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Multicolor signal light with beeper

Tuesday, January 30th, 2018

Multicolor signal light with beeper for ROS by Gal Pavlin When debugging algorithms in an autonomous vehicle a light that can show algorithm state in real time was proven to be effective for easier debugging and additional insight to what is going on in the code. Because all existing signal...

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Pressure, temperature and humidity sensor based on MS5637 HDC1080

Thursday, June 16th, 2016

Mare writes: This is another small module to measure air pressure, temperature and humidity. Two sensors are on-board: MS5637 and HDC1080. Microcontroller is small cortex M0 in TSSOP-20 housing from STM: STM32F070CxP. The SN65HVD72DGKR provides RS485 interface functionality with half duplex mode. Voltage regulator, reverse polarity protection and some LED...

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Therm RTD

Friday, April 1st, 2016

Matthew Reed writes: Therm RTD is an addition to the Therm PID Controller family, with support for RTD temperature sensors. RTDs (or Resistance Temperature Detectors) use a coil of fine wire made from a material (usually platinum, copper or nickel) that has a very predictable temperature coefficient of resistance (or change...

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Programmable CW Morse Keyer / beacon

Wednesday, February 17th, 2016

Marko Pavlin has designed a Mini USB dongle with STM32F0xx , he writes: Mini USB dongle with STM32F0xx is suitable many for simple, mini projects. I attached speaker to Timer14 PWM output (Pin PA6) and LED (or optocoupler connected to PTT) to GPIO pin PA0 The provided software is based on USB...

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