Status: In Production
The PAC1932 is a dual power monitor and energy monitor that reports on bus voltage and sense voltage 16-bits of resolution. Power is reported as a simultaneous product of two 16-bit independent bus and sense voltages. All registers are accessible through I2C / SMBus including an 8 sample average for reading stability.
This board enables easy connection of the PAC1934 to power sources and loads for power monitoring and energy metering. On-board current sense resistors for high side current sensing. It has USB connection to PC for power and data, or you may use I2C direct connection to your digital controller. On board square wave current generator for demo purposes. GUI available, detailed User's Guide.
USB Type C Power and Energy Meter based on Microchip’s PAC1934, a Quad DC Power/Energy Monitor with Accumulation IC.
The PAC1934 USB C PowerMeter provides a high precision approach for measuring the power consumption over an USB Type-C bus. The on-board OLED display and navigation switch make it easy to swap between different measurement screens.
USB Type C...
USB Type A Power and Energy Meter based on Microchip’s PAC1934.
It measures USB voltage and current, automatically calculates instantaneous power and accumulates power over time, making it suitable for power and energy monitoring. It features PAC1934, a Quad DC Power/Energy Monitor with Accumulation IC.
The power meter features a user-friendly joystick control...
The MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 for PIC32 MCUs provides the ability to evaluate the performance of the MCP3564. It also provides a development platform for 32-bit PIC® device based applications, using existing 100-pin PIC microcontroller Plug-in Module (PIM) systems that are compatible with the Explorer 16 and other high-pin count PIC32 device-based demo boards. The system comes with a...
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