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  • Datasheets from components in picbasic.nl
    potmeter Also X9C102 X9C104 and X9C503 24LC512 512k I 2 C CMOS serial EEPROM QT110 Touch sensor QT114 Waterlevel sensor MAX232 Dual EIA 232 drivers receivers L293D Motor driver LM358 Low power dual operational amplifier Also LM158 LM258 and LM2904 SLB0587 Dimmer IC for halogen lamps SAB0600 3 tone gong Also SAB0601 and SAB0602 BD681 Power darlington transistor Also BD677 BD678 BD679 BD680 and BD682 SAE800 Programmable 1 2 and

    Original URL path: http://www.picbasic.nl/datasheets_uk.htm (2016-02-17)
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  • Universal RC5/RC6 IR transmitter/receiver (transceiver)
    adjust the command value press ADJUST If this button is pressed for a longer time the counter changes from direction If this button is pressed much longer then the counter starts repeating automatically and counts faster and faster When PORTA 5 is connected to GND keep S1 pressed then changes not the command value but the RC5 or RC6 system address the system address will be stored in EEPROM The in this way adjusted code will be transmitted by pressing SEND S3 If ADJUST and SEND are pressed both the program restarts then you can select between RC5 and RC6 again The components PCB PCB 110820 or etch it by yourself ofcourse LCD HD44780 or compatible 2x16 characters IC1 PIC16F628 A VR1 78L05 voltageregulator IR receiver TSOP1736 LED1 LED2 LED3 Green red and yellow LED Ø3mm LED4 LED5 Infrared IR LED Ø5mm i e LD274 T1 BC547 NPN transistor D1 1N4007 diode X1 Crystal 10MHz if possible a low type R1 R3 1k R4 33k R5 4k7 R6 27Ω R7 470Ω R8 0 0Ω or just a wire or resistor for LCD backlight see text P1 Potmeter 10k 47k 6mm C1 100 F C2 C6 1 F tantalium C3 C4 22pF C5 100n 220n SMD or axial comes under IC1 solderside S1 S2 S3 Make contact pulser Conn1 Voedingsconnector 3 5mm IC socket Own choise Tips for building This is a lowcost project when a HD44780 2x16 LC Display is already there If you re going to build this project read also the other two projects for more clearness Display RC5 RC6 codes on a LCD What is RC5 Use flexible wires to connect the LCD because the LCD must turn away when the PIC must reprogrammed for updates ICSP Massive wires will break after bending a couple of times

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  • Connect Wisp628, Wisp648 or Galva-Wisp to Proton PIC Basic
    connect XWisp2 to PIC Basic Programmer with XWisp2 connect to PIC Basic Select View in the menu bar from Proton PIC Basic IDE and next Compile and Program Options 1 Click on tab Programmer and then click Install New Programmer 2 Select Create a custom programmer entry and click Next 3 Type the name XWisp2 and click Next 4 Type filename XWisp2w exe and click Next The w after xwisp2 means that you ve the Windows version because there are also versions for the platforms Linux and eComStation 5 Click on Find Manually 6 Search the XWisp2 folder Normally in the Program Files folder Open the folder Program Files by double clicking on it 7 Search the foldername XWisp2 not XWisp and click on it so that it becomes blue and click next on OK 8 Check if there stays c program files xwisp2 on the screen If it s not then you ve done something wrong Back Is it allright then click Next 9 Type the next line because the one in above picture is not complete For Galva Wisp For Wisp628 648 baud 19200 rts on go hex filename pause go hex filename pause Sometimes it s also necessary to place the used COM port in this parameter line If the programmer is connected with i e COM port 3 then place port 3 on front of the parameters Eventual you can leave parameter pause XWisp2 will then closes itself when the PIC succesful is programmed You may place text between the quotation marks i e pause Done This text is put on screen after the PIC succesful is programmed When you ve done all this click Finished 10 Finally click OK From now on you can run XWisp2 in the PIC Basic IDE by pressing F10 with

