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@Josephs482 In the second link provided above, have a look at the videos, there is a short course series covering the basics.
Thanks for the feedback. I finally got if working. Actually, it was working fine all along, I just needed to get my head wrapped around it.
ThanisWe have got a number of articles and projects relating to XinaBox modules for you to explore: https://www.rs-online.com/designspark/search?q=XinaBoxYou may find an online simulator more useful. I've tried a couple recently and if you're just checking a simple circuit these are pretty useful. MultiSim is pretty good https://www.multisim.com though...As Boss has said - always print a PDF of your design at 100% (ie 1:1) to check for errors, component placement, sizes etc before outputting your Gerber files. Once you produce your Gerber files, put them...article
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The useless machine (UM2) was built to inspire engineers. But why should one use a webcam instead of classical sensors? And how could we transfer this idea to usefulness?0 comments1 likesarticle
A countdown of the Top 5 electronics product launches during October 2019 including products from STMicroelectronics, Microchip, MikroElectrnika and ON Semiconductor.0 comments1 likesarticle
Brainboxes BB-400 NeuronEdge Controller plus ED-538 I/O module, together with PanelPilotACE, form the heart of demonstrator units that showcase industrial products.0 comments1 likesarticle
The power demands of electronic devices have increased substantially over the last couple of years. Today’s designs operate at higher switching frequencies, require ever-more component performance support and are continually shrinking in size.0 comments0 likesarticle
Our engineers answer the question: How to measure the output voltage of a Common Mode Choke. We teach you an easy way to verify if your common mode choke is working with an oscilloscope.0 comments1 likesarticle
Part 3 of my project to create a highly visual machine to demonstrate the crossover of IT and automation for the DesignSpark team. Here I explain the central control software written and show how I used OpenCV to calculate the fluid levels.0 comments3 likesarticle
In Part 1 of this two-part post, I’ll be looking at the origins of programmable hardware which has reduced the chip-count of many PCB designs.0 comments11 likesarticle
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For more than 100 years, mechanical controls had been the dominant means of Human-Machine Interaction (HMI) across all industries. However, that recently changed. About 10 years ago, a new trend has emerged: touch controls.0 comments3 likesarticle
Bluetooth is a communication medium between the mobile APP (controller) and Arduino board (motors) In this chapter, we need to make sure that the Bluetooth module acting as a messenger can serve this well.0 comments1 likesarticle
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