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fb2_assembly

Finger Board II assembly instructions. Construction notes: This kit requires good soldering techniques due to its small size. Tools necessary: A fine tip soldering iron and a good wire cutter. Recommended tools: Mechanical clamp-known as a third hand, fine solder wick to remove excess solder. Caution: Integrated

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avrcpld

EAS AVRCPLD is our Atmel microcontroller/Xilinx CPLD digital design development board. Compatible with AVR AT90S8515/ATmega8515 processors and Xilinx XC9572/XC95108 CPLD’s. Our development board includes on board parallel port programmers for both the AVR and Xilinx chips, no external programmer required. AVRCPLD digital development board AVRCPLD schematic (.pdf), layout (.pdf)

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rover

EAS ROVER The Rover was created to show how a robotic base can be made utilizing the Finger Board as the embedded controller. One of the design goals was to keep it simple and inexpensive but with enough flexibility to add additional sensors. Standard radio

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related_sites

Here are some related Internet sites on Electronics and Robotics. Have fun. Microcontroller Electronics Hobby A good site for DIY electronic projects. 6.270 Autonomous Robot Design Competition MIT’s 6.270 robotics course home page. 6.270 FTP site MIT’s 6.270 FTP site. Alex’s Library Online guide to

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fb1

EAS Finger Board is a 68HC11 based mini controller board for your robotics and interface projects. Finger Board was created as a compact general purpose embedded controller to be used for robotics, data logging, smart instruments, and custom control applications. It can run Interactive C

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picmee

EAS Picmee is our smallest single board microcontroller with built in programmer. Picmee F84 microcontroller Picmee schematic (.pdf), layout (.pdf), and parts list. Specifications: Microchip PIC16F84 or similiar pin compatible processor. Dallas DS1302 real time clock. Two channel Linear Technology LTC1298 12 bit A/D. TWS433 RF transmitter. Compact size 2.45″

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pic877fb

EAS PIC877FB is our Microchip single board microcontroller based on the PIC16F877 processor. PIC877FB microcontroller PIC877FB schematic (.pdf), layout (.pdf) and parts list. Image coming soon… Specifications: Microchip PIC16F877 RISC microcontroller. 8-Kbyte In-System programmable Flash Program Memory, 368 byte internal SRAM, 256 Byte EEPROM. Up to 20Mhz clock input. 44

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xiprog

EAS XIprog is our in-circuit Xilinx JTAG programmer. It can be used to program Xilinx FPGA and CPLD’s using the pc parallel port. XIprog programmer XIprog schematic (.pdf), layout (.pdf), and parts list. Specifications: Circuit based on Xilinx Parallel Download Cable schematic. Male DB25 connector to PC parallel port. Low

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signal

Signal conditioning boards for use on our data acquisition and microcontroller boards. Instrumentation Amplifier Based an Analog Devices AD620 low cost instrumentation amplifier chip. Instrumentation Amplifier schematic (.pdf), layout (.pdf). Specifications: Jumper selectable 1,10,100,1000 gain. Wheatstone Bridge strain gauge input. Professional quality board with silkscreen. Power requirements: Requires external

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pprog

EAS Pprog is our in-circuit Microchip PIC programmer. Pprog programmer Pprog schematic (.pdf), layout (.pdf) and parts list. Specifications: Can be used to program any PIC microcontroller that ICprog supports. Male DB25 connector to PC parallel port. 6 pin programming header to connect to target cpu board. Compact size, 2″

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updates

Please send all orders to: Embedded Acquisition Systems 2517 Cobden Street Sterling Heights , Michigan 48310 c/o Kin Fong Please have checks made payable to Kin Fong We buy most of our electronic parts from Digikey. If the item is out of stock or no longer

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orderinginfo

All bare pcboards are currently in stock and available for immediate shipment. You may send us a check/money order or use one of the online payments systems with shipping and handling charge added to your order. For latest update info, please check the What’s New

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md_faq

MiniDaq FAQ The board appears erratic with voltages stuck high. We have noticed that not all parallel port provide enough power for the minidaq. In this case we recommend using an external power source. A 6 to12 volt supply can be used. We found it is

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fb2_partlist

Parts list for Finger Board II Bill Of Materials, all parts can be found from Radio Shack, Digikey, and Jameco. All resistors ½ Watt or less. All similar parts found on “Handy Board” can also be used on Finger Board. Item # Quantity Part Reference

electric knife sharpeners

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