Prometheus/Pandora’s Box using PIC12C508 microcontroller

Prometheus/Pandora's Box Some of you monkeys out there think you can PWN me. You need to be Spanked. Here is an obfuscated ultraminimalized Monolith for you. It is enlightening and harmless, except to the devil, who really hates it, because I'm letting you have it (for "free"). You're curious. So Make it, if you have tools. GET PARTS This is easy. You need: -a PIC12C508 or 509 or anything compatible or be a ...

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Microchip Technology Inc. is a Leading Provider of Microcontroller and . (Nasdaq: MCHP) Manufactures and markets a variety of VLSI CMOS semiconductor components to support the embedded control market.www.microchip.com - 143k - CachedMicroch Microchip Technology Inc. is a Leading Provider of Microcontroller and . (Nasdaq: MCHP) Manufactures and markets a variety of VLSI CMOS semiconductor components to suppo ...

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picLink RS232 low cost development controller with ADC using PIC16F628A

PicLink RS232 low cost development controller with ADC PICLink RS232 Embedded Controller The PICLink RS232 controller module affords any microcontroller enthusiast an easy to construct mini-microcontroller module. This embedded microcontroller is ICSP (in circuit serial) programmable and provides separate PORTA, PORTB, RS232 I/O ports, 4 Channel Analog to Digital converter as well as an integrated ICSP port ...

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How to use PIC16F84A pin as input (Code+Proteus simulation)

This post provides an example code to use PIC16F84A pins as inputs. After going through this example, you will understand how to make PIC16F84A pins as inputs and how to read their value in the code. 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 blink an LED with PI ...

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Aurora mini 18 using PIC24FV16KA302 microcontroller

Aurora mini 18 My obsession of this year is full-color LED. I have made Aurora 9x18 as a result. As much as I love the scale of Aurora 9x18, I also wanted to have something smaller, perhaps something that can go on a costume? Here's Aurora mini 18. It has 18 full-color/RGB LEDs on a smallest possible circle. With a single PIC microcontroller, changing 18 RGB LEDs smoothly is reaching the technical limit. Wi ...

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DMM Piggyback (add RS-232) using PIC16F688 microcontroller

DMM Piggyback (add RS-232) There are mods that give a multimeter serial connectivity by soldering some pins but, it only works if it already has RS-232 ability. So I decided rather than building a PIC multimeter from scratch, I would Piggyback off a $4 DMM. I used: one PIC16F688 one LM358 a button and a 100k potentiometer 3 resistors (1k 10k 20k) A PCB, piece of thin plastic, and hardware Despite the low pa ...

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Building your own Simple Laser Projector using the Microchip PIC12F683 Microcontroller

The 8 pins PIC12F683 microcontroller is one of the smallest members of the Microchip 8-bit microcontroller families but equipped with powerful peripherals such as ADC and PWM capabilities. This make this tiny microcontroller is suitable for controlling the DC motor speed. In order to demonstrate the PIC12F683 capabilities and to make this tutorial more attractive, I decided to use the PIC12F683 microcontrol ...

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A DDS Module based on the AD9835 using PIC16F84

Table of contents Purpose Disclaimer Schematics PCB Pictures of the finished module Notes & comments SSTV Testgenerator Credits Purpose While working on a project I came across the DDS chips from Analog Devices. Especially the AD9835was very atractive to me because of its super simple handling and small size. Normaly you would use such a chip as a VFO or for other, similar functions but I decided to use ...

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The One Chip Spinning RGB POV Display with conversion software using PIC18f4680 microcontroller

The 'One Chip Spinning RGB POV Display' with conversion software. If you have been on the look out for a project that combines, RGB LED's, a motor, a microcontroller and a ridiculous amount of hot melt glue, then you have certainly come to the right place. Allow me to introduce the 'One Chip' Spinning RGB POV Display This project allows you to create (with minimal components) a fantastic customizable displa ...

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The Saltwater etch process using PIC16F54 microcontroller

The Saltwater etch process This is a one-off process to produce one printed circuit board by removing unwanted copper by electrolysis in a saltwater solution. I shall illustrate the process by etching and building a board for 18-pin PIC (for the PC16F54, but any 18 pin PIC will fit in it) in the figure. It has to plug into my breadboard and accept the programming signals from my PIC programmer (just go to h ...

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