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Grand Power Trading Co.,LtdEE87C196KC20,EN87C196KC20,TN87C196KC20 Express CHMOS microcontroller. 16Kbytes of on-chip OTPROM, 20MHz Intel

8XC196KC/8XC196KC20 COMMERCIAL/EXPRESS CHMOS MICROCONTROLLER 87C196KCÐ16 Kbytes of On-Chip OTPROM 83C196KCÐ16 Kbytes ROM 80C196KCÐROMless Y 16 and 20 MHz Available Y 488 Byte Register RAM Y Register-to-Register Architecture Y 28 Interrupt Sources/16 Vectors Y Peripheral Transaction Server Y 1.4 ms 16 x 16 Multiply (20 MHz) Y 2.4 ms 32/16 Divide (20 MHz) Y Powerdown and Idle Modes Y Five 8-Bit I/O Ports Y 16-Bit Watchdog Timer Y Extended Temperature Available Y Dynamically Configurable 8-Bit or 16-Bit Buswidth Y Full Duplex Serial Port Y High Speed I/O Subsystem Y 16-Bit Timer Y 16-Bit Up/Down Counter with Capture Y 3 Pulse-Width-Modulated Outputs Y Four 16-Bit Software Timers Y 8- or 10-Bit A/D Converter with Sample/Hold Y HOLD/HLDA Bus Protocol Y OTPROM One-Time Programmable Version The 80C196KC 16-bit microcontroller is a high performance member of the MCSÉ 96 microcontroller family. The 80C196KC is an enhanced 80C196KB device with 488 bytes RAM, 16 and 20 MHz operation and an optional 16 Kbytes of ROM/OTPROM. Intel’s CHMOS III process provides a high performance processor along with low power consumption. The 87C196KC is an 80C196KC with 16 Kbytes on-chip OTPROM. The 83C196KC is an 80C196KC with 16 Kbytes factory programmed ROM. In this document, the 80C196KC will refer to all products unless otherwise stated. Four high-speed capture inputs are provided to record times when events occur. Six high-speed outputs are available for pulse or waveform generation. The high-speed output can also generate four software timers or start an A/D conversion. Events can be based on the timer or up/down counter. With the commercial (standard) temperature option, operational characteristics are guaranteed over the temperature range of 0§C to a70§C. With the extended (Express) temperature range option, operational characteristics are guaranteed over the temperature range of b40§C to a85§C. Unless otherwise noted, the specifications are the same for both options. See the Packaging information for extended temperature designators.
12 сентября 2017, 11:44

Kynix Semiconductor Hong Kong Limitedkynix's blog share today--about specialized sensors

