L6364Q Dual-Channel Transceiver IC for SIO and IO-Link sensor applications
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L6364Q Dual-Channel Transceiver IC for SIO and IO-Link sensor applications

ST Microelectronics is bringing a bridge between a microcontroller capable of sensing/actuation and a 24 V power supply in industrial sensor applications with the L6364Q, a dual-channel transceiver IC, which brings dual communication channels, allowing for a configurable output with...

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Turn Your Raspberry Pi Into a Standalone AVR/ESP Programmer with LEMPA
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Turn Your Raspberry Pi Into a Standalone AVR/ESP Programmer with LEMPA

One of the challenges of developing and producing microcontroller-based hardware projects in a repeatable, small/medium volume, is the amount of work it takes to flash the MCUs with the required firmware. Another side of the problem for designers who work with diverse types of...

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Free Elektor Article: Infrared Remote Controlled Dimmer
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Free Elektor Article: Infrared Remote Controlled Dimmer

This IR remote controlled dimmer works with a triac and in its standard configuration is suitable for light electric heaters and incandescent lamps up to about 1000 watts. The PIC microcontroller used in the project can learn control codes from almost any remote control. Here’s power...

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MAX32670 – High Reliability, Ultra-Low Power Microcontroller Powered by Arm Cortex M4 Processor
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MAX32670 – High Reliability, Ultra-Low Power Microcontroller Powered by Arm Cortex M4 Processor

In the Darwin family, the MAX32670 is an ultra-low power, cost-effective, high reliability 32-bit microcontroller enabling designs with complex sensor processing without compromising battery life. It combines a flexible and versatile power management unit with the powerful Arm®...

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Reboot-o-matic is an  Automatic power-cycling microcontroller and a DC power interrupting watchdog
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Reboot-o-matic is an Automatic power-cycling microcontroller and a DC power interrupting watchdog

Nick Sayer has posted on Hackaday his recent project, the Reboot-o-matic, which is a Automatic power-cycling microcontroller. The inspiration for the project came when he saw the need to monitor remotely some home automation devices in their vacation home over the internet remotely,...

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Arduino Portenta H7 Features STM32H747 and High Performance Dual CORE
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Arduino Portenta H7 Features STM32H747 and High Performance Dual CORE

Arduino boards have been offering “beginner aimed” microcontrollers for a while now. It appeals to hobbyists, engineers, upcoming developers etc. Millions of users and thousands of companies across the world already use Arduino as an innovation platform. In recent times, however, we...

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Pandauino Narrow Boards Features ATmega644/1284-based boards
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Pandauino Narrow Boards Features ATmega644/1284-based boards

  644 Narrow and 1284 Narrow are small, simple, ATmega644/1824-based boards, which are designed to improve small footprint Arduino projects. The Narrow board enables two to eight times more flash and RAM resources and ten more digital I/O as compared to an Uno/Nano, plus total...

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Cost-effective air quality sensor functions with Raspberry Pi
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Cost-effective air quality sensor functions with Raspberry Pi

Metriful has announced a $39 “Sense” indoor air quality sensor module that functions with the Raspberry Pi and other I2C-enabled systems. The Covid-19 pandemic has led to most of the earth’s population being indoor, and for some especially less privileged they are stuck in crowded...

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