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Beginners guide to the PIC Microcontroller

Project Ideas

OK this page could be as long as your arm!

How many projects are there : an infinite number.

Here's the site projects at the moment:

Here's the site projects at the moment:

16F88 : Ultrasonic Range Finder. 16F877A : Frequency Counter (LCD).
16F88 : Real Time Clock (RTC) DS1307. 16F877A : Frequency counter (7Seg).
16F877A : LCD and keypad (one port!). 16F877A : LCD Volt meter (simple).
16F877A : RGB LED Driver. 16F88 : LED DOT Matrix Display.
16F877A : Serial LCD. 16F88 : Universal Infrared Receiver.
12F675 : Tutorial. 16F88 : Binary clock.
12F675 : RS232 Transmission. 12F675 : Servo motor driver.
12F675 : LM35DZ Temperature sensing. 12F675 : Servo controller (Soft USART)
12F675 : LM35DZ Temperature log EEPROM.

Here are some more ideas:

Project ideas:

Hittable alarm clock: Using an accelerometer - turn off the snooze function if the alarm clock is moved.

Altimeter                                               
                                                        
Arbitrary waveform generator                            
                                                        
Bat detector                                            
                                                        
Blood pressure meter                                    
                                                        
Capacitance / inductance meter                          
                                                        
Curve tracer                                            
                                                        
Data logger                                             
                                                        
DDS signal generator                                    
                                                        
digital clock RF synchronized                            
                                                        
Digital compass                                         
                                                        
ECG measure                                             
                                                        
Electronic compass                                      

Humidity meter

IR range finder

Key finder - detect 1kHz frequency and bleep.

Laser message display

LED Matrix sign board

Lightning detector

Logic analyzer

Lost model alarm

Metal detector

Multi-channel Volt meter

Oscilloscope

pH meter

PIC based video game

Power meter

Precision timer

Propeller clock

Pulse meter - finger cuff

Seismometer

Sound meter

Tachometer

Theremin

Thermometer

Weather station

Web server

X10 automation controller

Xylophone

Here are even more microcontroller project ideas.

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