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September 13, 2007

Solar Powered PIC Based LCD Game

at 5:51 am. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

Pyrofer has added a solar panel to his tiny PIC based game system that uses a cell phone LCD screen for the display. Now the game can be played for hours. 🙂

“I picked up a fairly large one for $40 hk and connected it up to my pic+3310lcd project. Bam, up it comes. Im going to put in a bit of power regulation and a cap to smooth things out, but the solar panel easily generates enough power for the large PIC 18LF2520 and the Nokia 3310 LCD.”


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7 Responses to “Solar Powered PIC Based LCD Game”

  1. feki00 Says:

    This is not cool, no fun after 8o clock. Maybe it should be improved to have a wind turbine, or a hydroelectric station. lol

  2. Jleemero Says:

    Hydrogen Fuel cell perhaps even?


  3. Stephen Carboni Says:

    Solar Power FTW.

  4. Washu Says:

    What to do about playing after dark simple add a NmH battery pack from a cordless phone a switch mode regulator and led back light.

  5. Alex Says:

    How about a CFR( cold fusion reactor) just order your isotopes from Nuclear United I saw a Stirling Engine Working on one.

  6. cathey Says:

    hi please tell me the specs of your solar panels…

  7. Brian Says:

    I have question about the the size of the solar panel you used for this project. The question I have is did you have to you a solar panel so big or was this preference?.


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