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Rechargeable Battery Capacity Tester using ATMega168 microcontroller

This ATMega168-based battery tester allows you to find out the overall capacity of the rechargeable battery. It can shows how long will a battery last from the time it’s fully charged to the time that the “low battery” indicator comes on your device. It can be used to test multiple cells individually, and display the results on an LCD. The tester discharges the battery while monitoring the voltage of the ba ...

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AVR Wide Range LC,F, ESR Meter using AVR ATMega88PA-PU microcontroller

LCFesR meter is a precise, wide range meter that can measure inductivity (L), capacity (C), frequency (F) and equivalent series resistance of a capacitor in-circuit (ESR) based on AVR ATMega88PA-PU microcontroller. It can be easily built with homemade one or double-faced PCB and available electronic components. dr. Le Hung, project designer, explained that measurement of ESR can be done continuously, in-cir ...

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AVR High Voltage Programmer Using Arduino AVR microcontroller

AVR microcontroller uses fuse bits to set its operational parameters like watchdog timer settings and change speed of the internal oscillator. Most fuse bits can be set or reset without worry. You can flash it into one state and then flashed back again using an SPI programmer. However, some fuse bits like RSTDISBL fuse are irreversible using SPI programmer. Once the RSTDISBL fuse is set you need a high volt ...

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AVR Thermocouple Temperature Meter using ATmega164 microcontroller

The benefit using thermocouple sensor for measure temperature is it has wide range measurement (-200 °C to +1350 °C / -328 °F to +2462 °F range for Type K), inexpensive, interchangeable, and is supplied with standard connectors. To get temperature value from output of a thermocouple, you need high precision amplifier and proper compensation circuit due to its small and relativistic output voltage. This hand ...

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DS1669 Digital Potmeter UP/DOWN using microcontroller

Part list:1x AT90S1200-12PI 1x DS1669 (Dallas) 1x 78L05 2x 1N4007 1x 4MHz X-tal 2x 27pf 1x 22pF 1x 47uF/16V 1x 100n polycarbonate 3x 100n multilayer 1x 100 ohm 1x 10k ohm 1x 820 ohm 1x 100k trimpot 1x 10k lin. potmete DS1669 Digital Control: With this circuit you're able to control a Dallas DS1669 digipot with a normal potmeter. Usually you control the DS1669's wiper with 2 push buttons (up/down) Disadvanta ...

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DS1802 Digital Volume Control using microcontroller

Part list: 1x AT90S1200 1x DS1802 (Dallas) 1x 78L05 1x 8MHz ceramic resonator 1x 22pF 1x 47uF/16V 1x 47n polycarbonate 4x 100n multilayer 1x 100 ohm 1x 10k ohm 1x 820 ohm 1x 100k trimpot 1x 10k lin. potmeter Digital Controlled Potmeter: (also known as XDCP 's or Digipots) With this circuit you're able to control a Dallas DS1802 digipot with a normal potmeter. The DS1802 has 64 wiper positions (6bit), each s ...

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Oscilloscope using AVR microcontroller

Designing a professional digital oscilloscope is a pretty complex task wich makes them also pretty expensive. Therefore I concluded it's nothing more than a daydream to design one of those. It's far more realistic to limit the design of this instrument to something a bit more realistic. If you connect something like the JYE Tech Oscilloscopeto the network then you still have a pretty usefull instrument.It's ...

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