OLED-DISPLAY WITH USB AND TOUCH

For the first time, ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY presents the EA PLUGL128, a touch-sensitive OLED display that can be addressed directly via USB. It offers a resolution of 128 × 64 pixels with a 2.9″ screen diagonal. Since OLED technology enables each pixel to act as an independent light source, there is no angle-dependent contrast attenuation as is the case with LCD displays. The contrast of at least 2,000:1 remain ...

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PIC16F84A + DHT11 Proteus simulation

Interfacing PIC16F84A microcontroller with DHT11(RHT01) sensor This topic shows how to interface DHT11 (RHT01) digital relative humidity and temperature sensor with PIC16F84A microcontroller, and how to simulate this interfacing using Proteus. Note that for the simulation Proteus version should be 8.1 or higher. With these versions there is no need to install Proteus DHT11 library, it is included with the s ...

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PIC16F84A + DHT22(AM2302, RHT03) sensor Proteus simulation

DHT22 Proteus simulation This topic shows how to interface DHT22 (AM2302, RHT03) digital relative humidity and temperature sensor with PIC16F84A microcontroller, and how to simulate this interfacing using Proteus. Note that for the simulation Proteus version should be 8.1 or higher. With these versions there is no need to install Proteus DHT22 library, it is included with the software, so don't waste your t ...

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Increasing Outputs from a Clock Source

In digital electronics, fan-out is defined as the number of gate inputs that the output of a single logic gate can feed. It is very important in digital systems for a single logic gate to drive other gates or devices. In this case, a buffer can be used between the logic gate and the devices it will drive. Clock buffer is also called as fan-out buffer. The IDT clock buffer clock divider and clock multiplexer ...

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A discussion on the drive-current for the outputs of a PIC12C508A microcontroller

Each of the output lines of a '508A microcontroller can deliver a maximum of 25mA. What does this mean? It means any device connected to the line must take 25mA or less. If it takes more than 25mA a buffer transistor (also called an amplifying transistor) must be used and this will be discussed in a moment. However, if it operates on less than 5v, and requires less than 25mA, a current-limiting resistor mus ...

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Increasing Outputs from a Clock Source

In digital electronics, fan-out is defined as the number of gate inputs that the output of a single logic gate can feed. It is very important in digital systems for a single logic gate to drive other gates or devices. In this case, a buffer can be used between the logic gate and the devices it will drive. Clock buffer is also called as fan-out buffer. The IDT clock buffer clock divider and clock multiplexer ...

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A discussion on the drive-current for the outputs of a PIC12C508A microcontroller

Each of the output lines of a '508A microcontroller can deliver a maximum of 25mA. What does this mean? It means any device connected to the line must take 25mA or less. If it takes more than 25mA a buffer transistor (also called an amplifying transistor) must be used and this will be discussed in a moment. However, if it operates on less than 5v, and requires less than 25mA, a current-limiting resistor mus ...

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8T49N004 Programmable Femtoclock® NG with 4-outputs

This design features a fourth generation programmable femtoclock that provides reference frequencies to replace crystals and SAW oscillators in high-performance applications. It is programmable through I2C interface. It has four selectable LVPECL or LVDS via I2C while its FemtoClock NG VCO ranges between 1.9GHz to 2.55GHz. It also meets the standard interface requirements of PCI Express (2.5Gb/s), Gen 2 (5G ...

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