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dsPIC33FJ128MC802 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided via DMA: - Allows data transfer between RAM and a peripheral while CPU is executing code (no cycle stealing). . Most peripherals support DMA. Timers/Capture/Compare/PWM: . Timer/Counters, up to five 16-bit timers: - Can pair up to make two 32-bit timers. - One timer runs as a Real-Time Clock...
dsPIC33FJ32MC304 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided and a peripheral while CPU is executing code (no cycle stealing). . Most peripherals support DMA. Timers/Capture/Compare/PWM: . Timer/Counters, up to five 16-bit timers: - Can pair up to make two 32-bit timers. - One timer runs as a Real-Time Clock with an external 32.768 kHz oscillator. - Programmable...
dsPIC33FJ128GP802 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided and a peripheral while CPU is executing code (no cycle stealing). . Most peripherals support DMA. Timers/Capture/Compare/PWM: . Timer/Counters, up to five 16-bit timers: - Can pair up to make two 32-bit timers. - One timer runs as a Real-Time Clock with an external 32.768 kHz oscillator. - Programmable...

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    This document provides guidelines for operating Basler cameras when the following two conditions are fulfilled at the same time: ?? The exposure time for an image capture overlaps the sensor readout for the previous image capture (overlapped exposure). ?? A specific external hardware trigger signal
  • Trigger Out Modification for CP500-Class Boards
    Many A/D applications including Ultrasonics, Radar, Lidar, Hard Disk testing and CCD capture require maximal synchronicity between a trigger and the sampling clock. Gage now offers the TRIGGER OUT option as a means of synchronizing systems to the sampling clock on Gage's CP500-class of A/D
  • Synchronizing when speed counts
    with each tick of the servoclock. to perform a compare function, the processor writes the desire position into the compare register. When the position counter matches the compare register, the compare output triggers. For the capture function, an external trigger transfers the current value
  • Troubleshooting Intermittent Signal Faults
    Using any of several tools and techniques on a digital oscilloscope, you can locate an elusive waveform, set up a trigger, and capture the event.
  • Detecting Oscillations in an ABB Variable Frequency Drive System (VFD) of large industrial Blowers
    Many large industrial blowers such as Blast Furnace Blowers are steadily monitored for correct functioning over a long period of time with an advanced data acquisition system in order to capture reliably and securely any anomalies that may occur. In such a monitoring system, the unwanted events
  • Continuous Recording Feature (.pdf)
    a "hard" or "soft" trigger to the camera. The camera can record a cine, trim and save it to a hard drive and immediately put the camera back into the capture mode readying it for the next trigger, where the cycle will begin again until it is stopped by the user.
  • Fast frame grabbers force wafer surfaces to reveal their secrets
    the pulse that triggers an image capture, the camera frame-enable pulse, and the positional variation of the grabbed image. The resulting digitized diffraction images from the frame grabber are inspected and
  • High-Speed Videography Using a Dense Camera Array (.pdf)
    We demonstrate a system for capturing multi-thousand frame-per-second (fps) video using a dense array of cheap 30fps CMOS image sensors. A benefit of using a camera array to capture high-speed video is that we can scale to higher speeds by simply adding more cameras. Even at extremely high frame

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