DLP Design focuses on easy-to-use tools for designing in USB. Products include USB adaptors, USB Security Dongles, development boards, USB-to-RS232 and USB-to-Serial (TTL Level) Cables, Modules and Adapters, Temperature Humidity Sensors, Microcontroller FLASH Programmers, Prototyping Boards, USB-to-RS232 Converter Modules, and RFID products.
DLP Design's DLP-7970ABP NFC/RFID Booster Pack is an add-on board designed to fit TI’s MCU LaunchPads that incorporates DLP Design’s DLP-RFID2 RFID module. This BoosterPack allows the software application developer to get familiar with the functionalities of the TRF7970A multi-protocol, fully-integrated, 13.56MHz RFID/NFC IC on their Texas Instruments embedded microcontroller platform of choice without having to worry about developing the RF section. LaunchPads from Texas Instruments are easy-to-use flash programming and debugging tools for the MSP430, C2000, TIVA, etc. line of microcontrollers. They feature everything you need to start developing on a Texas Instruments microcontroller device. They have on-board emulation for programming and debugging, on-board button switches and LED’s and BoosterPack-compatible pinouts to support a wide range of plug-in modules like the DLP-7970ABP.
DLP Design DLP-IO14 USB-Based 14-Channel Data-Acquisition Module is a low cost, easy-to-use data-acquisition system for analyzing AC voltages, controlling and monitoring processes, and measuring DC voltages in the range of both 0-5V and ±5V. This module provides topside wire terminal blocks for the wiring connections. The 14 channels on the DLP-IO14 include 12 digital I/O which can also be set to Analog Input Mode (0-5V). The DLP-IO14 also provides SPDT latching relay contacts. Each of the channels and relay contacts can be controlled via simple single- and dual-byte commands. All operational power is taken from the host PC via the USB port.
DLP Design High-Speed USB-FPGA Module is a compact prototyping tool that can be used for rapid proof of concept or within educational environments. The module is based on the Xilinx Spartan™ 3A and Future Technology Devices International's FT2232H Dual-Channel High-Speed USB IC. The DLP-HS-FPGA3 provides both the beginner as well as the experienced engineer with a rapid path to developing FPGA-based designs. When combined with the free ISE™ WebPACK™ tools from Xilinx, this module is more than sufficient for creating anything from basic logical functions to a highly complex system controller.
DLP Design USB PSoC5 Development Module is a compact prototyping tool that can be used for rapid proof of concept, OEM solutions, or within educational environments. The module is based on Cypress Semiconductor's Programmable System-on-Chip (PSoC®) 5 and Future Technology Devices International's FT2232H Dual-Channel High-Speed USB IC. The USB PSoC5 Development Module provides both the beginner as well as the experienced engineer with a rapid path to developing PSoC-based designs. When combined with the free PSoC® software development tools (PSoC Creator™ and PSoC Programmer™) from Cypress, this module is more than sufficient for creating anything from a basic microcontroller with embedded analog and digital functions to a highly complex system controller. Both the hardware system architecture and the software are supported by the PSoC® software tools.View DLP Design's DLP-2232H Dual Channel High Speed USB Module
DLP Design DLP-MAV-LCD1 LCD / Microcontroller Module combines a 2x16-character backlit LCD display with a TI MSP430 microcontroller to form a MAVRK-supported display module. The MSP430 is preprogrammed with basic functionality for driving the LCD display via either the MAVRK platform or a simple, 5-pin TTL serial interface. DLP Design DLP-MAV-LCD1 LCD / Microcontroller Module provides the MAVRK platform with a means of displaying data that does not require a connected host PC. The host firmware sends data from the host processor on the MAVRK platform via the 2-wire TTL serial interface. When the 5-switch joystick is operated, the DLP-MAV-LCD1 issues switch closure information to the host processor using the MAVRK platform protocol. The DLP-MAV-LCD1 is ready to accept commands immediately upon power up.
