Digital Ammeter Circuit using PIC Microcontroller and ACS712

Measuring the voltage and current will always be helpful while making or debugging any electrical system. In this project we are going to make our own Digital Ammeter using PIC16F877A Microcontroller and current sensor ACS712-5A. This project can measure both AC and DC current with a range of 0-30A with an accuracy of 0.3A. With few modifications on the code you can also use this circuit to measure up to 30 ...

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Interfacing Ultrasonic Sensor HC-SR04 with PIC Microcontroller

For any project to come alive, we need to use sensors. Sensors acts as the eyes and ears for all embedded application, it helps the digital Microcontroller to understand what is actually happening in this real Analog world. In this tutorial we will be learning how to Interface Ultrasonic Sensor HC-SR04 with PIC microcontroller. The HC-SR04 is an ultrasonic sensor which can be used to measure distance anywhe ...

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Interfacing GPS Module with PIC Microcontroller

GPS is the short-form of Global Positioning System. It is a system which provide accurate Altitude, Latitude, Longitude, UTC time and many more information, which are taken from 2, 3, 4 or more satellite. To read data from GPS, we need some Microcontroller and we already interfaced GPS with Arduino and with Raspberry Pi. We have selected G7020 GPS module which is made by U-blox. We will receive Longitude an ...

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Interfacing PIR Sensor with PIC Microcontroller

Today we are simple going to interface PIR with PIC Microcontroller PIC16F877A. In this circuit if some moving objects comes in the range of PIR sensor, the buzzer will start beeping. Material Required PicKit 3 PIR Sensor. PIC16F877A IC 40 - Pin IC holder Perf board 20 MHz Crystal OSC Female and Male Bergstick pins 33pf Capacitor - 2Nos, 100uf and 10uf cap. 680 ohm, 10K and 560ohm Resistor LED of any color ...

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Digital Thermometer using a PIC Microcontroller and DS18B20

Generally, the LM35 temperature sensor is used with microcontrollers to measure the temperature because it is cheap and easily available. But LM35 gives analog values and we need to convert them into digital using ADC (Analog to Digital Converter). But today we are using DS18B20 temperature sensor in which we don’t need an ADC conversion to get the temperature. Here we will use PIC Microcontroller with DS18 ...

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Interfacing Joystick with PIC Microcontroller

Input devices play a vital role in any electronics projects. These input device help the user to interact with the digital world. An input device can be as simple as a push button or as complicated as a touch screen; it varies based on the requirement of the project. In this tutorial we are going to learn how to interface a joystick with our PIC microcontroller, a joystick is a cool way to interact with the ...

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PIC16F877A Microcontroller Based Digital Alarm Clock

The digital Revolution started in 1950 changes all the existing mechanical and analog electronic structures into digital computers. Since the growth of digital electronics has been exponential, today it is almost impossible for a person to resist using any electronic equipment. Starting from the alarm clock that wakes you up and the toaster that serves you breakfast, everything is a contribution from digita ...

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4×4 Matrix Keypad Interfacing with PIC Microcontroller

Keypads are widely used input devices being used in various electronics and embedded projects. They are used to take inputs in the form of numbers and alphabets, and feed the same into system for further processing. In this tutorial we are going to interface a 4x4 matrix keypad with PIC16F877A. Before going into the detail logic and learn how to use the keypad, we will need to know few things. Why we need 4 ...

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PIC to PIC Communication using RF Module

Hello everyone, Today in this project, we will interface RF Receiver and Transmitter module with PIC Microcontroller and communicate between two different pic microcontrollers wirelessly. In this project we will do following things:- We will use PIC16F877A for the Transmitter and PIC18F4520 for the Receiver section. We will interface Keypad and LCD with PIC microcontroller. On the transmitter side, we will ...

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SPI Communication with PIC Microcontroller PIC16F877A

PIC Microcontrollers are a powerful platform provided by microchip for embedded projects; its versatile nature has enabled it to find ways into many applications and is yet to grow a lot. If you have been following our PIC tutorials then you would have noticed we have already covered a wide range of tutorials on PIC microcontroller starting from the very basics. In the same flow we are proceeding to learn t ...

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