C# Software and Firmware, USB INTERFACE BOARD

C# Software Application and Firmware for PIC18F4550 Board To continue further with this project you would need to download my version of Firmware to control 6 LED’s and a Software application which is written in C# sharp, a project file has been also enclosed with the download files given below. Download the software, firmware and the drivers for this board according to your operating system. Upload the fir ...

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USB Interface Demo Board Using PIC18F4550

PIC18F4550 USB DEMO INTERFACE BOARD PROJECT This project / USB hardware is quiet easy to make at home with few components, this piece of hardware will be detected by your computer like any other external device once it’s completed. This is a Simple USB demo interface development board project and demonstrate excellent USB interface to Microcontroller. This is my first project in this website. It is a USB de ...

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USB Interface Board Driver Installation PIC18F4550

USB Interface Board Driver Installation Connecting PIC18F4550 First Time This tutorial will try to explain how to make your interface development board to work for the first time. Without a Demo hex code inside PIC18F4550's flash memory, it  won’t respond even if we connect the Demo Interface Board Directly to computer. In my previous post we have successfully loaded the Demo Hex Code into the PIC18F4550  u ...

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Microcontrollers with USB interface are common, but…

Microcontrollers with USB interface are common nowadays. Manufacturers provide source codes for USB device classes like CDC, HID, Mass storage and DFU. . Even in this case, programming USB communications may not be a trivial task. If it is only required to replace RS232 serial interface to USB, is worth considering using of FTDI TF-X series USB to serial bridge. Advantages: ● Entire USB protocol handled on ...

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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 ...

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LabNation SmartScope: unique multi-platform USB oscilloscope

Details • The world's first lab device to target OS X, Linux, Windows, Android and iOS (jailbroken) compatibility. • Get mobile: take the SmartScope on the road, thanks to the single-cable connectivity. • Intuitive: pointing, pinching and swiping finally replaces the clunky interfaces of old scopes. • Develop your digital interfaces using the 100MS/s logic analyzer. • Design any signal you want using Excel, ...

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Implementation USB into microcontroller: IgorPlug-USB (AVR) using pic microcontroller

Purpose of this article is to inform readers about implementation USB interface into singlechip microcontroller, which this interface directly not supports. Simply: implementation USB interface on firmware level (similar as emulation of RS232 interface in microcontrollers, which not have RS232 support). This project includes development of firmware on microcontroller side, driver development on computer sid ...

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USB PIC Programmer : PICKit2 usong pic microcontoller

Microchip’s PICKit2 is much more comfortable,reliable and powerful than the other programmers that we can find all over internet. It is a USB based ICSP (In Circuit Serial Programming) programmer. Since it is a first release, Microchip published all the resources of PICKit2 public, which includes hardware schematics and all source code of softwares used. Through this any one can add features, fix bugs and m ...

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The CANable: a small USB to CAN adapter

The CANable is a hardware clone of Eric Evenchick’s CANtact project, an open-hardware USB to CAN adapter compatible with socketcan. I took his design and reworked the hardware to be a bit more suitable for my personal needs, with a screw terminal instead of a DB9 connector and a much smaller PCB. The design is open-source hardware and the schematic is nearly identical to CANtact except CANable uses the STM3 ...

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How-to: USB remote control receiver using pic microcontoller

ow that we listen to MP3s, and watch XVIDs or x264s, a computer is the entertainment center in at least one room of most homes. Unless you have a special HTPC, though, you’re probably stuck using the keyboard to pause, change the volume, and fast-forward through annoying Mythbusters recaps. PC remote control receivers range from ancient serial port designs (who has one?) to USB devices not supported by popu ...

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