Displaying Scrolling(Moving) text on 16×2 lcd Using Pic16f877 and Pic18f452 Microcontroller

Displaying moving or scrolling text on lcd(16×2,8×1,16×4,8×2,16×1,20×1,20×2 etc) is very easy using any microcontroller. You just need to know how to efficiently use 16×2 lcd commands. In this project i am using pic 16f877 microcontroller to display text and then scroll it on the 16×2 lcd. The lcd which i am using is 16×2. Where 16 represents number of coulombs and 2 represents number of rows. Text which i ...

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Interfacing Lcd(8×1,8×2,10×1,10×2, 16×2, 16×4, 20×1, 20×2, 40×1,40×2) in 4 Bit Mode with Microchip Pic16f877A Microcontroller

In this project i am going to interface 16×2 lcd display in 4-bit mode with Microchip Pic16f877 microcontroller. We can interface any size of character lcd display (8×1,8×2,10×1,10×2, 16×2,16×2,16×4,20×1,20×2,40×1,40×2 etc) in 4-bit mode with pic microcontrollers. In 4-bit interface mode only 4 lcd data lines are used to display data on lcd screen. Usually lcd is interfaced in 4-bit mode with microcontrolle ...

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Display custom characters on 16×2 lcd using Microchip Pic16f877 Microcontroller

Here is a simple project on how to build/generate/make custom characters in 16×2 lcd and then print/display them on lcd using microchip pic16f877 microcontroller. Character lcd contains a set of ascii characters and some Chinese characters in their controllers. We invoke the ascii characters present in the ram for displaying them on lcd. But if we want to display some special characters, symbols or similes ...

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Displaying ASCII Characters on 16×2 Character lcd Using Microchip PIC16f877 Microcontroller

In this tutorial i am going to print/display ASCII characters on 16×2 lcd using pic16f877 microcontroller. Lcd is interfaced with pic microcontroller in 8-bit mode. Code is written in c language. High tech c compiler is used to compile code and code is written in Mp-lab ide. Interfacing 16×2 lcd with pic microcontroller and displaying characters on lcd is very easy. Only the portion which is little bit comp ...

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Rotary Encoder Interfacing with PIC Microcontroller

A Rotary encoder is an input device which helps the user to interact with a system. It looks more like a Radio potentiometer but it outputs a train of pulses which makes its application unique. When the knob of the Encoder is rotated it rotates in form of small steps which helps it to be used for stepper/Servo motor controlling, navigating through a sequence of the menu and Increasing/decreasing the value o ...

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Friwo LED drivers will light up your LEDs as much as you just want

LT series LED drivers with 10-100W power represent a complete solution with wide possibilities of control. Exceptionally narrow and slim design, remained even at high-power versions, provides a high flexibility of use. Power supplies for LED lighting (so called drivers) are available from many producers, in a various qualitative level. Why to decide just for the LT series from German company Friwo? Here are ...

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USE INPUT OUTPUT PORTS OF PIC18F452 MICROCONTROLLER

This guide hopefully will show you how to write C code that will allow you to read in an analog input (AI) value to your PIC microcontroller. I am using a PICkit 3 programmer with a PICkit 2 18-pin demo board. The microcontroller is a PIC1827, but the ideas discussed in this article will be applicable to many other PICs as well. Step 1: Initial Requirments Hardware Required - PICkit programmer - PIC microco ...

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PIC12F1822 ADC and PWM modules

This topic gives a short descriptions about PIC12F1822 microcontroller ADC and PWM module and how to use them using CCS PIC C compiler. For more details go to PIC12F1822 datasheet. PIC12F1822 ADC Module: PIC12F1822 microcontroller has a 10-bit ADC (Analog-to Digital Converter) module. 4 Pins can be used as analog inputs which are: RA0 (AN0), RA1 (AN1) RA2 (AN2) a,d RA4 (AN3). The ADC module is used to read ...

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Unipolar Stepper Motor Control Example with PIC12F1822 Microcontroller

This topic shows how to drive 5V unipolar stepper motor in 3 modes one-phase, two-phase and half step. The microcontroller used in this project is Microchip PIC12F1822 and the motor drive circuit is ULN2003. Usually the unipolar stepper motor has 5 wires one for motor supply and the other for coils. This motor has 4 coils and they are connected as shown in the figure below: Unipolar Stepper Motor Control Ex ...

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MC33035 Brushless motor driver breakout board

The board shown here is a breakout board for MC33035 brushless motor controller. It requires an output buffer IPM module or Mosfets to complete the closed loop brushless motor driver. MC33035 IC is the heart of the project; the project provides 6 PWM pulses as well 6 Inverse pulses outputs. On board Jumpers helps to change the Direction, Enable, Brake, and 60/120 phasing Header connector provided to connect ...

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