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AN-1219 IR Windshield Rain Sensor (866.12 KB) In this application note a rain and ice sensor is implemented by analyzing the reflection of an infrared (IR) light source using GreenPAK™ SLG46620V SLG46620
AN-1218 A Compact Rapid Charger for Li-Ion Cells (448.07 KB) This application note presents a compact yet capable Li-Ion battery charger SLG46533, SLG46116
AN-1217 A Boost Converter Design for Energy Harvesting Applications (Part 2) (290.72 KB) Application note AN-1202 presents a boost converter for energy harvesting applications. This Note features a battery that is used to support the system when harvested energy runs low SLG46533, SLG59M1639V
AN-1216 Class-D Audio Amplifier (408.77 KB) In this app note, a GreenPAK™ SLG46140V is used to create a Class-D Audio Amplifier SLG46140
AN-1215 Maze Runner Robot (940.61 KB) This application shows how to interpret data from different sensors and how to design a robot to autonomously solve a maze with a GreenPAK™ CMIC SLG46531
AN-1214 Low Cost Portable Breathalyzer (1.89 MB) This application note demonstrates how to implement a low-cost breathalyzer with a GreenPAK SLG46140V SLG46140
AN-1213 Smart Pillow (371.13 KB) This application note describes how to make a smart pillow that is sensitive to snoring, using a GreenPAK™ SLG46620V SLG46620
AN-1212 Transformer Overload Protection (978.66 KB) This application note describes how to design and implement a power transformer overload protection system, which will help protect the transformer from overload situations SLG46721
AN-1211 Frequency Doubler (252.94 KB) The main purpose of this project is to design a circuit that can increase the frequency of a reference signal by two, while attempting to keep a 50% duty cycle on the doubled frequency SLG46621
AN-1210 Zero Crossing Detector (421.94 KB) This application note introduces the implementation of zero crossing detector SLG46110
AN-1209 Constant Current RGB LED Driver (713.08 KB) This application note describes how to create a constant current RGB LED driver using the SLG46580V SLG46580
AN-1208 Overcurrent Protection Device (101.11 KB) This application note describes how to build an overcurrent protection device SLG46116
AN-1206 Kitchen Timer (431.25 KB) This application note describes how to creat a fully functional kitchen timer, with start/pause/reset features, buzzer output and 7-segment driver SLG46620
AN-1205 Implementing an Electronic Leveling Tool (9.27 MB) This application note describes how to construct an electronic leveling tool SLG46120, SLG88104
AN-1204 DTMF Tone Generator (440.93 KB) This application note describes how to implement a DTMF Tone Generator using a GreenPAK SLG46620V and a SLG88104V OpAmp SLG46620, SLG88104
AN-1203 Ultra-Low Power Wi-Fi Connected IoT Node (989.42 KB) This application note describes a GreenPAK™ CMIC acting as a wake-up circuit for a Wi-Fi connected IoT node SLG46108, SLG46537
AN-1202 A Boost Converter Design for Energy Harvesting Applications (Part 1) (319.64 KB) This application note describes an energy harvesting solution using a supercap that minimizes or eliminates the use of batteries in low power applications such as electronic door locks or data loggers SLG59M1710V, SLG46533
AN-1201 GreenPAK™ in a Temperature Sensing System (236.8 KB) The purpose of this experiment is to test usability of a GreenPAK device in a temperature sensing application, specifically for CPU processors where the temperature domain is 25°C to 100°C SLG46537
AN-1200 True Random Number Generator Hardware (816.71 KB) GreenPAK can be used to implement a compact true random number generator that requires no external components (except for decoupling capacitors), and generates true random numbers at a rate of 20 kbit/s SLG46620
AN-1199 GreenPAK™ RPS Counter (952.96 KB) The GreenPAK RPS Counter is designed to count revolutions of moderately slow objects SLG46533
AN-1198 Power Generator Protection through Differential Relay using GreenPAK™ (836.43 KB) This application note describes how to design a 3-phase power generator protection scheme using the GreenPAK IC as the main controlling element SLG46620
AN-1197 Ambient Conditions Monitoring of Power Transformer using GreenPAK™ (2.56 MB) In this app note, the ambient condition monitoring of a transformer is proposed using the SLG46620V GreenPAK CMIC as the main controlling element SLG46620
AN-1196 Temperature Sensor with PIR Thermistor (Chinese) (717.99 KB) In this application the GreenPAK is configured as a temperature monitor along with an external thermistor type temperature sensor (Chinese) SLG46400
AN-1195 Supercapacitor-Based Backup Solutions a Design Toolkit (325.85 KB) This application note presents several interesting design problems and challenges that need to be addressed when crafting a supercap-based backup solution SLG46537
AN-1193 Digital Optical Tachometer using GreenPAK™ (Chinese) (4.63 MB) This application note describes how to create a digital optical tachometer using GreenPAK™ (Chinese) SLG46533
