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Electronic Code locking system using PIC 16F877 Mircocontroller

Electronic code locking system is extremely useful in protecting our precious possessions and can be installed anywhere with bit of engineering in it. We are widely familiar with the Password based e-locks and might have installed in our house. But we are going for Electronic locks made by any company when you can make one by your own. This project demonstrates you how to make a PIC microcontroller based si ...

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Up-Down counter on 16*2 LCD using 8051 microcontroller

DESCRIPTION In this circuit 16*2 lcd IS used to show the value of count using 8051 microcontroller. The maximum value of count is 99 because. In this circuit we are using 8051-microcontroller, 16*2 lcd, 2 switches for up counting button & down counting button. Data pins of LCD are connected to P1 port of the 8051 microcontroller. UP counter button is connected with P2.6 and down counter button is connec ...

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Learning Board for PIC12F683 Microchip

Introduction Electronics is my hobby. When I was in college I had some experience with microcontrollers; I did few projects with Atmel's AT89C51. Recently, I have grown interest on PIC microcontrollers, and I thought I should start with 8-pin microchips. I picked PIC12F683 microchip. This microcontroller fascinated me a lot because I wanted to see what we can do with an 8-pin microcontroller (out of which 2 ...

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Kaossilator 2 hack: hands free (part 1/2)

This is my first instructable.... ever. So here it goes. I own a Kaossilator 2 (KO2). It's fun little phrase synthesizer and simple looper. But it has this awkward issue with mic button. When you want to record something from microphone you have to hold down two buttons simultaneously. First the mic button to enable built-in microphone or external input (mic in) and second the loop recording bank button. Th ...

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Top PIC Microcontroller Projects with Embedded C Programming

Peripheral Interface controller (PIC) family is one of the most powerful advanced microcontroller which is developed by the microchip technology with Harvard architecture, i.e., it has a minimum set of instructions. The PIC microcontroller projects are programmed with the embedded C programming language. PIC devices consist of powerful featured controller with an internal RAM, EEPROM, Flash memory and other ...

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Microchip PIC Serial Port Programmer

About the Programmer This is a Simple com port based Microchip PIC microcontroller Programmer,This Programmer is based on JDM programmer.The entire programmer is built around commonly available components Features Does not support the usb to serial converter. Works with most of PIC mcu. Works with 18F2550 and other 18F series mcu. Connections to the Target MCU you can programe may microcontroller  by using ...

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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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PIC18F252 Programming

1. Introduction This investigation was started after I ordered the free sample kit for the Circuit Cellar contest, called Mad Dash for Flash Cash. There seems to be many ways to program the device. Here I have investigated two ways of programming the PIC18F252. 2. In-Circuit Serial Programming™ The Microchip document Programming the PIC18FXX2/FXX8, describes programming either the high or the low voltage In ...

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PIC and EEPROM Programmer

Project Summary In this project we are building a JDM programmer that can handle PIC12, PIC16 and PIC18 family microcontrollers and some popular 24C family EEPROMs. The programmer also provides ICSP feature that allows In-Circuit Serial Programming. So if you desire, you will not have to carry your MCU each time when you reprogram it. The circuit is connected to the PC via serial port and no external power ...

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