The TSOC_PSoC4L is a PSoC4 (Programmable System on Chip) based board with integrated USB and Li-Po battery power and charging functions, in an Embedded Module format for the new thingSoC, Internet of Things open standard.
The TSOC_GROVEY_ONE is a ATMEGA328 based CPU board in an Embedded Module format for the new thingSoC, Internet of Things open standard. The TSOC_GROVEY_ONE allows you to leverage the large amount of software and libraries available under the Arduino IDE embedded applications.
The TSOC_Teensy3x is an adapter board for the excellent Teensy Development Board from PJRC. The TSOC_Teensy3x allows you to connect thingSoC, Mikrobus, and/or Grove System Modules all at the same time, either standalone, or with any other thingSoC Processor or Radio module. This gives you maximum flexiblity for sensor and actuator selection and reuse.
TSOC_GROVEY_I2CHUB is a four(4) port I2C Hub/Switch board, an Embedded Module for thingSoC. The TSOC_GROVEY_I2CHUB allows you to connect thingSoC, Mikrobus, and/or Grove System Modules all at the same time, with any processor module. This gives you maximum flexiblity for sensor and actuator selection, and reuse. The TSOC_GROVEY_I2CHUB can operate at either 3.3V or 5V, and can also level translate 3.3V processor I2C bus to 5V peripherals when needed.
The TSOC_NEOLED is a PSoC4 (Programmable System on Chip) based board with integrated WS2812 (a.k.a Adafruit NeoPixel) programmable LED driver, in an Embedded Module format for the new thingSoC, Internet of Things open standard.
TSOC-ESP8266 includes an 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi module, operating as a client and/or an Access Point, along with an GPIO Expander to provide an additional 16 Input/Output pins for the thingSoC Socket, and an RGB LED for USER status, with additonal LEDS for Battery Charger Status and USB Status. The TSOC-ESP8266 accepts any thingSoC or Mikrobus module, to provide Wi-Fi to almost anything as a bridge, including RS-232, RS-485, GSM, GPS, BLTE, motor control, analog sensors, and much more.
The I2C_Devicetree reference design project uses a programmable System-on-Chip (SoC) with a Cortex-M0 CPU, in a small 28 Pin TSSOP package, to emulate an I2C EEPROM using the FLASH memory of the SoC, which creates an "intelligent memory" device. The I2C_Devicetree reference design project is intended to make it easier for people to create their own custom expansion boards for Beaglebone, Raspberry Pi, FMC/IPMI, and other platforms that require the use of a I2C EEPROM for automatic product identification, pin mapping, and configuration.
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This is the example project for the Touch Widgets Library How-To, and in this how-to example, we have made a small Arduino Form Factor Shield/Board that includes a few different touch widgets, and will be compatible with a number of different Arduino boards.
The Videre LCD Controller shield provides a color backlit display for the Arduino form factor, or for standalone use. The Videre includes a PSoC4 microcontroller, which is based on the ARM Cortex-M0 processor and includes programmable analog and digital blocks. Like most PatternAgents shield patterns you can use a set of configuration jumpers to control Videre from either the UART (CLI), I2C/Two-Wire Bus, or the SPI interface - giving you the maximum flexibility to configure your other shields without I/O conflicts.
TinySoc is a simple USB based Programmable System-on-Chip that you can either plug into a breadboard, or solder wires directly on to the board for embedded applications. PatternAgents TinySoc gives you several analog and digital channels that you can program.
Caldi lets you "see" an 8x8 array of heat sensors via communication on the standard I2C bus. Caldi uses the new Pansonic "Grid-EYE" Pyro-Infra-Red Array Sensor, for low resolution thermal imaging.
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- Small Form Factor Auto-Configuration
- MinnowBoard Lures Library
- Touch Widgets - Best Practices
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