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Old 02-06-2013, 05:07 PM   #16
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are they different parts to be assembly together?
must buy?
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Old 02-06-2013, 08:59 PM   #17
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are they different parts to be assembly together?
must buy?
The main board is a separate purchase from the various Shields boards. If you want something complete, you probably should look at what you have suggested yourself earlier on.

I'm just suggesting something you can try out, you have to do the research
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Old 03-06-2013, 11:23 AM   #18
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This is the layout I am using

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Is it possible to control the microprocessor using the RS232 interfaces,
such that when DI is 3 then I will trigger an alarm to send an email to the server?
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Old 04-06-2013, 07:48 PM   #20
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ADAM-4501 is DOS based controller. You need to write software using Borland C and compile it in DOS mode to controller the RS232/485 etc that is on this device.
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ADAM-4501 is DOS based controller. You need to write software using Borland C and compile it in DOS mode to controller the RS232/485 etc that is on this device.
That's quite ancient, not that you can't do DOS nowadays, but after looking at the spec, seems pretty ancient. Even the recent RaspberryPI can do much better

@TS: What the compelling reason to stick with RS232 if all you want is to survey the voltage on a single input line of 12V ? Even the RaspberryPI can do that with all the bells and whistles of a complete Linux to do fanciful things after that.
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:59 AM   #22
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You need a board with firmware for TCP stack if you need internet/SMTP.

For FYP, you can use Arduino Ethernet. Its cheaper.

For commercial, I use this board for my product development. CCS, Inc. - Embedded Internet Development Kit
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Old 05-06-2013, 11:07 AM   #23
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Is there any got tutorials on microcontroller for beginners?

and any good software to extract the features of the microcontrollers?

it is for commericial usage already.

where can I buy this?

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Old 05-06-2013, 11:18 AM   #24
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I am trying to search

how to draw GPS interface with a microcontrollers
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Can things like solid works and autocad draw electrical components
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Old 05-06-2013, 01:56 PM   #26
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Can things like solid works and autocad draw electrical components
3D models ? Solid works definitely. Autocad definitely can but the learning curve is steeper, Autocad has various versions that gear towards different professionals.

My experience with Solidworks is it is largely a modelling and simulation system, it has very interesting modelling techniques where you can easily extrude, cut, loft and using various approach to put geometric shapes together. While it can do curve surfaces pretty well too, I personally think it excel in geometric shapes better.
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3D models ? Solid works definitely. Autocad definitely can but the learning curve is steeper, Autocad has various versions that gear towards different professionals.

My experience with Solidworks is it is largely a modelling and simulation system, it has very interesting modelling techniques where you can easily extrude, cut, loft and using various approach to put geometric shapes together. While it can do curve surfaces pretty well too, I personally think it excel in geometric shapes better.
how about electrical circuitry and components?

can I use things like visio to do the jobs?
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how about electrical circuitry and components?
SolidWorks 2013: SolidWorks Electrical - YouTube
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Is this a company work, or your own hobby ? Forgive me for saying, surely for such information, you ought to do some research right ?
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