DM163029

3,880,541 

 Features
– PIC16F917 MCU with 8 MHz internal oscillator and on-board LCD module (in addition to other standard PIC MCU peripherals)
– Displays: 8 LEDs and LCD (pre-connected to the LCD module)
– Stepper motor and brushed DC motors
– Analog temperature sensor (Microchip TC1047A)
– Light sensor
– 32.768 kHz crystal for time generation
– Human inputs: 4 tactile switches, 2 potentiometers
– Over-current protection circuit
– ICSP™ programming capability and MPLAB® ICD 2 interface connector
– RS-232 interface
– 5V regulator
– Optical speed sensor for brushed DC motor
– 20-pin socket (compatible with all 8-, 14- and 20-pin Flash devices)
– Nine example projects with complete source code:
– • Switch debouncing and lighting an LED
– • How to read an analog sensor (temperature and light)
– • Brushed DC motor speed control
– • Speed feedback: Back EMF and optical
– • Stepper motor control: single-stepping, half-stepping and micro-stepping
– • How to use the USART for RS-232 communication
– • How to use the Capture, Compare and PWM module
– • How to use comparators
Mechatronics Kit Contents
– PICDEM Mechatronics Board populated with the PIC16F917
– Sample kit including the PIC16F690 and PIC12F509
– Microchip screwdriver
– 10 wire jumpers
– PICDEM Mechatronics CD
– • User’s Guide
– • Project Source Code
– • PIC MCU Communicator GUI (serial interface example)
– • MPLAB IDE software
Required Hardware
– One of the following:
– – MPLAB ICD 2* OR
– – PICkit™ 2 Microcontroller Programmer
– 9-12 VDC power supply**
 – Serial Cable
– * Microchip part # DV164007 includes the MPLAB ICD 2, 9V power supply and serial cable
– ** Microchip part # AC162039 recommended

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