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USB Power Monitor

Thursday, January 17th, 2013

The December 2012 issue of the Australian electronics magazine Silicon Chip features the USB Power Monitor. It uses a PIC18F45K80 to monitor the power consumption of a USB device. The board acts as a bridge between the host and the device with a USB A male on one side, and...

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  • KH: Whoa, some of the code this engineer writes... Just look at part one of the above blog post, see how he coded the 7-segment encodings...
  • Alan: You posted this right next to a bot that draws pictures... It seems logical to ask if there's a version that can draw.
  • mrx23dot: Hi, I'm selling the 2017 version http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/322425850293
  • Max: As a learning experience, sure. Once that's done, though....well...
  • samuel: have a nice week everyone