What is an integrated chip ? how it works ? and how is its structure ? can we program it if yes how & in which computer language(c,c++,java)
Asked by ajithb 5 years ago
Hi, I am Planning to develop Long Range UHF RFID Integrated Reader which can Read Multiple Tags at a time (range between 8- 15 Meters range) and send information to my web application to store data, so will you plese let me know the components which i need to use along with assembling process. Thankq
Posted by bikhanpersonal 7 months ago
I salvaged a few big stepper motors from a large Laser printer. Unfortunately they all have integrated controller boards. I would like to control them with an arduino. I am aware that an option is to remove the PCB then use a regular contoller. I would prefer to use the integrated board. The boards have the following inputs: 24V GND P/S LD CLK +5 GND The high and low voltage and ground are obvious. CLK is the clock speed (which I half understand). LD is Load?? P/S is pulse?? The board has an SLA6024 with a nice heatsink. (perhaps that helps. I am after a wiring diagram and arduino sketch to control the motor for a CNC machine. Your help is appreciated. Attached are a few images.
Posted by craigevert 6 years ago
It it possible to use simple components, arranged properly, in order to replicate the use of a simple IC, such as the 555 or LM386? If so, where could I find diagrams of the internal electronics? Google has turned up nothing so far... Thanks!
Posted by jeffconnelly 6 years ago
Hi. My kid (and I) have recently started messing around with Snap Circuits. We have a specific project in mind and want to design the circuit using Snap Circuits, then shrink it to fit in an Altoids box. Question: Is there a direct facsimile available of the integrated chips in the Snap Circuits box? Meaning, the same input voltage and current, where I can assemble all the matching components to my Snap Circuits circuit (switches, resistors, capacitors), and then just switch in the new (small) IC for where the Snap Circuits IC goes. This would also help with troubleshooting. Any thoughts? Here is the Elenco supplied schematic description of the Snap Circuits' IC: http://www.snapcircuits.net/downloads/ic_info.pdf
Posted by BBBMMM111 3 years ago
I'm a beginner. What i meant by how does the circuit work is, how does the capacitor work in relation to the resistor and what do i connect and what parts do i connect to what/where? I need everything in sequential order and in simplest form please.
Posted by Naps 6 years ago
Trying to find a simple inventory system to keep track of my integrated circuits. Prefer Excel part number versus function, Thanks
Posted by naic98 7 years ago
Well, I wonder what electronics part is that I have, seems to be an integrated circuit progamavel, found her in a radio circuit. It is written: SAMSUNG S603V S1A0426CO2-SO KD8025G And I would like to know how to search on the internet specific parts like this
Asked by ualbuquerque 3 years ago
At least, it seems this way. I while ago we had a weird "power surge like thing". It was odd... It seemed to "restart" some electronics...I was on my computer when It happened, it was like a really close lightning bolt. Though after it scared the crap out of me and I looked at my screen, the computer was still on and everything was running. Then windows started to act like I had just unplugged everything and plugged them back in. It started to read my flashdrive, my printer turned back on and announced the black ink was low (stupid $35+ ink :P), etc. Since it was going nowhere I just held the power button and shut er off. Then, later, after turning it all back on I found that it didn't have an internet connection. I finally got one after unplugging my router (Which I could still get a connection through the wifi) and connecting my modem to my comp through usb instead. I think it fried my NIC. ...crap Think that's what happened, and I'll have to buy a pci adapter instead? Thanks,RX --This is odd too. I went upstairs and my PSP, and Zune were both turned on. Neither were plugged in and both were completely off....and now it seems my tv is blown out.
Posted by Rockerx 8 years ago
Every now and then I order a sample of an integrated circuit from companies such as TI, Atmel, or Microchip. But can I get too many. If I order too many do you think they will catch on to my using of their free samples for hobby use and not research? I stopped ordering because I am afraid they might start charging me for all the chips I ordered. What's your opinion?
