BrainStem

How many Acroname USBHub2x4's can you connect at once?

Post date: 1 week 4 days ago
In this week's video we answered the popular question of: "Can I connect more than one USBHub2x4/BrainStem device to my computer?".  Not only did we prove that the answer is yes, but we also wanted to see exactly how many devices we could connect.  In addition, we also discussed a few methods for...

Up and running with BrainStem using our Python API

Post date: 3 weeks 2 days ago
Check out our new YouTube video "Up and running with BrainStem using our Python API". This video details how to properly configure your system to communicate with our Brainstem modules.  It includes: installing Python, pip, and the BrainStem API (.whl).  Once everything is up and running a basic...

BrainStem 2.2.0 Released

Post date: 1 month 6 hours ago
BrainStem 2.2.0 is now released!The 2.2 release incorporates a number of stability and usability improvements intoboth firmware and the software api. There are two compatibility issues that users need to be aware of when transitioning to version 2.2.       First legacy tools like aUpdater and...
Programmable USB Hub

Acroname Introduces First Fully Programmable USB Hub

Post date: 4 months 2 days ago
Acroname, developer and distributor of expandable hardware and software products for embedded robotic, automation, control systems and manufacturing testing, has unveiled the first fully programmable USB hub for automated regression testing, manufacturing test and measurement. The software-...
BrainStem

BrainStem Technology

Post date: 5 months 3 weeks ago
Acroname's BrainStem technology is a foundational tool for bridging the gap between hardware and software systems. BrainStem controllers gather and relay peripheral information to other systems, which may be a host computer, additional microcontrollers or an array of sensors and testing equipment....
Scratchpad

Scratchpad blog post

Post date: 8 years 5 months ago
OVERVIEW Scratchpad is where the BrainStem stores variable information that can be used for multiple reflexes.  Information stored here can be used for many applications because, when a value is changed, the changes carry throughout the rest of the reflexes. BrainStem application examples require...
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