AN-1192 Power Duty Cycle Controller to Prolong Battery Life, with MCU Programmable Duty Cycle (224.21 KB) This application note shows how to create a variable-length power duty cycle controller to help prolong the battery life of a system SLG46721
AN-1191 Wall Following Robot (2.65 MB) This application note describes how to design an obstacle detection and avoidance system using a GreenPAK along with a few external ultrasonic and infrared (IR) sensors SLG46620
AN-1189 Coin Counter (1.21 MB) This application note describes how to create a piggy bank coin counter SLG46531
AN-1188 Power Line Communication to Send Digital Data using GreenPAK™ (4.62 MB) In this application note, digital data is transferred over AC lines using two GreenPAK™ IC’s, along with two KQ-330F power line communication modems SLG46620
AN-1187 High Efficiency Adjustable Buck Converter (752.83 KB) This application note shows how to use a GreenPAK™ CMIC to construct a buck converter with an adjustable output voltage SLG46621
AN-1186 Cyclic Redundancy Check Generator Unit for 1-wire Protocol (317.07 KB) This application note describes how to implement a CRC Generator Unit using SLG46533V SLG46533
AN-1184 Remote Control IR Receiver Decoder (2.27 MB) This design is a configurable remote control infrared receiver and decoder. It also performs address and command comparison, and provides a matching true indicator SLG46140, SLG46620
AN-1183 Automatic Watering System (1.75 MB) This application note describes how to build an automatic watering system for indoor plants SLG46620
AN-1182 Fitness Game (3.85 MB) This application note shows how to build an interactive fitness game that combines a mobile phone app with real movement SLG46620
AN-1181 Smarthome Control and Monitoring System using Blynk IOSAndroid App (1.26 MB) This application note describes how a prototype for a basic smart home system can be designed SLG46538
AN-1180 Air Quality Control System Using GreenPAK™ (518.59 KB) In this application note, the SLG46140V configurable mixed signal integrated circuit was used to build a basic occupancy-based air quality control system SLG46140
AN-1179 Multiplexing a 4-Digit LED Drive and a 4x4 Keypad Scanner (468.26 KB) This application note demonstrates a practical solution for four-digit 7-segment LED display control and a 4x4 keypad scanner SLG46538
AN-1178 Practical Use of GreenPAK™ Pulse Counter Frequency Counter, Thermometer, Voltmeter (1.76 MB) This application note is created to show some of the capabilities of digital and analog macrocells within the SLG46533V GreenPAK CMIC IC SLG46533
AN-1177 Flexible Range ADC with I2C Interface (805.9 KB) This application note describes how to create an Analog-to-digital converter (ADC) of up to 16-bits in a GreenPAK™ device which has an I2C interface useful for connecting to MCU’s SLG46533, SLG46536, SLG46538
AN-1176 RFID Sensor Dog Door (5 MB) This application note describes how to use GreenPAK SLG46531V as the main controller for an RFID-based pet door SLG46531
AN-1175 A High Voltage DC-DC Сonverter (2.71 MB) A detailed explanation of the DC-DC fly-back converter using a SLG46620V is presented SLG46620
AN-1174 Battery Powered Portable Geiger Counters (2.01 MB) This application note describes two implementations of portable, battery powered Geiger counters SLG46533
AN-1172 LED Cube with Animation to the Music Rhythm (372.47 KB) This application note describes how to design a simple 3x3x3 LED cube and control it with a GreenPAK™ SLG46538V SLG46538
AN-1171 Coulomb Сounter (646.73 KB) Learn how to create a “coulomb counter” to measure the current drawn by a load
AN-1170 RGB LED Pseudo Nixie Driver (2.73 MB) This app note shows how to create RGB LED Pseudo Nixie Driver SLG46620
AN-1169 Digital Optical Tachometer using GreenPAK (4.26 MB) In this application note, GreenPAK SLG46533V is used to design an optical contactless tachometer with the use of an infrared sensor SLG46533
AN-1168 Tire Pressure Sensor (1.27 MB) In this application note, SLG46620V is used in a car safety system application as the ADC and preprocessing unit of a bigger system SLG46620, SLG88103
AN-1167 Transformer Protection using GreenPAK (8.52 MB) This design helps to protect the transformer from internal faults, i.e. inter-turn faults, bushing faults, single phase to ground faults, double line to ground fault, etc SLG46721
AN-1166 Lithium Polymer Battery Charger using GreenPAK™ State Machine (10.52 MB) This note describes the design of a complete charging circuit SLG46531
AN-1165 Room Thermostat (12.66 MB) This app note shows that the GreenPAKs can implement a room thermostat thanks to its flexibility and configurability SLG46620
AN-1164 Cycle Stealing Control (647.46 KB) This application note describes how to create a cycle stealing control unit for AC line-powered loads SLG46620
AN-1163 Human Sensed Automatic Door Opening and Closing System using PIR Sensor in GreenPAK™ (2.81 MB) This application note describes how to create a Passive Infrared Automat Door Control system using the SLG46140V GreenPAK CMIC as the control unit SLG46140