    Original URL path: http://www.picbasic.nl/instelling_xwisp2_uk.htm (2016-02-17)
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  • Connect PICFlash2 or EasyPIC to Proton PIC Basic
    programmer entry and click Next 3 Type the name PICFlash2 and click Next 4 Type filename PICFLASH exe and click Next 5 Click on Find Manually 6 Search the Mikroelektronica folder Normally in the Program Files folder Open the folder Program Files by double clicking on it 7 Search the foldername Mikroelektronika and double click to open this folder 7a Now click the foldername PICFLASH mikroICD and click on it so that it becomes blue and click next on OK 8 Check if there stays c program files mikroelektronika picflash mikro on the screen If it s not then you ve done something wrong Back Is it allright then click Next 9 Fill in the next line the line on the image hereabove isn t complete e w p target device v f hex filename These parameters are executed when hit in Proton PIC Basic F10 or F11 the PIC will first be erased the HEX from the PIC Basic program will be programmed into the PIC verifying PIC memory with the original HEX Place also q will close PICFlash2 automatically after PIC programming 10 Finally click OK From now on you can run PICFlash2 in the PIC Basic IDE

    Original URL path: http://www.picbasic.nl/instelling_picflash2_uk.htm (2016-02-17)
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  • PIC's programmable with Galva-Wisp
    68 64 1 0 16F84A 18s 13 13 A B 1024 68 64 1 0 6 59 16F88 18s 16 15 A B 4096 368 256 8MHz 2x 7x 10bit 2 1 1x 1x 3 93 16F716 18s 13 12 A B 2048 128 1x 4x 8bit 2 1 spec 2 80 16F627 18s 16 15 A B 1024 224 128 4MHz 2x 2 1 1x 1x 16F627A 18s 16 15 A B 1024 224 128 4MHz 2x 2 1 1x 1x 16F628 18s 16 15 A B 2048 224 128 4MHz 2x 2 1 1x 1x 4 19 16F628A 18s 16 15 A B 2048 224 128 4MHz 2x 2 1 1x 1x 3 03 16F648A 18s 16 15 A B 4096 256 256 4MHz 2x 2 1 1x 1x 3 69 16F818 18s 16 15 A B 1024 128 128 8MHz 5x 10bit 2 1 1x 3 30 16F819 18s 16 15 A B 2048 256 256 8MHz 5x 10bit 2 1 1x 3 77 16F57 28w 20 20 A B C 2048 72 1 0 2 80 16F72 28s 22 22 A B C 2048 128 1x 5x 8bit 2 1 1x 3 39 16F73 28s 22 22 A B C 4096 192 5x 8bit 2 1 2x 1x 16F76 28s 22 22 A B C 8192 368 5x 8bit 2 1 2x 1x 16F870 28s 22 22 A B C 2048 128 64 1x 5x 10bit 2 1 1x 1x 5 05 16F872 28s 22 22 A B C 2048 128 64 5x 10bit 2 1 1x 1x 16F873 28s 22 22 A B C 4096 192 128 5x 10bit 2 1 2x 1x 16F876 28s 22 22 A B C 8192 368 256 5x 10bit 2 1 2x 1x 16F873A 28s 22 22 A B C 4096 192 128 2x 5x 10bit 2 1 2x 1x 16F876A 28s 22 22 A B C 8192 368 256 2x 5x 10bit 2 1 2x 1x 7 69 16F59 40w 32 32 ABCDE 2048 134 1 0 16F74 40w 33 33 ABCDE 4096 192 8x 8bit 2 1 2x 1x 16F77 40w 33 33 ABCDE 8192 368 8x 8bit 2 1 2x 1x 4 50 16F871 40w 33 33 ABCDE 2048 128 64 1x 8x 10bit 2 1 1x 1x 5 57 16F874 40w 33 33 ABCDE 4096 192 128 8x 10bit 2 1 2x 1x 16F874A 40w 33 33 ABCDE 4096 192 128 2x 8x 10bit 2 1 2x 1x 16F877 40w 33 33 ABCDE 8192 368 256 8x 10bit 2 1 2x 1x 11 23 16F877A 40w 33 33 ABCDE 8192 368 256 2x 8x 10bit 2 1 2x 1x 8 43 18F chip dip pins in out ports code words data bytes max int osc analog comp ADC 10bit timers 8 16bit E CCP PWM USART RAM EEPROM 18F1220 18s 16 15 A B 2048 256 256 8MHz 7x 1 3 1x 0x 1x 3 81 18F1320 18s 16 15 A B 4096 256 256

