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Tuesday, November 08, 2016

WIZ-C - PIC C Compiler Simulator and IDE

A complete ANSI C Compiler for the PIC series with Rapid Application Development front end. Fully inclusive of all of the C Compiler environment and functionality. This is for the PICmicro MCU microcontroller family.

WIZ-C - PIC C Compiler Simulator and IDE

This has Drag and Drop component selection. Point and Click pin connections and direct parameter selection by drop down lists, check boxes and validated data entry. It also supports In-Circuit Debugging and also can transfer to MPLAB. (professional version). They have a free demo version too.

WIZ-C PIC IDE

There is a optional library set to considerably ease USB development. Included components support timers, serial interfaces, I2C, LCD, 7 Seg displays, keypads, switches, port controls, many bus interfaces including IIC and Dallas iButton.

Learn to program a PIC micro with C using FED

This free manual will take you through the process of learning C from variables through constants to pointers and then structures and unions. Most of the examples are standalone and are as small as possible to enable the purpose and effect to be easily understood.

Sunday, January 03, 2016

USB PIC a easy PC Interface

PIC18F4550 has a USB Interface easy to use, code or configure. This page will help in trying out this PC friendly PIC Microcontroller.

The CREATE USB Interface

The Create USB Interface is an open source microcontroller board that can be programmed in C, BASIC, or Arduino languages. This latest version is called the CUI32Stem, which is designed to work ‘hand-in-hand’ with the GROVE prototyping system including a wide range of sensors and actuators.

USB PIC a easy PC Interface

PIC18F4550

The PIC is the heart of the board. It's a programmable microcontroller with 32Kbytes of flash program memory and 2kbytes of general purpose SRAM. It has 13 A/D inputs and 18 general purpose I/O ports. On the CUI board, one of the general purpose I/O pins is dedicated to the "program" button to enter bootloading mode. You can use the remaining ports for anything you wish.

Musical Interaction Design with the CUI32Stem: Wireless Options and the GROVE system for prototyping new interfaces by Dan Overholt

Sunday, August 03, 2014

Pinguino - Arduino-compatible for PIC

Pinguino is an Arduino-compatible open source hardware electronics prototyping platform. It supports different 8- and 32-bit microcontrollers, all with built-in USB module

New library : I2C 16-bit I/O expander #Pinguino can now drive Microchip MCP23O17 / MCP23S17 16-bit input/output port expanders with i2c interface, interrupt output and cascadable for up to 8 devices on one bus.

Pinguino - Arduino-compatible for PIC

Pinguino - Arduino-compatible for PIC

Pinguino Software is an Integrated Development Environement (IDE) which gives everyone the ability to write, compile and upload programs on a Pinguino board.

Pinguino comes with a USB Bootloader. This small program running inside the microcontroller is responsible for transferring your application from your PC to the microcontroller memory and handing over the control to this program afterwards.

Friday, March 21, 2014

Dontronics - PIC and AVR Kits Shop

Dontronics World's largest range of Microchip (PIC) and Atmel (AVR) Hardware and Software. They have many kits for Embedded SBC from small ones to the powerful types that run Linux.

Dontronics - PIC and AVR Kits Shop

Dontronics - PIC and AVR Kits Shop

They supply many boards from Olimex. One is shown here. MCU: PIC18LF8490 16KB Flash memory, 768 B RAM memory, LCD driver, 10 bit ADC, PWM, SPI, I2C, EUSART, TIMERS, COMPARATORS, up to 40MHz operation.

Monday, July 29, 2013

MikroMedia for PIC18FJ - MikroElektronika

This Development Board for Multimedia Apps has an On-board PIC18FJ, which is preprogrammed with fast USB HID bootloader, ready for your R&D Project or even a Home Automation Solution.

MikroMedia for PIC18FJ - MikroElektronika

MikroMedia for PIC18FJ

It has Large 320x240 TFT Color Display with Touch Screen and Stereo. The batteries can be charged from USB port. The microSD memory card and 8Mbit Serial Flash Memory can help in storing data and media like pictures, sounds and other files.

Visual TFT is a standalone application used for rapid development of graphical user interfaces for TFT displays. Software generates code compatible with mikroElektronika compilers.

If you are a fan of arcade games, you won't resist this fantastic board. Gaming shield is an extension board for your mikromedia that provides you with standard gaming buttons and audio speakers, so you can build and play your favorite arcade games.
mikromedia GAMING Shield

mikromedia GAMING Shield

GAMING Shield comes with convenient stacking headers, so you can easily connect not only mikromedia, but other shields as well, such as battery boost shield.

