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App note: Driving LEDs with a PIC Microcontroller

Sunday, January 27th, 2019

An App note from OSRAM on an Intelligent control circuitry example using a PIC Microcontroller. Link here (PDF) Nowadays, applications increasingly make use of LEDs as a replacement for traditional light bulbs. For example, LEDs are frequently used in the design of automobile tail lights, signal lights, traffic signals, and...

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Desoldering station

Thursday, May 3rd, 2018

Stynus writes: Some time ago I bought a lot of Weller soldering irons at an auction for cheap. Between these where a few DSX 80 de-soldering irons. I also had an old Weller IG101 solder station (bought earlyer from another hobbyist), unfortunately I had no iron for this one and the...

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Nokia 5110 screen module with PIC microcontroller and Oshonsoft

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Chris Holden made a font library for a Nokia 5110 display using a PIC microcontroller and Oshonsoft. He writes: Having left the 1980's behind, we decided to write our own "libraries" to write text onto the Nokia 5100 display, using a PIC microcontroller. The code below was written for a 16F877a...

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App note: 1-Wire communication with a Microchip PICmicro microcontroller

Saturday, February 15th, 2014

Here’s an app note from Maxim on interfacing 1-Wire communications device with PIC microcontroller: Several of Maxim's products contain a 1-Wire® communication interface and are used in a variety of applications. These applications may include interfacing to one of the popular PICmicros® (PICs) from Microchip. To facilitate easy interface between a 1-Wire device and...

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Logic Sniffer: Windows GUI upgrade utility

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

dogsbody released a new version of his Windows GUI upgrade utility for the Logic Sniffer. Get a Logic Sniffer for $50, with free worldwide shipping.

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Emergency excuse generator for the office

Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

Need a great excuse for a skipped meeting or late report? The developer of the Mars Clock has an advanced excuse generator that will get you out of a jam. A PIC 16F690 uses a library of business speak to produce random business-sounding excuses: "I had to bring the ROI...

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Logic Sniffer: Windows GUI upgrade utility

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

dogsbody released a new version of his Windows GUI upgrade utility for the Logic Sniffer. It now upgrades both the PIC microcontroller an the FPGA ROM chip: I've updated my Windows GUI OLS loader to support programming PIC firmware. There are no extra knobs or buttons needed. Just select an...

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