Microcontroller based Data Logger

Description: This project is a fine combination of analog and digital electronics. This project is designed so as to fulfill the requirements of the industry applications, home applications. The project consists of parameters monitoring, parameter storage. PC interface is one of the main features of the project in which various data like value of parameters, date and time are sent to the PC using a hyper te ...

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microcontroller based projects circuit free

Analogue electronics, digital circuits and microcontrollers simulation, all in one. Another free Espresso-based minimisation tool. PLD and FPGA project flow Electronics circuit diagrams and projects based on microcontroller. 8051-BASED EEPROM MICROCONTROLLERS. HUM-FREE BATTERY ELIMINATOR Please I need a circuit diagram of a speed checker on highway with full project report write up, and all the construction ...

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Microcontroller Based Password Verification System

Aim: - To simulate a circuit using microcontroller 8051 for verifying password. Theory: - The block diagram for microcontroller based password verifying system is shown. The purpose of the circuit is to verify the password entered by the user. An 8-bit password is the input to this system (A simple example has purposely been dealt with here for the convenience of an average student. The student may modify t ...

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Microcontroller based Diode and Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) tester

Introduction Most of the digital multimeters these days have built-in features for testing diodes and sometimes transistors. The purpose of this project is to demonstrate a simple way to construct a testing device for diodes and bipolar junction transitors (BJTs) using a microcontroller. The testing algorithm is based on a simple fact that a working PN junction conducts current in only one direction. A PIC1 ...

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Single microcontroller based 12v to 230v inverter with intelligent battery charging

Single microcontroller based 12v to 230v inverter with intelligent battery charging (Made by me) Here I describe the circuit as: *single microcontroller/controller (ATMEGA16/32) *no op-amps, only chips are the micro, opto-couplers and regulator (7805) *low-battery/overload/short-circuit protection *thyristor controlled battery charger, using the MOSFET body diode as the AC-DC rectifier *charger maintains th ...

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PIC based WWVB clock

Introduction There are many DIY versions of WWVB clock designs available on the web. Commercial "atomic" clocks are inexpensive and widely available, but I wanted to try my hand at designing one to gain insight into WWVB reception and to learn a little about programming a PIC microcontroller. My version is not the simplest available, but it works well and I think it offers a few unique features. WWVB Clock ...

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PIC Based Message wand

The project uses flashing LEDs to present shot message in the air by swinging a wand around above the head. A perfboard is used to construct the circuit that is powered by 2 coin cells type CR2016. The power fluctuations from excessive load on the coin cells can be prevented using the electrolytic capacitor. A toothbrush holder is used to make the message wand since swinging around the exposed sharp edges o ...

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GIGABYTE delivers Cavium ARM-based server boards

GIGABYTE of Taiwan has produced a cache-coherent, dual socket ARM server board the MT70-HDO and its associated 2U rackmount the H270-T70. Based on the Cavium ThunderX ARMv8 processor, they accelerate GIGABYTE’s recent efforts to bring ARM-based server products to market thereby opening new doors for scale-out server workloads.Designed for the 48 cores ARMv8 2.5GHz ThunderX processor, the MT70-HD0 is a dual ...

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PIC based WWVB clock

Introduction There are many DIY versions of WWVB clock designs available on the web. Commercial “atomic” clocks are inexpensive and widely available, but I wanted to try my hand at designing one to gain insight into WWVB reception and to learn a little about programming a PIC microcontroller. My version is not the simplest available, but it works well and I think it offers a few unique features. WWVB Clock ...

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PIC10F200 based dice

This page describes a PIC10F200-based electronic dice. The reason I made this was that I got a small corner left over when ordering a panel with a couple of other PCBs and thought I would rather use the corner for something fun than leave it unused, so I made a dice. The PCB is quite small, so it is hard to etch yourself even the layout is available in the zip-file if you want to try, so to make it easier f ...

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