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Digi-Key inks global marketplace disty deal with Aceinna

Stephen Law   

Electronics Power Supply / Management Supply Chain autonomous Guidance management power Sensor vehicle

Wide range of sensor, autonomous vehicle guidance and power management solutions

Digi-Key Electronics has expanded its Marketplace product portfolio by signing a global distribution partnership with Aceinna, providing Digi-Key customers with a wide range of solutions and products in the sensor, autonomous vehicle guidance and power management spaces.

Aceinna’s OpenIMU300RI intertial measurement unit

Digi-Key will be handling distribution for the full range of Aceinna products, including RTK, INS, Tilt and IMU solutions, as well as for current sensing products used for power supply and management in data centers, server farms, electric vehicles and trucks, large industrial machines and commercial appliances.

“We’re excited to be a distribution partner with Aceinna and be able to offer their award-winning sensing technologies to our customers,” says David Stein, vice-president, global supplier management at Digi-Key. “Aceinna’s latest generation of IMUs feature a triple-redundant architecture, all wrapped in small, low-cost packaging that, when combined, meet the challenging performance, reliability and cost requirements of the robotic and autonomous market.”

Aceinna’s integrated, AMR-based isolated Current Sensor family represents a single chip solution with one of the industry’s highest bandwidths, fastest response times and highest accuracy — making it suitable for high power conversions including those using fast switching wide bandgap Silicon Carbide (SiC) and Gallium Nitride (GaN) power switches.


“By selecting Digi-Key, the leading source for electronics parts and components, as our key distributor partner, it will be much easier for developers and engineers worldwide to quickly receive access to the full breadth of Aceinna’s components and products,” adds Dr. Yang Zhao, CEO at Aceinna.


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