LTC7813 – Low IQ, 60V Synchronous Boost+Buck Controller

Features Synchronous Boost and Buck Controllers When Cascaded, Allows VIN Above, Below, or Equal to Regulated VOUT of Up to 60V Wide Bias Input Voltage Range: 4.5V to 60V Output Remains in Regulation Through Input Dips (e.g. Cold Crank) Down to 2.2V Adjustable Gate Drive Level 5V to 10V (OPTI-DRIVE) Low EMI with Low Input and Output Ripple Fast Output Transient Response No External Bootstrap Diodes Required ...

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PIC 18F4550 Motor Controller Video Project

In this video, we cover how to breadboard and write the firmware for a motor controller (controlling a servo, 2 DC motors, and a stepper) with the PIC 18F4550. A few notes on this video: -I recorded most of the video during the evening of July 4th here in the U.S., there were fireworks going off in the background during most of the video. Also, there was a thunder storm at the beginning. I hope this does no ...

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PIC RC Motor Controller (and example lego robot)

Step 1: Parts List General: RC transmitter/receiver set with at least 3 channels. As is this code only works with stacked PWM signals. I can only say for sure that it will work with traxxas receivers. With modification it could work with any PWM timing, and I am working on making it work with synchronous PWM like the newer Futaba systems use, that is the pulses all begin at the same moment. It will not work ...

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LTC7813 – Low IQ, 60V Synchronous Boost+Buck Controller

Features Synchronous Boost and Buck Controllers When Cascaded, Allows VIN Above, Below, or Equal to Regulated VOUT of Up to 60V Wide Bias Input Voltage Range: 4.5V to 60V Output Remains in Regulation Through Input Dips (e.g. Cold Crank) Down to 2.2V Adjustable Gate Drive Level 5V to 10V (OPTI-DRIVE) Low EMI with Low Input and Output Ripple Fast Output Transient Response No External Bootstrap Diodes Required ...

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LabVIEW motion controller using pic microcontroller

In Lab 6, we discussed about interfacing a seven segment LED display to a PIC microcontroller. The seven segments were driven individually through separate I/O pins of the microcontroller. If we do just like that then for 4 seven segment LED displays, 28 I/O pins will be required, which is quite a bit of resources and is not affordable by mid-range PIC microcontrollers. That’s why a multiplexing technique i ...

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DIY Digital Clock with Temperature Display using PIC Controller

One of the most enjoyable part of being an electronics person is creating your own gadgets and using them in daily life. In this article, we are building one of those with the help of SoloPCB design tools, a digital desk clock with temperature display feature. The brain of the circuit is a Microchip PIC18F252 microcontroller. It acquires precise time information from DS1307 real time clock via I2C interface ...

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automatic power factor controller using microcontroller

The 230 V, 50 Hz is step downed using voltage transformer and current transformer is used to extract the waveforms of current. The output of the voltage transformer is proportional to the voltage across the load and output of current transformer is proportional to the currentG‚throughG‚the load. These waveforms are fed to Voltage Comparators const visit page. ructedG‚usingG‚LM358G‚op-amp. Since it is a zero ...

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LT8714 – Bipolar Output Synchronous Controller with Seamless Four Quadrant Operation

Features Bipolar Output Cleanly Transitions Through 0V Output Can Source or Sink Current for Any Output Voltage CTRL Pin Externally Sets Output Voltage Wide Input Range: 4.5V to 80V Power Good Indication Pin (PG) Switching Frequency Up to 750kHz Can Be Synchronized to an External Clock High Gain EN Pin Accepts Slowly Varying Input Signals 20-Lead TSSOP Exposed Pad Package Typical Application Description The ...

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Top 5 Wireless Ways to Communicate with your Controller

One of the strongest trend we have seen this year at CES2015 is, as you can imagine easily, the IoT (Internet of Things) development. Consequently, the most important component needed is the “connection and communication” module that enables the remote interaction between the device and “the community” via internet. Here we will sum up the various possibilities you can use to connect your controller using d ...

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Misc Projects : High Power RGB LED Controller

This is an ongoing project to control a number (currently 5) of Lamina Atlas high power (350-500mA) LEDs. Current progress includes: PCB artwork (in Eagle) with connections for 5 RGB LEDs. Firmware for a Microchip PIC16f887 microcontroller to interface between the FTDI 245R USB chip and a number of Texas Instruments TLC5940 constant current LED drivers. Python ctypes interface to libftdi. A simple Python in ...

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