity gives an IoT device the flexibility to connect to the cloud provider of your choice. This means that you do not have to re-architect or re-progam a board for each cloud provider, which saves you both time and cost.