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dsPIC30F5015 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided output polarity. Dead time control for Complementary mode. Manual output control. Trigger for synchronized A/D conversions Quadrature Encoder Interface Module Features: Phase A, Phase B and Index Pulse input. 16-bit up/down position counter. Count direction status. Position Measurement (x2 and x4...
dsPIC30F3010 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided output polarity. Dead time control for Complementary mode. Manual output control. Trigger for synchronized A/D conversions Quadrature Encoder Interface Module Features: Phase A, Phase B and Index Pulse input. 16-bit up/down position counter. Count direction status. Position Measurement (x2 and x4...
dsPIC30F2010 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided . Programmable output polarity. Dead time control for Complementary mode. Manual output control. Trigger for synchronized A/D conversions Quadrature Encoder Interface Module Features: Phase A, Phase B and Index Pulse input. 16-bit up/down position counter. Count direction status. Position Measurement (x2...

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  • Using PIC16C5x Microcontrollers as LCD Drivers
    This application note describes an LCD controller implementation using a PIC16C55 microcontroller. This technique offers display capabilities for applications that require a small display at a low cost, together with the capabilities of the standard PIC16C55 microcontroller. We start by an overview
  • A Simple Circuit for Driving Microcontroller Friendly PWM Generators
    . GOTO. $+1. GOTO. loop. ;infinate loop. DECF. pointer,f. ;add a pulse. DECF. pointer,f. The soft-start function is generated by ramping up the. DECF. pointer,f. number of output pulses. At start-up, a single pulse is. DECFSZ. counter,f. ;decrease delay. followed by a long delay. Next, 2 pulses
  • Designing Heat Meters Using PIC16F9XX Microcontrollers
    . The second type is where the meter has a. magnet that circulates with the flow. A Hall effect. sensor is used to detect the presence of the magnet. and outputs a digital pulse stream. Both of these. outputs can be tied to the clock input of a counter on the. microcontroller. The T0CKI input
  • Agilent: Five Hints for Debugging Microcontroller-Based Designs
    . use a PIC18F252 microcontroller. separate timer (Timer 2) associated. Converting the quadrature output. from Microchip Technology, Inc. with the pulse-width-modulation. channels to up-counts and. to convert the up-counts and. update rate of the microcontroller. down-counts can be done
  • How to Pick the Right Microcontroller Based on Low-Power Specifications
    . retention (RTC enabled and running all other peripherals disabled.). Wake time. 3.8 us. -. -. Supply voltage range. 1.8 – 3.8 V. -. -. Available wake sources. Pin, RTC, comparator,. -. -. pulse counter, LCD, low. power timer, UART,. charge pump. How code resumes execution (next line/reset). Next line
  • Switching Power Supply Design with the PIC16F785
    . DS01086A-page 2. © 2007 Microchip Technology Inc. AN1086. The phase counter internal to the analog PWM module,. the output capacitors C1 and C9. The ramping inductor. initiates the PWM pulse by setting the PHA flip-flop. current continues until the feedback from the current. This sets the PHA output, which
  • Switching Power Supply Design with the PIC16F785
    . DS01086A-page 2. © 2007 Microchip Technology Inc. AN1086. The phase counter internal to the analog PWM module,. the output capacitors C1 and C9. The ramping inductor. initiates the PWM pulse by setting the PHA flip-flop. current continues until the feedback from the current. This sets the PHA output, which
  • Brush-DC Servomotor Implementation using PIC17C756A
    This application note demonstrates the use of a PIC17C756A microcontroller (MCU) in a brush-DC servomotor application. The PIC17CXXX family of micro-controllers makes an excellent choice for cost-effective embedded servomotor control applications. Some of the benefits of the PIC17CXXX MCU family