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LTM2889 – Isolated CAN FD µModule Transceiver and Power

Features Isolated 4Mbps CAN FD Transceiver 2500VRMS for 1 Minute Per UL1577 Isolated DC Power: 5V (Adjustable to 3.3V) Up to 150mA Available Isolated Power Output 3.3V or 5V Input Supply Voltage Options UL-CSA Recognized File #E151738 No External Components Required High Bus Fault Voltage Tolerance: ±60V Low Power OFF Mode: <1µA Typical High Common …

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Beginning Sensor Networks with Arduino and Raspberry Pi [EPUB] -E-book

E-Book description: The world of microcontrollers and increasingly capable and popular small computing platforms is enabling many more people to learn, experience, and complete projects that would previously have required dedicated (and expensive) hardware. Rather than purchase a commercial or made-for-consumers kit, enterprising developers can now build their own solutions to meet their needs. Sensor …

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Build a network-attached storage (NAS) with your Raspberry Pi and an external USB hard drive.

As with all DIY projects, one of the main hassles is the enclosure to put all of the hardware in. I wanted a quick solution – didn’t have the time to make something fancy. After a while I remembered that I’ve saved my Amazon Kindle Keyboard cardboard package. The quality of the cardboard is excellent …

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Building a Wireless Sensor Network in Your Home

This tutorial will teach you how to create a network of cost effective, wireless sensor modules.  Many of the ready-made wireless modules can be too expensive for use in multiple sensor units.  While Wi-Fi and Zigbee modules are popular and easy to use, their cost can make their use in an array of sensors impractical. …

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