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Turning an Arduino into a Modbus Device

A situation arises where you have a system that includes a PLC, an HMI, and some peripheral devices. The HMI displays some information to a user and allows for some basic control and the PLC manages data collection and communication th...


DMC to Participate in Manufacturing Connectivity Webinar

DMC will participate in a free webinar panel discussing how to get started with connectivity in your manufacturing operations on August 16 at 1 p.m. CST. DMC Project Director Nick Shea will join Matteo Dariol and Tobias Conz of Bosch Software In...


Low Cost Function Generator Amplifier DIY

Introduction A majority of function generators are only capable of driving a couple of hundred milliamps, which is fine for most applications. If you want more output current, you can shell out $400 dollars for a professional signal generator...


Cooking Up New Ideas (and BBQ) at DMC's FedEx Day

DMC recently held another one of our favorite company-wide traditions... FedEx Day! On FedEx Day, everyone in the company takes a break from their day-to-day tasks and works on a project that they think will improve DMC. It's a great opportunity ...


CMSIS-Pack Integration with TrueSTUDIO & Atmel Studio 7

In this blog, we'll take a look at how CMSIS-Pack is being integrated with TrueSTUDIO and Atmel Studio 7, two IDEs (integrated development environments) that are commonly used among embedded folks here at DMC. But first... Wh...


Creating a Linux Image for the Siemens IoT2000 Series

This blog was last updated on 4/13/2017. The process for generating the Siemens IOT2000 Yocto image may have changed. The newly released Siemens IOT2000 series of controllers offer the flexibility of hobbyist Linux or Arduino platforms with the ru...


How to Create an Automated Weather Display with Weather2 and BeagleBone

DMC Denver has been enjoying another great ski season. Every year, we find ourselves frequently checking weather forecasts and snow reports to track how much snow our favorite mountains are getting. So during a recent FedEx Day, I decided t...


Nucleo UART Tutorial

Introduction This tutorial covers the creation of a simple embedded project from the ground up that allows an ST Nucleo development board to talk to your PC using UART serial communication. It is used at DMC to introduce new engineers or engineers...


Using IoT, a Particle Internet Button, and Slack to Feed a Fish

"Stevie is a fish. Stevie has no motors. Stevie prefers that you don’t tap on the tank. Stevie doesn’t know what Wi-Fi is. This is a picture of a computer. It’s not a fish. Stevie is a fish! I bet Stevie wishes he had hand...


Using Segger Real Time Transfer with an EFM32

Today, I want to detail a couple of cool tricks to use Segger Real Time Transfer with an EFM32 to create an easy-to-view trace log. Segger Real Time Transfer, or RTT for short, is a debugging interface designed specifically around the J-Lin...


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