John Iovine has created his next masterwork with PIC Projects for Non-Programmers. Engineers and hobbyists new to the PIC who want to create something today will find a valuable resource in this book. By working through the accessible projects in this book, readers will use a symbolic compiler that allows them to create acodea via flowcharts immediately, getting their projects up and running quickly! The ability to create applications with the PIC from day one makes this a real page turner and a highly satisfying introduction to microcontrollers for both novices and readers who need to build their skills. The Flowcode 4 software is available on a companion website free of charge. * Gets readers up and running fast with a quick review of basics and then onto ten tried-and-tested projects * No languages to learn: Simply drag and drop the icons, plug in the settings and the PIC will respond to the commands * Step by step guide to using Flowcode 4.In Figure 10.4 we are switching out the transistor controlled LED and putting a DC hobby motor in its place. In Figure 10.4 we have a reversed diode across the power connections to the motor. This is a snubber diode that dissipates the back anbsp;...
|Title||:||PIC Projects for Non-Programmers|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2011-08-24|