The TDA5051A lighting control demo consists of a master controller and a slave lighting controller. The master controller uses the High-Bay board, which consists of the LPC1114 microcontroller, the TDA5051A PLM IC, and power management circuitry.
Touchscreen controls have become widely adopted throughout industry, however, a touchscreen can be impractical in situations where hygiene is a priority, such as in the food industry or healthcare, or where gloves are worn for protection.
In this video, Dean Anderson introduces us to the D40ML magnetic locking switch from Omron Automation. This highly tamper resistant device is great for process protection in machine safeguarding applications.
Sensor nodes with wireless links can connect up millions of devices to provide much higher levels of monitoring and be controlled remotely, all without human intervention. Sometimes though, human input is still required.
Demonstration circuit 1894B is a daisy-chainable isoSPI battery-stack monitor featuring the LTC®6804-1. These boards can be linked through a 2-wire isolated serial interface to monitor any number of cells on a stack.