- Brushless DC motor control kit for Cortex-M3 microcontrollers. // Electronics Weekly;1/21/2008, Issue 2319, p10
The article evaluates a brushless DC motor control reference design kit from Luminary Micro Inc.
- Brushless DC motor control reference design incorporates Ethernet and CAN. // Electronics Weekly;2/13/2008, Issue 2322, p30
The article evaluates a reference design kit for brushless DC motor control design incorporating Ethernet and CAN, from Luminary Micro Inc.
- Motor control over net- works. // EDN Europe;Apr2008, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p63
The article evaluates the Stellaris Brushless DC Motor Control Reference Design Kit from Luminary Micro.
- Automatic Battery Terminals Disengagement. Dhotre, Amol S.; Gavasane, Sumit S.; Ganesan K. // International Journal of Applied Engineering Research;2013, Vol. 8 Issue 19, p2539
The present work demonstrates a novel method which prevents the quick draining of battery of a vehicle. Nowadays most of the vehicles come with advanced electronic devices which consume the battery power continuously even if the user vehicle is in unused conditions. The proposed system called...
- ESC Update. Titus, Jon // ECN: Electronic Component News;May2007, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p21
The article evaluates several products including H8S/2472F from Renesas, RDK-ACIM kit from Luminary Micro Inc. and PIC24F 16-bit microcontroller family from Microchip Technology Inc.
- Dev kit simplifies GUI work. // Electronics Weekly;11/12/2008, Issue 2360, p5
The article evaluates the Stellaris Intelligent 3.5-inch Landscape Display Module (MDL-IDM-L35) and reference design kit, a system design electronic device from Luminary Micro Inc.
- $1 MCU features ARM Cortex core. Prophet, Graham // EDN Europe;May2006, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p22
The article focuses on Luminary Micro Inc., which is an ARM-based microcontroller vendor, founded in 2004. Founder and chief marketing officer Jean Anne Booth informs that what provided inspiration to create the company was the realization that one could build an ARM device to sell at $1, and...
- Luminary's $1 microcontroller. // Electronics Weekly;4/12/2006, Issue 2236, p14
The article reports that Luminary Micro Inc. has announced stripped-down ARM Cortex M3 core-based a $1 ARM microcontroller. The device, known as the Stellaris devices, will be used in factory automation and control; industrial power control; and building and home automation. The Stellaris chips...
- Cortex M3-based chip ranges expanded at Embedded World. Prophet, Graham // EDN Europe;Apr2009, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p13
The article evaluates two microcontroller products, the LM3S9000 series from Luminary Micro and the TMPM370FY from Toshiba.