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Subject: Re: General purpose PID controller chips ?

Date: 08/09/00 at 9:43 PM
Posted by: Ray
E-mail: rerogers@gte.net
Message Posted:

In Reply to: Re: General purpose PID controller chips ? posted by Darren on 08/08/00 at 7:13 PM:

Suggestions: TI's MSP430F (flash) is capable of operating
as a A/D (dual slope) and has PWM output built in.
It could do it; if you can get it to work. I have a
"kickstart" kit that doesn't work and TI support was
worthless. IAR (the people supplying the software)
finally gave me needed advice.
Also I think Analog devices has a line that might
be similiar. I am looking into them; because of my
experience with the TI chip and support.
In other words, if your going to do something do it
now before the IC people vertically intergrate your
market out of existance.


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