'LCD driving and other things.'
I need some help on my first PIC project. It might be slightly
ambitious but what the heck!
My application calls for 2 A/D's, a keypad interface a 5 digit
(7-segment) LCD display and a pizzo for sound. It is battery driven and
battery life is an important issue.
I need some guidelines as to which PIC to choose as well as info on a
driver for the LCD.
Any help will be appreciated.
|PIC14000 has parts on chip to make a 16-bit resolution single slope A/D
I just started playing with it.
MUX (8 ext in + internal above)
Current regulator and discharge for ext slope cap
16-bit timer with capture register, controlled by
The A/D slope current regulator is temperature sensitive, so you really
have to measure against the reference voltage often and recalibrate.
There also are two 8-bit D/A and comparators. 0.15 - 0.85 V
And a stupid zener occupies one i/o pin.
The A/D noise in 16-bit measure in my application is about 8 LSB peak-peak,
and then I have done a lot to stabilaze both supply and measured voltage,
so some sort of filtering is needed if using full resolution.
Probably you will nees some external IC to extend number of I/O.
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