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Oryx board - ultra low power reference design for mobile applications

The ORYX Board is an ultra low power reference design Sharp Microelectronics has developed in cooperation with Arrow Electronics.

Its power consumption is in the range of max. 42mW in full operation and, depending on the application, it can be scaled down to 7.2mW in operation mode and 6.8µW in deep power down standby.

This is a white paper about the board that has been recently finalised with more details about the different key components, power profile of a sample application and several application ideas.

Authors:
Arrow Electronics

Patrick Delmer
Supplier Business Manager

Sharp Microelectronics Europe
Sven Johannsen
Business Development Manager

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Patrick Delmer, Sven Johannsen

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