racingmini_mtl wrote:The 4 TPM1 timer input are only for PWM inputs at this time. And you can use PTE4 and PTE5 as digital I/Os but then you can no longer use the I2C port. If you never plan on using it for AFR data or LED displays, it's fine but it would still be a good idea if you can use another channel simply to keep your options open. Other I2C devices might be supported in the future (nothing planned at this time).
SethU wrote:Is there any chance this would wire right up to the serial port on the TinyIOx? Intuition is telling me "that" would just be too easy.
dontz125 wrote:Both are very robust little beasts for their size. Just check your frequency on the N-FET; those IntelliFETs are -slow-, rated in usec, when other N-FETs are rated in ns. For something like a 100Hz boost control solenoid, it probably doesn't matter.
Are you sure you meant to select a SOD323 device? I screwed myself up once doing that, ordering 323 when the design and pads were for a SOD123 case. Oops ...
When I first got into SMD I was hand soldering everything, and it got a little tricky at times. Most of the stuff I started working with was 1206 and SOIC8, then as I got more confident I dropped to 0805 and SOT-3. I've tried 0603 and SOT363, and it takes a steady hand. I didn't bother with 0402,and just shook my head at 0201.SethU wrote:Some came a little too big and others were darn near microscopic.
racingmini_mtl wrote:Running a separate 12V for high current/noisy outputs (such as PWM outputs) is not a bad idea and that's what I have on my full size IOx board.
dontz125 wrote:I ... wow. My admiration for your patience, but there comes a moment when it's easier to download a free copy of Eagle, and order $9.95 worth of boards from Itead, or Seeed, or Elecrow ...
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