Monthly Archives: August 2011

My experiment with PIC18F4550 and Graphic LCD interface using MikroC Compiler

In this post i have tested MikroC built-in Graphic LCD Library functions with the example they provide in the help section. I had to make slight changes to the code to run on my PIC18F4550 microcontroller. The original source code … Continue reading

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My experiment with PIC18F4550 and Graphic LCD interface using MikroC Compiler

In this post i have tested MikroC built-in Graphic LCD Library functions with the example they provide in the help section. I had to make slight changes to the code to run on my PIC18F4550 microcontroller. The original source code … Continue reading

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PIC18F2550 and PWM Experiment, using MikroC Pro for PIC

As the title suggest this experiment tests Microchips PIC18F2550 Microcontroller and its PWM Peripheral. The Code presented here turns on led connected at pin 13 (RC2/CCP1) of the PIC18F4550 with 0% brightness and then gradually increases the brightness upto 100% … Continue reading

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PIC18F2550 and PWM Experiment, using MikroC Pro for PIC

As the title suggest this experiment tests Microchips PIC18F2550 Microcontroller and its PWM Peripheral. The Code presented here turns on led connected at pin 13 (RC2/CCP1) of the PIC18F4550 with 0% brightness and then gradually increases the brightness upto 100% … Continue reading

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My experiement with PIC18F2550 and Character Type LCD, using MikroC Pro for PIC

This weekend i wanted to test a character type LCD library supplied with MikroC Pro for PIC. I ran the LCD code on PIC18F2550 device. I ran my PIC18F2550 Device using internal oscillator. To correctly run PIC on internal oscillator, … Continue reading

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My experiement with PIC18F2550 and Character Type LCD, using MikroC Pro for PIC

This weekend i wanted to test a character type LCD library supplied with MikroC Pro for PIC. I ran the LCD code on PIC18F2550 device. I ran my PIC18F2550 Device using internal oscillator. To correctly run PIC on internal oscillator, … Continue reading

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