How to Interface I2C External EEPROM 24LC64 to PIC Microcontroller

Microcontrollers are standalone chips since they have memory and processor embedded. The integrated memory of microcontrollers store embedded code and other temporary variables for the execution of program. CircuitsGallery published many microcontroller tutorials and PIC microcontroller projects. Sometimes we may use non-volatile memories (i2c devices) with microcontrollers in case of storing permanent data ...

Read more

Microchip PIC Microcontrollers

Implementing ICSP requires connections to a minimum of 5 processor pins: VDD, VPP (also MCLR\), SCLK (on RB6), SDAT (on RB7), and GND. VDD and GND are straightforward. In most applications, it is best to dedicate RB6 and RB& for SCLK and SDAT. This avoids potential complications when these signals are used during programming. Microchip shows a suggested circuit for MCLR\ involving a RC network and diode ...

Read more

How to Program a PIC Microcontroller & Read an Encoder

Introduction: From electronic toys & games to microwave ovens, microcontrollers can be found just about anywhere these days! But how can we make these small computers work for our own electronics projects? That's where this tutorial comes in - with detailed instructions showing you what to do every step of the way. At the end of this project, your microcontroller will even be able to track the speed of ...

Read more

Infrared Remote Control with Microcontroller

This little project will demonstrate how you can use NEC IR protocol based TV, DVD or VCR remote control to control you home appliances like fan bulb or virtually anything. There are lots of projects out there to accomplish this task but i have to write my own code because of too many requests on IR infrared Remote Control Relay Board with PIC12F675 Microcontroller. There are a number of consumer Infrared p ...

Read more

MEASURING HEART RATE USING A PHOTOPLETHYSMOGRAPHIC CARDIOTACHOMETER using pic-microcontroller

ABSTRACT The heart rate is an important measure of health and physical fitness. Medical professionals rely heavily on the rate as a measure of health status and use it to prescribe treatment to individuals. Athletes value the heart rate highly as a tool for regulating frequency and intensity of workouts because the rate provides a quantification of exercise intensity. By looking at the rate, athletes can ta ...

Read more

Very Accurate LC Meter based on PIC16F628A using pic microcontroller

Accurate LC Meter Part's List: 1x 16x2 LCD Display with Green / Blue Backlight 1x PIC16F628A Programmed Microcontroller 1x LM311 IC 1x Accurate LC Meter PCB with red solder mask 1x Enclosure 1x Gold Plated Machined 18 DIP IC Socket 1x Gold Plated Machined 8 DIP IC Socket 1x L/C Pushbutton Switch with Black Cap 1x Tactile momentary reset switch with Black Cap 1x Gold Plated 16-PIN LCD Female Header 1x Gold P ...

Read more

Introduction to the PIC32 using pic-microcontroller

The Microchip PIC32 is a family of complex and powerful microcontrollers that can be purchased for less than $10 in quantities of one. This microcontroller offers many peripherals useful for mechatronics purposes, such as several channels for analog-to-digital conversion, digital I/O, synchronous and asynchronous serial communication, pulse width modulation, etc. For our purposes, the primary advantages of ...

Read more

PIC’ing the MAX5581: Interfacing a PIC Microcontroller with the MAX5581 Fast-Settling DAC

MAX5581 Overview The MAX5581 is a 12-bit, fast-settling DAC featuring a 3-wire SPI™ serial interface. The MAX5581's interface can support SPI up to 20MHz with a maximum settling time of 3µs. This application note presents an application circuit and all the firmware required to interface the fastest line of PIC microcontrollers (PIC18F core) to the MAX5581 DAC. The example assembly program was written specif ...

Read more

Nike+iPod reverse engineering (protocol too) using pic microcontroller

UPDATE: code posted below Nike+iPod is a very interesting piece of hardware for all kinds of reasons, not the least of which is that it as actually useful. It works by wirelessly transmitting data from a sensor (that is stored in your shoe) to a receiver that is either externally connected to your iPod or to the receiver that is integrated into the bluetooth chip in the iPhone (3GS and 4 only). Some work ha ...

Read more

True USB GQ-4X Programmer using pic microcontroller

http://www.bubblesoftonline.com/pocket/pocket.html {ed: Tony moved on, the web site is closed, but all the files are here: pocket.zip file containing all the files required to build the kit, install the Win32 application, setup the unit, and program chips. Also includes source code. This will extract to make the install disk: Installation disk. This installs on a windows workstation and contains: Files that ...

Read more
Scroll to top