GSM module Interfacing with PIC Microcontroller – Make and Receive Calls

GSM Interfacing with PIC Microcontroller PIC16F877A - Make and Receive Calls GSM modules are fascinating to use especially when our project requires remote access. These modules could make all actions that our normal mobile phone could do, like making/receiving a call, sending/receiving a SMS, connecting to internet using GPRS etc. You can also connect a normal microphone and speaker to this module and conv ...

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Latching Relay Module

In electronics, a device is said to be a latching device if it maintains any particular fixed state even after removal of the input signal. The same also applies for electronic/electromechanical relays. Basically the electromechanical relays that are used today are of two types: 1. Non-Latching Relay : These relays are most widely used where energy consumption is basically not an issue.This type relay(s) co ...

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LTM8003 – 40VIN, 3.5A Step-Down μModule Regulator

Features Complete Step-Down Switch Mode Power Supply Wide Input Voltage Range: 3.4V to 40V Wide Output Voltage Range: 0.97V to 18V Wide Temperature Range: –40°C to 150°C (H-Grade) 3.5A Continuous Output Current, 6A peak FMEA Compliant Pinout Output Stays at or Below Regulation Voltage During Adjacent Pin Short or if a Pin Is Left Floating Selectable Switching Frequency: 200kHz to 3MHz External Synchronizati ...

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DS1307 RTC Module

The module based on DS1307, The DS1307 serial real-time clock (RTC) is a low-power, full binary-coded decimal (BCD) clock/calendar plus 56 bytes of NV SRAM. Address and data are transferred serially through an I²C, bidirectional bus. The clock/calendar provides seconds, minutes, hours, day, date, month, and year information. The end of the month date is automatically adjusted for months with fewer than 31 d ...

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LTM8064 – 58VIN, 6A CVCC Step- Down μModule Regulator

Features Complete Step-Down Switch Mode Power Supply CVCC: Constant-Voltage, Constant-Current 2-Quadrant: Sources and Sinks Output Current Parallelable for Increased Output Current, Even from Different Voltage Sources Adjustable Output Current Up to 7A When Sourcing or 9.1A When Sinking Wide Input Voltage Range: 6V to 58V 1.2V to 36V Output Voltage Selectable Switching Frequency: 100kHz to 1MHz (e1) RoHS Co ...

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Lux Meter Module

LUX Meter project has been design to measure the illumination.  Illumination is luminous flux falling on surface area of photo diode.  This illumination converted to corresponding voltage using Op-Amp circuit. Specifications Supply 9 VDC PP3 Battery @ 20 mA  Onboard Photo Diode  Onboard preset for calibration  Range selection via jumper 10mV/LUX, 1mV/LUX, 0.1mV/LUX  Interfacing is via berg connector  Power- ...

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Infrared (IR) Object Detection Module Circuit Using IR LED and Photodiode

How to make Infrared (IR) sensor Object Detection Module Circuit Using IR LED and Photodiode The IR Object Detection sensor module is quiet easy to make. This sensor circuit below is a low cost - low range infrared object detection module that you can easily make at home using IR LED's. We will use a photodiode and IR LED to make a simple circuit. IR led looks like a regular LED that you usually see in Tele ...

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MRNet — Wired Cab Module (Revision A) using pic microcontroller

Table of Contents Table of Contents Introduction Cab Design Goals Cab Electronics Power and Cable Interface Microcontroller Seven Segment Display Buttons LED's Cab Printed Circuit Board Cab Software Summary  Introduction {Introduction goes here.} Cab Design Goals The goals for the handheld cab are: Light weight. Comfortable. Not visibly warm (i.e. low power consumption). Assembled from readily available par ...

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1A from the sugar cube sized module

he TSR1SM series models of step-down switching regulators (non isolating – POL) have a high efficiency up to 96 % which allows full load operation up to +65°C ambient temperature without the need of any heat transmission layer. Excellent output voltage accuracy (±2%) and low standby current (~1 μA) are features that distinguish these switching regulators from linear regulators.To make a SMD version of such ...

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MOTION SENSOR USING PIR SENSOR MODULE WITH PIC MICROCONTROLLER AND WITHOUT MICROCONTROLLER

The circuit diagram is quite simple. I have powered my circuit with 4 AA batteries that gives 6 V supply. A diode is used in series to drop the voltage down to 5.4 V as the operating voltage for the PIC microcontroller should be below 5.5 V. Besides, the diode also provides the protection to the circuit in case of reverse polarity of the power supply. I have tested the circuit with NI-MH rechargeable batter ...

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