Hi, Please send the fit rate for the parts below.
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I tried using the ISO15693 command 0x20 to read the block, but it was unsuccessful. I saw the other post it supposed to support the command set. I know this chip has both secured memory and plain memory area, how do I address the plain memory area? Do I need the sector select command?
I'd like use the TCA 355 for proximity switch product. Could you please provide manual regarding how to calculate inductive distance of components TCA355? and how to steady the inductive distance caused by ambient temperature variation? any compensation design proposal?Show Less
I just came into contact with Labview, designed a product counter, and asked how to wire the photoelectric sensor and the capture card. After I connected it, it was an NPN type, that is, it outputs a low level when an object is blocked, and the program I designed is a low power When the pin goes high, the count is +1, and now when I click to run the program, it will change the count from 0 to 1 without doing anything. Is there a PNP connection between the sensor and the acquisition card?Show Less
Can TTP223 switch be used in place of a mosfet to switch on and off a simple circuit, with the only other components being an led and a power source (and possibly a resister)? I hope to make a tiny light source to place inside a matchbox/hot wheels car that I can activate/deactivate by just touching the surface of the car.Show Less
Follow-up question for Why conversion (unsigned long long)DBL_MAX (or FLT_MAX) causes raising of FE_INEXACT as well? https://stackoverflow.com/questions/66426109/why-conversion-unsigned-long-longdbl-max-or-flt-max-causes-raising-of-fe-ine/66430972#66430972driveawayvisulaiztion
Is raising of unexpected exception (
FE_INEXACT) considered as an implementation defect?
- User @Nate Eldredge confirms that on AArch64
FE_INEXACTis not raised.
- All the hardware powered by Infineon TriCore does not raise
FE_INEXACT, because the condition to raise
inexact && ! invalid. I.e. it is not possible to have both
Reason of the question: need to precisely interpret / classify / categorize this case.Show Less