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LCD Display On Glass Interface Using AT2313

Description Liquid Crystal Display on Glass is the newest in LCD technology. The display's are very compact, it measures 55x27 mm and the height is only 2mm without LED backlight and 5.8mm with LED backlight. The display's can have different LED background light instead of only the green and blue of the normal LCD modules.There are 5 monochrome colors available: white, green/yellow, blue, red, amber and the ...

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Temperature controlled fan using PWM microcontroller

This project gives you a simple temperature controlled fan. If the difference between real temperature and the user temperature is high then the fan will run at full speed and if the difference is low then the fan will rotate at slow speed. The speed of the fan varies with the temperature. The user can enter the temperature limit through the keypad. The speed of the fan is adjusted by using the PWM. Circuit ...

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SMT160 based Temperature indicator

There are lot of temperature sensors both with analog & digital outputs. This project gives you an another temperature indicator which has been done with a digital sensor SMT160. Although it is a digital sensor it does not gives out the temperature directly. The output is duty cycled modulated. The sensor can measure temperature from -45deg to +150deg. The output duty cycle is D.C. = 0.320+0.00470 x t, ...

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Stepper motor Control with Atmega16

With this project you can control a unipolar stepper motor. You can control both the speed and the direction of the motor. The speed and direction and can changed with help of the keypad. The data's are displayed over the LCD display. A 4x4 keypad is used for entering the speed and selecting the direction. Load the hex file into the chip, dont forget to select the internal oscillator at 10Mhz. Then switch o ...

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Simple calculator using avr microcontroller Atmega16

Here's a simple calculator with the Atmega16 microcontroller. It have an LCD display and a 4x4 keypad. You can also download the proteus simulation file on the downloads Bascom Code   $regfile = "m16def.dat" $crystal = 1000000 Config Kbd = Portd , Debounce = 30 Config Lcd = 16 * 2 Config Lcdpin = Pin , Db4 = Portb.4 , Db5 = Portb.5 , Db6 = Portb.6 , Db7 = Portb.7 , Rs = Portb.3 , E = Portb.2 Dim A As B ...

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ATTiny2313 Board RS232

Description This board is a small controller board on which you can build your projects. It is suited for educational use, experiments or prototyping. The board uses the AT2313 microcontroller with a 10Mhz crystal. The board contains the ISP 10-pin connector for in circuit serial programming. It has also a push button reset switch for resetting the microcontroller. The I/O pins of the microcontroller are al ...

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Hack a Toaster Oven for Reflow Soldering using ATmega32 microcontroller

As I get more serious into my electronics hobby, I need to work with more SMD components. Some component packages are very difficult or impossible to solder with a traditional soldering iron. To solve this problem, I decided to hack a toaster oven to become a reflow soldering oven. Basically, to perform reflow soldering, solder paste is placed on a printed circuit board, and the components to be soldered is ...

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