Schematic LM35 temperature sensor

LM35 Temperature Sensor Interfacing with ATmega32 and LED Display

LM35 series is a low cost and precision Integrated Circuit Temperature Sensor whose output voltage is proportional to Centigrade temperature scale. Thus LM35 has an advantage over other temperature sensors calibrated in Kelvin as the users don’t require subtraction of large constant voltage to obtain the required Centigrade temperature. It doesn’t requires any external calibration. …

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Computer controlled marquee

Computer controlled marquee at90s2313 74hc595 using atmega

With all the details on a circuit different from that to which the shared a marquee computer control program atmel at90s2313 source software image format you have the source schema and pcb, orcad drawings. Marquee on a circuit different from that to which Marquee in 350 LEDs used micro-controller atmel at90s2313 led 7 74hc595 are apparently taking the pc …

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transformer

An Isolated Adjustable Auto transformer using microcontroller using atmega

This is a means of testing AC mains operated circuits at variable AC voltages, and it also provides isolation to allow safe measurements of that circuit. A fused isolation transformer and a variable auto transformer connected together in a grounded, fire safe box. What more could you ask? Find updates at www.projects.cappels.org Introduction I need to …

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Atto Basic

AttoBasic HOME using Atmega168 microcontroller

  This is the central location for resource for all versions of AttoBasic for Atmel AVR controllers and Adurino computers Devices directly supported include ATMEGA328, ATMEGA168, ATMEGA88M, ATMEGA32U4, ATMEGA32, ATMEGA163, ATMEGA8515, ATTINY2313, AT90S8515,  AND AT90S2313 Versions of AttoBasic run on several AVR controllers with 2K or more of Flash Overview AttoBasic is a on-chip resident …

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Blinking LED

Blinking LED using Atmega32 Microcontroller and Atmel Studio

Similar to printing ‘Hello World’ in C or C++, the very first step towards programming a microcontroller is Blinking a LED with a delay. Atmega32 is a very popular high performance 8 bit AVR Microcontroller. For this example project we need to use two registers DDR and PORT. DDR stands for Data Direction Register, it …

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