How to use input output ports 8051 microcontroller|LED blinking




How to use input output ports 8051 microcontroller LED blinking

PIC16F877A Pin out & Descriptions

There are 5 ports that provide parallel I/O Interfaces to outside world PORTA, PORTB, PORTC, PORTD, PORTE

Each port provides 8 bidirectional digital I/O lines which are connected to PIC16F877A pins provided that alternate functions are not selected on that Port.

Eventhough Bidirectional at nay time the I/O line can either be INPUT or OUTPUT.

By clearing some bit of the TRIS register (bit=0), the corresponding port pin is configured as output. Similarly, by setting some bit of the TRIS register (bit=1), the corresponding port pin is configured as input. This rule is easy to remember 0 = Output, 1 = Input.

Step 1: Connection of LEDs With a Port

Connection of LEDs With a Port

Let us assume that 8 LEDs are connected to 8-pins of PORTD of an PIC16F877A chip.

We want to glow eight LEDs alternately. [If ‘1’ is sent, the corresponding LED glows]

And they will toggle at every 1 sec and it will be repeated continuously.

Write a C code or Basic code for the above mentioned output operations

Light Emitting Diode (LED) is a special diode that emits light when electric voltage is applied to it. It is a common electronic equipment used in many devices for indication purpose.

Step 2: Summary Action During Output

Step1: If we want to read (in) data through a pin of a port, the corresponding bit of TRISx Register has to be set to ‘0’.

Step 2: Whatever data is in that pin of the port the data will appear in the corresponding bit of TRISx register.

Step 3: Each pin has a provision of connecting a pull up resistor internally. If we want to connect that resistor, we have to write ‘1’ to the corresponding bit of PORTx register.

Note: At START UP or UPON RESET, TRISx register contains 0x00. That is the port remains at Input state. But if it is used as OUTPUT at one stage of program, afterwards, we can not read data from a pin if we do not complete step 1.

Step 3: PIC SIMULATOR IDE

 

PIC Simulator IDE is powerful application that supplies Microchip microcontroller users with user-friendly graphical development environment for Windows with integrated simulator (emulator), pic basic compiler, assembler, disassembler and debugger. PIC Simulator IDE supports the extensive number of microcontrollers (MCUs) from the Microchip 8-bit PIC Mid-Range architecture product line (selected PIC16F, PIC12F, PIC10F models).

Step 5: Code

Define CONF_WORD = 0x3f72

Define CLOCK_FREQUENCY = 12 ‘clock frequency

AllDigital ‘all ports goes to digital

TRISD = 0x00 ‘PORTD output

PORTD = %00000001 ‘RD0 is on and other pin off or zero

goleft: ‘for left shift loop

WaitUs 500 ‘delay 500us

PORTD = ShiftLeft(PORTD, 1) ‘portd shiftleft from rd0

If PORTD.7 Then Goto goright ‘when RD7=1 then goto loop right shift

Goto goleft ‘repet loop

goright: ‘right shift loop

WaitUs 500 PORTD = ShiftRight(PORTD, 1) ‘shift right

If PORTD.0 Then Goto goleft ‘when RD0=1 then goto left shift loop

Goto goright




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