PIC Arduino for Motor Control Projects

  • Rajkumar Sharma
  • 7121
    Views
  • moderate
  • Tested

This board created for makers, who want to use various Arduino UNO shields with PIC micro-controllers from Microchip. Board facilitates the use of any 28 PIN DIP PIC microcontroller with or without crystal. Omit Y1 , C9 and C10 in case of internal oscillator . Project can also be used to develop RS485 applications with the help of on board SN75176 IC. Two regulators provide 3.3V and 5V DC outputs. ICSP connector provided to program the PIC IC using PICKIT2/PICKIT3 programmer. On board DC jack connector and additional CN2 Header connector helps to power up the board. Input supply 7V-15V DC. This board has been tested using PIC16F886 IC. The board also supports PIC18F2331 and PIC18F2431 PICs mainly used for motor applications. Solder R9 and C8 if Motor PICs are used or left open for normal microcontrollers. Switch 1 helps to reset the board. Refer  to PCB top layout for Arduino to Microchip Pin configuration.

Note1 : Kindly mount following components to use this board for Motor PICs PIC18F2331 and PIC18F2431
Note2: Also check the SMD version of this PIC Arduino with RS485 board.

Features

  • Supply 7-15V DC
  • CN3 ICSP Connector for Programing
  • SW1 Reset Switch
  • CN4 DC Jack – DC Supply Input
  • CN2 DC Supply Input

Schematic

Parts List

Connections

 

PCB

Comments

  • I would like add rj-11 connector for ICD3, it would be possible download schematic in eagle or kicad format for modification it?
    Thanks very much

    8 months ago
    • Let me check if this is available and get back to you.

      8 months ago
    • This project is designed in OrCad 16.2. I have attached the source files to the downloads of this project. Thanks

      8 months ago
  • Thanks very much

    8 months ago

Leave a Reply

RELATED PROJECTS

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more info

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close