Network Power capabilities overview featuring power backup systems, embedded power, precision cooling, and connectivity technologies for data centers, telecommunications networks, and other applications.
C2000 has two very useful features called real-time mode and real-time interrupts. They can be of great use when debugging software. Learn more about real-time mode and real-time interrupts and watch a demo of how to operate them in Code Composer IDE with an example from controlSUITE.
The growing use of medical bone screws, implants and other micro-components creates a need for techniques that produce special thread forms quickly and at high tolerances. Thread whirling neutralizes many of the issues encountered with single-point threading. The process is used primarily by medical manufacturers to produce bone screws with deep threads on Swiss turning centers. The CoroMill 325 uses a differential pitch insert layout. Rather than being spaced evenly apart, inserts in the pocket are positioned at varied locations, eliminating chatter. The inserts feature sharp edges and a hard composition, resulting in improved part quality and tool life.
Did you know that soft-core FPGA processors provide unique benefits that you can't achieve with commercial off-the-shelf systems?
Learn five reasons why you should put your processor on an FPGA. Watch this 9-minute video to get more details on:
-Design flexibility, with a customizable peripheral set
-Protection against processor obsolescence
-Familiar software tools
Get an overview of the MPC5125 32-bit microprocessor for industrial applications, and the related MPC5125 module for the Tower System. Additional highlights include the MPC5125 system on chip, available software and tools, lab tutorials, and tips and tricks.
The RX CPU core was designed to provide both superb MCU performance and powerful signal-processing capabilities, bolstered by the industry’s fastest embedded Flash memory – all while achieving very low power consumption.
Wind River's Tim Loveless, and his son James, demonstrate how easy it is to jumpstart embedded development with a Wind River Embedded Development Kit. They bring up Kontron's Intel Atom-based nanoETXExpress and establish a debug connection with Wind River Workbench.
The ADM3052 and ADM3053 are isolated CAN physical layer transceivers. The devices employ Analog Devices' iCoupler® technology to combine a 3-channel isolator, a CAN transceiver and an LDO regulator into a single package.