AN-1162 Levitator (980.16 KB) This application note demonstrates how the GreenPAK™ is used to create a levitator SLG46140
AN-1161 A GreenPAK™ Wireless Morse Code Keyboard (10.55 MB) This application note describes how to implement a one-button Bluetooth keyboard that takes input in the form of Morse Code SLG46537
AN-1159 Accurate Mains Frequency Monitor with Calibration (279.59 KB) This application note shows how to design a frequency deviation monitor that signals an alert if the frequency deviates by a specified margin SLG46620
AN-1158 Rotary Encoder to Analog Converter (840.02 KB) This app note demonstrates how to implement a simple pulse to voltage converter with minimum external components SLG46140
AN-1157 Adding Security to 433MHz Wireless Communication (587.2 KB) This application note describes how to transmit signals securely by adding pseudo random coding when using low-cost transmitter and receiver modules SLG46120, SLG46722
AN-1156 Fall Detection Alert using GreenPAK™ (930.81 KB) This application note describes how to develop an elderly care alert system using GreenPAK SLG46533V SLG46620, SLG46533
AN-1155 Smart Home Controller (2.04 MB) This application note shows how to create a voice-activated Smart Home controller SLG46620
AN-1154 Parking Assist System with GreenPAK™ (594.18 KB) This application note describes how to create a parking assistant device using a GreenPAK configurable Mixed-Signal IC SLG46531
AN-1153 Stepper Motor Controller (1.01 MB) This application note describes how to implement a a stepper motor controller using SLG46531V SLG46531
AN-1152 Incrementing and Decrementing One-Shot (151.4 KB) This application note describes how to generate a one-shot pulse that increases or decreases in length by a set amount every time it is triggered SLG46536
AN-1151 Solar Powered Smart Street Lamp (764 KB) This application note describes the design of a solar powered smart street lamp using GreenPAK™ CMIC SLG46140
AN-1150 Auto-ranging I2C Capacitance Meter (311.43 KB) This application note demonstrates how to configure a GreenPAK™ mixed signal IC to build an auto-ranging capacitance meter SLG46538
AN-1149 Auxiliary Smartphone Battery Power Management Circuit (3.54 MB) This application note shows that the power management controller and the LiPo charger (including the buck and boost DC-DC converters) can easily be implemented using a GreenPAK SLG59M1709V, SLG46620
AN-1148 Voltmeter Ammeter Autorange Control (609.36 KB) This application note describes how to design a circuit to control autoranging of a volt/current meter SLG46621
AN-1147 Salinity Sensor (238 KB) The GreenPAK™ device can be employed in simple salinity measurement applications using low cost materials and techniques SLG46531
AN-1146 A GreenPAK Carbon Monoxide Detector (1.5 MB) In this project, the GreenPAK™ Configurable Mixed-signal IC (CMIC) is used in the design of a carbon monoxide detector SLG46140
AN-1145 Acoustic Relay (1.09 MB) Learn how to create an acoustic relay, that can be used to control devices (light switcher, electric heater, air cooler etc.) in response to a sound, or series of sounds SLG46140
AN-1144 I2C IO Controllers 8-bit BUS (586.92 KB) This application note explains how to setup an 8-bit bus controller which combines input pins with output pins SLG46531
AN-1143 Line Follower Control Circuit for Robots (855.89 KB) GreenPAK™ chips have easy to program look-up tables (LUTs) which enable us to easily design a simple yet efficient controller for a line following robot SLG46531
AN-1142 Bat Detector – Ultrasound Translator (4.28 MB) This application note explains the implementation of a circuit using GreenPAK™ devices to process the ultrasonic signals produced by the sounds that bats emit SLG46531
AN-1141 A Two-Button Touch Sensor (1009.35 KB) This application note describes how to create a simple, compact, and low cost touch sensor, that can be used in many devices to detect fingers touching a surface or two-button area SLG46620
AN-1140 Ultrasonic Pest Repeller using GreenPAK™ (3.1 MB) This application note describes the implementation of motion trigger-able Ultrasonic repeller SLG46140
AN-1139 Binary Sequence Detector (1.51 MB) This application note shows how to implement a binary sequence detector design using GreenPak™ based on a state machine SLG46110, SLG46531
AN-1138 Speed Regulating PWM Fan Motor Controller (Japanese) (1.89 MB) Speed Regulating PWM Fan Motor Controller (Japanese) SLG46531
AN-1137 Serial Output Tips & Techniques (311.53 KB) This application note demonstrates various ways to output data serially from GreenPAK™ devices SLG46620, SLG46531
AN-1136 LED Matrix Sequential Character Display (694.28 KB) This application note describes how to control an 8x8 LED matrix with a GreenPAK™ Configurable Mixed-signal IC SLG46620
AN-1135 Improving Gas Valve Safety Compliance with GreenPAK™ (1.51 MB) This app note demonstrates the capability of the SLG46531V to safely drive five output pins on which critical actuators are connected. The SLG46531V monitors a “heartbeat” signal to decide the stability of the MCU SLG46531
