DC Motor board with ZDev

In this second article, in the DC Motor series, we provide sample code to use the DC Motor Board with ZDev on the ZKit-ARM-1343. If you haven’t, you might want to read the DC motor board functionality described in the blog article DC Motor Board, Getting Started, before reading this article.

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Audio Board with NuttX

In this second article, in the Audio Board series, we provide sample code to use the Audio Board with NuttX running on ZKit-ARM-1769. If you haven’t, you might want to read the Audio Board functionality described in the blog article Audio Board, Getting Started, before reading this article.

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Seven Segment Board with NuttX

In this second installment, in the Seven Segment series we are going to see how to interface the Seven Segment Display Board with NuttX. If you haven’t, you might want to read the Seven Segment board fundamentals described in the blog article Seven Segment Board, Getting Started, before reading this article.

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Remote temperature monitor using ZKit-ARM-1769

Remote temperature monitor is a device to push temperature sensor data from a remote location to a central server. The data is then made available through a web interface. This article shows how to build a simple remote temperature monitor.

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Stepper Motor Board with ZIO

In this, third installment in the stepper motor seris, we are going to learn about interfacing a stepper motor to the ZIO board. If you haven’t, you might want to read the stepper motor fundamentals described in the blog article Stepper Motor, Getting Started, before reading this article.

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Temperature Sensor Board with ZIO

In this article, we will see how we can use ZIO and Python to prototype an embedded system and how ZIO and Python simplifies an engineer’s work. We will use ZIO’s Python API to read temperature from Zilogic’s Temperature Sensor Board.

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Getting Started with pySerial

pySerial is a Python API module to access the serial port. pySerial provides a uniform API across multiple operating systems, including Windows, Linux, and BSD. This article explains how to use the pySerial API to access a serial port.

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