Title Short description
Alarm with PIC microcontroller Some simple PIC based alarm.
AllPic programmer Microchip programmer in 8, 18, 28 i 40-pin packaging including eeprom series 24cXX.
Automatic coming/leaving home light Overkilled automatic hallway light - functional device built mostly for fun.
Dual Channel Inductive Loop Vehicle Detector Dual Channel Inductive Loop Detector/Sensor for detecting vehicles with PIC microcontroller.
Electronic combination lock with PIC microcontroller Electronic combination lock with PIC microcontroller and 4 access codes.
Funky PIC16F84 programmer The simplest PIC16F84(A) programmer on the planet!?
GSM call alarm GSM call alarm - module with 1 sensor.
IR light dimmer with PIC IR light dimmer compatible with most remotes found in home.
JDM programmer for PIC Great programmer for PIC microcontrollers.
Multi PIC Programmer Great ant very simple programmer.
PIC programmer v1 Pretty good PIC programmer.
Phone recorder Entire system for recording telephone conversations to .mp3, using USB audio pickup and a PC.
Phoneline controller v2 Control your appliances over PSTN phone line.
Remote RGB LED strip driver with PICBasic If you have some RGB LED strip leftover from your previous project, do not let it go to waste. Why not building a simple three channel PWM driver with IR remote control support to power it with? It is a great weekend project that anyone can build. This project is based on an old PIC16F84 we had lying around, three 1A transistors and an IR remote receiver. The firmware is written in PICBasic and is commented out so beginners could learn a thing or two about the way that device works. There are few firmwares available that decode: Nokia remote protocol, Sony and Philips.
Smart battery tester and charger Intelligent battery tester and charger of all types of rechargeable batteries.
Triac regulation Regulated power supply with triac and PIC microcontroller. Can be used as a light dimmer.
Turntable Photography Equipment Making images of various objects (products) in 360 degrees by using a DIY controllable turntable with stepper motor. Open source.


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