Making PIC Microcontroller Instruments and Controllers

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-01-13
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education TAB
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The step-by-step construction project to bulding many electronic instruments .Rely onMaking PIC�.Microcontroller Instruments and Controllersfor complete guidance.on using microcontrollers to build timers, clocks, LCDs, thermometers,.metronomes, and many other electronic instruments..Packed with exciting design ideas, the book explains all the hardware,.software, computer code, and other considerations that you need to know before undertaking a project,.together with clear illustrations and schematics that demonstrate.the construction process. The author also provides many.challenging exercises, and includes dozens of helpful programs,.with complete code, on an accompanying website.

Author Biography

Harprit Singh Sandhu, Ph.D., is the founder of.Rhino Robotics, a major manufacturer of both robots and computer.numeric controlled machines.

Table of Contents

1. Intro to the MELabs LAB X-1 Board 2. The Hardware and Software Set Up 3. Understanding the PIC 16F877A Chip 4. Software, Compilers and Editors 5. Controlling the Input and Output 6. Timers and Counters 7. Clocks and Memory 8. Serial Communications 9. Liquid Crystal Displays 10. Using Sensors 11. Conditioning the Input Signal12. Conditioning the Output Signal 13. Intro to the 8 projects 14. The instruments 15. Counting pulses�a programmable tachometer 16. Creating accurate time intervals�the Metronomes 17. Counting marbles 18. Dual thermometer with inhibit 19. Artificial Horizon table 20. Eight button Touch Panel 21. Single set point controller 22. Solar collector data logging 23. Debugging 24. Some real world projects 25. Appendices a. Setting up programmer b. Abbreviations c. Sample Programs by ME Labs d. Sample Programs in this book e. Notes on Designing a Battery Monitor

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