Fluoroscopic Drug Discovery
Orchid Technologies Engineering and Consulting, Inc.
By: Julie Lavallee
Sep. 15, 2009 08:53 AM
Microprocessor control permits the simultaneous data collection of a virtually unlimited number of photo diode channels. Using advanced networking features, processed-pin-photodiode data may be communicated to a single host computer. Network communications provides facilities to perform calibration, diagnostics, and in-system firmware upgrades.
Orchid selected a Freescale MC9S12A128 microcontroller as the brain of this low cost, multi-channel transconductance amplifier. The HCS12's feature- rich complement of flash program store, static RAM, timers, analog to digital conversion circuitry, and robust processor reliability make the HCS12 a perfect fit. CodeWarrior software development tools unlock the power of the sixteen bit HCS12 processor. Complex filtering and mathematical algorithms may be implemented on the transconductance amplifier board itself.
The development of custom electronics technology solutions for our OEM clients is Orchid’s entire business. Visit www.orchid-tech.com. Contact Paul Nickelsberg, President and CTO of Orchid at 978-461-2000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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