The Microchip chipKIT Flip N Click Driven by PIC32MZ Microcontroller

This is a Click Board from chipKIT powered by PIC32MZ microcontroller. This board has the ability to swap out just one elements for alternate or used as entirely runs all your devices with chip kit, it is a great way to rapidly prototype a design. Especially on your old shield ...
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Write/Read Data to EEPROM – XC8 and PIC18F Microcontroller

There are three types of memories in a PIC Microcontroller, The Flash Program Memory, The Data Memory (RAM) and The EEPROM Data Memory. The code that is written by the user to perform a specific task by the MCU is stored in the FPM (Flash Program Memory) of the MCU ...
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Wiring 8 Channel Optocoupler Relay Module

In this tutorial we will going to wire the 8 channel Relay Module driven by our own very owned microcontroller, the below illustration illustrate 8 device on external power source triggered by the relay. The 8 channel relay module has its own optocoupler also called opto-isolator, photocoupler or optical isolator ...
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Protecting your IO (Input Output) using Zener Diode

In a electronic system there are some inputs that controlled by the end user, these inputs are read by electronics and acted as an output. The inputs can come from a source, switches, buttons, sensors, relays, and communication device, etc. In certain environments and situations, these input signals can pose ...
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