Microcontroller - 8051, 8052, OpCodes, Analog Interface.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

PICbook - Embedded Design PIC18F452

Embedded Design with the PIC18F452 Microcontroller written by John Peatman (Prentice Hall, 2003) in support of Microchip Technology's PIC18F family of microcontrollers.

PICbook - Embedded Design PIC18F452

PICbook - Embedded Design PIC18F452

The QwikFlash devlopment board is used as an example in the book for interfacing the PIC18F452 to various external components. The board contains varous I/O devices such as an RS-232 port (for program code development with QwikBug), RPG, potentiometer,a pushbutton, an LCD, and a few LEDs.

QwikFlash

Shown above - QwikFlash board chained to a QwikProto board which has been equipped with a magnetic card reader, a stepper motor, and a temperature sensor having a PWM output.

QwikFlash

A temperature sensor is included on the board to demonstrate the use of the PIC18F452's A/D module. A two-channel D/A converter illustrates the use of the PIC18F452's SPI three-wire interface.

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