AN-1134 Drawing Characters on an Android App and Displaying it on LED Matrix (3.38 MB) This application note describes the circuit used to go from drawing a character on an Android App, sending it to an Arduino UNO via Bluetooth, then to a GreenPAK™ via I2C which fits data to display the character on a LED matrix SLG46537
AN-1133 Flammable Gas Monitor (1.11 MB) This application note describes how to create a flammable gas detector using a GreenPAK™ IC SLG46531
AN-1132 8 Channel Digital Output Data Acquisition card using LABVIEW (1.47 MB) This application note shows how Digital data is transferred from a computer (using LabVIEW) to a GreenPAK™ SLG46620V, which then drives relays with 220VAC / 10A contact rating SLG46620
AN-1131 8 Channel Digital Input Data Acquisition Card using LABVIEW (506.83 KB) This application note shows how Digital data is transferred from GreenPAK™ SLG46620V to a computer and received by LabVIEW VI SLG46620
AN-1130 Gandalf's Staff with GreenPAK™ (217.22 KB) Gandalf's Staff project comprises a pulsing RGB LED at the end, controlled by a SLG46620V CMIC, and a 3-axis accelerometer sensor SLG46620
AN-1129 Android controlled LCD Display (1.43 MB) This application note shows how an LCD display can be controlled via an Android application using Bluetooth. The SLG46620V GreenPAK™ CMIC has been used as the main controller for the project SLG46620
AN-1128 GreenPAK LCD Driver Frees Microcontroller Pins (458.32 KB) In this application a GreenPAK SLG46620V is placed between the serial interface of an Arduino Mega 2560, and an LCD 2004A display. This approach now frees up 8 microcontroller pins for other uses in the design SLG46620
AN-1127 Enhanced Lead-Acid Battery Management (504.3 KB) This application note demonstrates how a mixed-signal platform like the GreenPAK simplifies the design of an extended battery charger with minimal external components SLG46531
AN-1126 ASM to Synchronous Conversion (368.44 KB) This application note describes how to convert the GreenPAK asynchronous state machine into a synchronous state machine SLG46531
AN-1125 In-System Debug for GreenPAK™ Devices with I2C Serial Communication (389.36 KB) In-System Debug can allow the designer to do the debug of the GPAK configuration at the same time as the debug of the overall system SLG46531, SLG46532, SLG46533, SLG46534, SLG46535, SLG46536, SLG46537, SLG46538
AN-1124 AC Lightbulb Dimmer with a GreenPAK and TRIAC (502.41 KB) This application note demonstrates how to control a 3-phase AC system by controlling each AC phase through a Dialog GreenPAK SLG46140V SLG46140
AN-1123 LED Dimmer with Analog Regulation (Japanese) (983.74 KB) This application note describes how to make a PWM LED dimming circuit incorporating feedback control in GreenPAK™ (Japanese) SLG46120
AN-1122 LED Dimmer with Analog Regulation (473.08 KB) This application note describes how to make a PWM LED dimming circuit incorporating feedback control in GreenPAK™ SLG46120
AN-1121 A GreenPAK™ based Digital Clock (1.44 MB) This application note describes how to make a fully functional digital clock based on 3 GreenPAKs SLG46620V and an external crystal SLG46620
AN-1120 Bluetooth-Controlled CarRobot (2.11 MB) This application note shows how to make a car/robot controller with Bluetooth and an Android app sing a SLG46620V GreenPAK™ CMIC, HC06 bluetooth module, motor drivers and motors SLG46620
AN-1119 Simple I2C IO Controllers with SLG46537V (Japanese) (1.05 MB) Simple I2C IO Controllers with SLG46537V (Japanese) SLG46537
AN-1118 Eight Output 8-bit PCM LED Dimming Using ASM (948.83 KB) The SLG46531V ASM can be configured to implement eight channels of PCM outputs each with 8-bits of resolution SLG46531
AN-1117 Speed Regulating PWM Fan Motor Controller (1.21 MB) This application note describes how to design a programmable closed-loop speed-regulating PWM fan controller using RPM feedback and I2C SLG46531
AN-1116 One-Shot Pulse Generator (259.4 KB) This application note describes how to create a 4-channel one-shot generator controlled with I2C using a SLG46533V GreenPAK SLG46533
AN-1115 Analog Decoder for Single Wire Multi-Key Detection (376.86 KB) This application note shows how to build a multi-level comparator for single wire, multi-key detection using three components in GreenPAK™: the ADC block, the digital comparator (DCMP) and the analog comparator (ACMP) SLG46140
AN-1114 Brushless DC Motor Control (819.79 KB) A GreenPAK configuration applicable for a single-phase BLDC motor is introduced using SLG46620V SLG46620
AN-1113 Security Door Lock with Keypad Entry (770.19 KB) This application note shows how to design a door lock that opens with a basic security code SLG46620
AN-1111 Sine Wave Generator (1.51 MB) This application note shows how to create a sine wave generator using a SLG46531V GreenPAK™ device with just a few external components SLG46531
AN-1110 ASM Counter with display (1.94 MB) The application note describes how to display digits on a 7-segment display indicator using a GreenPAK™ SLG46531V CMIC thanks to 8-states Asynchronous State Machine (ASM) with configurable outputs for every state SLG46531
