This is my second installment on using PLX-DAQ as an easy method of sending data from an Arduino or any AVR related MCU to Excel. Here I will be showing you how to process the data into a graphical chart for plotting it’s values…the easy way 🙂
These are the capabilities of this technology, and with the advent of 3d printing and 21st century design software, projects such as mine and others like it, will continue to provide fresh innovations for the market place, and a vehicle for the citizen scientist to deliver technological modernization to under developed regions in desperate need of it.
Source: *Data Update* 8-Bit CCD Driver Circuit (TCD1304DG)
This is the 2nd installment for the V3.01 Turret Grating Controller project for the 3D printable Raman spectrometer project. Below is a link to the video @ my YouTube channel demonstrating the newest functionality and […]
So I have decided to go ahead and build the fast 8 bit drive instead because I already know that it works flawlessly, and can still read all 3648 pixels from the CCD, It reads 3694 pixels, but the first 30 and the last 16 are dark reference or dummy pixels and are discarded.
I have already drawn the schematic using Design Spark and will post the gerber files so you can order your own PCB and build it. I am including the BOM also.