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TxBeech

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TxBeech

Industrial Automation

5 years ago

Simple Motor Control

Thought I would share with you my very simple motor control design. It can control the speed of a small toy 12V DC motor or it can be used to simply turn on and off the motor.

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TxBeech

Microcontrollers

5 years ago

LCD with a 32 bit MCU for low power applications

Having a screen as an interactive feedback system in your design can add greatly to the user experience. However, this can be tricky in low power applications as screens and displays consume power.

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TxBeech

Microcontrollers

5 years ago

SPI Communication and Common Issues

I was working on an application on some EFM8 MCUs and was having some Serial to Peripheral Interface (SPI) issues. After some debugging and bringing out the logic analyzer I learned that my clock speeds were not within spec for that specific MCU.

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TxBeech

Microcontrollers

5 years ago

Migrating to ARM Cortex M3

As if fans of rival sports teams, some developers shout PIC and others ARM Cortex M3/4. Most of these developers are more comfortable being on one side or the other.

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TxBeech

Microcontrollers

5 years ago

Ever wonder how internal MCU temperature sensors work?

If you have ever wondered how internal MCU temperature sensors work, then get out your notebook because it’s time to go back to school and learn the circuitry and physics of an internal temperature sensor, and yes, before you ask, this will be on the test.

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TxBeech

Microcontrollers

5 years ago

What is "bricking" and how to prevent and overcome it!

What is bricking? Many of us have been there, developing on a new MCU and all of a sudden it become unresponsive.

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TxBeech

Microcontrollers

5 years ago

More Functionality With Real Time Pin Reconfiguration

It is common to have resource conflicts when designing with Microcontrollers. It could be memory, I/O ports or any other constrained resources which often leads to having to choose a more expensive device with a larger package.

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TxBeech

Microcontrollers

5 years ago

What a Profiler can do for your design

Most MCUs offer different power modes that have different functionality. By utilising these energy modes whenever possible you can make your application as low power as possible.

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TxBeech

Microcontrollers

5 years ago

Rapid Sensor Evaluation in 10 Minutes

Getting a sensor and an MCU to communicate can be a challenge especially if you are new to that particular MCU.

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