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Description: PIC-LCD3310 is development board with a PIC18F67J50, NOKIA 3310 BW 84x48 pixels LCD, joystick, and 3 axis accelerometer. The board has a SD-MMC connector and all PIC ports available on two extension connectors. It's perfect for motion datalogging and analysis. The USB port allows for logged data to be easily transferred to PC.

Features:


  • MCU: PIC18F67J50 with 128KB Flash memory, 3904B SRAM, 10-bit 8-channel ADC module, PWM, SPI, I2C, EUSART, 2 Analog comparators and 8/16-bit Timer/Counters
  • ICSP connector for PIC-ICD2/PIC-ICD2-POCKET debugger/programmer
  • LCD NOKIA 3310 black/white 84x48 pixels
  • Two status LEDs
  • Joystick with LEFT, RIGHT, UP, DOWN and CENTER action
  • mini USB connector
  • SD/MMC card connector
  • MMA7260 accelerometer
  • Extension connectors for all PIC ports
  • +4.5?6.0V battery connector
  • PCB: FR-4, 1.5 mm (0,062''), soldermask, silkscreen component print

Dimensions: 65x65 mm (2.56 x 2.56")

Documents:

Comments 3 comments

  • I find it kind of sad that a 6 volt battery is required to supply 3.3 volts, when with just a couple of changes, the voltage dropout can be lowered to under 0.3v, and the circuit can run off of a single 3.6v Li-Ion cell. The changes are:
    1) Replace the voltage regulator VR1 (MCP1702 with 0.525v dropout), to the MCP1700 with 0.18v dropout. This saves 0.35v of drop.
    2) Short-out the diode array D1, so as to connect the battery directly to VR1. This saves 0.8v of drop.
    3) Connect the +5v USB supply to a battery charger IC such as the low-cost MCP73811T. This will float both the battery and the regulator-input to 4.2v at up to 500mA, within the USB 2 spec.
    The parts cost to do this is very low. Interestingly, even though Li-Ion is typically a more expensive battery chemistry, with this more efficient circuit and lower cell count, the battery cost is about the same! A single 14500 AA, 3.6v 800mAh Li-Ion cell is about $4. A pack of 4 AAA, 1.2v 800mAh NiMH cells is also about $4.

  • Tilt Sensor PIC_LCD3310

  • Here are some PicBasicPro examples for printing to this device. Also shown are some angle calculations from the accelerometer data.
    Walter
    http://www.picbasic.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=10820


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