Pinguino Project (a PIC Microcontroller Based Arduino #No Programmer Required)




Hey Guys i am Back after 2 months with Awesome Project,This is a Complete tutorial to make PIC Microcontroller based Arduino ,which can run Arduino Programs on PIC18F4550 or PIC18F2550 Microcontroller , one advantage on this microcontroller is ,it does’nt require any External Programmers, Since it has inbuilt USB support .so guys lets get started

Step 1: Things Needed !

Pinguino Project (a PIC Microcontroller Based Arduino #No Programmer Required)

) PIC18F2550 (28pin) -1

2) Crystal 20Mhz -1

3) Capacitor -22pf -2

4) Resistor 470ohm – 2

5) USB B type PCB mount – 1

6) Capacitor 220nf – 1

7) Jumpers -few

8) LED – 1 or 2

9) Push button

10) Resistor 10K ohm – 1

Step 2: Circuit Diagram for Pinguino BoardDiagram Pinguino Project (a PIC Microcontroller Based Arduino #No Programmer Required)

Connect all the components as shown in the circuit diagram on Breadboard or you can make your own PCB board , here i used Breadboard for my project.

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