    Original URL path: http://www.picbasic.nl/pic_tabel_uk.htm (2016-02-17)
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  • Connect Wisp628, Wisp648 or Galva-Wisp to Proton PIC Basic
    Next 3 Change nothing just click Next 5 Click Next to start installing BumbleBee 4 BumbleBee is being installed on your PC one moment please 5 Ready Just click Close It is recommended to program firmware V1 30 in the PIC from the Wisp programmer itself You can download it here BumbleBee is now installed Now we have to connect BumbleBee to PIC Basic Programmer with BumbleBee connect to PIC Basic Select View in the menu bar from Proton PIC Basic IDE and next Compile and Program Options 1 Click on tab Programmer and then click Install New Programmer 2 Select Create a custom programmer entry and click Next 3 Type BumbleBee and click Next 4 Type filename Bumblebee exe and click Next 5 Click on Find Manually 6 Search the BumbleBee folder Normally in the Program Files folder Open the folder Program Files by double clicking on it 7 Search the foldername BumbleBee and click on it so that it becomes blue and click next on OK 8 Check if there stays c program files bumblebee on the screen If it s not then you ve done something wrong Back Is it allright then click Next 9 Type target

    Original URL path: http://www.picbasic.nl/instelling_bumblebee_uk.htm (2016-02-17)
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  • Couple Wisp648 / Galva-Wisp onto PIC Basic IDE
    is from Voti more information about this programmer see www voti nl The Galva Wisp is the programmer from this website a galvanic separated Wisp628 Both Wisp programmers use the same PC software and therefore you have the choise between 3 programs Click the program from your choise Recommended for beginners BumbleBee is a program which works directly under Windows and is recommended for beginners It is a user friendly

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  • Programming a small PIC with the Galva-Wisp PIC programmer
    recommended to place always a 10Ω resistor in the Vcc line from a small PIC Smaller PIC s i e 12Fxxx and 16F630 16F676 don t have a LVP PGM pin for the white wire The white wire is simply not used Wisp628 Scheme for the Wisp628 PIC programmer from Voti The Wisp628 does not have a 1000 F and no Schottky diode onboard which the Galva Wisp already have So when you use a Wisp628 then place these two components also in the additional circuit The Schottky diode isn t a critical one i e the SB140 may also be a SB130 or equivalent Wisp648 Users with a Wisp648 from Voti have to do nothing because the above mentioned circuit is already built in this programmer The only thing they have to do is place a jumper over the two pins from jumper J1 connected or to place jumper P short to Ena Enable if it is a newer Wisp648 version with a three pin header If the used feeding can handle the power short for the Vpp before Vcc and an 7805 feeding can then jumper J1 may always be placed The Wisp648 will then try first to recognize the PIC without the power short and if recognizing not happens then it will try again wíth power short The 10Ω resistor is only connected with the 100n capacitor and the PIC itself Other components should connected the normal way directly to 5V Only when the PIC must be programmed then also the Galva Wisp PIC programmer is temporarily connected after the 10Ω resistor by placing the DIL clip over the PIC As you can see in the scheme here above all three wires from the TIP120 darlington transistor are connected with the 15 pole SUB D connector pin

    Original URL path: http://www.picbasic.nl/pic-wisp12f_uk.htm (2016-02-17)
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