Posted by gimmelotsarobots 10 years ago
So as the title states I want to design an audio system, I purchased an old shortwave radio someone gutted, but the case is in great shape and looks really cool, would make a killer looking amp. So a little background, I want to make a stereo amp I can hook up several inputs to and my speakers; likely a turntable, iPod, radio, and whatever else I feel like. The radio came with a nice little 5 position rotary switch for that. The main problem I am facing is what ICs I want to use, and what order. I have not dealt much with audio and at first I thought of buying a radio and just putting the guts into this unit, but I thought this would be a good project to dive into audio work. You can't learn if you don't push your bounds a bit, am I right? The first IC question is about chips like the PT2322. There are several I have looked at that use a microcontroller for control, and I am not against using an Arduino Micro in this unit, but I am unsure of how the acknowledgment bit works. The data input seems to just be a shift register, data gets clocked in, then latched. Data is fed in in 8 bit strings, but then it mentions an acknowledgement bit as a 9th bit. Is this bit for the latch, or is there a 9th bit fed in before everything is latched? Should it be hi or lo? As well I was looking at the commands, several commands have 7 of their 8 bits written as a *, does this mean that those bits can be set hi or lo? I am sure these aren't difficult questions and I glossed over something important in one of the many data sheets, and that I do not use these chips with any regularity, if ever, doesn't help either! But I like that these ICs all seem to have a 3 band tone control and volume control built into them. If I were not to use an IC controlled by a microcontroller, I am looking at using a BA3812 for the tone controls, 5 band is a little more then I need, I really only wanted 3, not 2 but not more then 3. Bass, treble and mid range. But I could not find a 3 band IC without microcontroller inputs required for operation, and it was not for the lack of trying. I can handle 5 bands though, however I am wondering, should I go preamp to equalizer to the main amp, or where would I wire in the BA3812? This seems like a stupid question to me, I feel like an audiophile is going to come along and say, "You never put the equalizer after the preamp, it always goes here or there!" or something along those lines. As well, regardless of where its going to get wired in, since I am doing stereo not mono, I assume I will need 2 BA3812's, but the datasheet supplies a circuit for 3 Chips as well. Which would be suggested, 2 or 3? I am wanting to control both left and right tone controls together, so using 5 pots instead of 10, and would also like to be able to have a balance control. I didn't see anything about balance control in the BA3812 datasheet, would there be a good way of accomplishing that with these ICs or the use of a couple op amps maybe? I didn't really look into balance, I should have before asking questions. For the preamp the LM1036 seemed like a good choice. I was reading into preamps, and they seem more important for the turntable then anything else. The way the grooves on a record are cut they boost the high frequencies so they don't fade awayat lower volumes or something like that. Because of that a preamp that boosts bass and cuts treble is useful and improves sound quality when using turntables. Should I use a preamp only for the turntable input or for all inputs? If I adjust the equalizer for records is a preamp necessary or should I use the preamp and set it with trim pots to boost bass and cut treble a little, or should it be fully adjustable as well? As far as what to use for the final amplification I am at a bit of a loss. A home theater system I have is 1500W and is adequately loud, but the system I have for my turntable right now think is only 250W I believe and it seems louder. Never really understood wattages for "loudness" or output on sound system. I saw an IC (can't remember number, its a TDA though) dual 50W amplifier. Not sure if 50W for each channel would be enough. Advice would be helpful. As a side note, if I do go the route of a microcontroller, I found this NJW1186 with stereo input and 5.1 surround output which I thought would be cool. I really appreciate any help. Thank you
Asked by KlockWork 3 years ago
Hi, is it possible to make an output with different Wait Times? The numbers are the time in seconds. The HI would be the enough to make a buzzer beep, like half a second... I was thinking of 555 ICs, but I don't think it's even possible to do this with them. Do you suggest any IC that can do this? I just want a buzzer (or whatever) to beep like: Power On - 30sec - BEEP - 180sec - BEEP - 30sec - BEEP - 180sec - BEEP, etc Thanks.
Asked by pedrotome 8 years ago
Hi folks! I have this account long before the facebook integration. Problem is that at somepoint, I created a second one with my integrated with my facebook account. Is there anyway I can merge both or at least delet the other one and integrate this one with facebook?
Asked by Yemerich 2 years ago
If it is done by soldering, how would we solder such millions of transistors inside such a small chip?
Asked by DivyaManjari 5 years ago
I was wondering whether if i was to take a normal flash drive, and take out the gps reciever from a tomtom lets say, would i be able to integrate the two together and have the flash drive use the gps in order to locate the device??
Asked by mukz 8 years ago
I believe that this is has something to do with physics, possibly calculations pertaining to WORK. I know what an integral is but I am not sure what this is telling me to do. Derive an integral in some fashion other than standard? As I said above the symbol is a standard integral symbol from calculus except there is a circle at the center of the symbol.
