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Blogs about Microcontrollers

Blogs about Microcontrollers

  • RASPBERRY PI, PYTHON AND FORMULA ALLCODE

    MatrixTSL

    A few weeks ago, we showed how easy it is to control our new Formula AllCode robot buggy with Python on a Windows PC. To take this further, this article will explain the steps necessary to get the robot working on a Raspberry Pi (RPi).

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    • Renesas DevCon India 2016

      Renesas_Japan

      Date: January 20-21, 2016 Venue: Shangri-la, Bengaluru ◾Get access to early insider info on the event. ◾Gain access to kit offers. ◾Be made aware of special speakers and entertainment.

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      • Using Formula AllCode with Python

        MatrixTSL

        We’re all quite excited about our new Formula AllCode robot buggy, which is now in production. We should receive stock before the end of January and can’t wait to let it loose on the world!

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        • CNC Build #1 Build a CNC to learn about Motion Control and automation.

          peteroakes

          This is the beginning of a series on building a CNC for two purposes 1. it’s cool and would be a fun addition to anyone’s LAB or Workshop 2. It will be a great platform to demonstrate and learn about several practical uses of technology that are used I’m many devices found in the Home or industry I am doing this because I think that many Engineers and Hobbyists are intimidated about making something like this because it looks too complicated or hard, it’s not and this series should help to show that. I will start by taking you through my build but without too much detail about any one thing and later re-visit each area to go into practical detail on Steppers and Servos Drive Control Power Supplies Sensing of limits and why this is important Other stuff as I think of it or viewers ask for it It should be a fun series

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