LM35 are commonly used due to its simplicity and linearity which is 10mV per Celsius. The output of the LM35 is connected to an ADC input in a microcontroller, and the result is processed inside. In this project, we will use SK28A to demo the functionality of LM35 by using Fixed Voltage Reference
This project uses SK28A to show the RGB LED. The RGB LED is a special type of LED which can emit three coloured lights, which are the Red, Green and Blue, hence the RGB acronym. When one of these colours mixed together it will give you another new colour. By using the microcontroller’s PWM channels to drive the LED, you can control the intensity of each colour which can give you many shades of different colours.
This tutorial is about the basic interfacing between Graphic LCD (ST7920-type controller) and SKPIC32.
This article shows the simplest way to burn the Arduino’s bootloader fimware to the ATMEGA328P on arduino board.
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