Application Notes

Last Update: May 21, 2024 @ 18:22

These pages provide detailed discussions of specific applications using PiXCL products. Some are ideas we worked on as the Decaf boards were developed, while others are ideas or projects sent in by users.

You can download the latest 10MB PiXCL  help file and look at what PiXCL can do.  Please note that for security reasons, Windows blocks downloaded CHM content display: you will need to use File Explorer–>Properties to unblock it. If you are running linux, you can use the xchm utility app (install if required with sudo apt-get install xchm ). This has been tested with ubuntu 20.04 and the latest Raspbian.

Getting started with Decaf boards.

Decaf boards with Phidgets sensors.

Using PiXCL Relay boards.

Accessing Decaf boards under linux.

Decaf RPi Zero WiFi sensor nodes.

Here’s some notes on using STM32CubeMX generated projects.

Custom USB HID using STM32CubeMX and TrueStudio.

Calibrating the Decaf Real Time Clock.

Interfacing LCD Modules: the LCD_Init problem. 

Comparing graphics speed: M4 vs. M3

Interrupt Vector Relocation : Cortex-M3

Timer4 PWM not working: STM32F103VE

Adding an SPI LCD to the IOC-M-2

Adding an SPI 10M Ethernet PHY

Configuring an IOC-M-411 on a LAN

Networked IoT Products and Related Devices in  R & D

LCD + Ethernet         LCD + Wi-Fi        ESPRESSObin

Android 4 LCD Panel Upgrade

Running PiXCL on Ubuntu, using WINE  environment 

Upgrading the Pine A64+ Operating System

Not exactly embedded tech, just automotive electronic issue that’s been solved …

2005 Subaru Alarm stuck in Valet mode

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