Three Fingers Robotic Hand with Specialized Sensors can Estimate Size and Shape of Objects Three fingers on a new soft robotic gripper each have specialized sensors that can estimate the size and shape of an object accurately enough to identify it from a set of multiple items. Robots have many strong suits, but delicacy traditionally hasn't been one of them. Rigid limbs and digits make it difficult for them to grasp, hold, and manipulate a range of everyday objects without dropping or crushing them. Recently, researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have discovered that the solution may be to turn to a substance more commonly associated with new buildings and Silly Putty: silicone. At a conference this month, researchers from CSAIL Director Daniela Rus' Distributed Robotics Lab demonstrated a 3-D-printed robotic hand made out of silicone rubber that can lift and handle objects as delicate as an egg and as thin as a compact disc. Just as impressively, its three fingers have special sensors that can estimate the size and shape of an object accurately enough to identify it from a set of multiple items. "Robots are often limited in what they can do because of how hard it is to interact with objects of different sizes and materials," Rus says. "Grasping is an important step in being able to do useful tasks; with this work we set out to develop both the soft hands and the supporting control and planning systems that make dynamic grasping possible." The paper, which was co-written by Rus and graduate student Bianca Homberg, PhD candidate Robert Katzschmann, and postdoc Mehmet Dogar, will be presented at this month's International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems. The hard science of soft robots The gripper, which can also pick up such items as a tennis ball, a Rubik's cube and a Beanie Baby, is part of a larger body of work out of Rus' lab at CSAIL aimed at showing the value of so-called "soft robots" made of unconventional materials such as silicone, paper, and fiber. Researchers say that soft robots have a number of advantages over "hard" robots, including the ability to handle irregularly-shaped objects, squeeze into tight spaces, and readily recover from collisions. "A robot with rigid hands will have much more trouble with tasks like picking up an object," Homberg says. "This is because it has to have a good model of the object and spend a lot of time thinking about precisely how it will perform the grasp." Soft robots represent an intriguing new alternative. However, one downside to their extra flexibility (or "compliance") is that they often have difficulty accurately measuring where an object is, or even if they have successfully picked it up at all. That's where the CSAIL team's "bend sensors" come in. When the gripper hones in an object, the fingers send back location data based on their curvature. Using this data, the robot can pick up an unknown object and compare it to the existing clusters of data points that represent past objects. With just three data points from a single grasp, the robot's algorithms can distinguish between objects as similar in size as a cup and a lemonade bottle. "As a human, if you're blindfolded and you pick something up, you can feel it and still understand what it is," says Katzschmann. "We want to develop a similar skill in robots—essentially, giving them 'sight' without them actually being able to see." The team is hopeful that, with further sensor advances, the system could eventually identify dozens of distinct objects, and be programmed to interact with them differently depending on their size, shape, and function. How it works(“We want to ... give robots‘sight’ without them actually being able to see,” says MIT grad student Robert Katzschmann. ) Researchers control the gripper via a series of pistons that push pressurized air through the silicone fingers. The pistons cause little bubbles to expand in the fingers, spurring them to stretch and bend. The hand can grip using two types of grasps: "enveloping grasps," where the object is entirely contained within the gripper, and "pinch grasps," where the object is held by the tips of the fingers. Outfitted for the popular Baxter manufacturing robot, the gripper significantly outperformed Baxter's default gripper, which was unable to pick up a CD or piece of paper and was prone to completely crushing items like a soda can. Like Rus' previous robotic arm, the fingers are made of silicone rubber, which was chosen because of its qualities of being both relatively stiff, but also flexible enough to expand with the pressure from the pistons. Meanwhile, the gripper's interface and exterior finger-molds are 3-D-printed, which means the system will work on virtually any robotic platform. In the future, Rus says the team plans to put more time into improving and adding more sensors that will allow the gripper to identify a wider variety of objects. "If we want robots in human-centered environments, they need to be more adaptive and able to interact with objects whose shape and placement are not precisely known," Rus says. "Our dream is to develop a robot that, like a human, can approach an unknown object, big or small, determine its approximate shape and size, and figure out how to interface with it in one seamless motion." Ref.
12 сентября 2017, 11:25

Kynix Semiconductor Hong Kong Limitedkynix's blog share today--about specialized sensors

