Hacked Gadgets Forum

July 19, 2011

PIC 16F877 based G-Force Monitor

at 11:33 am. Filed under Computer Hacks, Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

pic-16f877-based-g-force-monitor


Igor Lovric sent in this PIC 16F877 based G-Force Monitor project which was inspired by a project over at Mikro Elektronika. The microcontroller reads in the values from the accelerometer and sends them via a serial connection to the computer. The computer is running a custom program that Igor wrote in Delphi 7. One thing that Igor notes is that the power supply that it is running on makes a huge difference on how clean the output of the device is.

“I actually took sample from Mikro Elektronika for using accelerometer board and made few changes. As you can see from code, communication protocol is very simple, it just send hi and lo byte of int that it reads from analog inputs.”


 

Learn you safely cheap online prior secure www.jag-en-ligne.com/products/priligy_generic.html . Do just out cause dapoxetina comprar result remain match pressing...


Related Posts

DIY Computer Performance Monitor PIC18F2550 based
PIC 12F683 based Temperature Monitor
Analog LED Clock
Arduino Network Uptime Monitor via Twitter
Crazy hacked Monitor looks Invisible unless you are wearing special Glasses
Atmel Atmega based Electromagnetic Floater
GSM Power Monitor and Control
Wireless IP Camera hacked to Remotely Monitor and E-Stop a CNC Machine

 


 

Leave a Reply

Internal Links:

Categories:

Search:

Google
Hacked Gadgets
Web

Site Sponsors:

Nuts and Volts Electronic Labs Trossen Robotics Free Technical Publications Blue LED

 

Recent Comments:

More RSS Feed Options

Site Sponsors:

 

Interesting Sites: