An ultrasonic sensor is a very useful sensor that measures distances with sounds. We used the PIC16F628A microcontroller for this project. This microcontroller has TMR1 which we are going to use. We need 2 I/O pins for TRIG and ECHO pin. For showing distance, we used an LCD. For more information about the LCD library and usage click button below.
In this project, we are going to write strings to an LCD display with two buttons. The first button will change the position of the cursor and the second button will change character. In this way, you can write the strings that you want. For this project, we are going to use the PIC16F628A microcontroller and XC8 compiler. To understand how can we write to LCD display click the link below and read the tutorial.
In this tutorial, we are going to teach how to use an LCD display with an 8-bit PIC microcontroller. We will give you a powerful LCD library and explain how to use it in your microcontroller in this tutorial. We will do examples on PIC16F628A microcontroller but you can do small changes to use it in your projects. Let’s get started to make LCD Interfacing.
In this post, we are going to share our LCD Library. This library is a powerful library for 8-bit PIC microcontrollers written in the XC8 language. You can use it in an 8-bit microcontroller with small changes. Click button end of the post to reach the library files.
In this project tutorial, we are going to make blink led projects with a pic microcontroller. After you read this tutorial you can build a PIC microcontroller project with XC8 on MPLAB IDE. We are going to make 3 different blinking projects. These projects are basic. Just learn how to make a basic project with a PIC microcontroller. You can see below which projects we are going to make;
- Blinking LED with 1s delay,
- LED with button,
- Blinking LED with a button.
In this project, we will control the speed and direction of a DC motor using the PIC16F628A microcontroller. We will write the software in MPLAB IDE with the XC8 language that will sent PWM signal to L293D to control the motor. Finally, we will simulate it through the Proteus software.
You can get more information about the PWM signal from the link above. Now let’s examine the L293D motor driver.
Motor speed control is very important in robots and where the motor used. In this project, we will control the speed of DC motors with Arduino Nano. In this way, you will learn how to drive the motor and adjust the speed in projects where you use DC motors.
DC-DC converters are power electronics circuits that convert one dc voltage to another dc voltage level. There is usually a regulated voltage at the output of these circuits. In this tutorial, we will introduce dc-dc converters and give information about their types.
In this article, we will tell you how to operate a 7-segment display (7SD in short) with a microcontroller. There are two (perhaps more) options to do this. The first is to connect the 7SD directly to the output ports of the microcontroller as shown in the picture above. This may cause a port shortage in large projects. As a second way to avoid this; We can run it by connecting a decoder to the 7SD. We will show both for you.
In this series of tutorials, we will try to explain how to make a simple robot that follows a simple line with Arduino Nano. First of all, let’s talk about the parts: