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ARM Microcontroller for Beginners Course

Postby Elektor Editor » Wed Jan 28, 2015 10:19 am

A dedicated topic on the ARM Microcontroller for Beginners Course started in edition 1/ 2015 (January & February) is available on the German forum. Author Viacheslav Gromov is available there to answer questions and discuss issues. Viacheslav communicates in English.

Go to: Board index --> DEUTSCH--> Foren zu Elektor_Projekten --> ARM-COURSE
http://forum.elektor.com/viewforum.php?f=2698581

happy programming!
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Re: ARM Microcontroller for Beginners Course

Postby bilalmalikuet » Sun Jul 23, 2017 8:50 am

Do you have any link for stm32 microcontroller tutorials?
I love to read microcontroller project and electrical projects ideas from Microcontrollers lab. I love to develop useful products using microcontroller for my lab.
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Re: ARM Microcontroller for Beginners Course

Postby Corporatefilms123 » Thu Apr 19, 2018 6:19 pm

Hi all,

Recently,I would like to buy a TRIAC with four pins to instead of my old one which has six pins.My specific situation is:
1). Controlling the on-off of thyristor converter whitle it doesn’t need to review the zero detection.
2).Now the bidrectional controlled silicon I used is MOC3021, straight pin, six pins
3).Because the the controlling circuit is so more and the six pins take up a lot of room.I would like to change it.

Could you recommend me one with four pins in a bottom price? The new TRAIC need to be similar to my old one. This is my MOC3021’s datasheet.

Thanks a million.


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