Do you need an active load? Check out Re:load Pro using the PSoC 4 on Kickstarter | Cypress Semiconductor
Do you need an active load? Check out Re:load Pro using the PSoC 4 on Kickstarter
While perusing Kickstarter, I ran across an active load device which uses the PSoC 4. The Re:load Pro provides a constant current load for testing your projects. It is a second generation device by Nick Johnson of Arachnid Labs. The Pro adds a USB interface for power and monitoring, and a backlit display for showing the voltage and current to the original Re:load device.
The £65 Re:load Pro features include:
What's inside the box?
The Re:load Pro's heart is a PSoC 4 microcontroller, from Cypress. The PSoC 4 combines an ARM Cortex M0 processor with configurable digital and analog blocks, making it possible to design incredibly flexible digital and analog solutions. This is ideal for the Re:load Pro, because it both cuts down on external components, which reduces cost and improves reliability, and makes it more flexible since a greater degree of the circuit is under firmware control.
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