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PIC16F873 and a buzzer

In this example we will connect a buzzer to our pic and then play a basic tune, we will use mikroC and the Sound...

PIC16F873 and LCD example

In this example we connect an LCD to our PIC16F873 microcontroller Schematic Code Mplab X using the XC8 compiler requires lcd.h lcd header file   #define _XTAL_FREQ 4000000 #define RS RC0 #define...

PIC16F873 and a push button switch

In this example we connect a push button switch to the first bit of PORT C (RC0) which will be configured as an input pin. The...

PIC16F873 flashing LED example

This is the usual introduction to a different pic, this time we will start to show you some examples with the PIC16F873 microcontroller, you...

PIC16F877 and a 7 segment display

In this example we will show you how to connect a 7 segment display to our PIC16F877. You can think of a 7 segment...

PIC16F877 and an AD keypad

In this example we interface an AD keypad to our PIC16F877 and we also connect an LCD display. The LCD display is simply as...

PIC16F877A development board

The requirements when I initially investigated a development board for doing some PIC training was I required a system that could cater for a...

PIC16F877 and 74HC595 shift register example

Sometimes in your projects you simply do not have enough I/O lines available, take for example a lot of the multiple LED examples, these...

PIC16F877 and DS1820 temperature sensor example

In this example we connect the ever popular DS18B20 temperature sensor to our PIC, we will then display the temperature on our LCD We used...

PIC16F877 temperature and humidity example

In this example we will read the temperature and humidity using a DHT11 sensor and display the readings on our LCD. We have linked...