NLM0011/NLM0010- LED DRIVER IC WITH EFFECTIVE NFC-PWM PROGRAMMING

Infineon Technologies developed the NFC-PWM series (NLM0011 & NLM0010) for fast and cost effective implementation of NFC programming for LED drivers. The NFC programming can replace the labor intensive “plug-in resistor” current setting method with the contact less NFC interface. It improves the operational efficiency and flexibility in value chain by implementing automatic programming in ...

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How to Glow an LED using PWM with PIC Microcontroller- (Part 20/25)

Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) is a technique in which the width of a pulse is modulated keeping the time period of the wave constant. One cycle has a fixed time period called ‘Period’ and a varying on time called ‘Duty cycle’. The entire wave can have two voltages levels either logic 0 or logic 1. The PWM wave is very useful in the digital systems, since this can be used to generate different voltage values ...

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Push Button as Input and Led as Output with Pic Microcontroller

This is a simple tutorial/project on how to interface a transistor (2n2222), led and push button with Pic microcontroller. In the project i am going to switch on and off(blink) an led with the help of a push button. Since transistors are used at outputs we can drive heavy loads with the same circuit. Pic16f877 microcontroller is used in the project. Port-B of Pic16f877 is used as output port. Port-B of pic1 ...

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PicKit2 Clone Designed and Manufactured at Home

PicKit2 is a programmer designed by Microchip to program its pic microcontrollers. PicKit2 supports many 8-bit pic microcontroller series. PicKit2 supports almost all Pic-10/12/16/18/24 and dspic-30/33 flash series microcontroller’s. Pickit 2 is an ICSP (In-circuit serial programmer) programmer. In icsp interface, microcontroller can be programmed while its working in the circuit. An icsp programmer uses 5 ...

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Toggle/Blink led on specific delay with pic microcontroller using timers: MPLABX and xc8 compiler

This is advance tutorial on blink/toggle led with pic microcontroller using pic microcontroller timers. I am going to teach you how to toggle led on specific delay time generated using timers of pic micrococntroller. This tutorial is not limited to only toggling led, it can be utilized at many other places. Like generating an event after specific delay, triggering a signal after specific time, reading data ...

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MAKERDIARY RELEASES PITAYA GO IOT DEVELOPMENT BOARD BASED ON NORDIC’S NRF52840 SOC

Makerdiary one of the most innovative startups in the IoT devices space which are known for a series of development boards like the nRF53832-MDK V2 IoT module, and the nRF52840 MDK USB dongle, among others, recently launched a new addition to their impressive line of Nordic’s nRF528xx-series of SoCs based IoT devices, called; Pitaya Go IoT Development Board. The Pitaya Go combines the Nordic’s nRF52840 SoC  ...

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AXIOMTEK’S IPS962-512-POE FEATURE-RICH, HIGHLY EXPANDABLE MACHINE VISION SYSTEM WITH REAL-TIME VISION I/O AND POE LANS

Axiomtek – a world-renowned leader relentlessly devoted in the research, development and manufacture of series of innovative and reliable industrial computer products of high efficiency – is pleased to unveil the IPS962-512-PoE, its latest feature-rich, highly expandable vision system. The IPC962-512-PoE meets the increasing requirements for maximum quality and flexibility in modern production plants. It fe ...

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LED ENGIN LUXIGEN™ LZ7 SIX-DIE LED DELIVERS SIX COLORS

LED Engin LuxiGen™ LZ7 Six-Die LED delivers six colors from a single 7mm2 package. Designed for stage, studio, and special effect lighting, the LuxiGen LZ7 adds PC Phosphor Converted (PC) Amber, Cyan, and PC Lime to the traditional Red, Blue, Green (RGB) LED color set, enabling richer and wider color combinations for more sophisticated color mixing. The compact 3.4mm x 3.4mm Light Emitting Surface (LES) and ...

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How to Create an Arduino Shield

An Arduino shield is a modular circuit board that will expand the functionality of your Arduino. You simply need to plug it over the top of your Arduino board. Arduino shields are often stackable.  You can connect several Arduino shields together to form a “Big Mac” of Arduino modules. Also, there are different Arduino shields for different functions. For this article, our purpose is to show you how to ...

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SNAPEDA RELEASES NEW OPTOELECTRONIC PRODUCTS IN COLLABORATION WITH OSRAM

New collaboration with Osram Opto Semiconductors helps PCB designers and electronic engineers design faster with free symbols and footprints SnapEDA, the Internet’s first and leading electronics design library, recently announced its collaboration with Osram Opto Semiconductors, a leading lighting and technology company, which allows engineers worldwide to quickly and effortlessly integrate Osram’s componen ...

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