Three Fingers Robotic Hand with Specialized Sensors can Estimate Size and Shape of Objects Three fingers on a new soft robotic gripper each have specialized sensors that can estimate the size and shape of an object accurately enough to identify it from a set of multiple items. Robots have many strong suits, but delicacy traditionally hasn't been one of them. Rigid limbs and digits make it difficult for them to grasp, hold, and manipulate a range of everyday objects without dropping or crushing them. Recently, researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have discovered that the solution may be to turn to a substance more commonly associated with new buildings and Silly Putty: silicone. At a conference this month, researchers from CSAIL Director Daniela Rus' Distributed Robotics Lab demonstrated a 3-D-printed robotic hand made out of silicone rubber that can lift and handle objects as delicate as an egg and as thin as a compact disc. Just as impressively, its three fingers have special sensors that can estimate the size and shape of an object accurately enough to identify it from a set of multiple items. "Robots are often limited in what they can do because of how hard it is to interact with objects of different sizes and materials," Rus says. "Grasping is an important step in being able to do useful tasks; with this work we set out to develop both the soft hands and the supporting control and planning systems that make dynamic grasping possible." The paper, which was co-written by Rus and graduate student Bianca Homberg, PhD candidate Robert Katzschmann, and postdoc Mehmet Dogar, will be presented at this month's International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems. The hard science of soft robots The gripper, which can also pick up such items as a tennis ball, a Rubik's cube and a Beanie Baby, is part of a larger body of work out of Rus' lab at CSAIL aimed at showing the value of so-called "soft robots" made of unconventional materials such as silicone, paper, and fiber. Researchers say that soft robots have a number of advantages over "hard" robots, including the ability to handle irregularly-shaped objects, squeeze into tight spaces, and readily recover from collisions. "A robot with rigid hands will have much more trouble with tasks like picking up an object," Homberg says. "This is because it has to have a good model of the object and spend a lot of time thinking about precisely how it will perform the grasp." Soft robots represent an intriguing new alternative. However, one downside to their extra flexibility (or "compliance") is that they often have difficulty accurately measuring where an object is, or even if they have successfully picked it up at all. That's where the CSAIL team's "bend sensors" come in. When the gripper hones in an object, the fingers send back location data based on their curvature. Using this data, the robot can pick up an unknown object and compare it to the existing clusters of data points that represent past objects. With just three data points from a single grasp, the robot's algorithms can distinguish between objects as similar in size as a cup and a lemonade bottle. "As a human, if you're blindfolded and you pick something up, you can feel it and still understand what it is," says Katzschmann. "We want to develop a similar skill in robots—essentially, giving them 'sight' without them actually being able to see." The team is hopeful that, with further sensor advances, the system could eventually identify dozens of distinct objects, and be programmed to interact with them differently depending on their size, shape, and function. How it works(“We want to ... give robots‘sight’ without them actually being able to see,” says MIT grad student Robert Katzschmann. ) Researchers control the gripper via a series of pistons that push pressurized air through the silicone fingers. The pistons cause little bubbles to expand in the fingers, spurring them to stretch and bend. The hand can grip using two types of grasps: "enveloping grasps," where the object is entirely contained within the gripper, and "pinch grasps," where the object is held by the tips of the fingers. Outfitted for the popular Baxter manufacturing robot, the gripper significantly outperformed Baxter's default gripper, which was unable to pick up a CD or piece of paper and was prone to completely crushing items like a soda can. Like Rus' previous robotic arm, the fingers are made of silicone rubber, which was chosen because of its qualities of being both relatively stiff, but also flexible enough to expand with the pressure from the pistons. Meanwhile, the gripper's interface and exterior finger-molds are 3-D-printed, which means the system will work on virtually any robotic platform. In the future, Rus says the team plans to put more time into improving and adding more sensors that will allow the gripper to identify a wider variety of objects. "If we want robots in human-centered environments, they need to be more adaptive and able to interact with objects whose shape and placement are not precisely known," Rus says. "Our dream is to develop a robot that, like a human, can approach an unknown object, big or small, determine its approximate shape and size, and figure out how to interface with it in one seamless motion." Ref.
12 сентября 2017, 11:24

ООО "ТЕРРАЭЛЕКТРОНИКА"Вебинар "Верификация RTOS приложений с использованием глубокого анализа"

Компания Терраэлектроника приглашает всех желающих принять участие в вебинаре, посвященном вопросам использования операционной системы реального времени - RTOS. Мероприятие проводит наш партнер - компания Segger Microcontroller (Германия). Segger – мировой лидер в области разработки программного и аппаратного обеспечения для встраиваемых систем. Сегодня продукция компании по факту стала стандартом во всем мире. Segger оказывает поддержку клиентам на протяжении всего процесса разработки, предлагая доступный, высококачественный и легкий в использовании инструментарий. Компания Терраэлектроника – официальный представитель Segger на территории РФ. Тема вебинара: Верификация RTOS приложений с использованием глубокого анализа Дата проведения: 27 сентября, среда. Время проведения: 12.00 – 13.00 msk или 20.00 – 21.00 msk (можно выбрать во время регистрации) Язык: Английский Ведущий: Джейкоб Бенинго (Jacob Beningo) Программа вебинара: Как выбрать операционную систему реального времени (RTOS) и инструментальные средства Методы быстрой и эффективной настройки среды RTOS Технология успешного создания и планирования задач Как синхронизировать задачи с помощью мьютексов, семафоров и очередей сообщений Методы отладки RTOS приложений Отладка операционной системы Анализ времени выполнения (run-time) Верификация приложений RTOS с использованием глубокого анализа Рекомендации по использованию RTOSво встраиваемых системах Рекомендации по дальнейшему продвижению
11 сентября 2017, 17:02 • Источник: https://www.terraelectronica.ru

