PIC Projects: Digital Temperature Controller

Digital temperature controller is an essential instrument in the field of electronics, instrumentation and control automation for measuring and controlling temperatures. It can be used as much at homes as in industrial applications. Different types of analogue and digital temperature controllers are readily available in the market, but they are generally not only expensive, their temperature range is also u ...

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Single Chip Temperature Data Logger

Introduction A data logger is a device that records measurements over time. The measurements could be any physical variable like temperature, pressure, voltage, humidity, etc. This project describes how to build a mini logger that records surrounding temperature values. It has following features: - Uses just one 8?pin chip, so very compact size circuit. - Temperature range: 0 to +125°C. - Can store up to 25 ...

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Humidity and temperature measurements with Sensirion’s SHT1x/SHT7x sensors using PIC18F2550 (Part 2)

In Part 1 of this tutorial, we discussed about Sensirion’s SHT1x and SHT7x series of humidity sensors, their interface specifications, the communication protocol used for transferring data in and out of the sensor, and the equations to convert their digital outputs to actual physical quantities. These sensors are capable of measuring temperature along with relative humidity and provide outputs in fully-cali ...

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Roll and Temperature sensor applications using PIC18F2550

This page will show you how to use the TD-CMP modules in a way which fits you most.   Here are the technical specifications of the modules: Compass: Resolution: 1° - Accuracy: 3° Tilt/Roll: (TD-CMP02 and TD-CMP03 only) Resolution: 2° - Accuracy: 5° Temperature: (TD-CMP03 only) Resolution= 1°C/F - Accuracy =1° New: Sampling rate: 12,5 to 25 samples/second. Easy Tilt/Roll calibration.(TD-CMP02 and TD-CMP ...

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DS1820 Temperature regulator using PIC16F628

This simple project uses a Dallas DS1820 one wire temperature sensor and a pic 16f628 microprocessor. A simple temperature regulator where a LED symbolizes the Fan. Data derived from the DS18s20 is a 9bit centigrade temperature measurement. As mentioned the temperature sensor communicates over a one Wire bus that requires only one data line and ground for communication with a central microprocessor. The DS1 ...

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Homemade temperature LED display for PC using PIC16F876

Since I started my watercooling prejoect, I have been verry interested in how well it perform, the only way is to measure all temperatures before and after, The motherboard temperature sensors is useless unacurate, so I'm using LM50B By using this LM50B sensor I get 1 C of real accuracy I use a PIC16F876 to drive a four two digits LED displays, the PIC16 has 4 analog inputs with 10 bits resolution, now I ca ...

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Enhanced 5/2-day Central Heating Programmer with serial computer interface using PIC16F628A

Overview This project has come about from my desire to control my home heating from work.  As I have a VPN between work and home a straightforward relay controlled from a PC would seem the easiest solution.  However I also wanted a control unit that I could operate in the house without resorting to the computer.  For example, I get up late and the heating is off, I just want to hit a button and turn it on.  ...

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Humidity and temperature measurements with Sensirion’s SHT1x/SHT7x sensors using PIC18F2550 (Part 1)

Temperature and relative humidity are two very important ambient parameters that are directly related to human comfort. Sometimes, you may be able to bear higher temperatures, if there is a lower relative humidity, such as in hot and dry desert-like environment. However, being in a humid place with not very high temperature may make you feel like melting. This is because if there is high relative humidity, ...

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Revised version of LM35 based digital temperature meter using PIC16F688

This is a revised version of my LM35 based digital thermometer project that I posted last year. Although it is one of the simplest projects, it is very popular among newbies who are just starting to learn microcontrollers. There was a little flaw in the original project as pointed by some readers. I was using a 1.2 V reference for A/D conversion with PIC16F688 microcontroller. However, the PIC16F688 datashe ...

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Low cost temperature data logger using PIC and Processing using PIC12F1822

This project describes an easy and inexpensive way of adding a digital thermometer and data logging feature to a PC. It involves a PIC microcontroller that gets the surrounding temperature information from the Microchip MCP9701 sensor, and sends it to a PC through an USB-UART interface. The USB port of the PC is also used to power the device. The open-source Processing  programming platform is used to devel ...

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