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Medical Device Development

August 2012: FSI Systems Inc. has been awarded a contract to design, prototype and manufacture a medical device for an unnamed client. The contract, which includes guiding the custom design through UL and FDA approvals is currently valued at $2-3 MM with deliveries starting in 2013 with possible extensions through 2015.

FSI Presents at FRTS

November 2011: Dave and Pete showcase FSI's expertise in embedded product development.

FSI in the RBJ!

May 2011: John Malvaso President of FSI Systems interviewed by the Rochester Business Journal

FSI at STW Govt Conf

May 2011: Internet & Security one hour session presented by FSI's Dave Braverman

Making Freescale AN3905 work on Kinetis

Freescale Application Note AN3905, "Writing Your First MQX Application” provides an introduction to writing MQX applications using an example that blinks four LEDs. Each LED has its own task. By stalling each task by a  different amount of time the LEDs blink at different rates. AN3905 is written for the Coldfire family of microcontrollers. If you build it for a part in the Kinetis family it will build, but when you run it the LEDs do not blink. This document explains how to modify the code from AN3905 to make it work with the Kinetis family.


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