Techniques

Versatile, flexible and a broad knowledge of electronics characterize Brunelco. From the first product idea up to and including the delivery of a fully tested product, we focus on the interests of our customers.

Which techniques do we apply on a daily basis?

The list of techniques below is intended as an impression, of course we apply much more and also broader techniques. Would you like to know whether your project is in good hands with us? Please contact one of our employees for an exploratory meeting without obligation.

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Sensors

Time of flight sensor (Time of flight)

The Time Of Flight (TOF) sensor measures distances by measuring the time it takes for a light signal to return to the original light source…

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Accelerometer sensors

Accelerometer sensors measure the acceleration. They can be used to detect vibrations, collisions but also the tilting of objects. Accelerometers or accelerometer sensors are mainly…

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Wireless techniques

General Packet Radio Service

GPRS means General Packet Radio Service. This is a technique that enables data communication in the GSM network. With GPRS, the information is sent in…

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Universal Mobile Telecommunications System

UMTS or Universal Mobile Telecommunications System is seen as the successor to GSM/GPRS (General Packet Radio Services) and, like its predecessors, offers both circuit-switched and…

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Zigbee – 2,4 Ghz

ZigBee is an open standard for wireless connection between devices at short distance 10-70m. ZigBee is primarily intended for building automation and measurement and control…

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Bluetooth – BLE

Bluetooth wireless technology is a wireless communication system intended to replace the cables that connect different types of devices. Bluetooth wireless technology is used for…

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WiFi

Met deze oplossing kunnen apparaten zelfstandig informatie uitwisselen via internet, door gebruik te maken van een standaard WiFi router. Beveiligde toegang mogelijk.

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LoRa ™

LoRa TM is the answer to the growing demand for long-distance data connections. The brand name stands for Long Range. In combination with a matching protocol…

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Identification methods

NFC

NFC is being used more and more often in smart phones and as a result, it is suddenly becoming more widely known. NFC is an…

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Energy

Inductieve Energie overdracht

Sometimes there is a need for energy, but a cable connection is not practical, for example for moving parts, humid environments, or hard-to-reach places. Inductive…

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Switched mode power supply

A Switched Mode Power Supply (SMPS) is a power supply that uses high switching frequencies. As a result, the transformer can be constructed much smaller…

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Software platforms

Android Applications

We have developed a wide range of Android Apps. For example, we can use an Android Smartphone, via our own Bluetooth device, to send an…

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RTOS

FreeRTOS is a real time operating system, for embedded systems. Although the OS itself is open source, it can be used to create applications that…

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Data communication

Controller Area Network

The Controller Area Network (CAN) is a standard for a serial data bus, originally developed by Robert Bosch GmbH, from 1983 to 1986, to link…

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RS485

RS-485 or EIA-485 is a serial interface for telecommunications like the better known RS-232. RS-485 distinguishes itself from RS-232 by a longer cable length, less…

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Powerline Communication (PLC)

POWERLINE COMMUNICATION (PLC) During its existence, Brunelco has worked in various projects with communication about the food lines. This technique is also used in the…

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TCP/IP

UDP is an abbreviation of User Datagram Protocol. TCP is the abbreviation for Transmission Control Protocol. The main difference is that UDP messages are sent…

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Positioning

Differential Global Positioning System

DGPS (Differential Global Positioning System) is a complementary positioning system, which improves the accuracy of GPS. It uses a reference receiver whose position is known,…

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