Running Small motors with PIC Microcontrollers

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Running motors with PIC microcontrollers is a hands on tutorial on running all sorts of small motors with PICBasic and PIC Microcontrollers.


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Running motors with PIC microcontrollers by Harprit Singh Sandhu is a hands on tutorial and that teaches you how to run all sorts of small motors with PICBasic and PIC Microcontrollers.

In this third book Mr. Sandhu brings his unique, hands on approach and world-skills to bear on a PIC-based book aimed at running small motors of all sorts with these microcontrollers. Over 2000 lines of PicBasic code that you can use are included. This 260 page coil-bound book is laid out in a very clear manner that makes it an excellent reference or textbook. There's so much content packed into the 20 sections of this book, but here's a run-down of what's included in just the first two:

Part 1.

  • Preface
  • Introduction to the MELabs LAB X-1 Board
  • The Hardware and Software Set Up
  • Understanding the PIC 16F877A Chip
  • Software, Compilers and Editors (A comparison)
  • Controlling the Input and Output
  • Timers and Counters (The basic tutorial you need)
  • Sockets U3 to U8, (Clocks and Memory)
  • Sockets U9 and U10,  (Serial Communications)
  • Liquid Crystal Displays (A comprehensive introduction)


Part 2

  • The PIC 18F14431, an introduction (Reads encoder automatically)
  • Running motors, a preliminary discussion
  • Motor Amplifiers(What is available at low cost)
  • Running hobby, R/C servo motors
  • Running small DC motors
  • Running DC motors with quadrature encoders
  • Running bipolar stepper motors
  • Running small AC motors, Solenoids and Relays
  • Debugging

The book also comes with a CD that contains colour photographs, datasheets, programs, supplies, drawings and other cool stuff

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