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Showing posts with label uC-Projects. Show all posts
Showing posts with label uC-Projects. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 03, 2016

Professor Mark Csele - Electronic Projects

"I present, below, a collection of projects I have worked-on over the past few years. For over a decade, I had taught both embedded systems (microcontroller technology) and digital signal processing and practice what I preach...."

Professor Mark Csele - Projects and Hobbies

Nixie Thermostat - A heating and cooling thermostat employing technologies spanning fourty years from the unique Nixie tube display, circa 1960's, to a PIC 18F microcontroller, circa 2006.

A High-Powered Power Backup Inverter

A High-Powered Power Backup Inverter - The working prototype of the 2 KVA inverter is complete. Fed from an array of lead-acid cells totalling 600 Ah (at 12 Volts), it easily drives real-world loads such as single-phase motors. The inverter has been tested and found to operate at an efficiency of between 71% and 82% driving a variety of both inductive and resistive loads

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Cooking Physical Computing Applications

"Here is the interesting part, this is like an Electric Fuzzy Logic Japanese Induction Rice Cooker for Creating Custom Process Control Solutions and Data Acquisition for R&D. An Electronic Spinal Cord, a Robotics Reflex System can be developed." - delabs

Physical Computing with Linux

"The AWC GP3 board gives your PC an easy way to read digital and analog quantities. It also allows your PC to send digital and analog signals to control the outside world."

Gambas on Linux is a VB like Software.

Cooking Physical Computing Applications

Conclusion

The GP3 makes physical computing simple and inexpensive. Gambas is an excellent rapid development tool with many modern features (object oriented features, component architecture, and built-in debugging). Together, you can easily and rapidly build embedded Linux applications.

The GP-3 is a low-cost very versatile interface that connects your PC to the outside analog and digital world. You can use this board in two different ways. First, you can connect it to your PC via an RS232 port or a USB port and use the programming language of your choice to sense and control the real world.

From - AWC Electronics

Friday, July 11, 2008

uC Hobby - Learn Microcontrollers by DIY

uC Hobby - Learn Microcontrollers by DIY USB IO Chips - uCHobby.com

"The mission here is to help hobbyist get started with microcontrollers. The primary focus is ARM7 based microcontrollers which can be a big step for persons new to embedded development."

USB IO Chips - uCHobby.com

The chip is very easy to work with and provides 12 or 16 I/O pins with various built in functions like variable flash rate, event counters, variable sink current and more. They provide lots of documentation and a DLL to make interfacing easy."

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Matthieu Benoit - Embedded Projects

Matthieu Benoit - Embedded Projects

Projects here are like ..
  • The MC68HC11 Microcontroller - Programming examples
  • DC Motor Controllers Resources
  • PIC Microcontrollers
  • Device Programmer Resources 
T62T20 Programmer starter kit ST62 - SGS-Thomson

T62T20 Programmer starter kit ST62

Saturday, December 01, 2007

Steves Microcontroller Projects

"I design electronic and microcontroller based projects in my spare time. (when I can be bothered and I haven't spent another 12 hour day at the office) It used to be Microchip PIC based, due to their compact design, availablity, and free design software"

Steves Microcontroller Projects


Steve Lawther
  • Ultrasonic Range-finding Inter-Mobile robot communications
  • Thermal and Textural Feedback for Telepresence
  • Keyboard interfacing info. and Viewer Software
  • Graphic LCD tester


Tuesday, October 17, 2006

SB-Projects - San Bergmans

A collection of information on a variety of topics. Finished projects, Some ideas, Repair tips.by San Bergmans, Oisterwijk, The Netherlands.

The Dice Game on 6802 Nano computer

SB-Projects - San Bergmans

A pair of dice is the first small example application I present here. The interface is nothing more than 2 sets of 7 LED's, arranged in the form of two dice. One push button per die completes the interface circuit

The Dice Game on 6802 Nano computer.