PIC 18F – 28 PIN PIC Development Board

Description This is a versatile, configurable, and cost effective Development Board designed for the 18F – 28 pin series of Microcontroller from Microchip. The board is simplest form with all the Port pins terminating in a header connector for easy connection to the outside world. Power Supply 7-18V DC Rajkumar Sharma      http://www.rajkumarsharma.com 3756 This is a PIC18F Development board with ICSP conne ...

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18 pin PIC Development Board using PIC16F62

18 pin PIC Development Board I have long been playing with Microchip PICs but have always made do without some form of development board. To that end I have designed a basic board that I was hoping to get some input for. I haven't yet made this board as I am waiting for some kit to turn up to finish it off and make it, however I thought others may be in a position to use or modify it. Project requirements T ...

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Whac-a-Veggie using PIC18F4550 microcontroller

Whac-a-Veggie For this year’s Trunk ‘O’ Treat game I wanted to make a something fun and exciting for kids to play so I choose a Whac- a-Mole type game called Whac-a-Veggie using the Veggie Tales characters.   The Whac-a-Veggie game is played with a foam hammer in your hand and the veggie characters randomly popping-up quickly and you have to hit them on the head before they go back in there holes to sc ...

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PIC microcontroller development board using pic microcontroller

Development board backplane Plug-in part by wave soldering process , the board also neat reverse . The curved surface of the pad foot , guaranteed not to scratch your desktop. The system uses a fully independent module design , DIY leave enough space to the user can use any combination of the modules for a variety of experiments. The benefits of individual modules is self-evident , but for beginners operati ...

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PIC Evaluation/Development Board Implementation using pic-microcontroller

Abstract The objective of this project is to produce a PIC evaluation/development board to be used by future ECPE senior design project teams.  Many project implementations call for some sort of microcontroller unit in the final product, and this need can often be met by a simple PIC microcontroller.  However, the development of a PIC solution is often beyond the expertise and available time of the design t ...

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Universal Driver & Dev Board using PIC16F

Description The simple 8 channel LED chaser has been a very popular project on Picprojects since it was first published a couple of years ago.  During that time there has been a demand for a board that could drive more LEDs so I started designing a new version of the LED Chaser using MOSFETs.  What I wanted to do was come up with a circuit design and PCB that while fulfilling the need for a MOSFET driver co ...

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What is Chipkit Development Board?

In order to understand the chipKIT platform, it is important to talk about Arduino first. Arduino is an easy-to-use and powerful open source environment for developing microcontroller based applications.Chipkit Development Board It has gained huge amount of popularity in past few years, specially among hobbyists. Arduino has been a wonderful tool, introducing many people to the world of embedded electronics ...

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DE1-SoC Development Board from Terasic

The DE1-SoC board is populated with a six digit 7-segment display. All digits are connected to the FPGA. Therefore, in order to control the 7-segment display out of the Linux userspace code, one has to create a new component in QSys that is connected to the AMBA-AXI bus. But first of all, please note that this is a blog post, not a comprehensive tutorial. The text below does not replace the official Altera ...

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40 & 28 PIN PIC Development Board

This is a 40 & 28 PIN PIC Development Board The PIC 40 / 28 PIN (DIP) Development / Evaluations board demonstrates the capabilities of Microchip’s 8-bit microcontrollers, specifically, 28- and 40-pin PIC16FXXX, PIC16F1XXX, and PIC18 devices. It can be used as a standalone demonstration board with a programmed part. With this board you can develop and prototype with all Microchip’s 40 & 28 PIN PIC mi ...

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PIC 16F877 / 16F874 Development Board

The Development Board v. 1.1 connected to an LCD display. It is well visible (read further, in the description) the row of LEDs used to check the logic state of up to 8 I/O ports or external circuits' pins. Of course, if you own an 8 trace oscilloscope, you can do without it. :-)) On the right bottom the programming cable. Characteristics of the DB12 As I have done with the PIC 16F84 / C84 Evaluation Board, ...

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