Very essential Microchip PIC32MX795F512H development board with three user
LEDs and two buttons that supports USB bootloader and ICSP programming.
Posted in Development board, DIY, Microchip, PIC32MX, Programming, Project, Senza categoria, Theory, Tutorial |
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This time we see a
Playstation controller hack to use it wirelessly in our projects. In this article we use an Arduino MINI board wired with the Playstation’s controller circuit, an nRF24L01+ module and a small LiPo cell with an USB charger circuit based on Microchip’s MCP73831 ic.
Posted in Arduino, Controller, DIY, Hack, LiPo, MCP73831, Microchip, nRF24L01, Playstation, Programming, Project, Reuse, Theory, Tutorial |
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“It’s hard to be a bright light in a dim world.” – Gary Starta
A common 5mm LED isn’t the best in every situation, often a bit more power is required. That’s why I’ve connected a 3W power RGB LED to an STM32F0-Discovery board.
Posted in Microchip, Project, Raspberry Pi, STM32, STM32-Discovery, STM32F0, Tutorial |
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With some free time (and an unused GPS module) I decided to realize a GPS and temperature logger. It can be used for example to check if a good was moved through the right path and within a given temperature range.
Posted in EEPROM 25AA1024, GPS, GTPA010, LM92, MAX1811, Maxim, Microchip, PIC, Project, Texas Instruments, Tutorial |
Tagged 25AA1024, DIY, eeprom, electronics, embedded, gps, gtpa010, LiPo, LM92, logger, max1811, microchip, project, technology, tutorial |