Pocket Programmer

http://www.bubblesoftonline.com/pocket/pocket.html HOT! Tony Nixons Pocket Programmer. The Pocket Programmer is a stand alone serial programmer that can program most of the PICmicro®MCU range of microprocessors. (12C6xx, 16Cxxx, 16Fxxx, 18Cxxx) It works from a single 18VDC supply or with 2 X 9 volt batteries. Combine this with 64K of on board EEPROM which can store upto 32 HEX files and you have a truely po ...

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8049 Spy using pic microcontroller

What do you do when you have to read the internal ROM contents of a 8048 or 8049 processor and you don't own a programmer for those devices? You simply build this 8049 spy of course! That is exactly what I did when I wanted to know how my Philips Frequency Counter PM 6668 worked. With this knowledge I was able to add some interesting features to that beautiful counter. You can find a description of the SB-6 ...

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PURPIC, the wearable PICkit2 clone using PIC12F508 programmer

PURPIC, the wearable PICkit2 clone PIC programmer based on a design by David Tait using through hole transistors and resistors glued to a piece of cardboard. Oh, how times have changed. And as usual, I'm still 7* years behind those changed times. My latest project is a remake of today's hottest 7-year-old PIC programmer, the PICKit2! *there, fixed! Step 1 An extremely brief history of the PICkit2 Microchip ...

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8051-PIC MICROCONTROLLER PROJECTS

USB AVR In-System-Programmer (ISP) - The AVR firmware was written by: Klaus Leidinger - The PCB was designed by: Dimitris Porlidas - The schematic diagram was drawn by: Dimitris Porlidas - The AvrOspII software was written by: Mike Henning - Small modifications in firmware and schematic diagram were made by: Vassilis Serasidis Nowadays, USB is the most popular connection connection between PC and peripheral ...

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pic-microcontroller

Home Alarm System PIC16F84A Alarm Clock Analog data recording and playback unit Animated LED Signboard Capacitance measurement Capaciter meter Christmas Light Flasher Microcontroller PIC16F877A is one of the PICMicro Family microcontroller which is popular at this moment, start from beginner until all professionals. Because very easy using PIC16F877A and use FLASH memory technology so that can be write-eras ...

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How to Wire a PIC Microcontroller?

I'm completely new to the world of PIC Microcontrollers and electrical engineering so please go easy Anyway, I managed to program my PIC 16f627 to turn on three LEDs when push button (trigger button) is pressed and start a shut down sequence (basically each LED toggles off one after another with a 5 second delay in between) when another pushbutton is pressed (reset button). I've been testing this on a Velle ...

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Versatile SOIC PIC Programming Header using PIC18F88

A small PCB allows for the out-of-circuit programming of 18 & 28 pin SOIC PIC Microcontrollers from either an ICSP programmer or ZIF socket. A recent article in a popular electronics magazine presented a small printed circuit board for programming 18-pin SOIC PICs from a ZIF socket. Looking at the design I knew instinctively that it would be unusable with the set-ups I use, which is a shame, as I’d just ...

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j. ICSP Programmer for PIC32 microcontroller family

PIC32 ICSP Programmer v1.0 is based on a simple PIC32MX270F256B microcontroller basic circuit. It connects to a PC via USB 2.0 port and therefore needs no external power supply. It may be used to program a PIC32 microcontroller on a circuit via ICSP interface or you may add a programming header. It basically works similar to PICkit3 when programming a PIC32 microcontroller. The programmer uses the right han ...

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Use a PIC Microcontroller to Control a Hobby Servo

This instructable describes how to integrate hobby servos (the kind used in RC planes, cars, etc.) into your microcontroller projects. Step 1: How Servos are Different from Regular Motors In a regular DC motor, the amount of torque the motor exerts on the shaft is proportional to the amount of current flowing through the motor. A simple way to control it is by varying the voltage across the motor; more volt ...

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