[time-nuts] zero crossing detector in PIC mcu
Paul.Reeves at uk.thalesgroup.com
Wed Apr 16 03:51:25 EDT 2014
This might have been mentioned before in the discussions on zero crossing detection for mains power monitoring (apologies if I missed it) but this chip (or series thereof....) looks interesting -
and the article is fairly amusing too - who hasn't been confused by Microchip's numbering system?
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