2014 CTN, PT, JHB & 1/2 day DURBAN Microchip

CTN, PT, JHB
& 1/2 day DURBAN
2014 Microchip
Technical Summer School
Venues & Dates
For more information please email:
[email protected]
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Durban morning
Cape Town:
Pretoria – Day 1:
Johannesburg:
Pretoria – Day 2:
17 October 2014
21 October 2014
22 October 2014
23 October 2014
24 October 2014
CAPE TOWN, PRETORIA &
JOHANNESBURG
(DURBAN MORNING SESSION ON PG 4/5)
4 Lecturers Presenting 8 NEW classes
CTN & JHB: Two parallel classes of 4 lectures each will be presented by 4 lecturers
Seating in each of the two lecture rooms is limited, so early seating secures your place
Pretoria: The 8 lectures will be split over 2 days : 22nd and 24th Oct’14
Venues & Dates
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Cape Town:
Pretoria:
Johannesburg
University of Stellenbosch Bellville
University of Pretoria
(split over 2 days)
Military History Museum
21 October 2014
22 & 24 October 2014
23 October 2014
Registration Procedure
Right of admission reserved
Please email the following information for each delegate who register to: [email protected]
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Delegates Name , Company Name, Delegates Email Address, Telephone or Mobile Number and list the Venue that you wish to attend (Cape Town, Pretoria or
Johannesburg)
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The early bird registration fee per delegate per day is R250-00 (includes the usual tea’s etc. and lunch).
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Tempe is not VAT registered and therefore cannot issue VAT invoices.
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The ‘Early Bird’ registration discount ends 19th September 2014
Once you have been registered I will provide you with an invoice, your “Reference Number” and banking details.
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Use your “Reference Number” as the ‘payment reference’ when making your payment)
JOHANNESBURG, CAPE TOWN
AND PRETORIA
2014 AGENDA
Lecture Room 1
Lecture Room 2
Wireless Connectivity: The comple solution
Bluetooth BT plus BT LE discussion
BT LE (RN-4020 BT Smart Module) demo
BT Audio (RN52) demo
Demo Power Monitor (MCP39F501 + BTLE )
Wifi Overview and Update
Demos: EK-RN171 + Wifi G USING DV102412
Miwi to Wifi Gateway discussion via demo
Designing Power Supplies
Introducing a new family Hybrid PWM Controllers: MCP163xx & MCP191xx
High voltage aux. Power for µC and SMPS start-up circuits
PSU direct from a rectified AC. Linear regulator i/p 450VAC
High voltage devices : you never knew that you needed them until now! HT0440, HV7800, HV9150
Depletion Transistors and Applications (current limiters, transient protection circuits, etc.)
The Depletion MOSFET ( 90V to 700V) discussion : fail-safe switch, current limiters and transient protection circuits
Tea Break
Tea Break
Ethernet Product overview
MAC and Phy overview
USB – HUB’s
USB Chargers
Demo on different Phone profiles
USB Power delivery outlook
USB Layout considerations
High-Side Current Sense Monitors: PAC 17xx ; PAC1921
Flexible Intelligence based on Core Independent Peripherals
NCO, CLC, Angular timer, Window Watchdog
HW CRC unit, ZCD,....HW CVD
Easy Setup with Microchip's Code Configurator
Live demo's
lunch
lunch
High voltage current source for your LED design
PIC32 MZ – 2MB Software Development with Harmony
Buck, boost and buck-boost (Cuk, SEPIC and Fly-back) topologies
What value does "Harmony" add?
Topologies and their advantages / limitations will be described
Easy Setup with Microchip's Code Configurator
Discussion includes : short circuit protection, average current control, hystereticPIC32
control,
update
constant frequency switching, constant off-time switching, etc
How NOT to design an LED Driver
What can go wrong when designing and building a LED driver
Tea Break
Tea Break
LED Driver Topologies
Raspberry Pi and Microchip
Buck, boost and buck-boost (Cuk, SEPIC and Fly-back) topologies
Raspberry Pi : where we are and how it started. Demos.
Dimming techniques:
Raspberry Pi Web Cam (powered over ethernet and streaming to a web browser)
Phase dimmers characteristics for low power LED lamps. Techniques to overcome
Raspberry
phase dimmers
Pi ADS-Bcharacteristics
decoder (plots flights on map based on their transponder data)
Other dimming can be 1-10V analog or PWM dimming (via DMX or other protocols),
Raspberry
and the
Pi features
APRS digipeater
and limitations
(Location
of based
these digital
will berepeater
describedfor amateur radio)
USB-DALI Interface and control
GigE using "iperf" for bandwidth measurement,
MCP2221 for serial ports
Digital signage with UFX6000
End
End
The Microchip name and logo, the Microchip
logo, dsPIC, MPLAB and PIC are registered
trademarks of Microchip Technology
Incorporated in the USA and other countries.
All other names, logos, trademarks,
copyrights etc. belong to their
respective owners. ©2014 Tempe
Technologies Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
DURBAN MORNING
SEMINAR
2014 AGENDA
Morning Venues : 17 October 2014
Durban: Master Builders Conference Centre, 40 Essex Terrace, Westville.
Registration Procedure
Right of admission reserved
Please email the following information for each delegate who register to: [email protected]
o
Delegates Name , Company Name, Delegates Email Address, Telephone or Mobile Number
• The early bird registration fee per delegate per day is R150-00 (includes the usual tea’s etc).
o
Tempe is not VAT registered and therefore cannot issue VAT invoices.
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The ‘Early Bird’ registration discount ends 30 th September 2014
Raspberry Pi and Microchip
Raspberry Pi : where we are and how it started. Demos.
Raspberry Pi Web Cam (powered over ethernet and streaming to a web browser)
Raspberry Pi ADS-B decoder (plots flights on map based on their transponder data)
Raspberry Pi APRS digipeater (Location based digital repeater for amateur radio)
GigE using "iperf" for bandwidth measurement,
MCP2221 for serial ports
Digital signage with UFX6000
Ethernet Product overview
MAC and Phy overview
USB – HUB’s
USB Chargers
Demo on different Phone profiles
USB Power delivery outlook
USB Layout considerations
High-Side Current Sense Monitors: PAC 17xx ; PAC1921
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Once you have been registered I will provide you with an invoice,
your “Reference Number” and banking details.

Use your “Reference Number” as the ‘payment reference’
when making your payment)
The Microchip name and logo, the Microchip logo, dsPIC, MPLAB and PIC are registered
trademarks of Microchip Technology Incorporated in the USA and other countries. All other
names, logos, trademarks, copyrights etc. belong to their
respective owners. ©2014 Tempe Technologies Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
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