Monday, May 06, 2013

Open Programmer PIC and Atmel

An open source USB programmer for PIC micros, I2C EEPROMs, some ATMEL micros, generic I2C/SPI devices and (soon) other devices.

Open Programmer PIC and Atmel

  • Completely free and Open Source (including firmware)
  • Programs PIC10-12-16-18, 24xxxx I2C EEPROMs, some ATMEL micros, communicates with generic I2C & SPI devices (see supported devices)
  • USB interface, HID class (same as keyboards, mice, etc.)
  • Self powered
  • Doesn't need drivers
  • Built from easy to find components (estimated cost ~10€)
  • Hardware generated timings for maximum speed and reliability (writes a 18F2550 in 15s, 8s under Linux)
  • Doesn't saturate your CPU and doesn't suffer when other programs are running
  • Open source control programs for Linux and Windows
USBPicprog, another open source programmer

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Mechatronics Demonstration Kit with PIC

The DM163029 or PICDEM Mechatronics demonstration board is an easy-to-use mechatronics development and demonstration platform. Mechatronics refers to implementing intelligent control in a mechanical system.

Mechatronics Demonstration Kit with PIC

The demonstration kit takes a hands-on approach to learning about mechatronics. Jumper wires are provided in the kit which allow the developer to experiment with connecting the PIC microcontroller to various components on the board. These components include sensors, LEDs, human input devices and motor drivers.

Mechatronics Demonstration Kit with PIC

Features Include
  • PIC16F917 MCU with 8 MHz
  • Displays: 8 LEDs and LCD
  • Stepper motor and brushed DC motors
  • Analog temperature sensor
  • 32.768 kHz crystal for time generation
  • Human inputs: 4 tactile switches, 2 potentiometers
  • Optical speed sensor for brushed DC motor
  • ICSP programming capability - MPLAB ICD

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Multi-Instrument Digital Assistant – PIC16F84A

Multi-Instrument Digital Assistant - PIC16F84A - "It contains four instruments in one unit: logic probe, single channel logic state analyzer, frequency counter and serial code receiver."

The Engineer's Assistant - Erik Grindheim

"This compact instrument is intended to be a digital laboratory tool for hardware and, in some cases, software debugging. It contains four instruments in one unit: logic probe, single channel logic state analyzer, frequency counter and serial code receiver"

Multi-Instrument Digital Assistant – PIC16F84A

Serial code receiver The serial code receiver receives 42 bytes and displays them in both HEX and ASCII. The baud rate is selectale in 8 steps from 1200 to 115200.

Logic state analyzer This is a one-channel logic state analyzer. It fetches 300 single bit samples in a selectable rate from 25ms to 1┬ÁS (40 Hz to 1 MHz in 16 steps).

Frequency counter The frequency counter displays the frequency with up to 8 digits on the LCD. The refresh rate is 500ms.

Logic probe The low and high logic levels are displayed by LEDs which are OFF if the probe tip is floating.

Thursday, December 13, 2007

Jon Fick - PIC RC and Sailboat

Jon Fick - PIC RC and Sailboat

Projects using Microchip PICmicro MCUs. written in and featuring CCS C codeAll free, with source code, modified 08/21/07 . -Jon Fick

(Jon please use thumbnails for images, IrfanView makes thumbnails, thumbnails can link to main image, thumbnail is 10kb and main image can even be 1Mb - delabs)

Monday, May 14, 2007

Daves Microcontrollers 8051 and PIC

Dave's website

Microcontrollers I'm into microcontroller development, both software and hardware I've settled into the 8051 family, (incl. the AT89c4051), particularly the AT89s8252, after starting with PICs. Hey! see the new PicAxe.

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Build Your Own Microcontroller Projects

These pages created by Wichit Sirichote of  Department of Applied Physics, Faculty of Science, provides schematic and software for hobbyists to practice "learn by doing", build a simple microcontroller projects at home.

Build Your Own Microcontroller Projects

Some of the projects include - The 4 Channel Pt100 Thermometer, G5-Data Logger, Solar Recorder,    89S52 and PIC Project Board. Even circuits, code and SBC for the popular 8051 can be found here.

Build Your Own Microcontroller Projects

Dual Channel Digital Volt Meter

"I do remember the Intersil ICL7135 very clearly. This year 2011, almost 29 Years, the classic integrating type analog to digital converter is still interested. With a cheap price and easy interfacing, I think I will design a cheap digital volt meter with microcontroller to provide serial interface similar to the Fluke45. Two channels is good for scientific experiment."