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Search results: 386   Output: 101-110
  1. This project describes an easy and inexpensive way of adding a digital thermometer and data logging feature to a PC. It involves a PIC microcontroller that gets the surrounding temperature information from the Microchip MCP9701 sensor, and sends it ...
    27-02-2012
  2. Vassilis Serasidis Introduction This mini Logic analyzer is a tool for you to watch on LCD the logic transitions 0 or 1 of a digital data signal. A digital data signal can be found on the output pin of TSOP-1736 Infrared Receiver, on the Transmit ...
    26-02-2012
  3. Shyam Sunder Tiwari It generally isn’t safe to connect programmable logic controller (PLC) and industrial sensor outputs directly to microcontrollers that need transistor-transistor logic (TTL) or CMOS signals, which can make such sensors ...
    23-02-2012
  4. Part 1 - Theory Part 2 - Schematic, Firmware for the PIC microcontroller to initialize the GLCD In the first part of this tutorial, we discussed about Winstar’s WDG0151-TMI GLCD module, which is a 128×64 pixel monochromatic display ...
    10-02-2012
  5. Part 1 - Theory Circuit diagram The circuit diagram for this experiment is shown below. The PIC16F887 microcontroller is used to drive a Winstar WDG0151-TMI GLCD. The data pins are connected to PORTD and other control signals are driven through ...
    07-02-2012
  6. Part 1 - How does RFID work, Whats stored on the card Part 2 - Schematic and PCB The software was next. Using the Arduino IDE, I implemented a simple menu system that allowed me to enter the relevant facility and CardID data directly from the ...
    02-02-2012
  7. Rajendra Bhatt, Nepal The use of a graphical LCD (GLCD) drastically changes the look of your project. It provides more freedom for presenting data than the HD44870 based character LCDs. Today we will see how to interface a KS0108 (name of the ...
    31-01-2012
  8. Part 1 - How does RFID work, Whats stored on the card So the next step was to identify how to pretend to be a card - I wanted a card that I could type a card number into, so it had to have a microprocessor on it, was well as a keypad to allow the ...
    28-01-2012
  9. RFID projects have been pretty prominent recently, ranging from projects here in Instructables, to our local Silicon Chip magazine in Australia publishing a RFID door lock project in their November issue. Even I recently purchased a RFID door lock ...
    27-01-2012
  10. On my desktop PC I have a speakers and a headphones. Usually I use headphones, but when I need to switch to speakers I need to physically plug in speakers instead of headphones to my PC’s soundcard. I wanted to solve this problem for a long ...
    19-01-2012
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