The CW3002 is the USB dedicated charging controller IC, which is fully compatible with BC1.2 and other non-BC1.2 standards like YT/D1591-2009, Apple charging specification (for i-Pad & i-Phones) and specs from Samsung Galaxy family.
The IC is used to facilitate charging procedure when most of the mainstream handheld devices are detected.
The M16C/62M group of single-chip microcomputers are built using the high-performance silicon gate CMOS process using a M16C/60 Series CPU core and are packaged in a 100-pin plastic molded QFP. These single-chip microcomputers operate using sophisticated instructions featuring a high level of instruction efficiency.
The Majenko Technologies Micro Pulse Rifle Counter Module is an incredibly small embedded development board aimed at individuals wishing to add a basic counter display to replica film props and similar projects. The module is designed to be powered from batteries and be simple to wire to external peripherals, such as buttons, switches, LEDs and other suitable devices.
The Majenko Technologies Pulse Rifle FX Module is a small embedded development board aimed at individuals wishing to add extra effects to replica film props and similar projects. The module is designed to be powered from batteries and be simple to wire to external peripherals, such as buttons, switches, speakers and other suitable devices.
The chipKIT™ Lenny development board is a PIC32- based USB interface and prototyping board. It is designed to interface directly with a computer’s USB port and provide a number of USB functions including CDC/ACM serial and HID Keyboard and Mouse.
The Majenko Technologies SDXL board is based loosely around the design of the popular Fubarino SD board created by Brian Schmalz. It is a PIC32 based development board providing access to the full range of peripherals available in the top of the range PIC32MX795F512H microcontroller.
In a full production environment it is often desirable to be able to install the firmware on a device without needing either the source code or a full IDE environment with which to perform the upload. This is especially important when dealing with proprietary or copyrighted source code where distributing the source code to third parties would not be appropriate.
The chipKIT™ programming environment API provides a complete abstraction layer around the internal PIC32™ interrupt subsystem. The functions provided allow the complete manipulation of the interrupts at runtime without burdening the user with the requirement of low-level knowledge of the inner workings of the interrupts.