DIY Digital Clock with Temperature Display using PIC Controller

One of the most enjoyable part of being an electronics person is creating your own gadgets and using them in daily life. In this article, we are building one of those with the help of SoloPCB design tools, a digital desk clock with temperature display feature. The brain of the circuit is a Microchip PIC18F252 microcontroller. It acquires precise time information from DS1307 real time clock via I2C interface ...

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automatic power factor controller using microcontroller

The 230 V, 50 Hz is step downed using voltage transformer and current transformer is used to extract the waveforms of current. The output of the voltage transformer is proportional to the voltage across the load and output of current transformer is proportional to the currentG‚throughG‚the load. These waveforms are fed to Voltage Comparators const visit page. ructedG‚usingG‚LM358G‚op-amp. Since it is a zero ...

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LT8714 – Bipolar Output Synchronous Controller with Seamless Four Quadrant Operation

Features Bipolar Output Cleanly Transitions Through 0V Output Can Source or Sink Current for Any Output Voltage CTRL Pin Externally Sets Output Voltage Wide Input Range: 4.5V to 80V Power Good Indication Pin (PG) Switching Frequency Up to 750kHz Can Be Synchronized to an External Clock High Gain EN Pin Accepts Slowly Varying Input Signals 20-Lead TSSOP Exposed Pad Package Typical Application Description The ...

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Top 5 Wireless Ways to Communicate with your Controller

One of the strongest trend we have seen this year at CES2015 is, as you can imagine easily, the IoT (Internet of Things) development. Consequently, the most important component needed is the “connection and communication” module that enables the remote interaction between the device and “the community” via internet. Here we will sum up the various possibilities you can use to connect your controller using d ...

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Misc Projects : High Power RGB LED Controller

This is an ongoing project to control a number (currently 5) of Lamina Atlas high power (350-500mA) LEDs. Current progress includes: PCB artwork (in Eagle) with connections for 5 RGB LEDs. Firmware for a Microchip PIC16f887 microcontroller to interface between the FTDI 245R USB chip and a number of Texas Instruments TLC5940 constant current LED drivers. Python ctypes interface to libftdi. A simple Python in ...

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PIC Industrial and Domestic Timer (Relay Controller)

Hi Friends, I hope everyone had a rocking New year I was suppose to give you all a New year gift uploading a new project, but unfortunately it got delayed 'coz I was busy with my *personal life* One of our site member, Jeswanth kumar (jeswanthmg ) has submitted his project to me just before the new year eve. It took a little time for me to review this project. Project is titled "Industrial and Domestic Time ...

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Water Filter Controller

As a fan of taking my dihydrogen monoxide in straight, uncut, uncorrupted liquid form, I purchased a six stage reverse osmosis filter some years ago. My filter is a few years old now, and the super calcium enriched water we have in Michigan has taken its toll. The filter used to shut off when the production tank was full. However, the filter has recently developed a leak in the auto shutoff valve, so it’s c ...

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How to adapt a NES clone controller to bluetooth using PIC12F675

How to adapt a NES clone controller to bluetooth I bought a Wireless Bluetooth RS232 TTL Transceiver Module from DX (SKU 80711) and wonder what i can do with it. So, I'm realy nostalgic and decided to build a NES clone crontoller to bluetooth adapter, because, by this way I could play again that amazing games that we all remenber. A important thing I need to highlight is that in my city is so dificult to fi ...

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Buck controller allows 48V to 1V direct step-down

Key Features Wide input voltage range: 4.5V to 60V Wide output voltage range: 0.6V to 54V Light-load efficiency enhancement Low ripple diode emulation mode with pulse skipping Programmable soft-start Supports prebiased output with SR soft-start Programmable frequency: 100kHz to 2MHz External sync PGOOD indicator Forced PWM Adaptive shoot-through protection No external current sense resistor Use lower MOSFET ...

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Connect CAN-SPI with PIC Controller

The SPI module is available with a number of the PIC compliant MCUs. The mikroC PRO for PIC provides a library (driver) for working with mikroElektronika's CANSPI Add-on boards (with MCP2515 or MCP2510) via SPI interface. The CAN is a very robust protocol that has error detection and signalization, self–checking and fault confinement. Faulty CAN data and remote frames are re-transmitted automatically, simil ...

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