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NEW VIDEO: An Introduction to the Promira Serial Platform

 
FEATURED BLOGS: Applications Incorporating GPIOs
 

SPONSORSHIP: Duke University - Hyperloop Team

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New Video: An Introduction to the Promira Serial Platform

 

The Promira Serial Platform is Total Phase's most advanced serial device. Through its FGPA-based design and configurable applications, users can access a range of speeds, features, and capabilities for I2C, SPI, and eSPI applications - all from one device.

In this video, we'll delve into the Promira Serial Platform and discuss its ability to emulate I2C and SPI master and slave devices at high speeds, with options for integrated level shifting, Ethernet connectivity, Dual/Quad SPI programming, and much more.

An Introduction to the Promira Serial Platform


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Featured Blogs: Applications Incorporating GPIOs


Does your I2C, SPI, or CAN project incorporate the use of GPIOs?

Recently, we've added a new blog to our Control Center Serial Software blog series featuring the GPIO functionality. Take a deeper dive into how to utilize the General Purpose IO as a standalone or coupled with I2C and SPI:

  

Control Center Serial Software Series: General Purpose IO

 

Additionally, we've released some how-to blogs answering specific GPIO questions from our customers.

Learn how to configure the GPIO pins on the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter to handle input or output data with your target devices:

Which Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter Pins Can Be Made Available for GPIO Signals and How Are They Controlled?

Find out how to use mask fields to configure the GPIO pins on the Komodo CAN Duo Interface using the Komodo Software API:

How Do I Configure GPIO Pins Using the Komodo Software API?

Sponsorship: Duke University - Hyperloop Team

Total Phase has proudly sponsored numerous nonprofit and student organizations over the years through the donation of our debugging and development tools.

The Hyperloop Team at Duke University is one organization we've had the pleasure in supporting as they research and develop the Hyperloop concept, which involves a high-speed transportation system that uses near-vacuum tubes to allow pressurized vehicle pods to travel up to 700 mph. This year, the team will be competing in the 2021 SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition.


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To ensure successful operation of their own Hyperloop pod, this team has used our Komodo CAN Duo Interface and CAN/I2C Activity Board Pro to assist with debugging and developing its electronic components. For example, the Komodo CAN Duo Interface is used to monitor data readings from the navigation sensors, while the CAN/I2C Activity Board Pro helps troubleshoot the connection of the Komodo interface with Sparton navigation tools.
 

Learn more about this team and their project here.

If your nonprofit or educational group is interested in being sponsored by Total Phase, please email us at sales@totalphase.com.

Spotlight: Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter

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Have used the product for programming SPI EEPROMs that contain the main program for the nRF9E5 Nordic Semiconductor CPU for some months now and it is working every time. Good product.

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- Bard S.
 

Learn more about the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter

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