Serial Voltmeter using the PIC16C71


Posted on Feb 7, 2014

Building a serial voltage meter to measure from 0 to 5 volts DC is actually pretty easy. Using MeLabs PicBasic, and Microsoft`s Visual Basic Version 5 Pro. You need Visual Basic Pro version because you will have to use Basic`s MSComm control. This control is not available in the Visual Basic 5 Learning  Edition. The PIC16C71 simplifies the task


Serial Voltmeter using the PIC16C71
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even more by having a built in A/D converter. Pins 17, 18, 1, 2 are the analog inputs AIN0, AIN1, AIN2, AIN3 respectively. Disclaimer All files are found using legitimate search engine techniques. This site does not and will not condone hacking into sites to create the links it list. We will and do assume that all links found on the search engines we use are obtained in a legal manner and the webmasters are aware of the links listed on the search engines. If you find a URL that belongs to you, and you did not realize that it was "open to the public", please use the report button to notify the blogmaster of your request to remove it or it will remove within 24 hours. This is not an invitation for webblog haters to spam with requests to remove content they feel that is objectionable and or unacceptable. Proof of URL ownership is required. NOTICE: This Blog Has Already Been Reviewed And Accepted By Blogger. com




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