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Low cost single cell battery pack simulator

via Dangerous Prototypes


Mare writes:

There are many battery cell simulators available which could simulate battery cell(s). Unfortunately, none is emulating any of the digital protocols used by fuel gauge devices. Optimal solution to efficiently emulate given smart battery pack is to use custom solution based on battery cell simulator and fuel gauge protocol emulator. Both parts could be fused together in small, but efficient smart battery pack emulator.

  • complete battery cell simulation
  • fast response time
  • unlimited cycle use
  • flexible fuel gauge protocol emulation
  • use of a standard interface for integration in automated test equipment

More details at Mare & Gal Electronics homepage.

Yet another ARM development tutorial

via Dangerous Prototypes


ARM development tutorial at smdprutser.nl:

It has been a while since I wrote about ARM development. I recently made a Black Magic Probe (BMP) clone which acts different then the original. The BMP can source power to the target, but on my version control signal is inverted. Not a big deal, but can give unintentional results and has to be fixed. Just for my own memory I wrote down all the steps involved in setting it up and shared it in order to be useful for others.

See the full post on smdprutser blog.