What’s the use of having a 7 inch touch screen remote if its not able to be wireless… Testing with a 2600mah battery. And now also has a push button to dim lcd backlight to preserve power. Will make a auto off feature to save more power.
Ported what i have so far to the PIC18F… (18F47J53 in particular) Works the same! Original was for XMOS
Just wanted to share a picture of some of the items i collected on my Electronics learning journey. These are only Development Boards & Programmers, I have way to much stuff to take a picture of it all. I’m surprised i fit it all in 1 area without a huge mess. (just a small mess).Continue reading “Some of the toys…”
Check it out… Video #1: USB Control
Check out the main page for more info: added uart functionality. AtomIR
Now its done and working 100% All power pins are good and on spot. Also TX, RX works great! (COM3) on my PC.
Hey all im making a new PCB which i will use for ARM and PIC micros. Features: 5v Supply Via USB (SMD) 3.3v Supply Via LM1117 3.3 (DPAK) 1.8v Supply Via LM1117 ADJ (SOT223) USB to UART Via FT232RL IC (SOIC) All powered by one 5v USB connection. Also the USB is 3v for ARMContinue reading “Power ARM/PIC with USB UART”
Playing around with Microchips USB Framework. Basically from here i got the schematic and info. http://www.waitingforfriday.com/index.php/Building_a_PIC18F_USB_device Here are some pictures of my test board and a video of it in action. Just to also add i used the magazine paper to do this and it came out 99% perfect!!!
This is my single knob version of a etch a scketch. The PIC controlling the Rotary Encoder is a 18F4620 but smaller pics like 18F1320 can be used. and 16F pics also. The windows program was developed in C#(C Sharp) and it connects to the PIC via USB to UART connection aka FT232RL IC. TakeContinue reading “Digital Etch A Sketch”
Take a look at this setup i got now. I decided to make a little spot on my table dedicated to programers for PIC and ARM… I have a AVR Dragon and ST Micro ($7 board) i can add too. I might just do it heh!!! But here are pictures for now… EDIT: I tookContinue reading “uC Programming Corner”