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Police Lights

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Author: Shawon Shahryiar

Version: 1.0.0.0

Last Updated: 2017-03-17

Category: Light control

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Description

This is a pair of very ammature level projects based on PIC micros. It is just more than a blinking LED. Such LED patterns are seen in ambulances, fire-trucks and police vehicles. All codes are written with CCS PIC C compiler.

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supported microcontrollers

  • PIC
  • dsPIC
  • PIC24
  • PIC32
  • AVR
  • 8051
  • ARM
  • FT90x
  • Other

supported compilers

  • mikroC
  • mikroBasic
  • mikroPascal
  • Other

supported visual tools

  • Visual TFT
  • Visual GLCD
  • Other

archive format

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Ambient 2 Click Example for Mikrobasic Pic 32

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Author: Stuart Kurtz

Version: 1.0.0.0

Last Updated: 2017-03-01

Category: Light control

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Description

Converted from the Mikroe code for ARM to run on Pic32MX795

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  • PIC
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  • PIC24
  • PIC32
  • AVR
  • 8051
  • ARM
  • FT90x
  • Other

supported compilers

  • mikroC
  • mikroBasic
  • mikroPascal
  • Other

supported visual tools

  • Visual TFT
  • Visual GLCD
  • Other

archive format

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Example

Beginners LED / RELAY Interface example with PIC for learn

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Author: Sourav Mitra

Version: 1.0.0.0

Last Updated: 2017-02-14

Category: Light control

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Description

This example will help you to do lots of project as a part of LED Blink or Relay Off On, Once you learn that ,You can use this code to in next development . 100% will work , Special thanks to Mikroc Team to make a nice compiler.

If your are a beginners developer, then this program will help you to improve day be day.

Thank you

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supported microcontrollers

  • PIC
  • dsPIC
  • PIC24
  • PIC32
  • AVR
  • 8051
  • ARM
  • FT90x
  • Other

supported compilers

  • mikroC
  • mikroBasic
  • mikroPascal
  • Other

supported visual tools

  • Visual TFT
  • Visual GLCD
  • Other

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16x9 click

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Author: MikroElektronika Team

Version: 1.0.0.0

Last Updated: 2017-01-30

Category: Light control

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Description

16x9 G click contains a green LED matrix and the IS31FL3731 audio modulated matrix LED driver. The dimension of the LED matrix is 16x9. Each LED can be controlled individually – both for on/off control and light intensity.

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supported microcontrollers

  • PIC
  • dsPIC
  • PIC24
  • PIC32
  • AVR
  • 8051
  • ARM
  • FT90x
  • Other

supported compilers

  • mikroC
  • mikroBasic
  • mikroPascal
  • Other

supported visual tools

  • Visual TFT
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archive format

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PCA9685 16-Channel 12-bit PWM Controller Demo

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Author: Shawon Shahryiar

Version: 1.0.0.0

Last Updated: 2016-12-31

Category: Light control

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Description

This is a demo of my library for PCA9685 16-Channel 12-bit PWM controller.

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supported microcontrollers

  • PIC
  • dsPIC
  • PIC24
  • PIC32
  • AVR
  • 8051
  • ARM
  • FT90x
  • Other

supported compilers

  • mikroC
  • mikroBasic
  • mikroPascal
  • Other

supported visual tools

  • Visual TFT
  • Visual GLCD
  • Other

archive format

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Example

BIG 7-SEG R click

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Author: MikroElektronika Team

Version: 1.0.0.0

Last Updated: 2016-12-29

Category: Light control

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Description

BIG 7-SEG R click is what you need if you want to add a seven-segment LED display to your project. This click features an SC10-21SRWA 7-segment display. Communication between the MCU and the SC10-21SRWA display is established via serial-IN, parallel-OUT shift register 74HC595 IC.

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  • PIC
  • dsPIC
  • PIC24
  • PIC32
  • AVR
  • 8051
  • ARM
  • FT90x
  • Other

supported compilers

  • mikroC
  • mikroBasic
  • mikroPascal
  • Other

supported visual tools

  • Visual TFT
  • Visual GLCD
  • Other

archive format

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Library

Neopixel Ring Demo

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Author: Shawon Shahryiar

Version: 1.0.0.0

Last Updated: 2016-12-28

Category: Light control

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Description

This is basically an upgrade of an older post "Driving Adafruit's Neopixel (WS2812) Strip with AVR's Hardware SPI" (http://libstock.mikroe.com/projects/view/1953/driving-adafruit-s-neopixel-ws2812-strip-with-avr-s-hardware-spi) with circular ring-based WS2812 chain.

Please note this is not an Arduino project.

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supported microcontrollers

  • PIC
  • dsPIC
  • PIC24
  • PIC32
  • AVR
  • 8051
  • ARM
  • FT90x
  • Other

supported compilers

  • mikroC
  • mikroBasic
  • mikroPascal
  • Other

supported visual tools

  • Visual TFT
  • Visual GLCD
  • Other

archive format

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Example

Signal Relay Click

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Author: MikroElektronika Team

Version: 1.0.0.0

Last Updated: 2016-12-28

Category: Light control

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Description

Signal Relay click can be used for ON/OFF control in various devices. It carries four ultra-small GV5-1 PCB relays from Omron and runs on a 5V power supply. Signal Relay click communicates with the target MCU over the following mikroBUS pins: AN, RST, CS and PWM.

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supported microcontrollers

  • PIC
  • dsPIC
  • PIC24
  • PIC32
  • AVR
  • 8051
  • ARM
  • FT90x
  • Other

supported compilers

  • mikroC
  • mikroBasic
  • mikroPascal
  • Other

supported visual tools

  • Visual TFT
  • Visual GLCD
  • Other

archive format

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Example

Flicker click

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Author: MikroElektronika Team

Version: 1.0.0.0

Last Updated: 2016-12-01

Category: Light control

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Description

FLICKER click is perfect, simple solution if you need to turn a device on and off at specific time intervals, like blinking LED commercials, alarm system lights, or any other signalling lights.
This example shows how by using the button you can start time relay and configure it's duration of on and off period.

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supported microcontrollers

  • PIC
  • dsPIC
  • PIC24
  • PIC32
  • AVR
  • 8051
  • ARM
  • FT90x
  • Other

supported compilers

  • mikroC
  • mikroBasic
  • mikroPascal
  • Other

supported visual tools

  • Visual TFT
  • Visual GLCD
  • Other

archive format

  • mpkg
  • zip
  • rar

project contains

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  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
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  • pcb
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Driving Adafruit's Neopixel (WS2812) Strip with AVR's Hardware SPI

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Author: Shawon Shahryiar

Version: 1.0.0.0

Last Updated: 2016-11-16

Category: Light control

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Description

When it comes to driving WS2812 smart RGB LEDs the most difficult task is to overcome the extremely low timed time-slotting protocol as the LEDs don't have SPI/I2C/UART interface. One smart way to overcome this issue is to use the MOSI of hardware SPI at high speed. Please note though Arduino Nano is used, this is not an Arduino-based project.

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supported microcontrollers

  • PIC
  • dsPIC
  • PIC24
  • PIC32
  • AVR
  • 8051
  • ARM
  • FT90x
  • Other

supported compilers

  • mikroC
  • mikroBasic
  • mikroPascal
  • Other

supported visual tools

  • Visual TFT
  • Visual GLCD
  • Other

archive format

  • mpkg
  • zip
  • rar

project contains

  • lib
  • src
  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc
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