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LT8228 – 100 V BIDIRECTIONAL BUCK OR BOOST DC/DC CONTROLLERS WITH PROTECTION

Analog Devices’ controllers enable full functional safety if one of the batteries fail by forcing the other battery to take over Analog Devices’ LT8228 100 V bidirectional buck or boost DC/DC controllers provide sustainable power in hybrid and electric vehicle (EV) critical non-drive train subsystems by controlling 48 V and 12 V batteries with bidirectional capabilities allowing …

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OPEN SOURCE LEGO CONTROLLER

A mechanical and manufacturing engineer by day, [Tyler Collins] taught himself electronics and firmware development in his spare time and created an open source Lego controller called Evlōno One. It is based on the STM32 and Arduino ecosystems, and compatible with a impressive variety of existing Lego controllers, sensors and actuators. [Tyler] encountered Lego Mindstorms while helping in …

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OPEN SOURCE TELESCOPE CONTROLLER PUTS SMART FEATURES IN OLD TELESCOPES

In times like these, we all need to look beyond ourselves. This project might help: OnStep is an open-source telescope controller, a device that controls a telescope to point at something interesting in the sky. Want to take a look at M31? Use an app on a PC or smartphone, select the object and the …

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Controllers and Sensors using arduino

John has been working to recover components from old power supplies and available trash electronics, in order to build controllers to power stepper motors and other mechanisms for the FabLab. Intro The Arduino microcontroller board is able to supply a current of 40mA from its output connections. These digital outputs are fixed at 5V “ON” …

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