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  1. Closed: Setting Counters and ISR Timer Interrupt in Arduino

    Good day to all!

    Being more familiar with PIC microcontrollers as what I have started with, now I am checking things up in Arduino I found out that even though Arduino is simpler, but it is also a...
  2. Closed: Re: Help with PIC16F886 0-55VDC Voltmeter (code adapted fm Arduino)

    Oh! I am very sorry for this! This might misled some people. the "0.05", Should not be there there was some rough experiment I did with that and I supposed to delete the "0.05" afterwards but I...
  3. Closed: Re: Help with PIC16F886 0-55VDC Voltmeter (code adapted fm Arduino)

    The final code as it worked. The beginning of the code that is commented out is the Original Arduino code.
    The two code works the same now. I saw the Arduino code on the Internet while I am working...
  4. Closed: Re: Help with PIC16F886 0-55VDC Voltmeter (code adapted fm Arduino)

    Well, I know that Arduino C also. I would have better addressed it as Arduino syntax or style. I use ISR counter in CSS C for pic and the counter I use is like variable, when the delay runs, MCU will...
  5. Closed: Re: Help with PIC16F886 0-55VDC Voltmeter (code adapted fm Arduino)

    Solved!
    I was finally directed by one of the biggest Admins of http://www.ccsinfo.com/forum, as I later transferred this question to that forum, to read a particular topic in CCS C Manual.
    Well I...
  6. Closed: Re: Arduino to PIC16F886 0-55VDC Voltmeter

    I fully understand your point now. The point is to simulate with the real life components. It's a lesson anyway. Your point is positive and well understood.

    Thanks.
  7. Closed: Re: Arduino to PIC16F886 0-55VDC Voltmeter

    Please understand me. I mean that the current stress on the POT, the effect may not stop me from seeing the result of the LCD display.
    Where I run this simulation on Real PIC hardware I use well...
  8. Closed: Re: Arduino to PIC16F886 0-55VDC Voltmeter

    I will edit the code for better understanding. The Pot at 55v rail is dummy. It is not real life thing. I know I can't try such circuit in hardware.
  9. Closed: Help with PIC16F886 0-55VDC Voltmeter (code adapted fm Arduino)

    Hello all!
    As a learner, I have been doing whatever I could, to Learn Embedded programming.

    I just started with LCD experiments what i saw in LCDs scared me initially. I later became little...
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    Closed: Re: Soft Start PWM With PIC16F886

    Ok let me change the "short"
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    Closed: Re: Soft Start PWM With PIC16F886

    @ Klaus, can you give me an example of how to setup a hardware pwm? Is it possible with 16F886?
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    Closed: Re: Soft Start PWM With PIC16F886

    But how can I go about it? The code runs without problems if it doesn't include PWM functions. Please in what way is it long? Is it by defining much variables?

    Thanks for your reply.
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    Closed: Soft Start PWM With PIC16F886

    I am experimenting with this 28Pins PIC PIC16F886 as a beginner and got confused somewhere.
    If a start the PWM module , in this case CPP1, the device will get hanged and will not work again....
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    Closed: Re: LVD and HVD Protection using PIC12F675

    Mmmm... I finally got it going! I got myself into it and I got myself out of it!

    As a beginner, it was weird but I figured some things out and it worked.

    I used SUBTRACTION operator to tackle...
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    Closed: Re: LVD and HVD Protection using PIC12F675

    Please give me an example
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    Closed: Re: LVD and HVD Protection using PIC12F675

    I am sorry to use external server for my files. Such will not be repeated again...I am sorry.


    The working circuit is this:

    148896

    148898

    The CCS C code is:
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    Closed: LVD and HVD Protection using PIC12F675

    Hi everyone!

    This code is written in CCS C Compiler. The hardware device is 12F675.

    I used AN0 and AN1 as the analog voltage sensor inputs.
    When the value at AN0 is 1.00V (Normal acceptable...
  18. Closed: Re: PIC12F675 Changeover and High Voltage Detection

    "Incidentally, when referring to analog inputs we use the 'ANx' name for the pin but if the pin is configured as an output we use it's other name "GPx'. So when you say AN2 it should really be GP2...
  19. Closed: Re: PIC12F675 Changeover and High Voltage Detection

    @ Susan, you have a point, I will make a copy of the code which I will like to make the 10 seconds delay 15 seconds or 20 or any time of my choice.
  20. Closed: Re: PIC12F675 Changeover and High Voltage Detection

    @ arexxx, you are a great friend. This code works fine. You just did a great work here. You really are in this stuff.
  21. Closed: Re: PIC12F675 Changeover and High Voltage Detection

    @ Brian That is just what I want!

    "1. Do you mean that AN0 must stay >1V for 10 seconds continuously, then AN2 goes high?
    2. If AN0 drops to any voltage >0.6V AN2 stays high?
    3. If AN0 drops...
  22. Closed: Re: PIC12F675 Changeover and High Voltage Detection

    I'm not so deep in electronics as you Sir.

    As you asked, if AN0 goes high or low straight away, well, I never knew that this will stretch like this. Nevertheless, I also learn from these comments....
  23. Closed: Re: PIC12F675 Changeover and High Voltage Detection

    See Sir, I do some electronics hobby. Electronics is my fun. I always want to know but I am limited to analogue electronics. I have been reading about electronics and love MCUs and how they operate...
  24. Closed: Re: PIC12F675 Changeover and High Voltage Detection

    I'm sorry for my late reply. I traveled to a remote village yesterday and got delayed there. I only had my mobile phone Internet there and unfortunately my battery ran out!

    "I planned to ask...
  25. Closed: Re: PIC12F675 Changeover and High Voltage Detection

    The 100uf is drawing mistakes. The RV1 and RV 2 are simulation dummies.
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