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Interfacing LCD Display With PIC Microcontroller – XC8

LCDs are alphanumeric (or graphical) displays, which are frequently used in microcontroller based applications which require some information to be displayed to the user. There are many devices in the market which come in different shapes and sizes. Some LCDs have 40 or more character lengths with the capability to display several lines. Some other LCD displays can be programmed to display graphic images. Some modules offer color displays, while some others incorporate back lighting so that they can be [...]

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Analog to Digital Converter in PIC Microcontroller – XC8

Analog to Digital converters allow analog continuous voltages to be converted into a discreet digital numbers inside the PIC as the PIC can only process digital numbers. This can enable a PIC to be connected to analog sensors such as temperature sensors, pressure sensors, humidity sensors, optical sensors, and power sensors. Any sensor which can generate a voltage between 0V and a maximum 5V can be used. In this article we’re gonna learn how to read analog values from PIC [...]

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Interfacing LCD Display – Flowcode

LCDs are alphanumeric (or graphical) displays, which are frequently used in microcontroller based applications which require some information to be displayed to the user. There are many devices in the market which come in different shapes and sizes. Some LCDs have 40 or more character lengths with the capability to display several lines. Some other LCD displays can be programmed to display graphic images. Some modules offer colour displays, while some others incorporate back lighting so that they can be [...]

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Interfacing LCD Display with PIC Microcontroller – MikroC

LCDs are alphanumeric (or graphical) displays and are frequently used in microcontroller based applications requiring some information to be displayed to the user. There are many devices in the market which come in different shapes and sizes. Some LCDs have 40 or more character lengths with the capability to display several lines. Some other LCD displays can be programmed to display graphic images. Learn to interface an LCD with PIC Microcontroller using mikroC Pro for PIC compiler.

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Microcontroller Interfacing – Basics

Microcontrollers have become very useful in embedded design as they can easily communicate with other devices, such as sensors, switches, LCD displays, keypads, motors and even other microcontrollers. A microcontroller is basically used as the brain or intelligent processing unit to control other devices connected (interfaced) to it in embedded systems just like a PLC in industrial automation. To interface a device to a microcontroller simply means to Connect a device to a microcontroller. This article will make it easier to [...]

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Interfacing LCD Display With Arduino

LCDs are alphanumeric (or graphical) displays, which are frequently used in microcontroller based applications which require some information to be displayed to the user. There are many devices in the market which come in different shapes and sizes. Some LCDs have 40 or more character lengths with the capability to display several lines. Some other LCD displays can be programmed to display graphic images. Some modules offer color displays, while some others incorporate back lighting so that they can be [...]

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Analog to Digital Conversion – Arduino

Analog to Digital converters allow analog continuous voltages to be converted into a discreet digital numbers inside the microcontroller as the microcontroller can only process digital numbers. This can enable the Arduino to be connected to analog sensors such as temperature sensors, pressure sensors, humidity sensors, optical sensors, and power sensors. Any sensor which can generate a voltage between 0V and a maximum 5V can be used.

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Arduino Shield Tutorial – Make Your Own LCD Keypad Shield

Arduino shields are boards that can be plugged on top of the Arduino PCB to extend its capabilities. This makes prototyping with Arduino plug and play. Instead of soldering or wiring external devices or sensors, you can simply hook your board with a shield. This is another practical tutorial, we’re gonna build a fully working complete Arduino LCD Keypad shield, we’re gonna go through all the steps, we’ll start from scratch explaining and simulating the circuit diagram in Proteus, then [...]

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