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PIC 16F917 Gyroscope interface

In this post we will study the ADC ( Analog-to-Digital ) Module of the Microcontroller PIC16F917 . We will study a real circuit of PIC16F917 interfacing to a semiconductor Gyroscope. The Gyroscope is a motion sensor that senses tilt in a certain direction . The used sensor is a yaw rate sensor ( free sample from Analog Devices . The Gyroscope ADXRS613 was sent in an evaluation package EVAL-ADXRS613 ) . Yaw ...

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USB Project :- USB Interface Board Using PIC18F4550

USB PROJECT: - USB INTERFACE BOARD USING PIC18F4550 Microcontroller CONTROL - 6 LEDS C# software ( 4.0 .net framework) PIC18F4550 Firmware - for 6 LED's. TUTORIAL FOR BEGINNERS It’s a low cost USB interface Board that provides cool interface to your computer and it can be used to control various devices like DC Motor, Stepper motor ,Servo ,relay switch etc. with your laptop or any computer with a USB port a ...

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My New MIDI Merger uses 10 MIPS £1.00 PIC Microcontroller using PIC18F4320

This unit provides 4 autonomous MIDI inputs and 1 MIDI output. Note this is a ‘proper’ MIDI Merger – all 4 MIDI inputs can be used at the same time, unlike other ‘designs’. The unit also provides an indication of the channel number being played, and has shown itself to be capable of expansion into a full-blown controller. The PIC microcontroller I used – 18F4320 was being sold off cheap, at £1.00 each by Cr ...

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USB and PIC Microprocessors 16C745 and 18F2455

Introduction This page describes a project a colleague and I completed between September, 2000 and March, 2001 as part of the Engineering Physics degree program at the University of British Columbia.   In summary this project involved building a USB device using the PIC 16C745 microprocessor from Microchip.  The USB device consisted of a microphone, the microprocessor and other hardware and the device sent ...

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Low cost ICSP PIC-programmer using PIC16F648A

Galvanic from PC isolated PIC programmer The Wisp648 from www.voti.nl is an In Circuit Serial Programmer to program a flash PIC which mostly can stay in your circuit. No irritating doings like pulling the PIC out of the PCB, place it in the programmer, programming it, pull it out the programmer and place it back in the PCB, over and over again, it can stay in the circuit on your breadboard or PCB while prog ...

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Bit-Banging Serial Interfaces for the Low-End and Mid-Range PICMicros using PIC16F84

When I designed the "YAP" for the "YAP" PICMicro programmer presented in "Programming and Customizing the PIC Microcontroller", I felt that the serial interface provided in "execution mode" of the programmer would be very useful for people developing their own software. With this interface, the user could input new values into the PICMicro application or output temporary values to help with debugging. This ...

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Arduino to PIC Communication using PIC18LF4520

One very common thing in electronics is the need for two intelligent devices to communicate with each other. When you first see a PIC and Arduino you might think that they are two differeny systems and don't share much in common, but you'd be wrong! In fact, the AVR and the PIC microcontrollers have many of the same types of hardware modules and some of them follow the exact same protocols for communication ...

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Interfacing with UART of PIC microcontroller

This post provides the solution for using the PIC controller UART interface (e-g to connect PIC controller with PC using serial adapter). Complete code and simulation can be downloaded from the 'Downloads' section at the bottom of this post. The following figure shows the result of simulation of PIC UART in Proteus7.6. In the main function UART is intialized by calling the function InitUART (defined in the ...

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PIC18F452 UART code and Proteus Simulation

This post provides the UART code (compiled in MPLAB + HI-TECH C) for PIC18F452 (e-g to connect PIC18F452 controller with PC using serial adapter). Complete project code and the proteus simulation can be downloaded from the Downloads section at the bottom of this post. The following diagram shows the required circuit. A crystal of 10MHz is used with PIC18F452. This crystal frequency is fed into PLL of PIC18F ...

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PIC12F675 LCD Interfacing Code and Proteus Simulation

This post provides the LCD[1] interfacing code using PIC12F675 microcontroller. This code is written in C language using MPLAB with HI-TECH C compiler. You can download this code from the 'Downloads' section at the bottom of this page. It is assumed that you know how to make an LED blink with PIC12F675 microcontroller. If you don't then please read this page first, before proceeding with this article. PIC12 ...

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