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Friday, August 31, 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

Friday, August 10, 2007

Projects and Designs of Wolfgang Wieser

Projects and Designs of Wolfgang Wieser

Projects and Designs of Wolfgang Wieser

Digital circuits, programmable logic devices and microcontrollers, Boards which connect to a PC via the USB port (USB8bit, USB-FX2) which supersede my very old parallel port card (Latch16bit).

4 Channel Servo Controller - This is a small and leight-weight controller for up to 4 RC peripherals (such as servos) with a digital I2C interface.

USB-AtmelPrg: Wolfgang's Universal Interface Cable

USB-FX2 Interface Board (USB-2.0) - A small microcontroller-steered 16bit parallel IO interface board connecting external devices to a computer applying USB-2.0 (high-speed).

ELektronik Kompendium

Two new circuits with AVR: Universal timer and frequency clock, in addition new software for the ATTiny11-Programmer, in order to be able to program also Tiny12 and Tiny15.

ELektronik Kompendium

Two new circuits with AVR: the fluorescence indicator control with HD44780-Emulation and the simple radio clock with various indicator options. In addition a Perl Script for the RS232-zu-LCD-Konverter for the use with XMMS.

Second update: Transmitter circuit for the RS232-Interface without Microcontroller with 8 entrances, in addition the texts somewhat revises and restructures.

16-bit to seven-segment

16-bit to seven-segment 
 
"This circuit is used to represent a binary word (up to) 16-bit to seven-segment displays. Changes the binary word, the display is updated immediately. If fewer than 16 bits are displayed, the unused inputs can be connected to ground easily. A switch between six different display modes can be switched"

Thursday, August 02, 2007

UST Research - Electronic Solutions

UST Research - Electronic Solutions

Incorporated in 1993, is a company positioned to design, develop and create electronic solutions.

Areas

  • Instruments for Measurement and Control.
  • Portable Indicators and Displays.
  • Calibrators for Pressure, Voltage, Current, Temperature.
  • Interfaces for Thermocouples, pH, ORP, Rtd, Ntc.
  • Current Loops (4-20mA).
  • Data Communication via wire, fiber and Infra-Red.