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Explore to create 9 real-world projects with PIC Microcontrollers. Connect sensors and actuators, program and burn code. Discover the tools needed for great microcontroller projects.

£39.99 inc. VAT
Course Access

1 year

Last Updated

February 14, 2024

Students Enrolled

0

Course Duration

6 hours, 48 minutes

Course Instructor
Certification

What you will learn

  • Connect different types of sensors and actuators to PIC Microcontroller
  • Interface different types of electronic elements with a PIC Microcontroller.
  • Use sensors and actuators to make useful projects
  • The program burns a code and wires the PIC Microcontroller
  • Learn What are the right tools that you need to start making amazing projects
  • Learn What makes a great Microcontroller Project

Is this course for you?

  • This course is ideal for those who work in or aspire to work in the following professions:
  • Anyone with a curiosity about making electronics
  • Anyone who wants to move from Simulation to Practical Work
  • Anyone interested in building real things
  • People with no experience in electronics
  • People with an intermediate knowledge of electronics

Why choose this course?

  • This course will teach you how to use PIC Microcontrollers.
  • Learn by Practicing real-world Projects to apply everything you have learned.
  • You will learn C Programming, which is the programming language C-language that many engineers use for microcontrollers such as PIC Microcontrollers
  • This course will enable one to develop engineering systems and products more
  • This course is for anyone who wants to learn how to program a PIC microcontroller.

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Course Content

    • 2 Who We Are 00:05:00
    • 1. Introduction 00:02:00
    • 1 Hardware and Software components 00:27:00
    • 1 Circuit Design 00:14:00
    • 1 How it works and applications 00:02:00
    • 1 Coding Part1 00:13:00
    • 2 Coding Part2 00:09:00
    • 1 Hardware and Software components 00:27:00
    • 1 How It Works _ Common Applications 00:03:00
    • 1 Circuit Design 00:11:00
    • 1 Coding 00:28:00
    • 1 Quick Overview 00:06:00
    • 1 Software For Coding and Simulation 00:08:00
    • 1 Serial Port On PIC Microcontroller 00:02:00
    • 1 Schematic Diagram 00:05:00
    • 2 More about Schematics Diagram 00:03:00
    • 1 Programming Code 00:03:00
    • 2 Programming Code Explained 00:10:00
    • 1 Results and Project Testing 00:04:00
    • 1 Wireless Power Introduction History and efficiency chart explained 00:05:00
    • 2 How Wireless Power Works 00:05:00
    • 3 Why We need wireless electricity 00:02:00
    • 4 Advantages and disadvantages 00:03:00
    • 1 Range of Witricity and Witricity Applications 229 00:04:00
    • 2 How Safe is Wireless electricity 00:01:00
    • 1 Wireless Powered PIC Microcontroller Project 00:01:00
    • 2 Required Components 00:02:00
    • 1 Circuit Diagram 00:03:00
    • Let’s Build it! 00:03:00
    • 1 Code 00:04:00
    • 1 How does This Circuit Work 00:02:00
    • 1 Hardware and Software Requirements 00:03:00
    • 2 Download and Install MikroC Pro 00:05:00
    • 1 What is Dot Matrix 00:08:00
    • 2 Interfacing Dot Matrix with PIC Microcontroller 00:08:00
    • 2 Testing Circuit and Troubleshooting 00:02:00
    • 1 Part 1 Interface and Connect Dot Matrix to PIC and Turn on a Column 00:15:00
    • 1 Display a Letter on 5*7 Matrix Display 00:12:00
    • 1 Write a C program to display the letters A _ B on 5*7 Matrix Display 00:08:00
    • 1 Write a C program to display a Moving Word “Your Name” on 5*7 Matrix Display 00:09:00
    • 1 What You Will Learn in This Course 00:01:00
    • 1 Hardware Software Requirements 00:17:00
    • 1 Practical work 00:02:00
    • 1 Circuit Design 00:09:00
    • 1 Example 1 Write, Remove Text and Turn of Cursor of LCD 00:13:00
    • 2 Example 2 Write PIC MicroC on LCD at a specific location 00:10:00
    • 3 Example 3 Write in LCD and move text Left and Right 00:13:00
    • 1 First Project Goal and Components 00:02:00
    • 2 First Project Circuit 00:04:00
    • 3 First Project Code Explained 00:05:00
    • 4 First Project Simulation 00:04:00
    • 5 Burning The Code To PIC Microcontroller 00:04:00
    • 6 First Project Practical Work 00:05:00
    • 1 Second Project Goal and Components 00:03:00
    • 2 Second Project Circuit 00:04:00
    • 3 Second Project Code 00:04:00
    • 4 Second Project Simulation 00:06:00
    • 5 Second Project Practical Work 00:04:00
    • Third Project Goal and Components 00:02:00
    • Third Project Circuit 00:03:00
    • Third Project Code and Simulation 00:03:00
    • Third Project Practical Work 00:03:00

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