AN-1109 Four-level voltage comparison with single comparator in PAK (337.01 KB) Four-level voltage comparison with single comparator in PAK SLG46120
AN-1108 Multi-Power Source Management (347.58 KB) This application describes how to design a multi-power source management system using a Dialog 1.6 x 1.6mm SLG46110V GreenPAK SLG46110
AN-1107 How to Use Dialog's Arduino Library with GreenPAK (247.35 KB) This app note will explain how to use Dialog’s Arduino Library to interact with GreenPAK devices using I2C communication SLG46531, SLG46532, SLG46534, SLG46533, SLG46535, SLG46536
AN-1105 A State Machine Linear Sequencer (274.71 KB) This application note demonstrates how to implement a Linear Sequencer using the Asynchronous State Machine in the SLG46531 GreenPAK IC SLG46531
AN-1104 I2C Level Shifter (362 KB) This application note explains how to build an I2C level-shifter that meets I2C Fast Mode specs, which has a max data rate of 400kbps SLG46621
AN-1103 Self-referencing Capacitive Touch Sensor (405.63 KB) An improved capacitive touch sensing algorithm using relative thresholds instead of absolute can be implemented with GPAK device SLG46140
AN-1102 I2C-Readable Analog to Digital Converter (388.12 KB) This app note will explain how to use GreenPAK to measure an analog voltage, convert it to a digital value using an 8-bit Analog to Digital Converter (ADC), transmit the data via I2C, and read the I2C command using an Arduino Uno Microcontroller SLG46531, SLG46620
AN-1101 Unclocked Quadrature Decoder (307.09 KB) This app note will explain how to create an Unclocked Quadrature Decoder with a GreenPAK device SLG46620
AN-1100 Using GreenPAK’s I2C Port to Control an RGB LED Breathing Pattern (248.8 KB) This app note explains how to reconfigure the SLG46531’s registers via I2C SLG46531
AN-1099 Using GreenPAK’s I2C Port to Control an RGB LED Pulse (266.41 KB) This app note explains how to reconfigure the SLG46531’s registers via I2C SLG46531
AN-1098 Using GreenPAK's I2C Port to Control an RGB LED's Color (620.25 KB) This app note explains how to reconfigure the SLG46531’s registers via I2C SLG46531
AN-1097 7-Segment LED Control with GreenPAK (546.28 KB) This app note will explain how to control 7-segment LED displays using two new components in GreenPAK: the I2C block and the asynchronous state machine (ASM) SLG46531
AN-1095 Tiny metal detector (304.95 KB) This application note describes a short range metal detector useful for positioning proximity and robotics SLG46140
AN-1094 Mobile Dino Game (458.54 KB) This application note describes how to implement a popular mobile dine game SLG46722, SLG46620
AN-1093 Collision Avoidance Controller (657.93 KB) This application note demonstrates how to make a vehicle collision avoidance system using a single SLG46620V GreenPAK CMIC SLG46620
AN-1092 I2C Controlled State Machine (356.7 KB) This application note shows a simple ASM structure with a set of simple I2C commands SLG46531
AN-1091 How To Change a GreenPAK Comparator’s Threshold Voltage Using I2C (581.95 KB) This app note explains how to reconfigure the SLG46531’s registers via I2C. Specifically, it shows how to change the thresholds of the GreenPAK’s analog comparators to adjust the measurement window SLG46531
AN-1090 Simple I2C IO Controllers with SLG46531V (537.29 KB) This application note explains how to use the SLG46531V’s I2C macro-cell as an input/output controller SLG46531
AN-1089 I2C Controlled Window Comparators (140.44 KB) The application note describes the implementation of dynamic control and reconfiguration using I2C in GreenPAK SLG46531
AN-1088 Asynchronous State Machine 4x4 Keypad Encoder (775.1 KB) This application note demonstrates how to design a Keypad Encoder using the asynchronous state machine in the SLG46531 SLG46531
AN-1087 LED Flashlight Mode Controller using Asynchronous State Machine Design (289.85 KB) This application note demonstrates how to design with the asynchronous state machine within the SLG46531 GreenPAK CMIC. This design controls an LED flashlight, and features numerous modes all controlled by a single button SLG46531
AN-1086 Current Monitor with 2 digit LED Display (654.97 KB) This app note describes how to build a current monitor system using a programmable CMIC (SLG46620), a precision current shunt monitor (INA199A2), an LDO (LP2951), and two 7-segment LED displays SLG46620
AN-1085 GreenPAK Boiling Teapot Effect LED's Indicator (1.44 MB) This boiling teapot effect indicator design vividly demonstrates some of the capability of GreenPAK CMIC’s. This project can be adapted to various designs where many LEDs are used SLG46620
AN-1084 High Speed Level Shifting With Dual Supply GreenPAK (Japanese) (266.84 KB) High Speed Level Shifting With Dual Supply GreenPAK (Japanese) SLG46620, SLG46621
AN-1083 SPI Parallel to Serial Converter (261.76 KB) This application note demonstrates the SPI macro-cell’s parallel to serial (P2S) mode configuration SLG46620
AN-1082 LED Snowfall Effects Lights (310.05 KB) Learn how to make a 64-LED snowfall effect light using a single SLG46620V GreenPAK CMIC SLG46620
