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Interfacing DC Motor with PIC Microcontroller – Flowcode

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DC motors are used in many industrial, commercial, and domestic applications. We have DC motors in toys, irrigation pumps, robotics, Drills and in many applications. In this article, we are going to learn how to control a DC motor with a PIC Microcontroller, rotating it in either the clockwise or anticlockwise direction using Flowcode for PIC.

Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) with PIC Microcontroller – Flowcode

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In this article we will discuss the PWM with Flowcode. Pulse width modulation (PWM) is a technique of controlling the amount of power delivered to an electronic load by switching ON and OFF a digital signal. This is the simplest technique that can be used to produce analog voltages from a digital one. The fraction of the period for which the signal is ON to the total period is known as the duty cycle. The average DC value of the signal can be varied by varying the duty cycle. The duty cycle can be anywhere between 0 (signal is always off) to 1 (signal is constantly on).

Automatic Temperature Control System using PIC Microcontroller – Flowcode

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An automatic temperature control system has the ability to monitor and control the temperature of a specified space without human intervention. This project uses a PIC microcontroller to automatically control the temperature of an area. This area could be a small plant, a house or any place or device that require a controlled temperature like an incubator (egg) for example. The desired temperature setting is entered using a keypad and stored in microcontroller EEPROM even if the there is a power off or system reset, this reference value will always be saved. The temperature of the area is measured using an analog temperature sensor. The microcontroller reads the temperature continuously and compares it with the desired value. If the desired value is higher than the measured value, then the heater is turned ON, if on the other hand the measured value is higher than the desired value, then the fan is switched ON. An LCD display shows the measured temperature continuously. The project code is built using Flowcode.