Schematic PIC Data Logger with Delta-Sigma Converter

Labels: circuit >> data logger >> MICROCONTROLLER >> PIC >> Project >> schematic The aim of the project is to build a lab-grade data logger with PIC18F45K20 microcontroller and a 20-bit delta-sigma converter. It's named as G5 Data Logger. This new data converter technology using delta-sigma simplifies the design of high resolution data recording device. One of the interesting c ...

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Dspic-Servo Project using PIC30F4012 microcontroller

Project Description This project was developed as an inexpensive way to drive small dc brushed motors as positioning servos for use on a desktop sized CNC machine. The board is interfaced to the PC through 2 pins of a parallel port. The drive signal on these pins is known as quadrature drive. The power stage consists of a power op amp driven in constant current mode. The internal PIC processor ( a 30f4012 f ...

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UART Communication using PIC Microcontroller

In this tutorial we learn to Enable UART communication with PIC Microcontroller and how to transfer data to and from your Computer. So far, we have covered all basic modules like ADC, Timers, PWM and also have learnt how to interface LCDs and 7-Segment displays.  Now, we will equip our self with a new communication tool called UART which widely used in most of the Microcontroller projects. Check here our co ...

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Interfacing Bluetooth Module HC-06 with PIC Microcontroller

In this tutorial we will learn How to make out PIC projects wireless by interfacing a Bluetooth Module (HC-06). In our previous tutorial we have already learnt How to use USART module in our PIC Microcontroller and established communication between PIC and Computer. If you are an absolute beginner then check here for our all the PIC Tutorials, where we have started from the scratch, like learning MPLAB and ...

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Digital Count Down Timer using PIC Microcontroller

In this article, our author Mithun has developed a 0 – 99 min counter using PIC microcontroller 16F628A. So basically this is a digital count down timer ideal for engineering and diploma students for their project requirements. We have given complete circuit diagram of the digital count down timer along with full source code. In addition, photographs of the breadboard setup is uploaded. Every micro controll ...

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Temperature controlled fan using PIC 16F877A

You might have come across several applications where we need to control a specific device based on analog parameter. This Embedded system works in a similar concept where we are about to control the speed of a DC motor using based on the external temperature. The rise in temperature will result in increase in speed of the motor and vice versa. These type of Temperature controlled fan systems can generally ...

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Mädchen Machen Technik

The "Mädchen Machen Technik" workshop is designed to give high school students an introduction to microcontrollers. The students will build a flashing light pattern and/or a counter-timer. In the process of building this project, the students will learn about microcontrollers and digital electronics. Here is the parts list for the projects. Introduction to some circuit elements The students will learn how t ...

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PIC based Oscilliscope

I have seen many examples of microcontroller oscilliscopes on the web and have had an itch to build one myself.  In order to accomplish this my initial thought is to sample an input (ADC) at consistant time increments and then display the waveform on a graphic lcd display.  If I want to change the time scale I can just change the rate of time between samples, and if I want to increase the voltage scale I ca ...

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Electrical Subsystem

The goal of the electrical design was to streamline an automatic shift control while keeping manual user input in a fast, user-friendly way. The electrical design was driven by the complexity required by the mechanical system. The system takes in rider input in the form of a throttle position sensor, shift pushbuttons, and mode selector. It also takes in other input that the rider doesn't have direct contro ...

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$15.00 BASIC Computer using PIC32MX1 microcontroller

$15.00 BASIC Computer? Imagine a microcontroller that you can connect a serial terminal up to to get an ok prompt? What would happen if you changed one of the control registers can I see the effect straight away? Is it really possible to download programs onto this chip from the Internet and run them? Can I create a program and have it run at reset? Do I only need a serial link and two capacitors to get the ...

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