Tag Archive: Other Sensing Solutions

Nov 23

HID-USB-TO-IR-RD (#2) Other Sensing Solutions : Gesture Control via USB


Click On Preview Summary Silicon Labs’ plug and play HID USB to IR reference design demonstrates the ease of use and versatility of the CP2112 USB bridge and Si1143 proximity sensor devices. The HID USB to IR reference design responds to pre-defined touchless swipe gestures (left, right, up and down) using the Si1143 QuickSense™ proximity …

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Nov 22

AS3935-DK Other Sensing Solutions : 40 km Lightning Sensor, 2.4 ~ 5.5V


Click On Preview Summary The AS3935 Franklin Lightning Sensor™ Demoboard is a fully operational handheld lightning sensor which is able to estimate the distance to the head of upcoming storms. Lightning events will trigger the AS3935 demo kit and will be shown on the LCD. The display will show detail information about approaching and departing …

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Nov 17

MAX9924UEVKIT+ Other Sensing Solutions : Variable Reluctance Interface


Click On Preview Summary The MAX9924U evaluation kit (EV kit) is a fully assembled and tested PCB that contains a differential variable reluctance (VR) sensor interface circuit using a MAX9924U IC in a 10-pin μMAX® package. The single-channel interface circuit also features a differential amplifier for evaluating differential or single-ended VR sensor (magnetic pickup sensor) …

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Nov 14

EVAL-CN0189-SDPZ Other Sensing Solutions : 2 Axis Tilt Sensor


Click On Preview Summary The circuit on this evaluation board incorporates a dual axis ADXL203 accelerometer and the AD7887 12-bit successive approximation (SAR) ADC to create a dual axis tilt measurement system. The ADXL203 is a polysilicon surface micromachined sensor and signal conditioning circuit. Acceleration in the X or Y axis will produce a corresponding …

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Nov 04

MSP430-PIR Other Sensing Solutions : Low Power Smart PIR Sensor


Click On Preview Summary MSP430-PIR board use ultralow-power microcontroller MSP430F2013 from Texas Instruments with these features: – Low Supply Voltage Range 1.8 V to 3.6 V – Ultralow-Power Consumption – Active Mode: 220 μA at 1 MHz, 2.2 V – Standby Mode: 0.5 μA – Off Mode (RAM Retention): 0.1 μA – Five Power-Saving Modes …

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