Asked by jc38654 9 years ago
I got 3 TTl Integrated Circuits but I don't know what they are or what they are used for. So I was wondering if any one can help me, I would really appreciate that.The text on the bottom of them is 17T4 and the text on the top is 402198K SN7400N .
Asked by qazwsx755 7 years ago
I was wondering what some popular integrated circuits were (e.x. 555), what they do and what some projects you might be able to do with them, I would also like to see a "dumbed down" version of a schematic so it is easier to understand.
Asked by squirt8500 9 years ago
Seems the longer it sits unused the longer it takes to come on.
Asked by khays1 8 years ago
I understand that most PID temp controllers have some sort of interface to change the set-point via buttons or similar controls but I want to control my set-point using a microcontroller(picaxe). I'm not looking to build or program PID control into my system I'm really only looking to integrate an existing system. any tips on how I might be able to achieve this?
Asked by danjamesardoin 2 years ago
I am new.. i want detailed step to step process and code of how to integrate temperature sensor,pressure sensor,humidity sensor included with time stamp into a single table in a database. i want these values into the MySQL database every 15 mins once..
Asked by arjund2 3 years ago
Working with either an LPC 2129 or an 8051 microcontroller, is there a way to make get inputs from either a CT or power meter?
Asked by knillzbaba 3 years ago
First off, let me just say I love numbers. Absolutely love them. Unfortunately, I don't particularly have the know-how (possibly ingenuity) to integrate it into my programming beyond a few variables for text-based games. Do you know of any good ways to do this for say, gravity simulations and such? Links are always welcome. Thank you!
Asked by StarscreamClone 4 years ago
What are the main differences between CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor) and TTL (Transistor-Transistor-Logic). The things I want to know: Which type do you use? Which kind do you prefer? Which type do today's computers use? Are CMOS and TTL compatible? These are the few things I know about them: CMOS ICs (overall) will draw less current compared to TTL CMOS are less picky in regard to their voltage supply. It seems like most people like CMOS more than TTL. Thanks! Comments, answers, and everything else is appreciated!
Asked by jensenr30 7 years ago
Please help me with my project. i have 1 d.o.f robtic arm controlled by potentiometre and aurdino nano. i want to know whether i would need two other microprocessor for vision integration of my robot. or can i use my nano itself for vision. i am instructed to make a arm which recognises object and picks up.please suggest me about boards,codes to use.
Asked by bharathi1607 9 months ago
I want to know to integrate a sensor to arduino. I mean how to start and from where to start. I dont want to use existing libraries, I want to create my own. I know the working of sensors and and some other basic stuff. I want to read a sensor data (for ex: ADXL345), I want to look into the datasheet and implement it. Please someone help in starting
Asked by naveenkumarmn7 3 years ago
I am building a portable boombox and trying to figure out how to integrate a 12v battery into it that can be recharged using a input jack and the AC adapter charger that came with the battery., without having to disconnect the load. Is it as simple as connecting both the charger and the load to the battery? Would I need to wire in a switch to disconnect the load when I plug in the charger? I'm an electronics noob so any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Asked by banjopoker 5 years ago
On Monkeylectric website under (FAQ) said the monkeylectric lights can be powered from the energy of the spinning wheel by using a bicycle Hub-integrated generator. How do you install a Huh-integrated generator to your bicycle to power the monkeylectric lights and what parts do you need? Also is a Hub-integrated generator the same as a Hub-generator?
Asked by John Naglosky IV 7 years ago
I have quite a number of different programs. All these programs are to check for different modules. For example, one program is to check for the functionality of LEDs. The other is to check for push button. Also, there are programs to check for switch and 7 segment. The problem i'm having is that how do i integrate all programs into one program? I heard that i can call function, but i do not know how to do it. Any kind souls please help me out. Thank you !
Asked by colinlsx 4 years ago
I like to use my car speakers with my dash mount GPS. Is there anyway GPS announcements can be made thru the speaker system while the radio is on playing either by fading the music or by temporarily interrupting it.. The GPS has a headphone jack output and a USB port and it is bluetooth enabled. I am thinking that a sound activated FM transmitter with an integrated sound activated switch might do the trick. Any suggestions or solutions?
Asked by ritetome 8 years ago
I have a longshot and i tried to paint/integrate it with the lsfg but it failed miserably. The paint is bad and the integration is terrible. i can take the lsfg off because it is only attached by hot glue. I want to take the paint off. What is the best way to take off the paint.
Asked by Legoman200119 6 years ago