PICJazz 20PIN Learning and Development Board

The PICJazz 20PIN board from ermicro is designed to be used both as the Microchip PIC microcontroller learning and development board. The PICJazz 20PIN board is stand alone microcontroller module equipped with the latest 8-bit class Microchip midrange and high performance such as PIC16F690 or PIC18F14K50 microcontroller that could be used for wide range of applications including embedded controller, remote ...

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An Arduino me-too-alike for PIC16F873A

We’ve all done it – looked sideways with not a little envy at a range of add-ons for a power tool, and wished that they were available for the one we bought. There is no ’standard’ footprint for a PIC Micro-controller development/experimental board. Vendors have chosen to provide their own ‘take’ in each case, and who can blame them, selling ‘add-ons’ for a proprietary board increases revenue streams. Given ...

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PlayPIC Tutorial Board for the PIC16F84A Microcontroller

This is a new design of a tutorial board based on the popular PIC16F84A microcontroller. It features eight single leds, a 7-segment display, an LCD display and five push buttons. It is an ideal solution for the beginner to take his/her first programming steps in the world of microcontrollers. Having an in-circuit-programming (ICP) header, it can be easily reprogrammed without unplugging the microcontroller ...

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LEARN HARDWARE FIRMWARE AND SOFTWARE DESIGN – BRIEF DESCRIPTION

Edition 5 of LHFSD [ISBN 978 606 92185 32] has been specifically designed to become an educational/pedagogical manual for teachers, instructors, and also for ordinary citizens. Have no fear, dear readers: LHFSD is still addressed to beginners, since EVERYTHING starts from a white page, and then things are developed/explained only gradually [and logically], step by step. Our book continues to deliver exactly ...

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PIC LICK-1 using PIC16F84 Microcontroller

This module is so simple, I'm surprised it has not been thought of before. You can fit a PIC16F84A or PIC16F628 and it becomes a "buffered PIC chip." Look at the circuit diagram first to see what the module is doing. It's buffering 5 of the input lines with a 1k resistor and buffering 8 output with a driver (actually a sinking) transistor. If you fit a PIC16F628 chip, you can use the RC oscillator inside th ...

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Simple RS232 to logic level converter for PIC microcontroller

The circuit shown will convert logic level voltages to and from RS232 serial voltages levels. For basic serial comms between a Microchip PIC and a PC or other device you generally only need to connect the Gnd, Txd and Rxd lines. This little circuit will work with a supply voltage of 3.3v to 5v making it ideal for interfacing with a PIC  It derives the negative supply for the RS232 transmit data from the ser ...

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Breadboard using dsPIC30F2012 microcontroller

Bernard introduces us to the dsPIC microcontroller. He shows us his Arduino like project board for a dsPIC and gives advice on software development tools. This article was submitted by Bernard Klinc as part of the “Hobby parts for articles” program. Bernard received a graphic LCD module for this great article. You may remember Bernard from his previous Accelerometer Based Mouse article and video. This thing ...

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28 Pin PIC Terminal Development Board

Replacement: None. We do not have a direct replacement for this board. This page is for reference only. Description: A fun package full of potential projects! Development board for 28 pin PIC microcontrollers with power supply circuit, crystal oscillator circuit, RS232 port, ICSP/ICD port, 16x2 alphanumeric Supertwist LCD display, 6 button keyboard, Dallas touch button port, frequency input, ADC input, rela ...

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