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Showing posts with label MC68HC12. Show all posts
Showing posts with label MC68HC12. Show all posts

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Elektronikladen - Mikrocontroller Starterkits

Elektronikladen ELMICRO offers a wide range of Evaluation Boards, Controller Modules and Software Development Tools. The company network was founded in 1975 in Detmold, Germany and operates a network of partners and sales representatives to support customers world-wide.

Elektronikladen - Mikrocontroller Starterkits
  • ZEBRA - ZigBee-enabled Board for Radio Applications
  • The ACPRD Project Page - Freescale HCS12 Reference Design
  • Oliver Thamm's HC12 Web - Freescale 68HC12/HCS12 Resources

XScopes Xminilab and Xprotolab

The XScopes Xminilab and Xprotolab are a combination of three electronic instruments: a mixed signal oscilloscope, an arbitrary waveform generator, and a protocol sniffer; all housed in a small breadboard friendly module. The XScopes can also be used as development boards for the AVR XMEGA microcontroller.

Mixed Signal Oscilloscope: Simultaneous sampling of 2 analog and 8 digital signals. Meter Mode: VDC, VPP and Frequency readout. Arbitrary Waveform Generator with advanced sweep options on all the wave parameters. Spectrum Analyzer with different windowing options and selectable vertical log and IQ visualization.

Monday, October 19, 2009

The Handy Board - The Cricket Robotics Controller

The Handy Board is a 6811-based microcontroller system that lets you build mobile robots for educational, hobbyist, and industrial purposes. People use the Handy Board to run robot design courses and competitions at the university and high school level, build robots for fun, and control industrial devices.

The Handy Board - The Cricket Robotics Controller
  • can control two motors and can accept two sensors, plus it has an expansion port for additional devices.
  • has a built-in infra-red port, so Crickets can communicate with each other.
  • is powered by four AA batteries.
  • is programmed using "Cricket Logo," a version of the powerful, yet easy-to-learn Logo language.

The Handy Board - The Cricket Robotics Controller

The Handy Cricket is a tiny robotics controller is much smaller than the Handy Board, weighing only a few ounces.

You can control motors and lights with the Cricket. The Cricket can receive information from sensors, like touch sensors and light sensors. Crickets can “talk” to each other, sending messages with infrared (IR) light. People have used Crickets to build little robots, animated rocking horses, automatic gift boxes, and other personal animated toys.

People have used Crickets to collect a bunch of temperature readings and look at them later. Crickets were developed at a major research university and now they are available to the public.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Mike Ellis - Electronic Projects Tutorials

Complete schematics and code for a 68HC11 based frequency counter, square wave synthesizer, sine wave synthesizer, programmable filter, capacitance and inductance meter, with a digitalker speech synthesizer output.

Mike Ellis - Electronic Projects Tutorials

Mike Ellis - Electronic Projects Tutorials
  • 68HC11 Function Generator
  • Oscilloscope Block Diagram and Schematics
  • Dual 0-15 Volt Tracking Power Supply
  • Audio Amplifier
  • On-Line Tutorials

Saturday, September 01, 2007

Karl Lunts Embedded Robots

Karl Lunts Embedded Robots

"This site contains lots of embedded control and robotics projects that I've developed over the years. Many were featured in past articles in Nuts & Volts magazine, and in my book, Build Your Own Robot! Others were projects that I've shown at various meetings of the Seattle Robotics Society (SRS). And I offer here many powerful tools that I've created for working with the Motorola 68hc11 and 68hc12 microcontrollers." - Karl Lunt

Monday, August 06, 2007

Rogers Embedded Microcontrollers

This page is intended to be a source of information for those interested in Motorola MC68HC05, MC68HC08, MC68HC11 and MC68HC12 Microcontrollers.

Rogers Embedded Microcontrollers

Six Digit LED Clock Display - The board is driven by a Maxim MAX7219 which has a serial interface; it can be controlled by a any microcomputer with a SPI or three output lines. The board is 2.75 inches by 6.5 inches in size; mounting four .8 inch LED displays and two .56 inch displays as well as six individual LEDs, a 7805, the MAX7219, and a five pin header.

Sleeping Beauty - Arduino Compatible ATmega1284p board

Sleeping Beauty - Arduino Compatible ATmega1284p board

The Sleeping Beauty is an Arduino Compatible board using an ATmega1284p.  The board was designed by Wayne Chu.  The size and function are the same as an Arduino UNO r3.

It has all the necessary components of an Arduino compatible UNO board but adds several devices useful for software development and education. These are briefly described below: