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NXP’s Ultra-Low-Power A1006 Device Now at Mouser

Embedded security solution from NXP at Mouser Electronics offers best-in-class, tamper-resistant authentication through an asymmetric public/private authentication protocol

NXP and Mouser ElectronicsMouser Electronics announces stocking of the new A1006 Secure Authenticator IC from NXP Semiconductors. This embedded security solution from NXP offers best-in-class, tamper-resistant authentication through an asymmetric public/private authentication protocol to help manufacturers prove the authenticity of genuine products and prevent damage from counterfeits. The A1006 device now at NXP is the industry’s smallest, lowest-power secure authenticator, with an active power consumption of just 500 μA in packages as small as 1 mm × 1 mm.

Exclusive at Mouser Electronics, the NXP A1006 Secure Authenticator provides:  

  • Outstanding level of security, while overcoming the challenges of performance, power consumption and solution footprint.
  • The device’s digitally signed certificates employ 224-bit ECDSA and SHA-224 digest hash, and authentication is performed in under 50 milliseconds.
  • The A1006 authenticator provides a strong and effective option for device manufacturers, offering simple system integration and a flexible architecture communication, with the choice of single-wire or I2C interface.
  • Built in NXP’s secure manufacturing facilities, this robust authentication IC delivers protection against a wide range of invasive and non-invasive attacks; the device’s industry-leading security features include TRNG, security sensors, and active shielding.

Applications:

The A1006 Secure Authenticator IC is a sturdy security platform ideal for a broad range of hardware and software, including smartphones, chargers, printer cartridges, medical devices, electric vehicle chargers, and embedded systems that require a strong security infrastructure.

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