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||Getting started with the SimpleLink Ultra-low power Wireless MCU Platform-based CC2650DK
by TexasInstruments - 2015-03-09 16:31 - 7,061 views
Start your development on the SimpleLink Ultra-low power wireless MCU platform. The CC2650 development kit is designed to test and
evaluate the new ultra-low power platform devices. Watch the video to see how easy it is to start developing.
||Overview: TI's SimpleLink Ultra-low Power Wireless MCU Platform
by TexasInstruments - 2015-03-09 16:28 - 7,046 views
TI's SimpleLink™ ultra-low power wireless MCU platform supports multiple wireless connectivity standards using a single-chip and identical RF
design. Watch the video to learn how easy it is to use in battery-less IoT designs.
||How to blink an LED using Firmware with PSoC 5LP
by Cypress - 2015-03-09 14:32 - 9,434 views
PSoC enables you to work with firmware and hardware solutions. In this example, we will setup the hardware for PSoC enables you to work
with firmware and hardware solutions. we will setup the hardware for PSoC 5LP and use a firmware solution to toggle an LED. To setup the
hardware select a pin, configuring it as a software driven output driving the LED and writing the C Code in main() to turn on and off the LED.
||Connecting the IoT with TI's SimpleLink Ultra-low Power Platform
by TexasInstruments - 2015-03-09 14:31 - 6,997 views
Have an idea for a wirelessly connected IoT application? See how TI's SimpleLink Ultra-low Power Platform is enabling different applications in
markets such as retail, factory automation, health and fitness, medical among others. Watch the video now.
||How to Blink an LED Using a PWM Component with PSoC 5LP
by Cypress - 2015-03-09 14:31 - 8,238 views
In this video, we use a PSoC Creator component to configure a PWM to blink an LED. The PWM component provides compare outputs to
generate single or continuous timing and control signals in hardware. The PWM provides an easy method of generating complex real-time
events accurately with minimal CPU intervention.
||How to Get Started with CapSense and PSoC 5LP
by Cypress - 2015-03-09 14:30 - 9,741 views
Learn how to setup 2 buttons and a 5 element linear slider using Cypress CapSense CSD component. Turn on and off an LED and modify a
horizontal bar graph on our board. We use the example project included with PSoC Creator, which allow you to easily get started with
CapSense solutions.Capacitive Sensing or Cypress CapSense uses a Delta-Sigma Modulator (CapSense CSD) component, included in PSoC
Creator. This is a versatile and efficient way to measure capacitance in applications such as touch sense buttons, sliders, touchpad, and
||How to Get Started with an ADC, DMA and VDAC Example Projects for PSoC 5LP
by Cypress - 2015-03-06 17:32 - 33,402 views
This video shows how you can use PSoC to transfer data from one peripheral (ADC) to another (VDAC), using DMA without any CPU
intervention. This design has already configured the DMA for you, so you can adapt it to fit your needs.The example also uses the Kit’s LCD
to display information.
||How to Get Started with an Opamp Example Projects for PSoC 5LP
by Cypress - 2015-03-06 16:28 - 35,038 views
How to get a project started for a non inverting gain amplifier using PSoC’s internal Opamp. The project consists of OpAmp component with
analog input and output pins. VDAC8 is used to give voltage input to the non-inverting input pin of the OpAmp and Pin_1 is connected to the
inverting input pin of the OpAmp and is mapped to P0(3). Vout_1 pin is used to get the output voltage from OpAmp and is mapped to P0(1).
Character LCD is used to display the test name and OpAmp configuration.
||New This Week - Feb. 24th, 2015
by EEweb - 2015-03-06 16:28 - 11,513 views
This week we’ll cover TE Connectivity’s ARISO contactless connectivity platform, a Bosch Sensortec digital pressure sensor, and 1200V
IGBTs from International Rectifier.
||Tech Lab - Crouzet Chronos 2
by EEweb - 2015-03-06 16:27 - 59,175 views
We look at Crouzet Control’s Chronos 2 timers, which are available from OnlineComponents.com. The Chronos 2 family is able to address a
wide range of industries and applications due to the various functions and configurations available.
The demo unit I have is made up of three 17.5mm DIN rail modules, but there are also 22.5mm DIN rail industrial modules as well as 35mm
removable industrial modules with an 8 or 11 pin base. The timing function can be set from one-tenth of a second to one hundred hours, and
the timers are available in mono or multifunction models. There are too many functions to cover all of them effectively in a single video, but I
do want to highlight a few that are available in this demo unit.