## Project 7 – Analog Sensor: Range using Infrared distance sensor

Analog distance sensor which have a function that same as the Ultrasonic sensor which is use to measure range. But for this sensor, the output value are in centimeter(cm) and also the output are only given an analog value. To get the result, an mathematics formula are required to apply into our C-code for calculation.

## Project 6 – Analog Sensor: Range using Ultrasonic Range Finder

There are many sensor to measure a range such as using Ultrasonic, Infrared and more. In here, we are going to experience how to measure a range using Maxbotic Maxsonar-EZ1 ultrasonic range finder which it will give the output value in inch.

## Project 5 – Analog Sensor: Temperature using LM35

Nowadays, there are many type of temperature sensor is come with different output form and also the temperature range such as thermocouple, thermistor, infrared, RTD. In here, we pick LM35 as our temperature sensor due to it have a linear output and also suitable for normal use like weather temperature measuring.

## Project 4 – Analog Sensor: Potentiometer & BB-PSJ

In this part, we are going to discuss about how to write the Analog to Digital Converter code which has become the most popular question among the students. We are going to use PIC16F887 with have contain of 10-bits binary result and a potential-meter to adjust the voltage different and display it in the LCD display.

## Project 2 – Hello World with Parallel LCD

For project 2, we will show you how to interface the SK40C board will parallel 16×2 LCD display. The connection are simple and the coding are easy to learn. We are going to display the “Hello World” on the LCD display by just adding a library that has been done for you.

## Project 1 – LED Blinking: LED Chaser

In project 1, you are about to experience how to program a LED chaser which can be increase the running speed by just a single button pushing. While releasing it, the running speed will slowly back to normal. In here, we are going to use total of 6 LEDs and will connected with a current limiting resistor before plug into the I/O port.

## Project 0 – My 1st PIC project, load a simple LED blink

In this project, we are going to do a simple LEDs blinking using the LEDs on SK40C. In here, we are using both of the LEDs and blink it like a police car. Besides on learning electronic parts, you will also learn about some coding in C using HI-TECH C in MPLAB.