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A device which includes a central processing unit (CPU), memory, and (generally) an assortment of I/O peripherals (UART, ADC, DAC, general-purpose I/O, I2C, etc.) in a tightly-coupled standalone package.

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ground up with a different microcontroller that could give me at least 100 samples per second (10 times what the Arduino is achieving). Also, to avoid floating points, my calculations use long variables …
asked Oct 21 '16 by Eliott W
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I am using an ATMEL SAMC21 MCU on an ebike project. The MCU is involuntarily resetting every 30s to 1min. This causes a problem as it's controlling the bike in real time, giving noticeable gaps in pow …
asked Jan 16 '17 by Eliott W
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What would be the most practical and cheap way for me to implement a GPS tracker in an ebike I'm working on, so that I could track it on my phone or an online service in case it is stolen or displaced …
asked Mar 15 '17 by Eliott W
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I am programming a SAMC21 for a control system and I need a milliseconds counter similar to the millis function in arduino to keep track of samples, etc. To do this I first set up a clock channel for …
asked Nov 30 '16 by Eliott W
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I have a 72V battery which I want to step down to a 5V controller with limited power loss. The problem is that looking on the TI website the biggest range I could find for power regulators is the LMZ3 …
asked Sep 19 '16 by Eliott W
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I am about to move from Arduino to my own MCU platform and am currently looking at the likes of the ARM Cortex M7 and M0+. One of my worries is that these microcontrollers seem to be only capable of o …
asked Oct 27 '16 by Eliott W
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I have a 60V battery which feeds a PCB itself switching down the voltage to a 12V bus and then from 12V to a 5V bus using two consecutive TI TPS54560 switching regulators (5A max current). I have a MC …
asked Mar 2 '17 by Eliott W