[hemmerling] Electric Units & Electronics 2/3 - Actors, Sensors, Embedded Systems Electronics and suitable Control Systems

Actors & Output Devices

FTDI Eve

The Graphics Chip

The USB to SPI Cable - The "PC Starterkit"

Boards with FTDI Eve

Glyn
  • Glyn “EVBMB9B520EVEVE” board.
    • With Spansion MB9BF524K, ARM M3 core 256K bytes Flash, 32KByte Working Flash, 32KBytes RAM.
    • With interface to Glyn “EVBEVEFT800”.
  • Glyn “EVBEVEFT800” board.
    • With graphics chip FTDI FT800.
    • With interface to resistive touch controllers.
  • Resistive touch display by Emerging Display Technologies ( EDT ), WQVGA ( 480 x 272 ).
  • The graphics chip, board and display are designed to be used in “landscape” mode only ( not in “portrait” mode ). There are just ASCII characters ( 0..127 ) for “landscape” mode available.
  • Access to pixels:
    • With traditional graphics controllers, there are 5 - 6 layers, and you may set every pixel of every layer.
    • With FT800, you can´t easily set a single pixel.
  • The graphics demo videos look as if the vidoes are not recorded by an external cam, but by transfering images back to a host... True?!
  • Example code:
    • The FT800 software examples by FTDI are mostly in C++ ( and not just C ), sometimes just working with Microsoft Visual Studio C/C++ compiler.. true?!
    • The FT800 software examples by Glyn are in “C” and kept as simple s possible.
  • Tool support:
    • iSystems WinIDEA already support “Spansion MB9BF524K” and will make the Glyn “EVBMB9B520EVEVE” board selectable as target option.
    • The newest version of Spansion's “USB wizzard” application already supports the ARM board, so that the wizzard may create a working USB driver.
  • Installation tips:
    • Please install Seggert JLink without “virtual COM port”.
    • The CPU is “MB9BF524K”.
    • You may flash the ARM board directly by USB, without having attachted the TFT display nor the FT800 controller board.
      • “Project settings / Customize”:
        • Path: “$(CMPDIR)bin\arm-none-eabi-objcopy.exe”.
        • Commandline: ”–output-target=srec $(IRFDIR)\Debug\template.elf $(IRFDIR)\Debug\template.srec”.
      • The hex file is in the “Debug” directory, e.g. “template.srec”.
      • You have to set the red jumpber on JP4 on the ARM board.
      • Connect the ARM board with the USB cable.
      • The ARM board goes into USB device modus.
      • A virtual COM port must be installed once, a driver is at the FT800 workshop software directory “Software\Spansion\USBDIRECT-V01L10”.
Gameduino 2
Resitive Pencils
Resources

Some other Displays

Motor Control

Motors

Brushless Motor Devices ( named by TI, for use with their Motor Control Evaluation Boards )

Brushless Motor Devices ( named by Spansion Inc., for use with their Motor Control Evaluation Board )

Some other Motor Devices

Resources

Motors Control Sytems

Motor Control Kits

Literature

Control Theory
Motor Control

Motor Control & Motor Control with Pulse-Width Modulatio ( PWM )

Sound / Speaker Devices

Sensors

Cameras

CAMIF ( Camera Interface )

Image Sensors

MCUs with Camera Interfaces & Evaluation Boards

Camera Serial Interface

LVDS Camera Serial Interface
MIPI Camera Serial Interface
Parallel Camera Serial Interface

Infrared Cameras

Gyroscope, Accelerometers, Magnetometer

Kalman Software

Resources

Some other Sensors

Network Chips

20mA / HART

USB

USB Chips

Resources

WiFi

Inductance to Digital Converter

The Chip

My LDC1000EVM Evaluation Module

Hardware Interfaces

Bidirectional 5V Interfaces for 3.3V Microcontrollers

mikroBUS

Peripheral Modules ( Pmods )

PIXI - Programmable Mixed-Signal I/O Technology

The Technology

MAX11300. PIXI, 20-Port Programmable Mixed-Signal I/O with 12-Bit ADC, 12-Bit DAC, Analog Switches, and GPIO

Software

Data Sheets & Application Notes

Videos

Resources

Some other Electronics

Resources

Appropriate OpenDirectory Directory Pages

 
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