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Are you looking for something fresh, update and simple explanation on the microcontrollers and electronics concept? Here at ermicroblog we bake fresh new projects, tutorials and ideas almost every week, any sugestion and comment would be most welcome. Thank you for visiting this channel.

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    Building Your Own Simple Laser Projector Using PIC12F683 02:32

    Building Your Own Simple Laser Projector Using PIC12F683

    by ermicroinfo (4/21/10) 341 views

    The 8 pins PIC12F683 microcontroller is one of the smallest members of the Microchip 8-bit microcontroller families but equipped with powerful peripherals such as ADC and PWM capabilities. This make this tiny microcontroller is suitable for controlling the DC motor speed. In order to demonstrate the PIC12F683 capabilities and to make this tutorial more attractive, I decided to use the PIC12F683 microcontroller to generate simple and yet fascinating laser light show from a cheap keychain laser pointer.

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    PIC18 Microcontroller Analog to Digital Converter with Microchip C18 Compiler 01:36

    PIC18 Microcontroller Analog to Digital Converter with Microchip C18 Compiler

    by ermicroinfo (11/8/09) 1,932 views

    The Microchip PIC18 Microcontroller family is the Microchip highest performance 8-bit class microcontroller. Powered by advanced RISC CPU, this PIC18 microcontroller family could deliver up to 16 MIPS computing power compared to the other Microchip 8-bit microcontroller family such as PIC10, PIC12 and PIC16 which only could deliver up to 5 MIPS. Video Note: The Microcontroller used is not PIC18LF44K50 as it appear in the video but PIC18LF14K50

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    Transforming Your AVR Microcontroller to the I2C or TWI Slave I/O Expander Project 01:51

    Transforming Your AVR Microcontroller to the I2C or TWI Slave I/O Expander Project

    by ermicroinfo (9/27/09) 651 views

    The I2C bus (read as I squared C) is one of the most important embedded system serial bus interface first introduced by Philips in 1980; using just two lines called SCL (serial clock) and SDA (serial data) respectively make the I2C bus is a perfect choice to provide additional I/O capabilities to your microcontroller project without changing your microcontroller type and design in order to increase the I/O port pins.

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    Build Your Own Microcontroller Based PID Control Line Follower Robot (LFR) 02:36

    Build Your Own Microcontroller Based PID Control Line Follower Robot (LFR)

    by ermicroinfo (8/29/09) 3,722 views

    One of the interesting parts in building the Line Follower Robot is; you could start it with a very simple version by using just two transistors with the LED and LDR for sensor and enhance it to the programmable version that use microcontroller as the brain for controlling the robot. The reason of using the Microcontroller for the Line Follower Robot is we need to make more robust, reliable and flexible robot which you could not have it from the discrete electronics component robot without changing most of the electronic circuit design.

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    Using Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) Master and Slave with Atmel AVR Microcontroller 01:26

    Using Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) Master and Slave with Atmel AVR Microcontroller

    by ermicroinfo (6/25/09) 1,470 views

    Sometimes we need to extend or add more I/O ports to our microcontroller based project; the question is how fast the response we need for these new I/O ports. Because usually we only have a limited I/O port left than the logical choice is to use the serial data transfer method; which usually only required maximum one to four ports for doing the data transfer. For more information please visit http://www.ermicro.com/blog/?p=1050

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    Building BRAM Your First Autonomous Mobile Robot Using Microchip PIC Microcontroller 02:27

    Building BRAM Your First Autonomous Mobile Robot Using Microchip PIC Microcontroller

    by ermicroinfo (5/25/09) 1,596 views

    Have you ever thought that most of our perception about the robot is based on the Hollywood movie! The well-known 3CPO and R2D2 from Star Wars until the little cute garbage compacting robot named WALL-E; all of these machines are example of our dreams or should I say our quest to what we all think about the robot should be. Although the robot that we are going to build here is still far away from the technologies shown on those movies but at least it will give you an introductory to the robotics world. for more information please visit http://www.ermicro.com/blog/?p=983

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