Ordered prototypes for a RISC-V based Eurorack Synthesizer Module, suitable for algorithm development and even for other people to sell OEM with dedicated functionality. Open source software library available.
4 RGB LEDs
4 inputs, 12 bits, +/- 10Volt DC
2 outputs, 12 bits, +/- 10 Volt DC
1 bi-directional, 5V digital for trig,++
Semi-assembled price will be $42, fully assembled $64.
I made this device in 1997;
1. EXOline protocol on RS-485
2. I2C to talk to EEPROM with calibration parameters.
3. SPI to talk to D/A converter
4. 1-wire to communicate with up to 8 external DS18B20 temperature sensors.
All done in a Microchip PIC16C73, which has 192 bytes and 2k PROM.
a. maximum size of EXOline packet is ~240 bytes, so couldn't buffer the whole packet.
b. Each 1-wire has a 64 bit address, so 1/3 of RAM for those addresses.
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Capture, Storage, Analysis and Visualization of Sensor and IoT Data. https://sensetif.com
Poll data from Http endpoints or "The Things Network" (MQTT in the works) at regular intervals. Store it up to 10 years.
Visualize with Grafana.
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Launched on Fediverse first!
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