СПЕЦЭЛСЕРВИСАлюминиевый корпус G0479F с четырьмя фланцами для крепления по месту установки

Литой корпус из серии G0479F, производства тайваньской компании GAINTA, представляет собой короб с размерами 111 мм в длину, 60 мм в ширину и 54 мм в высоту, изготовленный из алюминиевого сплава 380 (BS1490 LM24). По углам крышки корпуса располагаются четыре фланца для монтажа на стену или по месту установки. Сама крышка крепится к корпусу четырьмя винтами из нержавеющей стали с потайной головкой, которые входят в комплект. Корпус G0479FG имеет защитное порошковое покрытие светло-серого цвета. Корпуса серии G0479F отличаются прочностью конструкции, небольшим весом, удобством и легкостью в механической обработке. Они хорошо подходят для эксплуатации в условиях высокого уровня электромагнитных помех или в неблагоприятных погодных условиях, а также для приборов, выделяющих тепло, так как сам корпус является отличным теплоотводом. Отличительные особенности: - Материал корпуса: сплав алюминия 380 (BS1490 LM24). - Размеры короба: 111 х 60 х 54 мм (ДхШхВ). - Фланцы для крепления по месту установки. - Цвет без покрытия: натуральный алюминий. - Цвет порошкового покрытия: светло-серый (G0479FG). - В комплекте 4 потайных винта из нержавеющей стали. Области применения: датчики, измерительные приборы, сетевые фильтры, распределительные коробки.
11 сентября 2017, 13:13 • Источник: https://www.specelservis.ru

Part Rescue Technology Co LtdXC6SLX150-3FGG484I

The Spartan®-6 family provides leading system integration capabilities with the lowest total cost for high-volume applications. The thirteen-member family delivers expanded densities ranging from 3,840 to 147,443 logic cells, with half the power consumption of previous Spartan families, and faster, more comprehensive connectivity. Built on a mature 45 nm low-power copper process technology that delivers the optimal balance of cost, power, and performance, the Spartan-6 family offers a new, more efficient, dual-register 6-input lookup table (LUT) logic and a rich selection of built-in system-level blocks. These include 18 Kb (2 x 9 Kb) block RAMs, second generation DSP48A1 slices, SDRAM memory controllers, enhanced mixed-mode clock management blocks, SelectIO™ technology, poweroptimized high-speed serial transceiver blocks, PCI Express® compatible Endpoint blocks, advanced system-level power management modes, auto-detect configuration options, and enhanced IP security with AES and Device DNA protection. These features provide a lowcost programmable alternative to custom ASIC products with unprecedented ease of use. Spartan-6 FPGAs offer the best solution for high-volume logic designs, consumer-oriented DSP designs, and cost-sensitive embedded applications. Spartan-6 FPGAs are the programmable silicon foundation for Targeted Design Platforms that deliver integrated software and hardware components that enable designers to focus on innovation as soon as their development cycle begins. Member of Efind.ru,Chipfind.ru,Net Components, TBF, ICS, HKI, Allparts ANSI/ESD-S20.20 certified and ISO 9001:2008 certified Tel: 0086-27-59722088-8038 Fax: 0086-27-59722089 Cell: 0086 188-7187-8389 Email: pavel@partrescue.com Team Skype: cynthia.partrescue Web: www.partrescue.net Сильные бренды: ADI. ATMEL. ALTERA. ACTEL. XILINX. TI. TQ. LT. MAXIM. MicroChip | Микросхемы для Роскосмоса и АРМИИ
11 сентября 2017, 10:55

