Circuits & Schematics Microcontrollers Usage

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  1. Why not take advantage of the micro-controller included in many systems these days? This design uses microcontroller feedback to produce a 50-V, 1-W power supply (see Figure 1). It leverages an unused analog-to-digital converter (ADC) input and a ...
    01-12-2021
  2. Circuits Measurement Microcontrollers Usage Microchip ATtiny10 Attiny13 ATtiny24 ATtiny25 ATtiny44 ATtiny45 ATtiny84 ATtiny85
    TinyLoad is a simple electronic constant current dummy load. The ATtiny measures voltage, current and temperature of the heat sink, calculates power, energy and battery capacity, controls the fan and displays all relevant data on the OLED (Figure ...
    15-11-2021
  3. Circuits Arduino Supply Microcontrollers Usage Microchip ATtiny10 Attiny13 ATtiny24 ATtiny25 ATtiny44 ATtiny45 ATtiny84 ATtiny85
    The ATtiny45/85 USB Phone Charge Guard controls and monitors the charging of phones and other devices (Figure 1). Voltage, current, power and energy are constantly measured via the INA219 and compared with the user limit values. It cuts off the ...
    21-09-2021
  4. Also called the ThermoPen, the goal of this project was to create a portable thermometer usable for precise uses case. More particularly, is was created to inspect overheating electronic parts on PCB and for general troubleshooting. At my school, ...
    13-09-2021
  1. Circuits Supply Microcontrollers Usage Microchip ATtiny10 Attiny13 ATtiny24 ATtiny25 ATtiny44 ATtiny45 ATtiny84 ATtiny85
    TinyCharger is an ATtiny25/45/85-based, single-cell Li-ion battery charger with selectable charging current limit (100 mA - 1000 mA) and an OLED display for monitoring. For Power Connecting device is equipped with a Micro-USB and a USB-C connector ...
    19-08-2021
  2. Circuits Microcontrollers Usage Microchip ATtiny10 Attiny13 ATtiny24 ATtiny25 ATtiny44 ATtiny45 ATtiny84 ATtiny85
    Because the 8-pin ATtinys only have a few GPIO pins available, they are usually operated without an external clock. The internal oscillator does a good job in most applications, but when it comes to precise timing, its 10% accuracy is often ...
    04-08-2021
  3. The simple ADC in Figure 1 is perfect for getting analog signals into a purely digital microcontroller. Using just five surface-mount parts, you can assemble it for less than 50 cents (1000), which is approximately half the cost of a ...
    10-06-2021
  4. Most microprocessors have some type of hardware watchdog that can be used to reset the microprocessor and the surrounding hardware to a known state if firmware inadvertently stops executing code. But it may be advantageous to record the ...
    24-05-2021
  5. Driving multiple LEDs with one microprocessor GPIO pin is a well-known technique. Typically, designs perform this task by issuing pulse widths and clocks of differing durations and employing multiple RC networks to distinguish between them. The ...
    19-05-2021
  6. This Design Idea describes an enhancement to a previous one ( Reference 1 ). The circuit in Figure 1 uses a normally open SPST pushbutton switch, S 1 , instead of the SPDT switch that the original design required. You can use a membrane switch to ...
    30-03-2021