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PCB a Week 2: DigiPot

Monday, December 24th, 2012

Matseng continues his challenge of designing one PCB a week. The latest PCB is DigiPot, a digital potentiometer with a rotatory encoder for control, and a 4 digit 7-segment used to display the current value. The basic idea is a digital potentiometer with a 7-segment display that shows the current...

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  • KH: That's a good one, ha ha. Let's see whether ST Microelectronics takes action. I can understand how this can be done legally, ARM is not...
  • Ja: Where these GD chips can be found? Everywhere I look I have found only STM chips.
  • Max: Well, there's your problem. Or rather, the problem with Arduino in general: a) not using interrupts for anything that can't wait, and b) using delay()...
  • KH: yield() instead of proper interrupt-driven code? Ewwwwwww... somebody please teach these Arduino folks proper AVR microcontroller programming!
  • Henry: Hope I win one thanks