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  • Driving the Analog Inputs of a SAR A/D Converter
    . In this application note we will delve into the issues surrounding the SAr Converter's input and conversion nuances to insure that the converter is handled properly from the beginning of the design phase. We will also review the specifications available in most A/D Converter data sheets and identify
  • Using a Digital Input to Start and Stop a Grant SQ20XX Data Logger
    Many Grant Squirrel owners want to use their logger's digital input to extend logging duration since they don't need the device to continually log data, and this also helps users who don't want to sift through a massive amount of data to get the specific information they need.
  • Distortion and source impedance in JFET-input op amps
    of two JFET-input op amps for high and low source impedance. A new fabrication process that limits common mode capacitance provides more device options when low distortion is required over a wide range of source impedance.
  • Implementing Auto Baud on dsPIC30F Devices
    All current dsPIC30F devices have a UART peripheral with Auto Baud capability. The signal on the UART receive pin (RX pin) can be internally routed to an Input Capture module to time the edges of the incoming signal. From that timing the software can set up the UART at the correct baud rate. Auto
  • Introduction to Data Loggers
    Technically speaking, a data logger is any device that can be used to store data. This includes many data acquisition devices such as plug-in boards or serial communication systems which use a computer as a real time data recording system. However, most instrument manufacturers consider a data
  • Data Throughput and the MCP215X
    Primary Device may yield different results. During upload, the host controller firmware can have a significant impact on the data throughput. Data Transfers In cases where small amounts of data are passed Data Transfers can be broken down into three classes: between devices and require user interface
  • Reducing Energy Costs With Energy-Monitoring Devices (.pdf)
    Newer energy-monitoring devices can detect electric current usage through inputs from onboard or external current transformers. Through user-accessible variable alarm and shutdown set points, the controllers within these devices can be programmed to send warning data to other devices over a network
  • Speed-Swimming in a Data Swamp
    self-monitoring devices like controllers or transmitters communicate via industry-standard protocols like Foundation Fieldbus or HART, the operational data-gathering can proceed automatically, says Krisi Bailey, sales support manager for AMS. "AMS is able to talk to these instruments, leveraging

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