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GGtag has joined Microchip Get Launched, Sensor Watch has released a new Lite design, and both BeanCounter and DAQiFi Nyquist 1 are now in stock.
Help us welcome GGtag to Microchip Get Launched. GGtag is a compact e-paper badge that can be programmed with a web interface, USB serial, or sound! GGtag uses a Microchip ATtiny85 microcontroller to emulate 125 kHz RFID tags (ASK and FSK).
Sensor Watch creator Joey Castillo has introduced a simplified, streamlined design of his hackable upgrade to a classic Casio wristwatch - meet Sensor Watch Lite! The Microchip SAM L22 microcontroller at the heart of Sensor Watch Lite is an ARM Cortex M0+ chip with 256 KB of Flash and 32 KB of RAM, running at up to 32 MHz. Joey gave a talk at Teardown 2023 on using the SAM L22 in budget-focused designs entitled, Making the Most of Your Microcontoller.
BeanCounter, a simple, battery-powered, pocket-sized, open-source parts counter for 8-mm cut tape and partial reels, is now in stock! The 8-bit wonder at the center of it all is a Microchip ATTINY861V-10MU.
DAQiFi Nyquist 1, a self-contained, mobile-connected, battery-powered, wireless data acquisition device, is now in stock! It’s perfect for general data acquisition applications where economical, feature-rich DAQs are required. At the heart of Nyquist 1 is the Microchip PIC32MZ, complemented by the Microchip ATWINC1510 for wireless connectivity and the Microchip DSC1001 for a stable clock.