AN-1080 GreenPAK Pulse Induction Metal Detector-Security Wand (645.63 KB) This app note demonstrates pulse induction (PI) single coil metal detection using a single GreenPAK IC SLG46620
AN-1079 High Speed Level Shifter With Dual Supply GreenPAK (411.03 KB) High Speed Level Shifter With Dual Supply GreenPAK SLG46620, SLG46621
AN-1078 Edge Triggered Latch Using GPAK (265.67 KB) This application note describes how to construct an edge-triggered latch using a SLG46721 GreenPAK SLG46721
AN-1077 Capacitive Touch Button Sensor (454.43 KB) GreenPAK can implement system reset and touch function in the same device, with the benefit of extra GPIO, logic, and timing resources that can be used to implement other system functions SLG46110, SLG46721
AN-1076 Wake/Sleep Timing Generator (333.25 KB) The Wake/Sleep function is very useful if analog blocks are used and low power consumption is desired. Wake and sleep itself not only powers up and down ACMPs and ADC dynamically, but also latches the outputs while blocks are in sleep mode SLG46140
AN-1075 GreenPAK™ Voltmeter with 2 digit LED Display (1.26 MB) This application note describes how to create a 2-digit Voltmeter with 7-segment display SLG46620
AN-1074 6-Channel Power Lines Sequencer (769.86 KB) This application note describes how to create a power lines sequencer for six (or even more) lines with constant or variable delay between lines switching, using only one SLG46140V chip SLG46140
AN-1073 OddFractional Frequency Dividers (525 KB) Using the LUTs and DFFs resources in GreenPAK, one can efficiently divide a given frequency by 1.5, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4.5, 5, and many other coefficients SLG46721
AN-1072 Flashlight Control Using GPAK (223.99 KB) This application note describes the design of a current control for an LED version flashlight SLG46721
AN-1071 Delay Cell Calculations in GreenPAK3 Family CMIC’s (666.44 KB) This application note describes a way to calculate the accuracy of the delay cell in a GreenPAK in different cases. SLG46110, SLG46120, SLG46721, SLG46722
AN-1067 Power Sequencer using GPAK (216.27 KB) This app note goes over 3 example designs: power up only sequencing, power up and power down sequencing, and sequencing with PG indicator SLG46120
AN-1066 Voltage Slope Direction Determination Circuit (398.75 KB) This application note shows how to use a single GreenPAK Configurable Mixed-signal IC to design a circuit to determine whether the input voltage is rising, falling, or constant in time SLG46620
AN-1065 SPI Serial-Parallel Converter (319.61 KB) Slave SPI can provide data conversion, and transfer data from one device to others. Also, when parallel ports are just not feasible, a single serial port gets used. This serial signal can be converted to parallel information by the SLG46620V IC SLG46620
AN-1064 Pulse Width Stretcher (308.12 KB) A simple pulse stretcher can be implemented within the SLG46400 IC and is easily modifiable by use of a multiplier setting SLG46400
AN-1063 GreenPAK Application Note Edge Triggered Fast Level Shifter (450.6 KB) This application note details a High speed level shifter external circuit that is edge triggered SLG46110
AN-1062 GreenPAK Macro Cell Design Constructing additional DFF types (552.18 KB) The DFFs presented in this app note can be used in designs where additional flip flop cells are required. Flexibility and simplicity of the proposed circuits allow efficient adaptation to specific designs SLG46722
AN-1061 POR Operation for GreenPAK™ IC's (444.33 KB) This application note details the GreenPAK POR block and chip behavior during power up. With this description, the user can create robust designs more quickly. SLG46721, SLG46722, SLG46110, SLG46120, SLG46400, SLG46620, SLG46116, SLG46117
AN-1060 GreenPAK Linear to Exponential Converter (418.37 KB) This application note demonstrates how to design a simple linear to exponential voltage converter using a GreenPAK CMIC IC. Exponential properties of this PWM based design can compensate unwanted logarithmic characteristics of various devices SLG46400
AN-1059 SOS Emergency Signal Generator (251.26 KB) This application note describes how to generate the SOS signal using GreenPAK. This design can be described as a simple digital pattern generator SLG46120
AN-1058 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Failsafe Watchdog (1.41 MB) The SLG46110V can be used as a replacement of the H6006 IC, 6, and it also provides Monitoring and/or as Watchdog features SLG46110
AN-1057 Servo Motor Control (310.53 KB) A Servo Motor Control can be easily implemented using a GreenPAK CMIC. This design can be very useful in applications such as: RC models, robotics, etc. SLG46140
AN-1056 Macro circuit design ADC PWM (445.06 KB) This application note provides a working design example of a PWM using ADC to control the output duty cycle SLG46620
AN-1055 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Wireless Remote Shutter Release (326.92 KB) In this application note both Nikon and Canon wireless remotes are designed with a single GreenPAK chip SLG46620
