Posts Tagged ‘industrial’

App note: Design considerations for a harsh industrial environment

Saturday, March 9th, 2019

This article discusses factors that influence the robustness of a circuit in a harsh environment, like you would find for industrial applications. The topics covered include ways to handle voltage transients and to protect against electrostatic discharge (ESD) and faults. Link here Semiconductor (IC) robustness—what is the operating temperature range? How...

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Extended temperature Bus Pirate

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

The next batch of Bus Pirate v3b is almost ready. It will ship with bootloader v4.4 and firmware v5.3. It will also be the only known batch of Bus Pirates to use an extended temperature range PIC 24FJ64GA002-E/SS. There weren't any standard industrial temperature range chips available, so Seeed sourced...

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