[PD] Using custom analog devices with PD

Christian Klippel ck at mamalala.de
Mon Oct 2 09:16:15 CEST 2006

hi david,

Am Montag, 2. Oktober 2006 07:10 schrieb PSPunch:
> Hi all,
> I know many of you integrate analog circuitry and custom
> made gadgets with the PD domain, perhaps heat or pressure
> sensors.
> I was wondering if there was an orthodox method of hooking these
> up to a system running PD.
> Is there such a thing as a 1-chip "voltage to RS-232C converter"
> or anything of a similar kind ?

a similar kind, yes. if you want to play around yourself, i recommend you to 
take a look at the pic micro's or the avr micro's. these are complete 
microcontrollers with a lot of built in peripherial options. so, there are 
chips available that have built-in adc converters, a serial interface, etc.
as far as pic's are concerned, you may check www.microchip.com, select any 18f 
device of your chioce and order them as free samples.
then you may check www.gnupic.org for tool to program it, if you dont want to 
use the closed-source microchip tools.



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