GPIOSGeneral Purpose Input/Output Sub-System
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The medium-sized studio houses an [mc.sup.2]56 with 48 faders, 16 line l/Os, eight GPIOs and three Lawo Compact I/O units.
Studio 1 is served by a 48-fader mcA56 console with 16 line outputs, eight AES in/outs and eight GPIOs, with DALLIS and Nova73 compact I/O, and four A_mic 8 that use RAVENNA interconnects for audio sharing.
The dev board also supports WiFi and BT wireless connectivity, includes a real-time clock and GPIO inputs and outputs on headers.
The PI4IOE5V6416 offers an ultra-low power solution to expanding the available GPIO on a microprocessor, microcontroller, ASSP, ASIC, or FPGA, using the ubiquitous I2C interface.
It can be used for monitoring of GPIOs, roaming, battery level, voltage, or module state with the possibility to send alerts in the event that conditions change.
The device offers a collection of digital peripherals, including three SPI interfaces, two UARTs, and an IC interface, plus up to 51 programmable general-purpose input/outputs (GPIOs).
Both devices include three DC-DC 4 MHz step-down converters, two DC-DC step-up converters, eight LDOs, four GPIOs, a 1.5A charger, an I2C interface, three current sinks, an ADC, a watchdog timer, and RTC.
Laird Technologies announced the release of its enhanced Bluetooth BTM510/511and BTM520/521 wireless stereo audio modules with a new firmware update that includes features such as supporting digital audio via an I2S bus and supporting universal General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) functions for mapping GPIOs to specific Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) functions.
The devices provide up to three general-purpose input/outputs (GPIOs) and a high-speed I2C interface with data rates up to 3.4 MBit/s for power-efficient data transfer.
The CYSC201X0 and CY8C201X2 CapSense Express devices offer up to 10 capacitive and/or general purpose 1/Os (GPIOs), allowing design flexibility to implement combinations of buttons, sliders, and general purpose functions like LED control and interrupt outputs.
The PSoC 4000S device features the fourth-generation, low-power CapSense solution with up to 32 kBytes of flash, 4 kBytes of SRAM, six programmable analog blocks, seven programmable digital blocks, 36 general purpose inputs and outputs (GPIOs), and 16 smart IOs.