AN-1054 GreenPAK Macro Circuit RS flip flop with Reset priority (233.73 KB) Using only two Latch blocks of GreenPAK silicon it is possible to create a circuit that functions as a RS flip flop with priority. This circuit is apt to be most useful in complicated designs where state machines are used SLG46140
AN-1053 Constant Current LED Driver with SPI Control (509.35 KB) A constant current LED driver with SPI control can be easily implemented using a Green PAK IC. It has low power consumption, small board area footprint, and only a few external components needed to complete the design SLG46140
AN-1052 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design LED Brightness Control (375.29 KB) This application note demonstrates how to design a simple LED brightness control using a GreenPAK™ chip SLG46140
AN-1050 Ultrasonic Rangefinder (312.82 KB) An ultrasonic rangefinder can be easily implemented using a GreenPAK CMIC. This design can be very useful in applications such as: automotive parking sensors, industrial distance approximation, robotics, etc. SLG46722
AN-1049 Infared Proximity Sensor (261.34 KB) Learn how to implement an infrared proximity sensor using GreenPAK SLG46722
AN-1047 Testing Power-up Conditions on GPAK Evaluation Board (471.29 KB) Testing each combination of input logic at power-up is important in ensuring correctness in all cases for a given design. The GreenPAK evaluation board is designed for testing power-up conditions in GPAK hardware SLG46721
AN-1046 Various Edge Detector Circuits (229.85 KB) This application note demonstrates a variety of ways to realize an edge detector circuit using a variety of GreenPAK blocks SLG46721
AN-1045 Bike Light LED Controller Driver (463.87 KB) In this application, a simple state machine controls power LED headlights and tail lights for cycling SLG46116
AN-1044 Single Input Security Passcode Entry (289.74 KB) This circuit performs single input pattern and timing recognition SLG46400
AN-1043 Delay Cell Configuration with Auto Powerdown (283.92 KB) This note describes the behavioral differences among the GreenPAK chips, and the suggested circuit configuration SLG46110, SLG46120, SLG46200, SLG46400, SLG46721, SLG46722
AN-1042 Remote Control IR RecieverDecoder (678.32 KB) This design is a configurable remote control infrared receiver and decoder. It also performs address and command comparison, and provides a matching true indicator SLG46400
AN-1041 Temperature monitoring with external sensor IC's (828.76 KB) In this application the GreenPAK is configured as a temperature monitor along with an external solid state temperature sensor SLG46400
AN-1040 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Dynamic switching comparator (Japanese) (297.11 KB) GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Dynamic switching comparator (Japanese) SLG46400
AN-1039 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Wake and Sleep for Analog Comparator (Japanese) (316.23 KB) GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Wake and Sleep for Analog Comparator (Japanese) SLG46400
AN-1038 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design SPI Code Detector(Japanese) (369.09 KB) GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design SPI Code Detector (Japanese) SLG46400
AN-1037 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Sequencer (Japanese) (315.32 KB) GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Sequencer (Japanese) SLG46400
AN-1036 Temperature Sensor with Thermistor (661.15 KB) In this application the GreenPAK is configured as a temperature monitor along with an external thermistor type temperature sensor SLG46400
AN-1035 Motion Detector with PIR Sensor (553.1 KB) This application note demonstrates how to create a Motion Detector with a PIR Sensor using GreenPAK SLG46400
AN-1034 Sequencer for 3 Power Rails (527.39 KB) Many applications require a controlled cycle during power-up and power-down. The GreenPAK controls the starting time of each of 3 power rails, and the shutdown time SLG46400
AN-1033 Load Power Monitor Using GreenPak (627.93 KB) In this application the GreenPAK monitors the power on a load within the range (0.5W - 1.5W) by measuring the voltage and the current on the load SLG46400
AN-1032 Fluid level controller (660.69 KB) The fluid level controller application note is a design using GreenPak to control the water level inside a tank using the property of water electrical conductivity SLG46400
AN-1031 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Serial-Parallel Parallel-Serial Conversion Circuit (Japanese) (354.98 KB) Serial-Parallel Parallel-Serial Conversion Circuit (Japanese) SLG46400
AN-1029 Adding nSETnRESET to DFF's (442.23 KB) nRESET / nSET DFF function can be very useful in the design of data processing and latching systems SLG46721
AN-1028 GPIO ExpanderSingle Wire Interface (451.94 KB) A Single Wire Interface (SWI) system is designed to reduce the number of wires in serial data communication. It is particularly useful in mobile devices because it increases the reliability of the product while reducing its size and cost SLG46722