DLP Design DLP-HS-FPGA2 USB-FPGA Module is a low-cost, compact prototyping tool that can be used for rapid proof of concept or within educational environments. DLP Design DLP-HS-FPGA2 USB-FPGA Module is based on the Xilinx Spartan™ 3A and Future Technology Devices International's FT2232H Dual-Channel High-Speed USB IC. The DLP-HS-FPGA provides both the beginner and the experienced engineer with a rapid path to developing FPGA-based designs. As a bonus feature, one channel of the dual-channel USB interface is used to load user bit files directly to the SPI Flash—no external programmer is required. All that is needed to load bit files to the DLP-HS-FPGA is a Windows software utility (free with purchase), a Windows PC, and a USB cable. The DLP-HS-FPGA has on-board voltage regulators that generate all required power supply voltages from a single 5-volt source. Power for the module can be taken from either the host USB port or from a user-supplied, external 5-volt power supply via an onboard standard barrel connector.
DLP Design Dual Channel High Speed USB Module is a USB-to-UART/FIFO interface module based on USB 2.0 high speed (480Mb/s) silicon. The DLP-2232H is drop in compatible with the DLP-2232M except for the difference in the VCCIO voltage. The DLP-2232H has a maximum VCCIO of +3.6 Volts, but its IO pins are +5.0 Volt tolerant as inputs. DLP Design Dual Channel High Speed USB Module is manufactured in a lead-free, RoHS-compliant, compact 40-pin, 0.1 inch spaced, standard 0.6 inch wide DIP footprint.
Also available: DLP Design USB PSoC5 Development Module
DLP High Speed USB Microcontroller Module combines the same USB interface used in the DLP-2232H and the DLP-1232H modules with a Texas Instruments microcontroller to form a rapid development tool. The DLP High Speed USB Microcontroller Module provides a cost-effective, microcontroller-based method of interfacing an electronic peripheral to a host computer via USB. The MSP430F2618 microcontroller is preprogrammed with basic functionality for accessing the port pins and can be reprogrammed with user firmware via a 10-pin header using a device programmer (sold separately). No in-depth knowledge of USB technology is required as all USB protocols are handled automatically by the on-board FT2232H and its support circuitry.
The DLP-2232MSPF also combines the same USB interface used in the DLP-2232H module with a Texas Instruments microcontroller with internal FRAM to form a rapid development tool. The MSP430FR5739 microcontroller can be reprogrammed with user firmware via a 12-pin header using the MSP-FET430UIF device programmer/debugger (sold separately).
The DLP Design DLP-IO20 USB-based, 20-channel Data Acquisition Module is a low-cost, easy-to-use data acquisition system for analyzing AC voltages, driving 5 volt relays, controlling and monitoring processes, and measuring DC voltages in the range of 0-5 volts. The DLP Design DLP-IO20 Data Acquisition Module features 3 outputs with high current relay / LED drivers and 17 digital I/O, 14 of which can be set to analog input mode. The DLP-IO20 also provides two latching relay contacts. Each of the channels and relay contacts on the Data Acquisition Module can be controlled via simple multi-byte commands. All operation power for this DLP Design device is taken from the host PC via the USB port. The DLP-IO20 automatically changes the mode of each I/O with each command sent. It is ideal for a variety of applications, including robotic control, motion control / presentation, data acquisition, industrial / process control, and more.
The DLP Design DLP-USB1232H High-Speed USB Adapter is the premier USB-to-UART/FIFO interface module based on FTDI's fifth-generation USB 2.0 High Speed (480Mb/s) silicon. This compact DLP Design High-Speed USB Adapter is available in a compact, 18-pin, 0.1-inch spaced standard DIP footprint. The DLP-USB1232H can be configured in a variety of industry-standard serial or parallel interfaces. The DLP Design DLP-USB1232H handles the entire USB protocol on module and requires no USB-specific firmware programming.