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dsPIC33FJ256MC510A Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided supports I/O interface to simple codecs - Supports 8-bit and 16-bit data - Supports all serial clock formats and sampling modes. I2C ™ (up to 2 modules): - Full Multi-Master Slave mode support - 7-bit and 10-bit addressing - Bus collision detection and arbitration - Integrated signal...
dsPIC33FJ64GP306A Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided data - Supports all serial clock formats and sampling modes. I2C ™ (up to 2 modules): - Full Multi-Master Slave mode support - 7-bit and 10-bit addressing - Bus collision detection and arbitration - Integrated signal conditioning - Slave address masking. UART (up to 2 modules): - Interrupt...
dsPIC33FJ64GP710A Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided capture. Output Compare (up to 8 channels): - Single or Dual 16-Bit Compare mode - 16-bit Glitchless PWM mode. Communication Modules: 3-wire SPI (up to 2 modules): - Framing supports I/O interface to simple codecs - Supports 8-bit and 16-bit data - Supports all serial clock formats and sampling...
TCSMCN3M4M3S2 Allied Electronics, Inc. SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC Not Provided 2m RS232 DCE device to serial port cable
EKI-1524-AE Newark / element14 ADVANTECH Not Provided ADVANTECH - EKI-1524-AE - SERIAL DEVICE SERVER
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  • Critical Factors When Embedding Ethernet Interface for Serial Devices
    on the automation network hierarchy, from network backbones down to device-level interfaces. As manufacturers of industrial devices seek solutions to integrate Ethernet interfaces onto their existing line of well-established serial devices, shortening the time-to-market will definitely
  • Recommended Usage of Microchip I2C? Serial EEPROM Devices
    on some devices. Refer to the. Brown-Out Conditions. appropriate device data sheet for more details. For added protection, Microchip serial EEPROMs. For devices with internally connected Chip Address. feature a Brown-out Reset circuit. However, if VCC. pins, these inputs must be hard-wired to either
  • Recommended Usage of Microchip I2C? Serial EEPROM Devices
    on some devices. Refer to the. Brown-Out Conditions. appropriate device data sheet for more details. For added protection, Microchip serial EEPROMs. For devices with internally connected Chip Address. feature a Brown-out Reset circuit. However, if VCC. pins, these inputs must be hard-wired
  • Questions and Answers Concerning Serial EEPROMs
    Interfacing a serial EEPROM to a controller can be a confusing task, especially for first time users. Because communication with a parallel memory device is more straightforward, the advantages of serial devices are sometimes overlooked because of the time required to learn a different protocol
  • Embedded Serial Boards for Process Control Systems
    Process control systems are automatic platforms for a wide variety of industries to operate a plant more cost-effectively and efficiently. Learn how a leading European automobile manufacturer used Moxa's CB-114 embedded serial board to control multiple machine automation devices with a single
  • Enabling Multiple Serial Ports on dataTaker Data Loggers
    from all their sensors by using the datalogger to send a command to read a given sensor and get the data back, repeating this for each sensor. CAS DataLoggers engineers offer customers a few different methods to enable a dataTaker to read multiple serial devices. These options will work for every
  • Interfacing the 8051 with 2-wire Serial EEPROMs
    . SDA. P1.0. EEPROM. All of the routines in this application note are available,. as source code, for downloading from Microchip’s. worldwide website at www.microchip.com. The file to. * This pin is NC in some parts. download is 00614.zip. This app note covers all of Microchip’s 2-wire serial. devices
  • Serial Communication Overview
    Serial is a device communication protocol that is standard on almost every PC. Do not confuse it with universal serial bus (USB). Most computers include two EIA-232 based serial ports. Serial is also a common communication protocol for instrumentation in many devices, and numerous GPIB-compatible

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