Other notes: Port B left open for ICD or other options. change: list p=16F8xxx #include "P16Fxxx.INC" to PIC16F877A or whatever you're using Ian Harris's great page on steppers at: If you want to know how they work. I do most of my development with Proteus Lite is only good up 1k of code, but that's quite bit. It beats breadboarding. If you really want to work with PICs you NEED an ICD2. Also an excellent ebay seller. You can get them directly from OLIMEX.com as well. The other files Tony Nixon wrote, came with PIC -n- POKE and mIcros (I bought). These are really GREAT. These are NOT part of the auction, that is, I'm NOT selling them, they're here because they're good. There's some cool stuff there too. " January 22, 2005. Tony Nixon has now quit electronics to become a flying instructor. He does not even have a PC ". Check out the "Tony Nixons projects" I use a lot of his stuff for the basis of my code. I had to learn this stuff for an F-16 cockpit simulator I'm building from scratch. I have an extensive post on a cockpit builder forum HERE for toner transfer PCB, the cheap way. If anyone has any questions, I check email often. Thanks again, Shawn Kelly. Kirkland, WA.
Internal SIP Resistor layout
Last updated: 15/12/2008
Project devleopment in Proteus / Isis
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This is the Protues KeyLock program
for the Keypad / Access (The PCB layout for Proteus) for 2x16 or 20
Parts & stuff I buy stuff from him for the kits. Good prices without the obnoxiously high S&H Check 'em out next time you need something... He's got some really cool stuff right now (Late Dec 05) ICD2 I bought one of those $29 ICD2s on ebay. Really great!! Even has a metal box housing, cables & schematics. It only uses RS232, no USB, so it's a tiny bit slower, but a whole lot cheaper. My $100 Olimex ICD2 did't even come w/ a box. LCD Need a good NEW cheap LCD?? $1.99ea. They are very nice to deal with. They ship very quickly, UPS, 4 days!!... Beth/Cathy, Take notes.... $7.00 total for one w/ S&H, so buy 3-4, S&H (Priority) is the same. They're the best type for breadboarding with. Find some long pins & plug it straight into the breadboard. Good prices & good S&H. Buying LCD's on ebay can be risky, a lot of these guys don't have a clue what they have. HD44780 don't mean nothin' If it's some oddball thing with a weird pinout or neg V contrast. See dche168yahoo Breadboards Also Jameco.com has very good quality, but it ain't cheap.
I use an old AT power supply & recommend one for your bench supply. I saw this & thought I'd post a link. Very easy conversion. PSU's (Power Supply Unit) AT PSU's are a little easier, but you may not have one handy. PC PSU's are well regulated, provide +5V, +12V, -5V, -12V. These have plenty of current for most projects, I can run my router with one I highly recommend an inline fuse/breaker. I use a 1/2Amp breaker on the +5V line, and it's all most too much. I've melted a few wires by hooking something up wrong!!
see also CadSofts - EAGLE- download area for ICD2 plans
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I need to check all the links on these pages - Dec 2008