Regulated power supply, UART, RS485, GPIO and PWM controlled and powered by USB.Designed by EasyVolts, Ships from Austria
EasyVolts is an adjustable power supply that takes 5V DC from USB and converts it to any desired voltage in the range from 0 to 24V. EasyVolts has embedded microcontroller responsible for output vo...Read More…
EasyVolts is an adjustable power supply that takes 5V DC from USB and converts it to any desired voltage in the range from 0 to 24V. EasyVolts has embedded microcontroller responsible for output voltage and current limit control over USB. Depending on selected configuration it can be “USB-RS485 converter + 2 GPIO/PWM pins” or “USB-UART converter”. When the device is connected to USB it appears on PC as two virtual COM ports. One is used to control power supply and GPIO, the second – as “USB-UART/RS485” adaptor. Such design lets you control this device easily with any software that can communicate over COM port, including your own programs or scripts.
Technical parameters of the power supply:
Technical parameters of embedded USB-UART/GPIO/PWM converter:
*- logic level of the pin in activeLow/activeHigh/Z_state can be read by the host, so it provides all possible read/write pushPull/openDrain GPIO functionality.
It was created as a “power+communication” tool for my work. With EasyVolts, I can connect various devices to my laptop and work with them everywhere or even remotely without additional power supply. All that I need for work "in field" with low power electronics is in this device.
EasyVolts is very flexible and features rich. Here are some of his advantages:
You can get more information or demos on my web page.
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