Grand Power Trading Co.,LtdHD6475348CP16 HD6475348CP10 H8/536 Emulator PC Interface , STOCK

Shenzhen Grand Power Trading Co.,Ltd 2939,Guoli Bldg,Zhenhua Rd.,Futian Shenzhen Guangdong China, 518031 Tel:(86)755 83794972 Fax:(86)755 83677875 Skype:tomtom221968 Email: RFQ@commercialic.com Web:www.grandpowertrading.com
11 сентября 2017, 08:08

Part Rescue Technology Co LtdLTC2208IUP#PBF

The LTC®2208 is a 130Msps, sampling 16-bit A/D converter designed for digitizing high frequency, wide dynamic range signals with input frequencies up to 700MHz. The input range of the ADC can be optimized with the PGA front end. The LTC2208 is perfect for demanding communications applications, with AC performance that includes 78dBFS Noise Floor and 100dB spurious free dynamic range (SFDR). Ultra low jitter of 70fsRMS allows undersampling of high input frequencies with excellent noise performance. Maximum DC specs include ±4LSB INL, ±1LSB DNL (no missing codes). The digital output can be either differential LVDS or single-ended CMOS. There are two format options for the CMOS outputs: a single bus running at the full data rate or demultiplexed buses running at half data rate. A separate output power supply allows the CMOS output swing to range from 0.5V to 3.6V. The ENC+ and ENC– inputs may be driven differentially or single-ended with a sine wave, PECL, LVDS, TTL or CMOS inputs. An optional clock duty cycle stabilizer allows high performance at full speed with a wide range of clock duty cycles. Member of Efind.ru,Chipfind.ru,Net Components, TBF, ICS, HKI, Allparts ANSI/ESD-S20.20 certified and ISO 9001:2008 certified Tel: 0086-27-59722088-8038 Fax: 0086-27-59722089 Cell: 0086 188-7187-8389 Email: pavel@partrescue.com Team Skype: cynthia.partrescue Web: www.partrescue.net Сильные бренды: ADI. ATMEL. ALTERA. ACTEL. XILINX. TI. TQ. LT. MAXIM. MicroChip | Микросхемы для Роскосмоса и АРМИИ
8 сентября 2017, 09:23

СПЕЦЭЛСЕРВИСИспользуйте датчик ВИКО-И-162-М18 для обнаружения объектов на дистанции до 16мм

Бесконтактный индуктивный датчик ВИКО-И-162-М18, производства компании МЕАНДР, является электронным устройством, обнаруживающим ферромагнитные и диамагнитные металлические объекты в зоне его действия на расстоянии до 16 мм. Датчик применяется в системах управления в качестве конечного выключателя в станочном оборудовании, автоматических конвейерных линий, датчика положения и подсчета продукции. Датчик ВИКО-И-162-М18 выполнен в виде покрытого никелем латунного цилиндра с резьбой М18, а его подключение происходит с помощью кабеля длиной 2 метра. Чувствительный элемент датчика представлен в виде катушки индуктивности, возбуждаемой генератором, с магнитопроводом открытым в сторону активной поверхности. При попадании объекта в рабочую зону катушки изменяется индуктивность контура, при этом амплитуда колебаний генератора резко уменьшается. Амплитуда колебаний определенного уровня регистрируется оценочной схемой датчика и преобразуется в выходной сигнал. Отличительные особенности: - Реагируют на ферромагнитные и диамагнитные металлические объекты. - Регулятор чувствительности для различных материалов. - Защита от переполюсовки питающего напряжения. - Защита выхода от индуктивных выбросов. - Номинальное расстояние срабатывания: 16 мм. - Стандартный объект воздействия: 48х48х1 мм (квадратная пластина из стали Ст3). - Частота срабатывания: не более 500 Гц. - Постоянное напряжение питания: 10…30 В. - Металлический корпус. - Масса датчика: 100 гр.
8 сентября 2017, 08:30 • Источник: https://www.specelservis.ru

Grand Power Trading Co.,LtdOnline trading shop: https://szgrandpower.en.alibaba.com/

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7 сентября 2017, 07:06

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