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July 30, 2009

Display Text on Oscilloscope using PIC16F628A

at 2:24 pm. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


This Oscilloscope Display project uses no external components! All you need is the microcontroller and a power source. Source code is provided so you can build your own.

Via: Electronics Lab

"After programming the micro via the ICSP connector, place a jumper between the pins VDD and VPP (reset input tied to Vdd). The oscilloscope will be set for 2mS/div on X axis and 1V/div on Y axis. One full screen contains 10 characters."


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4 Responses to “Display Text on Oscilloscope using PIC16F628A”

  1. Tachikoma Says:

    This is pretty cool, but I wish the video wasn’t so blurry.

  2. vic Says:

    Apparently he uses the voltage reference module as a DAC. Pretty interesting. Changing the message will require to hack the .hex though since he isn’t publishing the source code.

  3. Text on an oscilloscope | Diy all the Way Says:

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  4. Matt Says:

    I’ve loaded the HEX file and it looks like it is the CODE segment only. You have to set the DATA and the CONFIG by hand.

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