AN-1026 Constant Current LED Driver (306.52 KB) A constant current LED driver can be easily implemented using a Green PAK IC. It has low power consumption, small board area footprint, and only a few external components are needed to complete the design SLG46110
AN-1025 1.0uA Battery Voltage Monitor (593.52 KB) 1.0uA Battery Voltage Monitor SLG46620
AN-1024 Button Reset Using GreenPAK (478.23 KB) The SLG46400 can be used as a timer for resetting an electronic device where long reset times are needed. The long delay helps to avoid unintended resets caused by accidental key presses SLG46400
AN-1023 H-bridge Motor Driver Using GreenPAK (715.01 KB) An H-bridge is an electronic circuit that enables a voltage to be applied across a load in either direction. These circuits are often used in robotics and other applications to allow DC motors to run forwards and backwards SLG46400
AN-1022 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Digital Multiplexer (653.17 KB) Digital Multiplexer is a simple and very useful combinational device which helps to solve problems when it comes about the choice of passing signals SLG46400
AN-1021 FET Control Using GreenPAK2 (309.7 KB) A driver circuit to prioritize and turn on power supply lines will be realized using chip SLG46400 chip SLG46400
AN-1020 Selectable High Voltage Generation with GreenPAK (230.76 KB) The GreenPAK product family is ideally suited for creating a design that can select a specific voltage digitally can be cumbersome SLG46400
AN-1019 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Window Comparator (245.44 KB) An analog comparator generates high-level signal on its output when signal on positive input is higher than signal on negative input. Analog comparator is used when there is a need to monitor a certain level of voltage SLG46400
AN-1018 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Wake and Sleep for Analogue Comparator (275.42 KB) Wake and sleep mode is required when the power consumption reduction is needed. An analog comparator generates HIGH-level signal on output when signal on positive input is higher than signal on negative input SLG46400
AN-1017 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design SPI Code Detector (238.54 KB) The S2P block is a standard communication block used in many devices and systems. The ease of use and configurability of this block in GreenPAK2 devices makes it a perfect candidate to replace bigger and more expensive microcontrollers SLG46400
AN-1016 Serial to ParallelParallel to Serial (S2P) (297.94 KB) The S2P block is a standard communication block used in many devices and systems. The ease of use and configurability of this block in GreenPAK2 devices makes it a perfect candidate to replace bigger and more expensive microcontrollers SLG46400
AN-1015 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Active HIGH Latch (269.3 KB) Digital Latches are functions with deep feedback for holding its state after switching by input signal from one state to another until Reset signal comes SLG46400
AN-1014 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Digital Edge Detector (229.4 KB) Digital Edge Detectors are the devices which with the appearance of the defined edge on the input produce a short pulse on their output SLG46400, SLG46721
AN-1013 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Sequencer (236.93 KB) Sequencers are functions that with the permission of the input signal change their output states with a given sequence SLG46400
AN-1012 GreenPAK™ Macro Circuit Design Digital Deglitch Filter (210.19 KB) Digital Deglitch is a simple and very useful function which helps to solve problems when it comes about input of noisy and signals with glitches, for instance from physical switches or push buttons SLG46400
AN-1011 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Dynamic switching comparator (243.82 KB) Dynamic switching is used in order to reduce power consumption. An analog comparator generates HIGH-level signal on output when signal on positive input is higher than signal on negative input SLG46400
AN-1010 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Configurable Generators (220.17 KB) GreenPAK2 chip has internal components that make creating different systems and circuits with configurable generators included possible. These circuits can be used for triggering other circuits or creating LED periodical blinking SLG46400
AN-1009 GreenPAK Macro Circuit Design Voltage Controlled Oscillator with External RC Circuit (186.46 KB) Learn how to create an RC based oscillator using external resistance and capacitance together with GreenPAK internal circuits SLG46400
AN-1003 Digital Multiplexer (198.11 KB) A Digital Multiplexer is a simple and very useful combinational device which helps to create systems that use different signals that have to pass through one line and many others SLG46400
AN-1001 Ambient Light Sensing Using GPAK (537.79 KB) Ambient Light Sensing Using GPAK SLG46200, SLG46400

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