Member Since: April 3, 2011

Country: United States

  • I’m shocked !! Honeywell announced End of Life for this sensor and the 5983!!! They have no replacement as far as I know.. especially regarding the 220Hz bandwidth of the 5983.

  • The satellites are very low orbit and that means they appear and disappear very quickly. To get a successful transmission you must take it into account…

  • Wow… It took SparkFun only 4 years to do a PSOC5 board. 5 years ago I did commercial products using the First Touch starter kit that had engineering samples chips. This unit survived 30 flights on a Helicopter UAV without a single reset. Now I hope you will be faster to the market with a small PSOC4 BLE board…

  • Last week I’ve attended the Cypress seminar here in Israel and got a Pioneer kit with a Proc and a Psoc BLE. The first one is essentially a pure BLE while the other one comes with all the PSOC4 goodies up to 256KB ROM! The connection to IOS or Android app is super easy. The Bluetooth radio part is almost all included inside the chip while other require some sophisticated AMN.

  • Sorry…she didn’t make it….terrible story…

  • What about the Cypress PSoc4 BLE? for 3$ you get 32bit Arm M0 MCU, Analog+Digital FPGA and BLE, of course….

  • The unit responds with same number of bytes you send. Send two bytes - one the command, another dummy. Read two bytes - the first one will be status register the second one is the value of required register byte. BTW SPI mode is CPHA=0, CPOL= 0.

  • Unlike other I2C devices, this device requires that the write operation before read will not be terminated with a stop command. Otherwise you will read only address 0….

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