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First happy weekend for all, hope it was a great one. Now the nerd update details. I have been working on my project as much as I can. Now I have added the accelerometer (MMA7361) to the project. The accelerometer is connected to the PSoC4 as analog to digital by using three wires X,Y and Z. The PSoC4 will be sending the data from the accelerometer to the PSoC5 for SDCard logging. Here is a picture to show how it looks like (on my "lab"). It says PSoC5 showing the connections to the PSoC5 (colo ...
If you like my project vote for "A Smarter Tricopter - Yuri Tikhonov"   Good day comrades! Unfortunately my previous posts have not received special attention of the community. This time, I will try to improve and make a post more extensive and interesting! As you probably already knew - we are going to talk today about the system of motor control. However this week has been more fruitful for several reasons:   1. I finally got the first package from HobbyKing: one 2200mAh 3S LiP ...
Accelerometers   I've been playing around with a few different configurations of accelerometer, for this project I need:     - 3-axis, potentially deriving from this a general movement indicator (threshold), accelerating/braking, tap gestures (for changing flash modes etc) - Very low power, I have to be able to pick up a general movement indicator reasonably quickly, say within a few seconds, while in the lowest power mode of the light (standby, no light on). Although I probably ...
Can you spot the difference?   All previous articles for the exception of my first article seem totally unrelated to my Very Compact Christmas Display but nothing could be further from the truth. A hint is provided in the two above photos. Can you spot them?   Yeah, in one photo there is a PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit and LED panel in the other there are two PSoC 4 Pioneer Kits and the same LED panel. So what....   Oh, there are two LEDS lit in the first photo and there is one LED lit ...