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generally micro controller reads input as voltage... what voltage you supply to specific pin of mcu...
and in other sensor you can use ADC pins to take input from the sensors...
As per the Data sheet it shows min current is 1.5A but typically its 2.2 A..
its a huge current to run most of hobby circuits and motors as well...
still its depend on the input and output voltage... read the data sheet carefully.. hope you will get the idea..
i want to start small manufacturing and prototype business in india.
i have one product PIR motion sensor based smart light. i am going to manufacture this in short time.
Can anybody suggest me some other product or idea in low in price and useful to everyone.
any other suggestion for...
you can use the pwm(pulse width modulation) to control dc motor.
i have made such a project before some time.
i have made temperature controlled fan using atmega16 and pwm.
i m from india.. completed my BE and doing job...
AVR is my subject of interest and i do small project with this... by this i can improve my knowledge and get some fun..
this forum is the best thing in INTERNET ever for me...
how are you all??
i want to learn AVR-mcu..
i have worked on ATmega16 and ATmega8..
i use BASCOM-AVR for programing. its a good language.
but the problem is i dont have much literature about this language. i have made speedometer of bike with atmega16 and optical switch and...
i do programing in BASCOM-AVR. I have little material related to it.
1)BASCOM-programing controller with ease by Claus Kuhnel
2)introduction to mcu and soft desing by MRGS Technology Electronics
other web reference.
this is not a sufficien
i want to learn this software more deeply...
Electronic Device and Circuit by Robert Boylestad
This is the book i strongly recommend to you.
this book have copy right so posting link in forum is prohibited. better google about it. and i hope you will surely get soft copy of same.
best of luck
thank you so much.
I have google about the switching power supply. it is more efficient.
can you tell me the efficiency of the linear power supply??
is it practical to make 24V and 1A switching power supply as project??
i have made small DC power supply for my project use.
But recently i have open an AC/DC Adapter which has the little complex circuit.
i dont know why other component needed in this circuit???
can any expert explain it to me.. why so many things needed in this type of circuit???